Mar 08, 2015
A: The climb to Kilimanjaro does not require any technical specialization. No mountaineering gear is require to summit Kilimanjaro. Anybody in great physical condition can achieve the highest point of Mount Kilimanjaro.
A: Anybody who can keep running for at any rate 30 minutes without feeling shortness of breath. You ought to likewise have the capacity to stroll for no less than 2 hours in uneven territories without feeling excessively depleted. Nobody with a sore throat, cold of breathing issues ought to go past 3000m. Notwithstanding, anyone with heart or lung issues ought to counsel his/her doctor before endeavouring to climb Mt Kilimanjaro.
A: No, you are not required to bring sifting frameworks or sanitization tablets, our climbing staff will furnish you with a lot of refined drinking water amid your trek.
A: Our mountain groups are in steady radio correspondence with us by means of ICOM radios so on the off chance that anything turns out badly on your trekking we are educated. Likewise, the phone gathering on the mountain has enhanced so we can viably speak with our groups utilizing cell phones.
A: The manifestations of altitude sickness can show up while climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro, in all climbers independent of their age as well as wellness level. Because of which, most climbers use Diamox (Acetazolamide), a medicine that lessens migraine, tiredness, sickness, dazedness, and shortness of breath which happen when climbing to high altitudes. Symptoms incorporate a shivering sensation in fingertips and on the face, and continuous pee.
A: Yes we do have a unit rundown list of the considerable number of things you will require for your climb. You can lease camping beds, parkas, gaiters, trekking shafts, and so forth. Just email us your rundown of requirements, and we will hold these things for give you upon your entry.
A: Climbing Kilimanjaro is the simple tortoise challenge: you need to go slowly and just keep at it. Absolute fitness is not as important as determination and guts. While we always recommend people do some proper aerobic and strength training before they attempt the climb and have advice on “Getting Ready” that covers this, we have helped lots of people summit who have done no more than weekend walking.
A: Although it is feasible to climb Mt Kilimanjaro in 5 days, we strongly recommend all climbers take at least seven days. The reason people fail to summit is mainly because they allow too little time to acclimatize to the altitude and no matter how fit you may be this is still the same. Our seven day climbs average over 95% success rates.