By ~ Lindo Travel | Thursday 8th, November, 2018

What are the Importance's of joining a group on Kilimanjaro Climbing?

What is Kilimanjaro Join Group?

Is a Kilimanjaro climb that is formed with a minimum requirement of at least 2 people to climb the same route and climbing dates schedule confirmed? A collection of individuals who have booked a group climb trip, to achieve Kilimanjaro climb set of goals and dates.

There are mainly two types of Kilimanjaro Join Groups Offered by Lindo Travel:

Kilimanjaro Open G...

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By ~ Lindo Travel | Monday 5th, November, 2018

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...

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By ~ Lindo Travel | Monday 29th, October, 2018

Tents on Mount Kilimanjaro

Lindo Travel uses only the best high altitude Mountain tents and maintain them to the highest standards. Our tents are water proof from Mountain hardware and Eureka. Each Kilimanjaro trek is supplied by mess/ dinning tents, crew sleeping tent and client tents. All our tents are good for traveling in high altitude.

A light weight wedge tent with space of three clients to be used for two clients and their stuff, the tents...

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By ~ Lindo Travel | Saturday 27th, October, 2018

What Are the Importance of Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro with full moon

The full moon occurs when the earth is located directly between the sun and the moon, causing the moon to be completely illuminated (it looks completely round and bright). A Kilimanjaro full moon happens about every 29 days and there are 13 full Moons dates in every year.

Kilimanjaro Full Moon Climbing is very important and a unique experience to climb Mount Kilimanjaro and summit under the shining full moon light. Climb...

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By ~ Lindo Travel | Friday 26th, October, 2018

How to climb Kilimanjaro Barranco wall?

How to climb Kilimanjaro Barranco wall, is a non technical Kilimanjaro climb by the use all four limbs to scramble up the wall rocks. It is advisable not to use your trekking poles for this part of your hike.You need no technical climbing skills to climb Barranco wall even though the Barranco Wall looks a lot steeper than its.

Barranco wall Elevations

The Barranco Wall elevation is 257 meters. We recommend going s...

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By ~ Lindo Travel | Friday 26th, October, 2018

Kilimanjaro Summit Success Rate

We have a good Kilimanjaro successful summit rate; Lindo Travel will get you to the top.

We have good successfully rate over Kilimanjaro summit. Our Kilimanjaro overall statistics shows that, almost all clients climbed with us made to the top (Uhuru peak).

Always we prepare well our trip, and we have good strategies over Kilimanjaro summit on all routes.\We use government licensed mountain guides with high altitud...

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By ~ Lindo Travel | Tuesday 23rd, October, 2018

KILIMANJARO TIPPING GUIDELINES.

This is compulsory tradition on Mount Kilimanjaro also it is customary to tip your mountain crew upon completion of your trip. Tips will vary depending on the length and complexity of the trip, the number of staff on the trip and the number of clients on the trip. Generally groups like to meet together before the end of the trek to discuss how much they would like to tip each staff member based on their individual trek experie...

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By ~ Lindo Travel | Thursday 23rd, August, 2018

Where to Find Awesome Beaches in Tanzania

Tanzania boasts some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Sparkling water meets soft sand as a light breeze scented with the ocean air blows through nearby palm trees. Nothing is more relaxing than stretching out and soaking up the warm rays of the sun. Best of all, you will not need to worry about crowds. You will feel like you have a private beach as you relax and enjoy your vacation.

When many people think of T...

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By ~ Lindo Travel | Thursday 23rd, August, 2018

Iringa

Located in the southern highlands of Tanzania, near the country’s legislative capital of Dodoma and the agricultural centre of Morogoro, Iringa is a pleasant small town and a focus of regional agricultural and production. Its streets are quiet and peaceful, and the market offers a colorful scene of traditional African culture. Iringa overlooks the Little Ruaha River and is a popular stopping point for visitors to Ruaha Nationa...

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By ~ Lindo Travel | Thursday 23rd, August, 2018

What is the Best Training to do Before Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro

Mount Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain in Africa and hiking to the peak is a challenge that should not be under estimated. With all the information you could possibly gather, added to being physically prepared, one’s chances of reaching the summit is substantially increased. Stamina and mental determination to a great extent, will determine whether or not you will be successful in you quest to conquer the Roof of Africa. Be...

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By ~ Lindo Travel | Thursday 31st, May, 2018

Top 5 Things Tanzania is Famous for

Tanzania boasts many national treasures, and there are countless things to see and do when you visit this beautiful country. If you are having trouble narrowing down your list of activities, check out the top five things Tanzania is famous for:

1. SERENGETI NATIONAL PARK

Serengeti National Park is the most famous park in Tanzania and a great place to go on safari. The park is usually abundant with wildlife all year...

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By ~ Lindo Travel | Monday 28th, May, 2018

Tanzania Safaris

The sight of hundreds wildebeest moving across the plains, elephants silhouetted against a red-orange sunset, or pink haze of flamingos wadding in the shallows are likely to be among the indelible images that you will take away from your time in Tanzania. Thanks to the number, variety and accessibility of its wildlife - all roaming around against a highly evocative natural backdrop - the country has become an African premier s...

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By ~ Lindo Travel | Sunday 27th, May, 2018

Dodoma

Located in the heartland of Tanzania, Dodoma is the nation’s official political capital and the seat of government in the country. Comparably much smaller and less developed than the country’s commercial centre Dar es Salaam, Dodoma remains a centre for national politics. Situated on the eastern edge of the southern highlands, the city is surrounded by a rich agricultural area and pleasant scenery.

It is the center of T...

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By ~ Lindo Travel | Friday 25th, May, 2018

Things to Know Before Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro

How hard is it?

An ascent to the summit of Kilimanjaro is an incredible experience, but although the climb is not technical and requires no special mountaineering knowledge, it is certainly not to be taken lightly. At over 19,340 feet (5895 metres) it is Africa's highest mountain and it is no 'walk in the park. Altitude sickness can prevent even the fit and well-prepared climber from getting to the summit. Having...

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By ~ Lindo Travel | Friday 25th, May, 2018

Maziwe Island Marine Reserve

Maziwe Island Marine Reserve, situated 15 nautical miles east of Pangani, has over 350 fish species, 35 genera of coral and exceptional bird-life. Maziwe Island was designed a reserve in the 1970s due to erosion caused from the cutting of trees fo firewood. The Island now emerges from the Sea at low tide and is an ideal place for swimming, snorkeling, diving and sunbathing.

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