THE KINGS OF KILIMANJARO

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Kilimanjaro Climb

Diet for Climbing Kilimanjaro

When you think of climbing Kilimanjaro, the food you eat on your journey may be the last thing on your mind… unless you have a special diet. Whether you’re vegan or vegetarian, avoiding carbs and sugar, or have allergy restrictions, what you eat is usually one of your first considerations before taking on any new activity. After all, when you’re following this type of diet back home, making a drastic switch to adventure cuisine may be rough on your digestion, endurance, and overall performance. And that would definitely ruin your once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to reach the summit of Kilimanjaro. So

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What Happens to Your Body On a Kilimanjaro Hike

What does it actually feel like to go on a Mount Kilimanjaro hike? Since your body has to deal with varying weather patterns, changing elevations and high altitude summiting, climbing Kilimanjaro can either mess with your system or have very little effect on it. The tricky thing is, you never know which one it’ll be. So, it’s important to be as prepared as possible. In this guide, we’ll be discussing everything you should expect your body to experience on your way to Uhuru Peak. And then we’ll also cover what won’t happen on this epic excursion later on. While

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7 Must-Have Documents to Carry When Climbing Kilimanjaro

What documents must you carry when you’re climbing Kilimanjaro? Aside from your travel itinerary and passport, you’ll also need to have a few other critical papers handy in your daypack and written down on your Mount Kilimanjaro packing list so you don’t forget them. Check out today’s list of documents to take on your hike, and stick around for our favorite expert-level tips for how to travel smarter later. A few of these important documents may seem obvious, but others you may not think of until it’s too late, such as your: 1. A Passport That is Valid Six

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Kilimanjaro Crater Camp

On Kilimanjaro the one thing that separates the average guide from the well-trained professionals is their willingness to take clients camping in Kilimanjaro’s crater at 18,700 feet…

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Staying Dry on Your Trek

There is a good chance during a trek in Tusker country it will rain or snow. Most adventure travelers gear up to stay warm paying less attention to staying dry. Big mistake because getting wet especially in cold conditions can compromise your…

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