Lemosho Route

6 – 7 Days Climb

 

 

Offering captivating scenic vistas, pristine wildlife, excellent acclimatization opportunities and the lowest traffic of other climbers, Lemosho is our most recommended route to reach the roof of Africa. 6,7, and 8-day programs are available.

8 – Day Tour (6 days of trekking)

Day 1 - Arrival

Upon your arrival at Kilimanjaro Airport, you will be met by our representative and taken to your lodge, situtaed
on the foothills of Mount Kilimanajaro The rest of the day will be at leisure In the evening, you will be met by
your mountain guide for a briefing in preparation for your upcoming trek.
Dinner and overnight at Aishi Machame Hotel

Meals: Dinner

Day 2 - High-Altitude Drop Off Destination And Trekking To Shira 2 Camp

Change in Elevation: Lemosho Glades (3,500 m) — Shira 2 Camp (3,900 m)
Hiking distance: 11 km
Hiking time: 5–6 hours
Meals: Breakfast, lunch and dinner

After an early breakfast this morning, you will be met by your mountain guide for another short briefing,
after which you will travel by vehicle (roughly 3–4 hours) to Kilimanjaro National Park's western entrance:
Londorossi Gate (2,200 m). After the quick formality of acquiring climbing permits and registering with the
search and rescue service, you will continue upwards towards the drop off point by off-road vehicles
(reaching 3,500 meters). Here you can see stunning views of the Shira Plateau for the first time.
The route from your drop off point to your first high-altitude camp Shira 2 features a moderate gain in
altitude and is not too physically challenging. Due to this, you will be able to properly begin the process of
acclimatization. By the time you reach the camp, our professional mountain crew all have all your tents up
and food all ready for you
This will be your first day at this altitude, so it is strongly recommended you heed the following
instructions from this point on:
Abstain from consuming alcohol and caffeine
Drink over 4 liters of bottled water daily (little by little, frequently)
Take a Diamox pill to help alleviate symptoms of altitude sickness. Most mountain climbers take Diamox
in the morning, before they start their ascent, in order to reduce discomfort associated with altitude
sickness. We recommend you consult your doctor prior to the trip in case of potential allergies.
At night you may experience discomfort associated with acclimatization to the high altitude: because of a
reduction in your waking breathing pattern, your body gets less oxygen than during the day. Taking altitude
into account, you may therefore start feeling sick and have a headache. Pay attention to your own body and
tell your guide if you start feeling any symptoms of altitude sickness.

Day 3 - Trekking From Shira 2 Camp To The Lava Tower and Descent To Barranco Camp

Change in Elevation: Shira 2 Camp (3,900 m) — Lava Tower (4,630 m) — Barranco Camp (3,960 m)
Hiking distance: 12 km
Hiking time: 6–8 hours
Meals: Breakfast, lunch and dinner

Today, after breakfast you will leave Shira 2 Camp (3,900 m) and start your way to the key point of the route:
Lava Tower (4,630 m). This section of the route has a lot of ascents and descents that end in a camp at over
4,600 meters. It might be difficult, and you may feel some discomfort, but in order to successfully acclimate
to the altitude you have to spend at least 1–2 hours here, so this is where lunch will be.
Then you will descend to Barranco Camp (3,960 m). Here you can see the famous Barranco Wall, impressive
in both its massive size and steepness! Next day you will be climbing it, but don't worry: it features a very
simple hiking trail.
Note:
If one or more participants feel sick, the group may refrain from passing the Lava Tower and adjust the route,
following instead the road for porters. In this case you will not reach an altitude of 4,630 meters, getting up
only to a maximum of 4,400 meters.

Day 4 - Trekking from Barranco Camp to Karanga Camp

Change in Elevation: Barranco Camp (3,960 m) — Karanga Camp (4,035 m)
Hiking distance: 5 km
Hiking time: 4–5 hours
Meals: Breakfast, lunch and dinner

Today will be an early start, breakfast and the start of summiting Barranco Wall (we recommend you leave
the camp as early as possible to avoid crowds of the other groups). Hiking up the gorge wall is not difficult
and only takes around an hour. After the climb you can have a rest and take photos in front of the Kibo
volcano.
Then you start a more difficult hike to Karanga Camp, which features numerous ascents and descents during
the route, but don't worry: our guides are experts at choosing an optimal pace for the group. After reaching
the camp you will be offered warm lunch. After a couple of hours you will have to complete an
acclimatization hike in the direction of Barafu Camp with a 300-meter gain in altitude, and then descent back
down to the camp.
Note:
The acclimatization hike is an easy trek with a slight gain in altitude done in order to speed up the
acclimatization process. You should take the acclimatization hikes very seriously. They help increase your
chances of successfully summiting Kilimanjaro and save you from the consequences of altitude sickness.

