Adventure 2 Africa
CHOOSE YOUR ADVENTURE
Tanzania offers a unique wildlife experience across famous game parks, to the north lies the breath-taking Ngorongoro Crater, a UNESCO Conservation Area and site of the world’s largest intact volcanic caldera. Teeming with wildlife, clients have the opportunity to get incredibly close to the natural ecosystem and Serengeti National Park where the annual migration of more than a million wildebeest surging across the plains is one of the most dramatic displays of nature one can witness today.
Your Tanzanian adventure will give you a unique chance to see majestic elephants, mighty lions, slender antelopes, joyful zebras, stealthy cheetahs and hundreds of other animals in their natural habitat. Our safari experts will help you to choose the best safari trip whether you want a one-day safari or a long monthly expedition; we are here to make your African dreams come true! This African country will be an ideal vacation for all those, who want to explore the real power of the wilderness.
Choose Your Safari
Climb Mount Kilimanjaro
Mount Kilimanjaro is the tallest mountain in Africa, making it one of the seven summits. It is very popular with both experienced hikers and first time adventurers because it is considered to be the easiest of the seven summits. Climbing Kilimanjaro does not require any technical skills or special equipment such as rope, harness, crampons or ice axe, just some physical fitness and determination. People from all walks of life, from a 7 year old child to an 89 year old woman, have successfully summited. But the challenge should not be taken lightly. You need to understand what lies ahead.
Our expert guides, quality standards and focus on safety have made us the top choice for thousands of happy customers from all over the world.
Not sure which route to choose? Check out our guide to the different Kilimanjaro routes.
Choose Your Climb
Getting to the Top of Mount Kilimanjaro!
Get the Right Gear
Even if you go to the mountain with all the physical training and mental preparation possible, without walking boots or warm clothes, you will hate every second. Do not turn up for your climb in a shiny new pair of boots. Make sure your boots are well worn in and are comfortable. After your feet make sure you are looking after your head. On the lower slopes you will need something that provides good sun protection. For summit night you need a really warm beanie or even balaclava. So get quality thermal gear, enough layers (of appropriate materials like fleece – not cotton which gets heavy with sweat), a down jacket is a must, a four season sleeping bag and hand warmers. Stuff your clothes to the bottom of your sleeping bag each night so they’re warm(ish) in the mornings. The daily temperature variation can be as much as 35c. The best way of coping with this is with layering rather than relying on one single jacket.
Our guides are exceptionally well trained and experienced in managing all aspects of trekking at altitude which is why we have managed to maintain a perfect safety record. On the mountain, we operate a high guide-to-client ratio. This allows us to conduct daily health and acclimatisation assessments for our climbers.
Our great guides are at the heart of what we do. They are carefully selected and trained by us to ensure they are amongst the best in their region. Our guides are all local to their region and love to share their culture and heritage with clients. Our guides can effectively manage our clients due to the small size of our groups. Because each climber generally needs a few porters, each additional client multiplies the number of people under the guide’s care. A guide can give more individualized attention when groups are reasonably small.
We know all the areas in which we operate intimately using the best guides, the best gear and the best operating procedures.
Mt Kilimanjaro is located in North Tanzania next to some of the top safari parks in Africa, so while making an ascent it would be a shame not visit the northern parks and experience the Serengeti, Ngorongoro or Tarangire.
Cycling is one of the best ways to explore and discover Tanzania’s culture and beautiful surroundings. If you’ve got a spare day following your safari or climbing Kilimanjaro, then this is a great way to fill it.