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What’s Included?

Whenever you purchase a climb up Kilimanjaro you have to use a tour operator, whether that’s a company abroad or in Tanzania. Generally speaking, when you agree on a price per person, here is a breakdown of what IS included and what ISN’T included. You should always double check this with the provider.

· An experienced Tanzanian climbing guide
· Mountain climbing orientation the afternoon before the climb
· Tanzanian couriers and porters
· All hotel and lodge accommodations (usually the night before the climb and the night after the climb. Double check this with your operator
· Hut/Camping fees on the mountain
· All meals on the mountain
· All ground transportation to the mountain
· All park fees on Mt. Kilimanjaro (Double check this with local companies)

· All international Flight
· All airport departure taxes
· Personal equipment, sleeping bag and pad etc
· Meals in hotels
· Passport and visa fees
· Gratuities for local couriers, porters, and trip leaders while on the climb.
· Items of a personal nature such as liquor, fax, telephone, and laundry
· Trip cancellation, travel delay, or baggage insurance, emergency evacuation off the mountain

By Peter Baxter | Permalink | No Comments | September 26th, 2005
Tags: Kilimanjaro Planning, Mountain Guides on Kili
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