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Tusker Alumni Posts. For over 4 decades Tusker has led thousands of intrepid travelers on awe-inspiring adventures around the world. Tusker’s fully supported treks allow you to fire up your passion for adventure in faraway places.

Sauti ya Mlima

Sauti ya Mlima

A lost, unconscious child on the slopes of Kilimanjaro. A distressed hiker with a broken leg. Tusker guides to the rescue.

In a letter to their trekking coordinator, Haley Brunello, Duane Lyons expresses his gratitude to the Tusker family.

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UPKILI FOR BREAST CANCER

UPKILI FOR BREAST CANCER

Inspired to hike Kilimanjaro in honor of fellow breast cancer survivors, Tusker trekker Donna Boehm reflects on what “Upkili for Breast Cancer” means to her.

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MY KILIMANJARO EXPERIENCE

By on June 1, 2012 in Tusker Alumni Category
MY KILIMANJARO EXPERIENCE

I walked away feeling a great sense of accomplishment, not only because I reached the summit – but because I had fun doing it. I enjoyed every day and every moment on the mountain. I was inspired by its beauty, the strength of my teammates and the spirit of the Tanzanian Tusker team. It was truly the experience of a lifetime…and I am so glad I did it with CARE.

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KILIMANJARO MOLDING

KILIMANJARO MOLDING

Sterling Rollins climbed Kilimanjaro with his family when he was 15 in 2010. Have a look at his eloquent account of the climb, written recently at age 17 for his English class.

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WHY TUSKER?

WHY TUSKER?

Despite being the “golden” group member, Jim O’Brien regales over his Kilimanjaro climb, foggy summit and all.

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