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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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he food depends on what kind of hotels and lodges you stay in, it can either be a 4 star  or a 3 star quality. There are various lodges or tented camps that provide best food or meals. We try to find the lodge with the best food in each category, budget or moderate, normally...
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Climb mt Kilimanjaro
Most of people have been asked how many days it takes to climb mt Kilimanjaro. The answer to climb mt Kilimanjaro take five to eleven days depend on the route you’re taking to climbing the summit of mt Kilimanjaro. Below is the summary of Kilimanjaro routes with route description and number of days recommended. Summary...
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