Acclimatization hike:
Change in Elevation: Karanga Camp (4,035 m) — Destination point en route to Barafu Camp (4,270 m)
Hiking distance: 2.5 km
Hiking time: 1–2 hours
Meals: Breakfast, lunch and dinner

Day 5 - Trekking from Karanga Camp to Barafu Camp

Change in Elevation: Karanga Camp (4,035 m) — Barafu Camp (4,640 m)
Hiking distance: 6 km
Hiking time: 4–5 hours

Today after breakfast you begin your way to Barafu Summit Camp (4,640 m), the starting point for a night
summiting Uhuru Peak (5,895 m). Our team will set up a camp for you ahead of time, including tents and
sleeping bags, so you can relax. After regaining strength, you have to complete an acclimatization hike
towards the intermediate Kosovo Summit Camp (4,800 m) and then back to Barafu Camp, where you will be
served a hot dinner. It is better to spend the remainder of the day resting and sleeping before night
summiting.

Acclimatization hike:
Change in Elevation: Barafu Camp (4,640 m) — Kosovo Camp (4,800 m)
Hiking distance: 2 km
Hiking time: 1–2 hours

Day 6 - Ascent to Uhuru Peak and Descent to Millennium Camp

Change in Elevation: Barafu Camp (4,640 m) — Uhuru Peak (5,895 m) — Millennium Camp (3,820 m)
Hiking distance: 15 km
Hiking time: 8–12 hours
Meals: Breakfast, lunch and dinner

Departure from Barafu Camp (4,640 m) at night and the start of summiting Kilimanjaro: Uhuru Peak (5,895
m). Technically the climb is relatively simple; however, the most challenging part is the high altitude. Each
pair of climbers will get a personal guide for the entire ascent to monitor your physical and mental
conditions. After your successful ascent to Uhuru Peak, you can descend to the nearest glacier if desired.
Then you will return to Barafu Camp and after a 2-hour rest continue your descent to Millennium Camp
(3,820 m).

Note:
Don't forget that 90% of all accidents occur during the descent, including all broken arms and legs. Please pay
attention to your feet, as there is a high risk of damaging your toenails.

Day - 7 Descent from Millennium Camp to Mweka Gate

Change in Elevation: Millennium Camp (3,820 m) — Mweka Gate (1,650 m)
Hiking distance: 12 km
Hiking time: 4–5 hours
Meals: Breakfast, lunch and dinner

The camp is situated in a tropical rainforest. When you wake up, you will feel a relief from the reduction of
the height and the satisfaction of reaching the summit. The final leg of your amazing adventure begins after
breakfast with a traditional farewell ceremony from the mountain crew. Then a gentle 2 to 3 hours’ descent
through the rainforest continues to Mweka Gate, where your driver will be waiting for you and will take you
back to the lodge and after a warm shower, the rest of the day is free to rest or to celebrate your
achievement.

Day 8 - Departure

Today you will be transferred to the airport for your departure flight

Note:
Hotel check-out is at 11:00 AM. In case you need a late check-out because of an evening flight, there is the
option to extend your hotel stay for an extra fee.

9 – Day Tour (7 days of trekking)

Day 1 - Arrival

Upon your arrival at Kilimanjaro Airport, you will be met by our representative and taken to your lodge, situtaed
on the foothills of Mount Kilimanajaro The rest of the day will be at leisure In the evening, you will be met by
your mountain guide for a briefing in preparation for your upcoming trek.
Dinner and overnight at Aishi Machame Hotel
Meals: Dinner

Day 2 - High-Altitude Drop Off Destination And Trekking To Shira 1 Camp

Change in Elevation: Lemosho Glades (3,500 m) — Shira 1 Camp (3,505 m)
Hiking distance: 5 km
Hiking time: 1–2 hours
Meals: Breakfast, lunch and dinner

