Mount Kilimanjaro Rongai Route Trek

Rongai route Traditionally, the Rongai Route’s premier advantage has been that it is the quietest route on the mountain. But one of the reasons it's so quiet is that the likelihood of summiting on this route on the conventional six and seven day schedules is the second worst of all the six official routes. This is because there are no topographical features that allow the ‘climb high / steep low’ principle to be exploited, even if one incorporates a rest day that features a modest acclimatization excursion. Typically, operators that use this route report a failure rate of around half the climbing group.

Experiences:
Attractions
Art and History
Farmers Market
Landmarks
Nightlife
Outdoor Activities
Shopping
Workshops
Other
Languages spoken: English, French, German
Recommended gear: Mountain climbing gears
Included in price: Local tourist taxes, All mountain trekking fees, Park or reserve entry fees - where applicable, Certified and Experienced Mountain guides and Porter, All meals as mentioned in the itinerary – ( Breakfast - Lunch - Dinner ), Pick up from airport of arrival and drop off to the airport of departure while on safari, Full board Accommodation and If accommodation is fully booked we'll suggest a comparable alternative
Not Included in price: International flights, Tips and gratuities, which are optional, Airport customs entry visas (currently US$ 50 per person)
Additional Information: The tour can be upgraded to a higher standard accommodation at an extra cost. It can also be cheaper if less expensive (but still good quality) accommodation is used. The final cost of the tour depends on your budget and preference.
Refund policy : Our refund policy is five days after cancellation
Cancellations : Tours cancellation policy is flexible up - to 14 days before arrival
Availability : This tour can be offered all year around