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7 Days Rongai Route Climbing

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7 Days
Kilimanjaro International Airport
Min Age : 2 yrs
Max People : 50
Tour Details

The Rongai Route for Mount Kilimanjaro ascent, Due to its isolation, the path is less busy and provides hikers with a rare opportunity to enjoy the nature and view large animals like antelope, elephants, and buffalo. You are less likely to experience rain and will have clearer views of the top since there is normally less moisture on this side of the mountain.  It is advised to choose extra days for acclimatization even though it is flatter because there is no climb high sleep low option.

One of the simpler ascent routes for Kilimanjaro is the Rongai path. The only way to climb Kilimanjaro from the north is via Rongai, and the Marangu Route is the only way to descend

Departure & Return Location

Kilimanjaro International Airport

Departure Time

3 Hours Before Flight Time

Price Includes

  • All Trekking Gears
  • Camping Gears
  • Tour Guide
  • Entrance Fees
  • Government Taxes
  • Food
  • Transfers
  • Camping Gears

Price Excludes

  • International Flights
  • Visas
  • Any Private Expenses
  • Room Service Fees
Itinerary

Day 0Arrive in Tanzania

You will be gotten up Kilimanjaro International Airport and moved to your organized inn in Arusha. you will meet your aide who will brief you on your impending journey and do a hardware check to ensure you have all the essential mountain gears. Gear which is missing can be leased on this day.

Inn: Bed and Breakfast

Day 1Nalemoru Gate (1990m) to Simba Camp (2625m)

Toward the beginning of today we will head to the town of Nale Moru for the beginning stage of the Rongai course. The principal phase of the journey is through farmland and pine woodlands. You might have opportunity to see the wonderful Colobus monkeys or on the other hand on the off chance that you’re adequately fortunate, elephants or bison on the way. Our most memorable camp will be the Simba Camp situated at the edge of the moorland zone at 2625m.

Distance covered: 8km/5mi Approx. time taken: 4 – 5 hours Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Included

Day 2Simba Camp (2625m) to second Cave Camp (3480m)

The morning climb is a consistent rising up to the Second Cave Camp situated in the moorland zone with eminent perspectives on Kibo and the Eastern ice fields on the hole edge

Distance covered: 5km/3.1mi Approx. time taken: 3 – 4 hours Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Included

Day 3second Cave Camp (3480m) to Kikelewa Camp (3630m)

Leaving the pine timberland behind, we continue with a consistent climb strolling however moorland. There are sublime perspectives on the Eastern ice fields on the pit edge of Kibo, the most elevated of the three volcanoes which structure the mountain. We will forget about the fundamental path and strike across moorland on a more modest way towards the rugged pinnacles of Mawenzi, the second of Kilimanjaro’s volcanoes. We will camp out today in the protected valley close to Kikelewa caves at 3630m

Distance covered: 5km/3.1mi Approx. time taken: 3 – 4 hours Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Included

Day 4Kikelewa Camp (3630m) to Mawenzi Tarn Hut (4310m)

Today we have a short yet steep rising up green slants which is compensated by a wonderful perspective on the Kenyan fields toward the north. We leave vegetation behind not long from now prior to arriving at our next camp at Mawenzi Tarn Hut straightforwardly underneath the transcending bluffs of Mawenzi. This midday you have opportunity to rest or investigate the encompassing region to help acclimatization.

Distance covered: 8km/5mi Approx. time taken: 4 – 5 hours Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Included

Day 5Mawenzi Tarn Hut (4310m) to Kibo Hut (4700m)

We leave our camping area and cross the lunar desert of the ‘saddle’ among Mawenzi and Kibo two or three hours traveling, arrive at this dynamite place, with the culmination of Kilimanjaro behind the scenes and our path to the high camp loosened up before our eyes. After arriving at our camp the rest of the day will be spent resting in readiness of the last climb following an early evening!

Distance covered: 8km/5mi Approx. time taken: : 5 – 6 hours Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Included

Day 6Kibo Hut (4700m) to UHURU PEAK (5895m) and down to Horombo Hut (3700m)

This is “The Big Day” – the culmination stage. You will start your last rising around 12 PM which will be long and exhausting. Passing the Hans Meyer Cave at 5220m, the ascension gradually goes upwards. dawn will track down you at or close to Gillman’s Point (5681m) – the hole edge of Kilimanjaro – where the sun will gradually begin to heat up the land. You will have before long failed to remember the cold of the evening and after a further climb of 1 – 2 hours, you will arrive at Uhuru Peak at 5895m. On your re-visitation of Kibo Hut, a warm feast looks for you followed by a 1hour crush prior to continuing spirit down to Horombo Hut.

Distance covered: 22km/13.7mi I Approx. time taken: 112 – 15 hours Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Included

Day 7Horombo Hut (3700m) to Marangu Gate (1860m)

The last stage goes through the heath and field zone to the Mandara Hut (2700m) where a warm lunch is hanging tight for you. Before long, you will indeed pass the tropical rainforest and after a complete season of 6 hours journeying, you will be once again at the Kilimanjaro National Park Gate (1860m). Subsequent to expressing farewell to your group, a short exchange follows to return you to your lodging in Arusha. When you arrive, you can take a warm and loosening up shower and commend your outcome in arriving at the highest point of the Kilimanjaro.

Distance covered: 9.1km/7.5miles Approx. time taken: 3 hours Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

Day 8Depart Tanzania

The day is allowed to slow down after the trip before your flight home. Contingent upon flight times you could proceed to investigate Arusha town and get a keepsakes prior to making a beeline for the air terminal. Our vehicle will be prepared to take you to the air terminal at your time.

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Saufady

Family Traveller

wonders I never see This is beautiful place to visit

March 16, 2014