Mount Kilimanjaro Lemosho Route
Trip at a Glance
Adventure, Hiking Trekking
£1,899 GBP per person
Departure Day(s) and Time(s)
March 20th - September 18th, 2016
National Park fees, transport, camping fees, tents, all meals
You will be two nights in a hotel in the foothills of the mountain; all other nights you will be camping on the mountain
- Summit the highest peak in Africa and the highest freestanding mountain in the world.
- Get to know a developing country, learn new skills, exchange ideas, learn to live and work in sub-saharan Africa.
- Have the option to climb with our head of expeditions SAS-trained global expedition leader Daniel Bouskila.
- Have the option to climb Kili with our Head of Expeditions SAS-trained global expedition leader and accomplished explorer, Daniel Bouskila
There are things we do when we travel because a guidebook tells us we must or a local tells us is a rite of passage. But climbing Kilimanjaro you do for yourself and that feeling you get when you reach the summit. By climbing Kilimanjaro, you will also be trekking for the people at the foothills of the mountain, by donating to our local literacy project.
Every year, thousands of people climb Kilimanjaro for charity, raising funds for overseas charities. Thousands of malnourished children and marginalized families in Tanzania witness this on a daily basis yet they rarely reap the benefits of these charity climbs. Not only will you summit one of the world’s most iconic mountains by the less-known, and less busy, Lemosho Route, but you will get the chance to support a local literacy project at the foothills of the mountain where few young people can read or write. By channelling the funds you raise towards these immediate communities, we intend to reinvent these rural schools, turning them into desirable and successful places. When you climb Mount Kilimanjaro you will be raising funds for the people of the mountain.
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