After an early breakfast this morning, you will be met by your mountain guide for another short briefing,
after which you will travel by vehicle (roughly 3–4 hours) to Kilimanjaro National Park's western entrance:
Londorossi Gate (2,200 m). After the quick formality of acquiring climbing permits and registering with the
search and rescue service, the group continues upwards towards their drop off point by off-road vehicles
(reaching 3,500 meters). Here you can see stunning views of the Shira Plateau for the first time.
The route from your drop off point to your first high-altitude camp Shira 1 features a small gain in altitude
and is not too physically challenging. Due to this, you will be able to properly begin the process of
acclimatization. By the time you reach the camp, our professional mountain crew will prepare everything
necessary, put tents and cook dinner for you.
This will be your first day at this altitude, so it is strongly recommended you heed the following
instructions from this point on:
Abstain from consuming alcohol and caffeine
Drink over 4 liters of bottled water daily (little by little, frequently)
Take a Diamox pill to help alleviate symptoms of altitude sickness. Most mountain climbers take Diamox
in the morning, before they start their ascent, in order to reduce discomfort associated with altitude
sickness. We recommend you consult your doctor prior to the trip in case of potential allergies.
At night you may experience discomfort associated with acclimatization to the high altitude: because of a
reduction in your waking breathing pattern, your body gets less oxygen than during the day. Taking altitude into account, you may therefore start feeling sick and have a headache. Pay attention to your own body and
tell your guide if you start feeling any symptoms of altitude sickness.

Day 3 - Trekking From Shira 1 Camp to Shira 2 Camp

Change in Elevation: Shira 1 Camp (3,505 m) — Shira 2 Camp (3,900 m)
Hiking distance: 7 km
Hiking time: 3–4 hours
Meals: Breakfast, lunch and dinner

Departing from Shira 1 Camp (3,505 m) and a light trekking towards the second high altitude camp: Shira 2
Camp (3,900 m). This trek is not difficult and you will be able to enjoy spectacular views of Africa and the unique
flora of Kilimanjaro and the surrounding area. Shira 2 Camp is the best place on the trip to see Mount Meru (the
fifth summit of Africa), weather permitting.
When you arrive to camp you will have lunch, and after a two-hour rest everyone will complete an
acclimatization hike towards Lava Tower Camp that features a 200-meter gain in altitude.
Note:
The acclimatization hike is an easy trek with a slight gain in altitude done in order to speed up the
acclimatization process. You should take the acclimatization hikes very seriously. They help increase your
chances of successfully summiting Kilimanjaro and save you from the consequences of altitude sickness.

Acclimatization hike:
Change in Elevation: Shira 2 Camp (3,900 m) — Destination point en route to Lava Tower (4,110 m)
Hiking distance: 2 km
Hiking time: 1–2 hours

Day 4 - Trekking From Shira 2 Camp To The Lava Tower and Descent To Barranco Camp

Change in Elevation: Shira 2 Camp (3,900 m) — Lava Tower (4,630 m) — Barranco Camp (3,960 m)
Hiking distance: 12 km
Hiking time: 6–8 hours
Meals: Breakfast, lunch and dinner

After breakfast you will leave Shira 2 Camp (3,900 m) and start your way to the key point of the route: Lava
Tower (4,630 m). This section of the route has a lot of ascents and descents that end in a camp at over 4,600
meters. It might be difficult, and you may feel some discomfort, but in order to successfully acclimate to the
altitude you have to spend at least 1–2 hours here, so this is where lunch will be.
Then you will descend to Barranco Camp (3,960 m). Here you can see the famous Barranco Wall, impressive
in both its massive size and steepness! Next day you will be climbing it, but don't worry: it features a very
simple hiking trail.

Note:

If one or more participants feel sick, the group may refrain from passing the Lava Tower and adjust the route,
following instead the road for porters. In this case you will not reach an altitude of 4,630 meters, getting up
only to a maximum of 4,400 meters.

Day 5 - Trekking From Barranco Camp To Karanga Camp

Change in Elevation: Barranco Camp (3,960 m) — Karanga Camp (4,035 m)
Hiking distance: 5 km
Hiking time: 4–5 hours
Meals: Breakfast, lunch and dinner

Early wakeup, breakfast and the start of summiting Barranco Wall (we recommend you leave the camp as
early as possible to avoid crowds of the other groups). Hiking up the gorge wall is not difficult and only takes
around an hour. After the climb you can have a rest and take photos in front of the Kibo volcano.
Then you start a more difficult hike to Karanga Camp, which features numerous ascents and descents during
the route, but don't worry: our guides are experts at choosing an optimal pace for the group. After reaching
the camp you will be offered warm lunch. After a couple of hours you will have to complete an
acclimatization hike in the direction of Barafu Camp with a 200-meter gain in altitude, and then descent back
down to the camp.

