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14 Days Mount Kilimanjaro Climb, 7 Days Kili Trek Combined 6 Days Tanzanian Safari, Climbing Kilimanjaro & Serengeti Safari

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Day 1: Moshi - Machame Gate To Machame Camp
The breakfast will be served as from 0630am to 0800am, then you will be picked up from the Hotel as at 0900am after everything is set and organized by our Guide and Senior Cook. The Fresh food and fruits will be packed as its our norm to serve every day with fresh food while in the mountain as well as fresh fruits. After the pick up you will proceed to Machame area which is an agricultural area, you will transverse the Machame Village and then to the  Machame Park Gate, The drive is steep every Km and the road is tarmacked all the way to the Gate and it normally takes 40-50min to get to the Machame Gate. On arrival you will go through the registration with the park authority as the crews weigh the bags and food as the normal weight for each bag should not exceed 20kg for the porters, this process normally takes like at least 45min depending with the number of people. The Kilimanjaro trek the World Heritage Site begins at the end of the tarmac road, walking for about 6 hrs, gradually ascending through the cloud forests of Kilimanjaro, you will be served with lunch at the lunch point which is the half way to the Camp, after lunch proceed on via the giant heather forested hills and then arrive in at Machame Camp (2850 m) at around 1700hrs. Upon arrival you will be welcomed in your tent which will have been mounted up by our crews who had arrived ahead of you to make sure everything runs as per the program, followed will be a cup of hot Coffee or soup as you await the dinner to be served in the Dinning mess Tent. The weather might be cold and guests are advise to keep warm as well as hot water bottle will be provided as you go to sleep to make your feet warm.

Day 2: Machame Hut to Shira Camp
This being our second day inside the mountain and your bodies adjusting to the weather the Wake up call will be at 07:00am, you will be provided with hot water in a basin and there after have the breakfast, then trekkers ascend an enjoyable ridge, lunch will be served in one of the lunch point which is about halfway to shira Camp, after lunch traverse along a stream gorge and finally emerge on the Shira plateau volcanic moorland (3840m). Total trekking time for this day is approximately 6 hrs. Dinner and overnight in Shira Camp

Day 3: Shira Camp to Barranco Camp
This will be a long day, our cook will have offered you with enough water as you will ascend several meters up and this will require taking much water to keep you strong. Trekkers follow the trail to Lava Towers (>4500m), have lunch prior to spending an hour at Lava Towers, and then descend into the scenic Barranco gorge. Continue to Barranco Camp at 3950m. Total trekking time is approximately 6 hrs.

Day 4: Barranco Camp to Karanga Camp
Trekkers cross the Barranco Valley, ascend the well known and fascinating Barranco wall (not technical climbing), then follow the Kibo South Circuit. Descend and ascend again for about 2 additional hours to arrive at Karanga Camp (4000 m) for lunch and overnight. Total trekking time is approximately 5 hrs.

Day 5: Karanga Camp to Barafu Camp
Another half day trek takes you across some splendid volcanic lands, with Kibo Volcano (highest of the Kilimanjaro volcanoes) and its remaining glaciers as the backdrop. Enjoy the final ascent to Barafu Camp (4673 m). Total trekking time between camps is approximately 5 hrs. After lunch and a couple of hours of rest, you begin a short trek up to Kibo Camp for further acclimatization, and then descend for dinner. Sleep until 11:00 p.m. and then begin all night ascent. The summit is attainable since you should be properly acclimatized by now.

Day 6: Barafu Camp to Uhuru Peak to Lower Mweka Camp
Trekkers move “pole pole” (Swahili for “slowly”) to the north-west, with mountain guides at their side, up a defined trail toward Stella Point on the crater rim. Summit day is scheduled to coincide with a waxing moon, which will be nearly full. This 6-hour trek to Stella Point (5756 m) is the most mentally and physically challenging on the route. Temperature is usually -10° Celsius, and winds can make it even more challenging. At Stella Point, the group re-nourishes, enjoys the famous Kilimanjaro sunrise, and then continues for another hour to the true summit of Africa, Uhuru Peak. Photos and celebrations ensue. A slow descent back to Stella Point, followed by a quicker descent on scree slope trails back to Barafu Camp for a well deserved rest and brunch. Break camp and hike down to Lower Mweka Camp by mid-afternoon. This is the day you appreciate your trekking poles and honor your guides and porters – you descend over 2800 meters from Uhuru Peak to Mweka Camp. If weather thwarts your summit bid, an extra day has been allowed if the group decides delay is advisable.

Day 7: Mweka Camp To Arusha
This is the last day of the trek. The 3 hr descent to Mweka Gate is very enjoyable, provides good views of yesterday’s accomplishment, and provides excellent photo opportunity of Mount Kilimanjaro’s unique vegetation of the cloud forest. Check-out at Mweka trail head, and then shuttle to a welcoming Arusha Tourist Hotel in Arusha.

Day 8: Arusha -  Lake Manyara National park
You will be picked up from hotel after the breakfast, this will be around 0730am, then proceed to Lake Manyara for a full day game drive in beautiful Manyara National Park. You will be able to See buffalo, giraffe, zebra and many more species, all set against the stunning backdrop of the Great Rift Wall. This is one of the park which inhabits a lot of the flamingos as well as huge elephants, we also have hot springs at the edge of the lake, the whole day will be spent exploring the park which will take you as well as in the hippo pool,on this day you will have your picnic lunch with you to avoid coming back to the hotel for lunch the whole day will be maximized in the game drive. After the whole day game drive leave the park around 1830hrs and proceed to the Hotel. Dinner and overnight at MTO wa mbu camp

Day 9 : Lake Manyara - Serengeti National Park
Wake up call around 0600am, have your breakfast, there after check out the camp and Set out for the endless open plains and stunning skies of the Serengeti. On this day you will have an opportunity to visit the famous Olduvai Gorge the site Olduvai Gorge – a renowned archeological site famous for some of man’s earliest remains, you will have a lecture at this point as well as your lunch, there after you will have a drive to Serengeti, this normally takes like 4 hours, on arrival proceed to the game drive en route, after the game drive to Seronera Camp around 1830hrs for dinner and overnight.

