Complete Mount Kilimanjaro Summit Hiking Trek | Kili Uhuru Peak, Moshi Tanzania Africa
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Day 1 – JAN 11: Arrive Kilimanjaro airport. We will meet in the arrival area at Kilimanjaro where our
vehicle transfers us to the Keys Hotel where rooms on a dinner/bd, breakfast is arranged for you.

DAY 2 – JAN 12: Free morning to relax, stroll around and Moshi and explore a bit. Group meeting in the
afternoon.

DAY 3 – JAN 13: After breakfast, we’ll transfer to the Machame Park gate. After registering we’ll begin the
climb to our first camp, Machame Camp (10,000ft, 6-7hours).

DAY 4 – JAN 14: Today’s segment of the ascent will continue across beautiful heathland and alpine
moorland with magnificent views of Kilimanjaro Peak. We overnight at Shira Camp (12,500ft, 6-7 hours)

DAY 5 – JAN 15: As we draw nearer to the peak, we will pass the Lava Tower. The trek becomes a bit
more strenuous as the trail steepens on the approach to our overnight stop at Barranco Camp (13,000ft,
5-6 hours).

DAY 6 – JAN 16: From Barranco camp, famous for its “giant groundsels (Senecio species), you ascend the Barranco wall and hike glacial valleys to Karanga camp. Today is a relatively short day, lunch is taken
at Karanga camp. In the afternoon a walk can be taken with your guides for great views of the Southern
walls of Kibo and deep glacial valleys.

DAY 7 – JAN 17: Today is another half day ascending to Barafu camp. Once again lunch is taken in camp allowing plenty of time to relax before the summit bid. Desolate alpine desert and at times strong winds
rip over this camp and yet in the evening, splendid views of Mawenzi peak are the norm. A relatively early
dinner is taken before heading to rest for the evening.

DAY 8 – JAN 18: Most people depart just before midnight for the final summit bid. Patience and persistence is the name of the game to reach the summit and by dawn as the first rays of light start to
appear, most arrive near the rim. Ascending via Stella Point affords a relatively short final section to Uhuru
peak, the Rooftop of Africa! Your goal today is to return to Mweka camp.

DAY 9 – JAN 19: After breakfast, you descend once again through montane forest and around midday
after saying farewell to your crew, you are picked up and transfer back to the Keys Hotel for a hot shower,
dinner and a warm bed.
FINAL DAY: Either prepare for your journey home or stay and take a wildlife safari or Maasai Home-Stay
optional tour.

Nelson Dellis (https://www.axventures.com) is an expert memory
athlete, mountaineer with 3x
Everest climbs, public speaker,
a talented videographer and
founder of “Climb For Memory”
raising money Alzheimer’s
research will lead a group to
the summit of Kilimanjaro.

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About Luis Angel (http://www.LuisAngel.net):
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– Memory Master Champion on Fox
– Member of Team USA at the World Memory Championship
– 2nd Overall: Australian Memory Championship 2015
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– Coach of AE Mind Memory Team: Gold in Numbers USA Memory Championship
– Author: #1 International Bestseller, Better Memory Now (http://www.BetterMemoryBook.com) and How to Remember Names and Faces (http://www.RememberNamesBook.com)

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