Acclimatization hike:
Change in Elevation: Karanga Camp (4,035 m) — Destination point en route to Barafu Camp (4,270 m)
Hiking distance: 2.5 km
Hiking time: 1–2 hours

Day 6 - Trekking From Karanga Camp To Barafu Camp

Change in Elevation: Karanga Camp (4,035 m) — Barafu Camp (4,640 m)
Hiking distance: 6 km
Hiking time: 4–5 hours
Meals: Breakfast, lunch and dinner

In the morning after breakfast you begin your way to Barafu Summit Camp (4,640 m), the starting point for a
night summiting Uhuru Peak (5,895 m). Our team will set up a camp for you ahead of time, including tents
and sleeping bags, so you can relax. After regaining strength, you have to complete an acclimatization hike
towards the intermediate Kosovo Summit Camp (4,800 m) and then back to Barafu Camp, where you will be
served a hot dinner. It is better to spend the remainder of the day resting and sleeping before night
summiting.

Acclimatization hike:

Change in Elevation: Barafu Camp (4,640 m) — Kosovo Camp (4,800 m)
Hiking distance: 2 km
Hiking time: 1–2 hours
Meals: Breakfast, lunch and dinner

Day 7 - Ascent To Uhuru Peak And Descent To Millennium Camp

Change in Elevation: Barafu Camp (4,640 m) — Uhuru Peak (5,895 m) — Millennium Camp (3,820 m)
Hiking distance: 15 km
Hiking time: 8–12 hours
Meals: Breakfast, lunch and dinner

Departure from Barafu Camp (4,640 m) at night and the start of summiting Kilimanjaro: Uhuru Peak (5,895
m). Technically the climb is relatively simple; however, the most challenging part is the high altitude. Each
pair of climbers will get a personal guide for the entire ascent to monitor your physical and mental
conditions. After your successful ascent to Uhuru Peak, you can descend to the nearest glacier if desired.
Then you will return to Barafu Camp and after a 2-hour rest continue your descent to Millennium Camp
(3,820 m).

Note:
Don’t forget that 90% of all accidents occur during the descent, including all broken arms and legs. Please pay
attention to your feet, as there is a high risk of damaging your toenails.

Day 8 - Descent From Millennium Camp To Mweka Gate

Change in Elevation: Millennium Camp (3,820 m) — Mweka Gate (1,650 m)
Hiking distance: 12 km
Hiking time: 4–5 hours
Meals: Breakfast, lunch and dinner

The camp is situated in a tropical rainforest. When you wake up, you will feel a relief from the reduction of
the height and the satisfaction of reaching the summit. The final leg of your amazing adventure begins after
breakfast with a traditional farewell ceremony from the mountain crew. Then a gentle 2 to 3 hours’ descent
through the rainforest continues to Mweka Gate, where your driver will be waiting for you and will take you
back to the lodge and after a warm shower, the rest of the day is free to rest or to celebrate your
achievement.

Day 9 - Departure

Rest in the hotel and transfer to the airport.

Note:
Hotel check-out is at 11:00 AM. In case you need a late check-out because of an evening flight, there is the
option to extend your hotel stay for an extra fee.

10 – Day Tour (8 days of trekking)

Day 1 - Arrival

Arrival at Kilimanjaro International Airport (JRO), where you will be met by our representative , and transfer to the hotel. The hotel will provide all the essentials for a comfortable stay: cozy rooms, hot water,
polite staff, a swimming pool, and Internet access. In the evening, there will be a briefing with our managers, who will also make sure you are ready to begin the climb.