Days 10: The Serengeti Full Day
On this day, you will have the whole day game drive, after the breakfast our driver will have your picnic lunch with you so that you may have enough time to explore the park for the whole day,The Serengeti National park has also been declared a World Heritage Site, and covers over 14700 sq km of prime African wilderness. It actually forms one ecosystem with Kenya’s neighboring Masai Mara Game Reserve, and plays and integral part in the annual wildebeest migration that moves in a circular fashion between itself and the Masai Mara (in Kenya). The terrain is most famously characterized by the endless grassy plains dotted, at times, by millions of head of game – the classical ‘Out of Africa” feel. However certain parts also are covered in the Acacia savanna, dense wooded hills or rocky outcrops known as koppies, as well as pans and lakes. The abundance of African wildlife is of course what makes it such a sought after safari destination, and includes healthy populations of lion, buffalo, impala, hippo, water buck, elephant, cheetah, leopard and a host of other game species – not mention the more than 400 species of birds. After exploring the Park for the whole day return to the camp around 1830hrs for dinner and overnight in the same Camp

Day 11: Serengeti To Ngorongoro.
Wake up call at 0600am have just a cup of hot coffee, then proceed for the early morning game drive, this early morning game drive is very important as you will be able to see the morning kill from the big five, this normally takes you until 0930hrs, then return to the Lodge for the main breakfast, After the breakfast check out the Lodge and proceed for the final game drive as you check out the Park and proceed to Ngorongoro Crater, On arrival check in the Ngorongoro Simba Camp, then you can enjoy walking along the rim just in case time allows, this point is sometimes very cold and foggy but the experience of walking along the rim is a life time and memorable, you will also be able to see down the crater from the rim or from your room if you have binoculars which is a necessity to have while on safari. Then the night will be spent on Ngorongoro Simba, dinner served as from 0700hrs-0930hrs. Simba camp

Day 12: Ngorongoro Crater tour Full Day - Tarangire
On this day the breakfast will be served as early as 0700hrs. After the breakfast check out the camp early in the morning as at 0730am, we will descend to the floor of the Ngorongoro Crater for a full day explore game drive tour. We take a picnic lunch and this will be served in the crater next to the hippo pool, at this point you will be able to stretch your feet and visit the washrooms. The Ngorongoro Crater is recognized as a UNESCO protected World Heritage Site and forms part of an international biosphere reserve. The crater measures approximately 300 sq km and measures about 19 km across. The floor of the crater is 600 meters below the rim, (which is over 2200 m.a.s.l), and is home to an abundance of wildlife including black rhino, lion, cheetah, buffalo, elephants and a plethora of antelope species. Late in the afternoon we ascend the crater and then proceed to the camp

Day 13: Tarangire - Arusha
You will be picked up after early breakfast, the safari starts as early as 0630am, the game drive starts right at the gate where you will be welcomed by the Africa {Jumbo} Elephant. In old day this region, Hemingway often went on big game hunting safaris but now its not the case. Today however, cameras thankfully have replaced the elephant guns and you will be able to interact with the Elephants at a very close range though the driver will keep an eye just in case the male Elephants don't charge on the vehicle. The Tarangire National Park has the highest density of elephants in North Tanzania and you can view these animals all year round in which the herds often can reach an impressive number of 300 animals. Tarangire National park has a Permanent Tarangire River which has water all year round and during the dry season, between July and October, many animals from the surrounding areas come to the river for drinking. If you visit the park during the dry season, you will witness an unforgettable natural wonder as you can observe wonderful creatures such as lions, giraffes, buffaloes, wildebeests and zebras as well as various types of antelopes and gazelles and with a little luck. Tarangire National Park offers the best game drives for the bird watchers during the dry season also a haven for with over 550 different species including the Masai Ostrich -the world largest bird. Around lunchtime, you will stop at a suitable picnic place before the afternoon is dedicated to more wildlife watching. After exploring the plains of Tarangire you will exit the park and drive back to Arusha

Included In The Package
1. Pick- up from your upon arrival
2. Moshi hotel accommodation at day of arrival on BB
3. Accommodation while on expeditions
4. All park fees
6. Three meals per day
7. Bottled water
8. Guide, cook & porter fees
9. English speaking and knowledgeable lead guides, cooks & porters10. One way Shuttle Ticket transfer from Arusha to Nairobi
11. All Safari Park fees
12. Full board accommodation while on safari
13: Luxury Tented Safari in Kenya

Excluded From The Package:
1. Tanzania Visa
2. Soft Drinks like Sodas, Beer etc
3. Last Night accommodation after trekking in Arusha

What to bring on trekking

  1. Waterproof rucksack with day pack
  2. Sleeping bag (covering at least 3 seasons)
  3. Roll mats and insulation pads
  4. Comfortable hiking boots, light walking trainers thongs (flip - flops)
  5. Gaiters (useful when encountering snow)
  6. Wooden walking stick / ski pole
  7. Sunglasses or snow – goggles, sun hat, balaclava or woolen hat
  8. Warm scarf, gloves, mittens and thermal underwear
  9. Sweaters / jumpers, anorak / raincoat, water and windproof pants, jackets, t-shirt, several pairs of socks
  10. Long sleeved shirt with collar, small towel, toiletries and toilet paper
  11. Sunscreen and lip salve
  12. Flash light (head mounted preferable) and spare batteries
  13. Water bottle

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