Monkey

- 6 days trekking Mt. Kilimanjaro (Marangu Route)

Description:

Day 1: You'll be picked up from Kilimanjaro Airport and transfered to Arusha where you'll be given a trekking briefing at your Lodge. Dinner and overnight stay at Le Jacaranda Lodge. Meal Plan (HB).

Day 2: ARUSHA MARANGU HUT: After breakfast at 8am, we'll drive to Marangu Gate which is 1800m above sea level. After processing the permit, we'll start walking this Coca-Cola route through Mountain Rain Forest to Mandara Hut (2700m above sea level) for dinner and overnight stay. It covers a distance of 7km which takes 3-4 hours.

Day 3: MANDARA-HOROMBO: After your breakfast, we'll start walking through heath and moorland to HOROMBO Hut, 3700m from the sea level, stopping off for a picnic on the way. Dinner and Overnight stay at HOHROMBO Hut (distance of 9 Km which takes 5-6 hours of Trekking).

Day 4: HOROMBO - KIBO: After having your breakfast, we'll start our walk to KIBO hut, which is 4700m above the sea level, taking you through the Saddle in the Alpine climate. Dinner & overnight stay will be at KIBO Hut. The walking takes 5-6 hours and covers a distance of 5-9 kms.

Day 5: KIBO - HOROMBO: At midnight, we'll start our final ascent to Gilman’s point, 5635Metres from the sea level, proceeding to UHURU Peak before we descend to KIBO Camp for a hot lunch. Well then continue to HOROMBO Hut for dinner & overnight stay. It takes 10-12hours walking which covers a distance of 7-8Kms.

Day 6: HOROMBO - MARANGU GATE: After breakfast, we'll descend via MANDARA Hut to MARANGU Gate for clearance and being given a certificate as a sign of conquering Africa's highest peak. We'll then drive back to Arusha for dinner and overnight stay at the Kilimanjaro Eco Lodge BB.

Price includes:

Hut fees, Park fees, Rescue fees, 3 Meals a day, Mineral water, Guide, porters and lunch packs Transport and Transfers; 2 Nights Accommodation as specified HB.

Price does NOT include:

Tips to Guides, Flight costs, Visa, Mountain Trekking Clothes, Medical insurance and all things of Personal Nature.

Domestic flights, cultural visits & excursions to be added onto the costs according to clients need.


Monkeys range in size from the pygmy marmoset, which can be as small as 117 millimetres (4.6 in) with a 172-millimetre (6.8 in) tail and just over 100 grams (3.5 oz) in weight, to the male mandrill, almost 1 metre (3.3 ft) long and weighing up to 36 kilograms (79 lb).

Some live in trees while others live on the savanna; diets differ among the various species but may contain any of the following: fruit, leaves, seeds, nuts, flowers, eggs and small animals (including insects and spiders).

Monkey