Once on the Mountain, you are taken care of by the Kilimanjaro Porters. For the challenging duration of your hiking your guide will be your friend and advisor, who will lead you to the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro Climbing. So it is important to listen and take note of their advice.
The average ratio of our Kilimanjaro Porters to hikers is 3 to 4 porters per hiker and two guides for a maximum of 4 hikers. This ratio with our support equipment will ensure your safety and enjoyment on the mountain.
The Kilimanjaro Porters do not only transport your gear as per the Kilimanjaro Gear List and the supplies up and down the mountain. They arriving at every campsite long before you, and erect your tent on your arrival. The cook prepares the food in advance. In the evening they will also boil drinking and washing water.
The weight limit per porter is 15 kg (32 lbs.) per climber. If your luggage weight more than that then you have to hire extra porter with extra pay.
Each climb is different, but on average, it takes about 225 pounds of total luggage per climber to get to Kilimanjaro’s peak and back during Mount Kilimanjaro Climbing, including:
Learning about the Mount Kilimanjaro Climbing and planning your route and flights is just the beginning of your adventure!
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