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Treks on Mount Kilimanjaro range from five to eight nights.
Longer treks tend to have the following advantages and disadvantages ...
+ significantly higher summit success rates
+ much better altitude acclimatisation
+ lower health risks
+ access to more remote and scenic locations
+ much lower trekker traffic on the first few days
- higher costs
- greater risk of simple fatigue
Eight night treks tend to best suit serious mountain hikers who are very fit, confident and committed to making a serious attempt on the summit. They are also prepared to commit the necessary time and funds.
We offer the following eight night treks ...Lemosho 8Bp
... is a non-technical eight night private trek which is arguably the best option on the mountain, having excellent altitude acclimatisation, an extraordinary summit success rate of 95% and excellent traffic avoidance, especially for departures Mon/Tue. The price range is USD 2800-4850 depending on the specification level and the number of trekkers.North 8Bp
... is a non-technical eight night private trek, an unusual clockwise circumnavigation which is best suited to experienced Kilimanjaro trekkers in search of a new challenge. It has good altitude acclimatisation, an outstanding summit success rate of 93% and excellent traffic avoidance, especially for departures Fri/Sat. The price range is USD 2800-4850 depending on the specification level and the number of trekkers.