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|wdt_ID||ROUTE||DAYS||1 PERSON||2 PEOPLE||3-4 PEOPLE||5+ PEOPLE|
|1||MARANGU||5||$1,450||$1,550 P/P||$ 1,520 P/P||$ 1,500 P/P|
|2||MARANGU||6||$1,800||$1,750 P/P||$ 1,710 P/P||$ 1,770 P/P|
|3||RONGAI||6||$1,800||$1,780 P/P||$ 1,740 P/P||$ 1,700 P/P|
|4||RONGAI||7||$2,050||$1.970 P/P||$ 1,930 P/P||$ 1,890 P/P|
|5||MACHAME||6||$1,800||$1,750 P/P||$ 1,710 P/P||$ 1,770 P/P|
|6||MACHAME||7||$2,050||$1,920 P/P||$ 1,880 P/P||$ 1,840 P/P|
|7||LEMOSHO||7||$2,050||$1,970 P/P||$ 1,930 P/P||$ 1,890 P/P|
|8||LEMOSHO||8||$2,300||$2,125 P/P||$ 2,125 P/P||$ 2,085 P/P|
|9||NORTHERN CIRCUIT||9||$2,550||$2,470 P/P||$ 2,430 P/P||$ 2,350 P/P|
EXTRA DAY ON THE MOUNTAIN IS $570
PLEASE NOTE: PRICES ARE IN US$ AND ARE PER PERSON (P/P)
OPTIONAL ADD-ONS (Additional Cost):
– Portable Toilet: There is not much to say about our toilets. They are essential because the public long-drop toilets on Kilimanjaro are horrendous and over-crowded. Our porters empty the holding tanks at the nearest public toilets at every camp. Please note – at Crater Camp there are no public toilets so we use the CleanWaste toilet kits to bag the waste and carry it down.
– Portable Shower: There is plenty of misunderstanding about our showers on Kilimanjaro. First of all, it is an optional service we provide so you are not forced to shower! We generally set up our showers at the halfway camp on the way to the summit and at Mweka camp after you reached the summit.
All outfitters provide bowls of warm water to their clients so they can wash after a long day of trekking. The same amount of water can be put in a sunshower instead of the bowl! This allows you to rinse your whole body with minimum water but the short splash MAKES A HUGE DIFFERENCE. You will feel refreshed and ready for your next challenge. A short shower is a really good solution to help prevent painful chafe caused by perspiration between the legs and buttocks areas.
– Gamow-bags: Available when sleeping in the Crater. If you overnight in the Crater on Kilimanjaro, simple evacuations are not always possible because you have to ascend higher in order to scale the rim before descending down to a lower elevation. If you are suffering from serious altitude-related symptoms it may be safer to stabilize you by placing you in our pressured altitude chamber for an hour or so. This will fool your body into thinking you are 2000ft or so lower in elevation and the improvement in your condition will buy precious time as we evacuate you over Stella Point and down to safety. A Gamow bag is not needed for treks that do not overnight in the Crater as immediate and fast descending is always possible and preferred.