Let’s Climb Kilimanjaro!
At 19,340 feet, Mt. Kilimanjaro is the highest free standing mountain in the world, the highest in Africa and one of the Seven Summits, a goal for many explorers and mountain climbers. For those adventurers who are not experienced in high altitude climbs, Kilimanjaro is the perfect place to start. While it does require endurance and stamina to summit to Uhuru Peak, the climb requires no technical skills or equipment. One of the most important thing a climber needs is the desire to reach the top.
In preparation for you to climb Kilimanjaro, we provide you with a complete gear list and training regiment. We are available for communication by phone or email as often as needed in advance of your journey and while in Tanzania, we are always right there on site with you.
Our safety practices on the mountain include staff that is trained in CPR and First-Aid, as well as First-Aid supplies. We carry emergency oxygen and use a pulse-oximeter to check your blood oxygen level on every climb. In cases when direct decent from high altitude is not possible, we will carry a Gamow bag to help in case of serious altitude sickness. For emergency evacuations via helicopter or airplane if needed, we enroll every client in African Flying Doctors.
Your dream is possible, and we can help you to make it happen. Our experience in Kilimanjaro climbs helps us set up an itinerary that fits your schedule, your budget and your goals. You can begin by checking out one of the routes we use when we climb Kilimanjaro and deciding which level of comfort is best for you.
6 years ago today, SUNY Oswego's Going Global group was heading home after a successful summit with 23 students and faculty and some other adventures post-Kilimanjaro! Each day we were waiting for news of the baby waiting to be born back home and on this day she arrived! - Happy 6th birthday to Sabina! What other adventures have you been up to Oswego Going Global Mehran Nojan? ... See MoreSee Less
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