6 Days Marangu TREK

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The beauty of this route

The Marangu Route, also known as the “Coca-Cola Route” due to its series of strategically placed huts, is the oldest and most well-established route on Mount Kilimanjaro. This 6-day itinerary offers a straightforward and scenic climb, making it ideal for first-time trekkers with a good level of fitness. Here’s a glimpse into your rewarding adventure:

6 Days Marangu Itinerary

Kilimanjaro cost Includes and Excludes

Peace of Mind: All taxes, park fees, and rescue fees are covered, so you can focus on the adventure.

Expert Guidance: You’ll be led by certified, English-speaking mountain guides who meet the highest safety standards.

Delicious Meals: A dedicated mountain cook will prepare delicious meals tailored to your dietary needs – vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, you name it!

Pre-Climb Prep: Get ready to conquer the mountain with a detailed briefing and equipment check with your guide.

Convenient Transfers: Relax – we’ll handle your transfers between Moshi/Arusha and the park gates.

Hydration on the Go: Stay refreshed with boiled drinking water provided throughout the trek (excluding the first camp).

Emergency and first aid: Your safety is our priority. We’ll have emergency oxygen and a first-aid kit readily available.

Twice Daily Health Checks: Our guides will monitor your well-being with twice daily health checks and a high-grade medical oximeter.

Shared Mountain Huts: Experience the camaraderie of the climb with shared mountain huts (allocated by the National Park).

Tipping: Showing appreciation for your hard-working crew is a wonderful tradition. We can provide more information on customary tipping practices.

Beverages: Stock up on your favorite drinks (soft drinks, sports drinks, etc.) to keep you fueled throughout the climb. Alcohol is not recommended due to altitude effects.

Flights & Insurance: Getting to Tanzania and securing proper travel insurance are essential first steps. We’re happy to offer guidance!

Visas & Personal Items: Don’t forget to secure your visa and pack all your essentials – think toiletries, snacks, and comfortable hiking clothes.

First Day Hydration: Bring a reusable water bottle to fill before the trek begins, as water won’t be provided on the first day.

Eco-Friendly Hydration: Respect the mountain by using refillable metal or hard plastic water bottles or bladders. Disposable plastics are a no-go!

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