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At sometimes planning your first safari to East Africa, you may be confused about the choice of accommodation facilities to stay in. Should you stay in a lodge, a tented camp, or in a budget campsite? And what is the difference anyway? Safari Lodge While a guesthouse or hotel consists of one large building and...
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Diamox
What is Diamox? Diamox (alias Acetazolamide), as it is used for Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS), is a diuretic (i.e. it promotes the production of urine) and a prophylactic (i.e. is used as a preventative medicine – not a cure). It is also a carbonic anhydrase inhibitor (ahem, what?). Essentially this means that it promotes the...
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Preparing for the trek to the African continent’s highest point is a long process. Once you’ve selected a trekking company, paid the deposits, booked your flights, received all your vaccinations and trained up well enough, packing hardly seems like a big task. While your trekking company will send you an extensive list of what to...
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We provide porters to carry your day pack for an appropriate acclimatization during predawn struggle attempt to the Uhuru summit peak at 5640 meters (18,500 feet), for increasing summit success to avoid your physical depletion.
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We provide pulse oximeters or PulseOx to our guides. What is a pulse oximeter? A pulse oximeter is a noninvasive method for monitoring a person’s oxygen saturation (SO2) by using beams of light that shine into small blood vessels and capillaries in your finger. The sensor reflects the amount of oxygen in the blood. This...
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Kilimanjaro National Park Fees
Each climber on Mt. Kilimanjaro is required to pay park fees, which constitutes conservation, camping, rescue and crew fees. On Lemosho and Rongai routes special forest fees are also applicable. It is another key element of Mt Kilimanjaro climbing cost. Be aware that some unethical tour operators deliberately provide misleading information regarding park fees. Never...
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Non alcoholic champagne on Kilimanjaro summit to toast your success on reaching the Roof of Africa, popping open bottle of champagne as a celebratory drink at the summit. As the sun rises over the plains far below.
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Communication on Kilimanjaro climbs
Throughout our Kilimanjaro climbs there is 24 hour contact with the head office. We use portable handheld VHF radio system on the mountain for easy communication on Kilimanjaro climbs between head and assistant guides at the back and front of the group, and the camp manager. Each night, our team meets for a daily De-brief...
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Kilimanjaro Private Toilet Tents
Hygiene and health on Kilimanjaro So we all need a wee and a poo, but strangely it’s a topic that’s never really gets mentioned in day to day life. However on Kilimanjaro, and in fact any mountain, there’s this amazing shift in hot topics of conversation which more often than not include a person’s daily...
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ALTOX Personal Oxygen System
On Kilimanjaro climbing it is likely that more than 75% of climbers will experience at least some form of mild altitude sickness. This is caused by a failure of the body to adapt quickly enough to the reduced level of oxygen in the air at the increased altitude. This type of sickness is known as...
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