Tanzania: Climb Kilimanjaro, Camping Safari



This is one of the BootsnAll Travel Network’s small group adventures planned for 2007. If you want to meet other cool adventure travelers, get to explore some of the best of Africa – while climbing Kilimanjaro, and going on a wildlife safari – we want you on this trip!

Tanzania Trip Overview:
This is a classic seven-day climb up Africa’s highest mountain, Mt. Kilimanjaro, organized by Africa expert Donovan Pacholl, who used to live on Mount Kilimanjaro and has planned hundreds of expeditions around Tanzania. This climb will follow the Machame route, with time for acclimatization, and a slow gradual ascent. Afterwards, we will have a mind-blowing safari adventure into the Great Rift Valley, home to the Serengeti National Park, Ngorongoro Crater and Tarangire National Park. This will be a true wildlife safari – looking for lions, elephants, giraffes, wart hogs, hippos, dik dik – with expert safari guides in Land Rovers.

You can choose to just go on safari or just climb Kilimanjaro. It’s up to you!

Costs: Climb Kilimanjaro – $2295 /5 Day Camping Safari – $1325
The first three people that sign up for both the climb and the safari will receive $200 off.
Dates: The climb begins August 26, ends Sept 1. Safari begins Sept 2, ends Sept 6
Number of spaces: 15
Note: You can make three separate payments for this trip. Final payment due 60 days prior to the trip on June 26. Deposit is $500
Itinerary: These are general outlines of the itinerary: Kilimanjaro Machame Route and Tanzania Camping Safari


Comments


Ramon Arras
March 13, 2007
 
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This is my first time on the site. Do the rates for adventure travel include airfare?

How do you coordinate travel for folks from different cities of origin?

Im interested and just want to know more about the logistics.

Corner
October 28, 2007
 
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I just got back from Tanzania i use Adventureland safaris i recommend them to any one going to Tanzania for Kilimanjaro Climbing or Safari to Ngorongoro Serengeti they are very professional and they are price is reasonable http://www.adventurelandsafari.com

Allen

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