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6 Days Marangu (“Coca Cola”) Route

6 Days Marangu (“Coca Cola”) Route

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Marangu Route The Marangu route, also known as the “Coca-Cola” route, is the oldest, most well-established route on Kilimanjaro. This is the only route that offers sleeping huts in dormitory-style accommodations in lieu of camping. There are 60 bunk beds each at Mandara and Kibo Huts, and 120 bunk beds at Horombo Hut. Guests are

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5 Days Marangu (“Coca Cola”) Route

5 Days Marangu (“Coca Cola”) Route

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Marangu Route The Marangu route, also known as the “Coca-Cola” route, is the oldest, most well-established route on Kilimanjaro. This is the only route that offers sleeping huts in dormitory-style accommodations in lieu of camping. There are 60 bunk beds each at Mandara and Kibo Huts, and 120 bunk beds at Horombo Hut. Guests are

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4 Days Mt Meru Trekking

4 Days Mt Meru Trekking

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Mt Meru Stands at 14,980 feet/ 4,566 meters, Mount Meru is Tanzania’s second-highest peak, and according to some, the fourth highest mountain in Africa. It’s a dormant volcano, with the last minor eruption occurring over a century ago. On a clear day, you can see Mount Kilimanjaro from Mount Meru, as the two iconic peaks are separated by a distance of fewer than 50 miles/ 80 kilometres. The first successful ascent on record is still in dispute. It is credited to either Carl Uhlig in 1901 or Fritz Jaeger in 1904 – both Germans, reflecting the colonial power of Germany over Tanzania at the time. Mount Meru is ideal for altitude acclimatization and you may elect to climb Mount Kilimanjaro with a lower number of days after climbing Meru. Many people who climb both mountains have a quiet preference for the humble Mount Meru. Although about 4,000 feet lower than Mount Kilimanjaro, Mount Meru is still a very tall mountain. Do not underestimate Mount Meru. Altitude acclimatization is still the key to a successful summit to Meru.

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Kilimanjaro Climbing Tours via Lemosho route

Kilimanjaro Climbing Tours via Lemosho route

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Kilimanjaro Climbing Tours via Lemosho route, which you will travel by vehicle (roughly 3–4 hours) to Kilimanjaro National Park’s western entrance: Londorossi Gate (2,200 m). After the quick formality of acquiring climbing permits and registering with the search and rescue service, the group continues upwards towards their drop off point by off-road vehicles (reaching 3,500