What to Carry On Your Day Pack for Mount Kilimanjaro Climbing

What to Carry On Your Day Pack for Mount Kilimanjaro Climbing

Everything you need on day climb will need to be packed on your day pack, as our porters will be hiking to the camp, and therefore you will always access your duffer bag or day pack in the morning and as well as in the evening when you usually arrive to the camp.


Bellow is our suggestion on what to carry on your day pack on Kilimanjaro climb

• Camera
• Water for drinking
• Sun hat
• Sun glasses
• Sun cream
• Compass
• Tissue paper
• Towel
• First aid Kit
• Rain wear
• Rain coat
• Rain trousers or poncho
• Trekking poles/ hiking poles
• Watch
• Whistle
• Simple solar power
• Lunch on some longer days

The Most Popular & Recommended Kilimanjaro Climbing Routes

Lemosho Route
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What to carry on a day pack while on Mount Kilimanjaro Climb

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Get Some Inspirational Information About Trekking Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania

Trekking Mount Kilimanjaro


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19 Interesting Facts You Need to Know About Mount Kilimanjaro

1. Mount Kilimanjaro is the highest free-standing mountain in the world at a spectacular height of 5,895 metres above sea level. (Mount Everest is just more than 2,950 metres higher!)


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How to Wear on Mount Kilimanjaro Summit

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The overview of Umbwe Route

The Umbwe route is not a technical route, but it is a very direct, very steep, very tough, and in parts very exposed route.


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