December 15, 2011
There is more to a Kilimanjaro climb than simply standing on the roof of Africa. No doubt the mountain is impressive, but there is also a vibrant and organic quality to the whole experience. In 2012 we are furthering the experience by hosting our own Private Safari Camps. There are many huge benefits to this unique bush experience. Settle in at night to the sound of distant wildlife, and wake up to birdsong. No noisy lodges! A great reward after a tough climb.
We choose the best places to set up our camps, and our support vehicles travel ahead of us to ready the site. When we arrive you’ll find a deluxe camp with comfortable beds, good linens, and en suite toilets. Hot showers are provided by the crew and all meals are freshly prepared by our chef.
We’ll experience the landscape as we journey through Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater. Our safari drivers really know the game habits and how to find the best viewing. We will continue to include of a beautiful one-way Serengeti flight. It is far easier and allows more time to see animals with less time wasted on rough roads.
Your Guides For 2012
We’ve got the best Kili guides in the business, and they really set us apart from the other programs out there. It is great to know that you have a real pro to help you have a safe, successful, and fun climb.
Jan15, Jan 27, & February 10* Craig John
June 24 & July 6 Eben Reckord
July 22 & Aug 3 Max Bunce
Sep 9 & Sept 21 Chris Meder
Dec 19 Ang Jangbu Sherpa
*1 spot open for Feb. 10 departure. Due to rooming logistics this space is reserved for a male participant.
It’s incredibly rewarding to start the climb in a lush rainforest and climb into the Arctic conditions on the summit of Kili. Every day is a new experience and a dramatic contrast from the day before. That’s what we like so much about Kilimanjaro.
Adam Angel, IMG Senior Guide and Assistant Kili Director.