Meals: Dinner

Day 2 - Trekking From Londorossi Gate to Mti Mkubwa Camp

Change in Elevation: Londorossi Gate (2,200 m) — Mti Mkubwa Camp (2,780 m)

Hiking distance: 6 km

Hiking time: 3-4 hours

Meals: Breakfast, lunch and dinner

A guide and a mountain support crew will arrive at the hotel in the morning in order to meet you and hold another briefing, after which you will travel by vehicle (roughly 3-4 hours) to Kilimanjaro National Park’s western entrance: Londorossi Gate (2,200 m). After the quick formality of acquiring climbing permits and registering with the search and rescue service, the group will start trekking towards the first camp of the route: Mti Mkubwa Camp (2,780 m). Raincoats are necessary on this day in particular, as you will be walking through rainforest. By the time you reach the camp, our professional mountain crew will prepare everything necessary, put tents and cook lunch for you. After lunch the group will depart on an acclimatization hike towards Shira 1 Camp that features a 300 meter gain in altitude, after which you will hike back down to Mti Mkubwa Camp, where a hot dinner will be waiting.

Note:

The acclimatization hike is an easy trek with a slight gain in altitude done in order to speed up the acclimatization process. You should take the acclimatization hikes very seriously. They help increase your chances of successfully summiting Kilimanjaro and save you from the consequences of altitude sickness.

This will be your first day at this altitude, so it is strongly recommended you heed the following instructions from this point on:

∙Abstain from consuming alcohol and caffeine

∙Drink over 4 liters of bottled water daily (little by little, frequently)

∙Take a Diamox pill to help alleviate symptoms of altitude sickness. Most mountain climbers take Diamox in the morning, before they start their ascent, in order to reduce discomfort associated with altitude sickness. We recommend you consult your doctor prior to the trip in case of potential allergies.

At night you may experience discomfort associated with acclimatization to the high altitude: because of a reduction in your waking breathing pattern, your body gets less oxygen than during the day. Taking altitude into account, you may therefore start feeling sick and have a headache. Pay attention to your own body and tell your guide if you start feeling any symptoms of altitude sickness.

Acclimatization hike:

Change in Elevation: Mti Mkubwa Camp (2,780 m) — Destination point en route to Shira 1 Camp (3,095 m)

Hiking distance: 2 km

Hiking time: 1 hour

Meals: Breakfast, lunch and dinner

Day 3 - Trekking From Mti Mkubwa Camp to Shira 1 Camp

Change in Elevation: Mti Mkubwa Camp (2,780 m) — Shira 1 Camp (3,505 m)

Hiking distance: 5 km

Hiking time: 5-6 hours

Meals: Breakfast, lunch and dinner

 

Early wakeup, breakfast, and a gradual trek upwards until 3,500 meters; at that point for the first time you will be able to see stunning views of Shira Plateau and Kibo Volcano.

On the whole, the passage from Mti Mkubwa Camp to the second high-altitude Shira 1 Camp (3,505 m) is rather easy and takes about 5-6 hours. This will allow you to start the acclimatization process gradually, which is a mainstay of good trekking. When you reach the camp, your team of specialists will cook you lunch and you will have the chance to rest in your tent or walk around the nearby area.

Day 4 - Trekking From Shira 1 Camp to Shira 2 Camp

Change in Elevation: Shira 1 Camp (3,505 m) — Shira 2 Camp (3,900 m)

Hiking distance: 7 km

Hiking time: 3-4 hours

Meals: Breakfast, lunch and dinner

Departing from Shira 1 Camp (3,505 m) and a light trekking towards the second high altitude camp: Shira 2 Camp (3,900 m). This trek is not difficult and you will be able to enjoy spectacular views of Africa and the unique flora of Kilimanjaro and the surrounding area. Shira 2 Camp is the best place on the trip to see Mount Meru (the fifth summit of Africa), weather permitting.

When you arrive to camp you will have lunch, and after a two-hour rest everyone will complete an acclimatization hike towards Lava Tower Camp that features a 300 meter gain in altitude.

Acclimatization hike:

Change in Elevation: Shira 2 Camp (3,900 m) — Destination point on the way to Lava Tower (4,270 m)

Hiking distance: 2 km

Hiking time: 1–2 hours

Day 5 - Trekking From Shira 2 Camp to The Lava Tower and Descent to Barranco Camp

Change in Elevation: Shira 2 Camp (3,900 m) — Lava Tower (4,630 m) — Barranco Camp (3,960 m)

Hiking distance: 12 km

Hiking time: 6-8 hours

Meals: Breakfast, lunch and dinner

After breakfast you will leave Shira 2 Camp (3,900 m) and start your way to the key point of the route: Lava Tower (4,630 m). This section of the route has a lot of ascents and descents that end in a camp at over 4,600 meters. It might be difficult, and you may feel some discomfort, but in order to successfully acclimate to the altitude you have to spend at least 1–2 hours here, so this is where lunch will be.

