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Climb Kili

An All Inclusive Kilimanjaro Experience

At Climb Kili, we do our best to include every detail on the mountain and throughout Tanzania. Below is a list of what you’ll receive with Climb Kili

What's Included

Welcome Package

Climb Kili

Not included


The majority of those climbing Kilimanjaro and/or traveling on safari fly into Kilimanjaro International Airport (Airport Code: JRO). Some find it more economical flying to Nairobi, Kenya (Airport Code: NBO) and then taking the 6-8 hour shuttle transportation to Arusha or Moshi.

Whether you fly into Tanzania or arrive by shuttle bus, our Climb Kili staff will be there at the airport or bus station to greet you and your adventure will being!

Additional Airport codes of interest: Zanzibar (ZNZ), Arusha (ARK), Dar es Salaam (DAR), Serengeti Airstrip/Airport (SEU)

Personal Gear

Climb Kili provides a detailed Equipment List in the Welcome Package that ensures every detail and item is in order.

Yes. Climb Kili rents anything from sleeping bags to warm jackets down to trekking poles and gaiters. If you currently don’t have items on the Equipment List and feel it would be better to rent, simply reserve these items and we’ll have them ready for you upon arrival.

Tanzanian Visa

The Visa to enter Tanzania is USD$100 for US citizens and $50 for all others. These can be purchased upon arrival at Tanzania Airports or at the Kenya/Tanzania boarder or online prior to arrival at US Cash or Tanzanian Shilling ONLY. Ensure your passport is valid at least 6 months from the entry date into Tanzania.

We want you to bring home Kilimanjaro and Safari memories, but no matter how hard you try, there are some things you just can’t plan for.  You are welcome to choose the best company policy for you.  Many of our adventures have found AIG Travel Guard as a perfect policy as it includes high altitude trekking (Kilimanjaro) and AIG Travel Guard was Ranked #1 travel insurance by Forbes. 

Staff Gratuity

On Kilimanjaro and Safari tipping is an expected practice for the crew who assist you.

As a general rule $250 to $300 per person will adequately cover crew tips on the mountain.

For Safari, $15 per person per day is recommended.

Several factors can increase or decrease the per person amounts such as longer expedition will increase the overall amount as well as smaller groups typically will tip more as they will employ a larger number of crew per customer ratio than larger groups.  The tip can be given to the Lead Guide the final night or the following day at the end gate.  Your Lead Guide will appropriately distribute to your mountain crew.

Climb Kili Welcome Package

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