Kilimanjaro Brothers does not use low price to attract customers, as we do not want to cut off each cost restate to poor service.
Tour operator ranking
|No frills||Mid Range||High End||Luxury|
|Stay in Budget Hotels||Use standards Hotels||Use standards Hotels||Use Luxury Hotels|
|Guide experience vary||Guide experience vary||Highly Guide experience||Highly Guide experience|
|Most not licensed||Most licensed||licensed||licensed|
|Cheap price||Price depending on the company||Price depending on the company||Price is high|
|Low quality equipment’s||Standard equipment’s||High grade equipment’s||Top Norch equipment’s|
|Food is average||Acceptable to good food||Excellent food||Excellent food|
|Crew common unpaid||Crew paid minimum||Crew paid minimum or above||Crew paid minimum or above|
|Group Joining Welcome||Group Joining Welcome||Most do not Joining||Most do not Joining|
|Departure not guarantee||Min .Pax ranging for same||Departure guarantee||Departure not guarantee|
|No extra Offers||Usually no extra Offers||Extra available Oxygen tank and portable toilet||Extra available Oxygen tank and portable toilet & Pulse oximiter|
There are so many factors to consider before you plan for a Kilimanjaro hike, Since it does not take spending a fortune for a safe, comfortable and successful climb. Do not make your decision based on price alone. Price should be only one component of your overall decision. Mt. Kilimanjaro is not the place to shop for a cheap price, nor is it the place to overpay needlessly. What you are looking for is high quality service at a reasonable price.
Some tour operators forsakes basic safety measures and hires semi-qualified (or unqualified altogether) guides and porters, who agreed to work for a pay far below the market average or end up not paying their climbing crews at all, who sign up for the expedition relying on tips only.
Embarking on a cheap trip may seem attractive financially, but in reality it jeopardizes your safety and continue to mistreat porters.
There are minimum expenses every Kilimanjaro operator faces such as Park entrance fees, camping/hut fees and Tanzanian taxes by far make up the biggest expense, costing about $140 per climber per day. The other significant expenses are staff wages, food, and transportation costs. Local wages amount to around $75-$100 per climber per day (depending on group size). Food costs come out to about $20 per climber per day (includes food for staff). Transportation costs to park gate are about $100 per trip depending on the route. There are also costs associated with wear and tear on camping equipment and administrative costs for arranging your climb. By adding up all the daily costs listed here, you can estimate what it may cost to fund a Kilimanjaro climb on your own.
We offer various climbing packages that differ in pre- and post-climb accommodation and extra services and amenities on the Mountain. However, each expedition features the same safety standards and the same professionalism of our mount Kilimanjaro climbing crews.