Then you will descend to Barranco Camp (3,960 m). Here you can see the famous Barranco Wall, impressive in both its massive size and steepness! Next day you will be climbing it, but don’t worry: it features a very simple hiking trail.

Note:

If one or more participants feel sick, the group may refrain from passing the Lava Tower and adjust the route, following instead the road for porters. In this case you will not reach an altitude of 4,630 meters, getting up only to a maximum of 4,400 meters.

Day 6 - Trekking From Barranco Camp to Karanga Camp

Change in Elevation: Barranco Camp (3,960 m) — Karanga Camp (4,035 m)

Hiking distance: 5 km

Hiking time: 4-5 hours

Meals: Breakfast, lunch and dinner

Early wakeup, breakfast and the start of summiting Barranco Wall (we recommend you leave the camp as early as possible to avoid crowds of the other groups). Hiking up the gorge wall is not difficult and only takes around an hour. After the climb you can have a rest and take photos in front of the Kibo volcano.

Then you start a more difficult hike to Karanga Camp, which features numerous ascents and descents during the route, but don’t worry: our guides are experts at choosing an optimal pace for the group. After reaching the camp you will be offered warm lunch. After a couple of hours, you will have to complete an acclimatization hike in the direction of Barafu Camp with a 200-meter gain in altitude, and then descent back down to the camp.

Acclimatization hike:

Change in Elevation: Karanga Camp (4,035 m) — Destination point en route to Barafu Camp (4,270 m)

Hiking distance: 2.5 km

Hiking time: 1-2 hours

Day 7 - Trekking From Karanga Camp to Barafu Camp

Change in Elevation: Karanga Camp (4,035 m) — Barafu Camp (4,640 m)

Hiking distance: 6 km

Hiking time: 4-5 hourS

Meals: Breakfast, lunch and dinner

In the morning after breakfast you begin your way to Barafu Summit Camp (4,640 m), the starting point for a night summiting Uhuru Peak (5,895 m). Our team will set up a camp for you ahead of time, including tents and sleeping bags, so you can relax. After regaining strength, you have to complete an acclimatization hike towards the intermediate Kosovo Summit Camp

(4,800 m) and then back to Barafu Camp, where you will be served a hot dinner. It is better to spend the remainder of the day resting and sleeping before night summiting.

Acclimatization hike:

Change in Elevation: Barafu Camp (4,640 m) — Kosovo Camp (4,800 m)

Hiking distance: 2 km

Hiking time: 1-2 hours

Day 8 - Ascent to Uhuru Peak and Descent to Millennium Camp

Change in Elevation: Barafu Camp (4,640 m) — Uhuru Peak (5,895 m) — Millennium Camp (3,820 m)

Hiking distance: 15 km

Hiking time: 8-12 hours

Meals: Breakfast, lunch and dinner

Departure from Barafu Camp (4,640 m) at night and the start of summiting Kilimanjaro: Uhuru Peak (5,895 m). Technically the climb is relatively simple; however, the most challenging part is the high altitude. Each pair of climbers will get a personal guide for the entire ascent to monitor your physical and mental conditions. After your successful ascent to Uhuru Peak, you can descend to the nearest glacier if desired. Then you will return to Barafu Camp and after a 2-hour rest continue your descent to Millennium Camp (3,820 m).

Note:

Don’t forget that 90% of all accidents occur during the descent, including all broken arms and legs. Please pay attention to your feet, as there is a high risk of damaging your toenails.

Day 9 - Descent From Millennium Camp to Mweka Gate

Change in Elevation: Millennium Camp (3,820 m) — Mweka Gate (1,640 m)

Hiking distance: 12 km

Hiking time: 4-5 hours

Meals: Breakfast, lunch and dinner

The camp is situated in a tropical rainforest. When you wake up, you will feel relief from the reduction of the height and the satisfaction of reaching the summit. After a warm breakfast, you will head for the park’s exit: Mweka Gate (1,640 m). After your descent the whole group will gather to congratulate you, followed by offering you a chance to share your opinions on the climb in the guestbook. Lastly, we will present you with your commemorative certificates in our office and provide you a transfer back to the hotel.

Day 10 - Departure

Rest in the hotel and transfer to the airport.

Note:

Hotel check-out is at 11:00 AM. In case you need a late check-out because of an evening flight, there is the option to extend your hotel stay for an extra fee.

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