Mountain climbing is challenging ad exciting, with the adrenaline rush and stunning view from above, allowing you to appreciate nature at its best, most especially when you reached the highest peak. Are you planning to visit Kilimanjaro or the “Everyman’s Everest”? Technically, Kilimanjaro mountain is easy to climb, without requiring the use of special mountaineering gear or rope, and even a six-year-old child was able to climb it. The accessible Kilimanjaro is remotely located in the equator’s southern area, next to the mountain side of Serengeti. Around the Kilimanjaro mountain, you’ll find budget-friendly and luxury hotels, decent mode of transportation, mountaineering gear rental shops, and outfitters around the Kilimanjaro mountain.
It is good to know that sleeping huts with courteous porters are available to help you in setting up a tent and kitchen facility on your chosen route. Kilimanjaro National Park ensures that the place is clean and there are park rangers weighing all bags coming on and off the mountain and fines are sanctioned if weight of the bags are significantly reduced. There are seven mountain trails available going to the summit without roads. Kilimanjaro is regarded as one of the world’s greatest natural wonders with rich green forest and snow-covered slopes. Mountain hiking in the Kilimanjaro mountain is likened to climbing the North Pole, with sky island paradise, and dramatic vegetation changes, witnessing and dealing animal life at its peak. Get to experience the unique life creatures and species in Kilimanjaro, such as the Kilimanjaro trees and delicate elephant flowers.
Those people who want to study climate change climb to the Kilimanjaro mountain to study what is really happening on rapidly shrinking glaciers as shown in Al Gore’s documentary photos. Right before your eyes, you can literally witness the ice glaciers as they turn into vapor. Because Kilimanjaro is a great tourist spot, it greatly contributes to the local economy generating jobs for locals including porters, tourist guides, hotel staff, cooks and bakers, travel agencies, trekking companies, retailers and merchants, construction companies, and banking institutions. Tanzania owns Kilimanjaro, the first nation in Africa that won independence, thus it is inspired by freedom. Many people love to climb the Kilimanjaro mountain in Tanzania as a mark of their personal accomplishments or another milestone in their lives such as after graduation, marriage, or retirement. Don’t wait for a long time to try mountain climbing because this is a good opportunity to be one with nature and with yourself, allowing you to release all the stress and tension of the busy lifestyle you have.
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