Let's climb Kilimanjaro!

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Dates 1 Feb '13 to 1 Oct '18

Flexible? Somewhat

Est. Cost 1,200 - 2,500 USD (USD United States Dollars)

Type Travel Partners Wanted

Name Let's climb Kilimanjaro!

I haven't plan this trip much, all I know is that I really want to climb Kilimanjaro and I don't want to do it alone. I'm still in college so I can't do this until 2013.

The best time to climb Kilimanjaro is in January-March and June-October. We would fly to Tanzania, climb Kilimanjaro and then you can do whatever you want. I would love to explore Africa better after we've finished climbing and whoever wants to join me would be welcome. To climb Kilimanjaro takes about 5-6 or 6-7 days, depends on which way we will choose to climb.

I really want to climb the mountains in Nepal as well and especially Mt. Everest as a example so it would be amazing if we could make a climbing group and plan a few trips!

If you'r not excited to climb Kilimanjaro then I will consider other mountains to climb! I have never climbed any mountains outside Iceland so I will have to find some easy mountains to start with...

I am flexible with the dates. I can go from 2013 to like 2018 I thing.

If you are a adventurous person like me who loves to climb, please join this group and go climb with me some day in the future!

Yeah and one more think, sorry if my spelling isn't correct. My language isn't English but I still know how to talk English, so that won't be a problem!

Sophia

Let's climb Kilimanjaro!

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David
David i would love to join. i have always wanted to climb kilimanjaro. i have also always wanted to explore africa so this is a winning situation.
3 years ago
Mahmoud
Mahmoud I am looking at making it to the kilimanjaro summit in December 2011. I have checked few guides out and currently looking for the group of people interested to go at the same time
3 years ago
Wild Guanabana
Wild Guanabana HI Mahmoud - we would be happy to take you there our summit success rate is over 94% our youngest was 14 and our oldest was 65 years old! 50% of our staff are Kilimanjaro summiteers so when it comes to Kili we are the experts and have packages for every budget that includes everything from porters to meals to water and even packing guides, what to wear, and a detailed day to day explanation so you know exactly what to expect! thats what makes us so successful and we'd love to help you get there :)
3 years ago
inguvap
inguvap I want to do it July 2012. Any takers?
3 years ago
ahsanijaz
ahsanijaz I'm interested in going around July 2012 as well. I was thinking of going with either RMI or with Alpine Ascents. Here are links to both: RMI: http://rmiguides.com/international/?id=14&program=Kilimanjaro-Trek-and-Safari Alpine Ascents: http://www.alpineascents.com/kilimanjaro-main.asp
3 years ago
Wild Guanabana
Wild Guanabana you should check out www.wildguanabana.com they have a summit success rate of over 94% -- average is just 65%
3 years ago
Wild Guanabana
Wild Guanabana Hi Sophia we organize Kilimanjaro trips every month and have taken over 80 people to the summit - our success rate is over 94%! :) thats due to our strict regiment and we provide training guide, how to pack, what to wear and it can be all sent to you virtually - we have a trip leaving in February or you can design your own trip with us :) We'd love to send you and anyone else there - please let me know if you have any questions, id love to help i personally climbed it last year and loved it so much it changed my life and i cant wait to go again!
3 years ago
Mackinnon's Habitat
Mackinnon's Habitat I would consider doing it again for sure, but it would depend on time as I am planning on climbing Cho-Oyu with three vision impaired climbers in late 2013. I think this would be good for a bit of real altitude training (rather than on machines) before doing the big one!
3 years ago
Mackinnon's Habitat
Mackinnon's Habitat You should look into using a good tour guide comapny, the best I know is Nomadic Adventures. They help us take 7 vision impaired climbers to the summit in 2009. In fact, the entire team of 22 made the summit, which is a rare achievement. They have the best guides on the mountain and this will make the difference for you. I would do it again, but I am planning on bigger peaks next! Good luck :)
3 years ago
Mackinnon's Habitat
Mackinnon's Habitat www.nomadicadventures.com
3 years ago
sofia
sofia Thank you for the tips :-D
3 years ago
rahatli
rahatli I want in!:))))
3 years ago
sofia
sofia Great! When will you be free? P.s. my name is Soffia, not Sophia like I said in my first account. This is my new one, I forgot what email I used with the first one :-)
3 years ago
USAFM6
USAFM6 Here's the link for elsewhere here on GT for the trip we have booked for late Feb 2012. We're going for sure and we still have room! http://globetrooper.com/mount-kilimanjaro-24-feb-3-mar-2012
3 years ago
Lauren
Lauren Hi Sophia, I climbed Kilimanjaro a few years ago and I think it's a great starting point if you want to eventually head for Everest. I love big dreams! And I'd love to organise a trek with you on a different mountain. Denali has always called my name :) and anything in the French Alps would be really great too - and closer for you.
3 years ago
Todd
Todd Hey Sophia, consider teamkilimanjaro.com when you eventually go to Kili. We climbed with them a couple of years ago and they were very good. Kili really is an enjoyable climb; highly recommended.
3 years ago
sofia
sofia Lauren: Awesome! I think as well that Kili is a great starting point. I would love to climb in the French Alps. I would like to climb Denali as well and of course Mt. Blanc, so maybe we could organize a trek one day, I would like that :) Todd: Thank you for your advice!
3 years ago
sofia
sofia I forgot to mention, this is my new account. I forgot my password and somehow I forgot my email as well ..
3 years ago
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