When is the best season to go?

In spite of the fact that you can trek Kilimanjaro any time of the year, June through October and December through March are the better occasions. Different months fall in the blustery season, which makes for a less wonderful outing.

Is there snow on Kilimanjaro?

Truly. Ice and snow can be discovered year-round on the mountain’s upper spans. There are enormous icy masses, ice fields, and transcending dividers of ice that burst in the central sun. While the icy masses have as of late retreated because of environmental change, they stay, until further notice, an overwhelming and exceptional sight.

What is the success rate for trekkers on Kilimanjaro?

On our outings over 98% of trekkers make it to the top. However, surprisingly who endeavor Kilimanjaro consistently, less than half make it to the top. The distinction? We utilize a reasonable and steady methodology fit to appropriate acclimatization. We give a lot of good food, clean water, and warm agreeable safe houses. Also, our aptitude, experience, and regard for wellbeing fabricate genuine trust in our trekkers. It is such a great amount of simpler to the summit when you are very much nourished, all around refreshed, solid, and in great hands.

What is altitude sickness?

Altitude sickness is a mix of side effects that are now and then experienced over 10,000 feet (3,050 meters) in rise. At higher heights, pretty much everybody encounters a few indications, for example, infrequent migraines, shortness of breath, or gentle queasiness. These manifestations are effectively treated with rest, hydration, and over-the-counter meds. Less much of the time, individuals may encounter increasingly genuine indications that can require progressively concentrated treatment, for example, oxygen or inundation in a pressurized sack, or even departure.

How would I counteract altitude sickness?

Get in moderate to great physical condition before you begin your trek. Drink lots of water. Dodge diuretics, for example, caffeine or liquor at high rises. Counsel with your doctor about preventive prescriptions, for example, Diamox. Most significant: go moderate. Slow acclimation to elevation is the best medication. We plan our excursions so the mountain is drawn nearer at a steady agreeable pace. We prescribe taking in any event seven days to climb the mountain. Also, we prescribe one to two additional long stretches of acclimatization before the trek.

How is the weather?

Typically you will encounter each season: summer, winter, spring, and fall, on Kilimanjaro. The trek starts in warm tropical timberland, and after that rises to a cool level bursting at the seams with wildflowers. Even higher, the vegetation gets meager and the air takes on a pre-winter chill. Close to the top, you discover snow, ice, and ice cold. At the summit, it can get as cold as 0 degrees Fahrenheit. Clearly, you have to bring a wide scope of attire.

What sort of gear do I need?

Great strong climbing boots, winter and summer attire, A frameless pack, hiking bed, water container and individual things. You needn’t bother with any specialized climbing hardware.

What amount of fitness and climbing expertise do I need?

Kilimanjaro is a strenuous experience, yet you don’t need to be a world-class competitor. Anybody healthy, with a sensible level of physical molding and a decided disposition, can make it to the top. No climbing aptitudes are required. Indeed, even the most testing parts are as yet a climb (a lofty climb, however a climb in any case.) No ropes or specialized apparatus are included. It is prescribed that you have the option to run for five miles or for 10,000 meters without trouble. It is a smart thought to have pursued a standard everyday practice of vigorous exercise at any rate four to a half year before the trek, however neither age nor physical inability need be an obstacle. We give a preparation program and preparing guidance to our visitors. Our aides have taken individuals from age 15 to 78, and individuals with serious inabilities. Assurance is a basic factor.

Are there heavy crowd of tourists?

Not on our excursions. We climb over the frightful open spaces on the western side of the mountain on sometimes traveling routes that give a progressively true wild involvement. Interestingly, a great many people endeavor the mountain from the Marangu or “Coca-Cola” route. This route is a packed, boisterous, and messy undertaking. Albeit not exactly a large portion of the crowd ever makes it to the top, it can, in any case, be occupied on the summit now and again.