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BootsnAll Tanzania Trip

On the first sunrise of 2006, on the top of the highest mountain in Africa, more than 20 BootsnAll members successfully made it to Kilimanjaro’s summit, Uhuru Peak. It was a tough grueling climb – one that had been planned and discussed for almost a year – but in the end, all of the work, time and energy, made the six days of hiking in the rain, sun, and wind well worth it. As we made it to the summit, all of the glaciers on Kilimanjaro turned pink from the sunrise over the Great Rift Valley. It was a remarkable experience – one that none will forget.

Afterwards, the entire BootsnAll crew went on a five-day camping safari into the Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater and Tarangire National Park. This was another adventure that included lions feasting on zebras, giraffes running in the plains, and interactions with the local Masai people. The entire 14 days trip was one long adventure that all the BootsnAll members enjoyed.

This was also the launch of BootsnAll’s adventure trips. BootsnAll continues to offer not only camping and lodge safaris and mountain climbing in Tanzania, but other adventure trips around the world. If you are interested, contact us for more information.