Climbing Kilimanjaro the right way with the right team comes down to 5 really important things.
1). You need to have the best itinerary possible. 8 days on the mountain, gives you the best chance at success. Climbing Kilimanjaro on the Lemosho route
2). If you are climbing Kilimanjaro you need excellent food for you and the staff on the mountain is really important. We will have 30 to 40 staff with us on the mountain and we need
3). You need to come with the right physical preparation. We promise to offer you quality throughout the trip. If you don’t come with the right physical preparation and you have not been training for your trip you are really going to struggle, not enjoy the trip and you run the risk of not getting to the top.
4). Have the best available tents, equipment and set up on the mountain. We will Mountain hard wear, Trango 4 tents. We use proper chairs for your comfort and we have mountain hard wear dome tents for a quality dining experience. We don’t cut corners and you will have the experience of a lifetime.
5). You need to have the right trekking boots, rain gear, back pack, merino wool, down jackets, sleeping bag, air mattress and all the layers and clothing that will make sure you have a comfortable experience on the mountain. Here is the gear and clothing Ian brings on his Kilimanjaro climb.
What is the best way to Climbing Kilimanjaro? After climbing Kilimanjaro 25 times to date I have learn a lot about leading teams, managing altitude issues and how to get people successfully to the top and back down again.
Climbing Kilimanjaro the right way with the right team is what Ian Taylor Trekking offer. We look after our staff properly. Give constant training, support to our staff. READ SOME OF OUR FACEBOOK REVIEWS.