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Mountain Kilimanjaro New Year Summit 2023

Do you want to do something new and unique at the end of the 2022 year and welcome 2022 year with new goals, focus, inspiration and new resolution in your 2023 year? If your answer is yes, How about take this lifetime challenge and scale the free-standing highest peak in Africa Mountain Kilimanjaro in Tanzania and summit on the new year 2023. Climbing Mountain Kilimanjaro summit on the new year is one of the breathtaking best life adventures you can do. Join Eco-Africa Climbing with the best mountain crews to accompany you to Mountain Kilimanjaro and witness the first sunrise of the 2023 year on the roof of Africa. We have opened a group for Kilimanjaro new year summit to allow 12 people to join this group and experience this adventure in the new year.

  • Spend 2 nights at Moshi.
  • 7 Days Treks through the Kilimanjaro National Park via Machame Route.
  • A Panoramic view of Shira Plateau.
  • A fabulous view of the moorland.
  • Serengeti National Park
  • Ngorongoro Crater.
  • Tarangire National Park.
  • Arrival Dates: 26th  December  2022
  • Start Climb  Dates: 27th  December  2022
  • Summit Date:  (New Year Summit)
  • End of the Climb: 2nd  January  2023
  • End of Trip for person who will Trek Only : 3rd January  2023
  • End of Trip for person who will do both Trek and Safari :7th January  2023
  • Trip Length for person who will Trek only: 10 Days (7 Days Trekking + 2 nights Hotel, 1 night  before Climb and 1 night After Climb)
  • Trip Length for person who will do both  Trek  and Safari: 14 Days (7 Days Trekking + 2  nights  Hotel, 1 nights  before Climb and 1 night After Climb and 4 days Safari and 1 night after Safari)


Arrive at the Kilimanjaro International Airport. You will be met by our guide at the Airport and transferred to the hotel in Moshi.
Accommodation: Panama Garden Resort
Room plan: Double Occupancy
Meal Plan: Bed and Breakfast.



A one-hour drive from Moshi  to the gate to  of the Machame route, where you will complete park formalities, meet your crew of porters and start to climb! The first section of the route climbs steadily and involves real jungle bashing through magnificent forest.
This path is less well trodden and is often wet and muddy underfoot. Camping at Machame Hut (3100m).
Trekking Time: 4-6 hours
Distance: 9 km
Altitude Gain: 1210 m.
Meal Plan: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.
Accommodation: Machame Camp
Room plan: Double Occupancy (2 people will share 1 tent)



The route continues on up through the forest until reaching the steep ascent on the Shira Plateau,where there are rewarding views of the mountain. Looking back, you will be able to see Mt. Meru rising high above Arusha town. Camping at Shira Caves (3840 m).
Trekking Time: 4-6 hours 
Distance: 5 km 
Altitude Gain: 740 m.
Meal Plan: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.
Accommodation: Shira Caves
Room plan: Double Occupancy (2 people will share 1 tent)



Walking now on high moorland, the landscape changes the entire character of the trek. You will traverse the southwest side of Kilimanjaro, passing underneath the Lava Tower and the final section of the Western Breach, finally reaching Barranco Camp (3900 m). The day has been spent at altitude (up to 4600 m), but you will have followed the mountaineering code of ‘walk high, sleep low’ to avoid altitude sickness by aiding your bodies in acclimatization.
Trekking Time: 6 – 7 hours 
Distance: 10 km
Altitude Gain: 60 m.
Meal Plan: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.
Accommodation: Barranco Camp
Room plan: Double Occupancy (2 people will share 1 tent)



Start the day by descending into the start of the Great Barranco, a huge ravine. Then exit steeply, up what has been termed the Breakfast Wall, which divides you from the southeastern slopes of Kibo. It is a climb over rocks, although not technical. Passing underneath the Heim and Kersten glaciers, head towards the Karanga Valley (4000 m) for overnight.
Trekking Time: 4-5 hours
Distance: 5 km
Altitude Gain: 100 m.
Meal Plan: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.
Accommodation: Karanga Valley
Room plan: Double Occupancy (2 people will share 1 tent)



The day is characterized by a short hike on terrain formed by scree. Walk through arid land towards Barafu Camp (4600 m) where you have the entire afternoon to rest before ascending
towards the summit.
Trekking Time: 2-4 hours 
Distance: 4 km
Altitude Gain: 600 m.
Meal Plan: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.
Accommodation: Barafu Camp
Room plan: Double Occupancy (2 people will share 1 tent)



We avoid walking too long in the heat of the sun today by starting around midnight, walking steeply upwards to the summit glaciers. You will be climbing scree for 5 to 6 hours but you gain incredible height over a short distance. The views are spectacular. You should be on the crater rim at Stella Point (5750 m) as the first rays of the sun emerge. Spectacular ice cliffs within the crater surround you and the views to Mawenzi peak and beyond are breathtaking. Another hour’s walk takes you to your goal, the summit of Uhuru (5896 m), the highest point; Uhuru means freedom in Swahili.
Trekking Time: 6-8 hours 

Distance: 7 km

Altitude Gain: 1296 m.

After a quick celebration and photos at the top, you will begin the descent by returning to Stella Point and then descending on scree slope back to Barafu Camp for breakfast and a short rest before finally heading down to Millennium Camp (3000 m) for a well-earned rest. On the descent, you will have fabulous views of the plains and Mawenzi peak.
Trekking Time: 6-8 hours 
Distance: 12 km
Altitude Loss: 289m.
Meal Plan: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.
Accommodation: Millennium Camp
Room plan: Double Occupancy (2 people will share 1 tent)



A gentle trek takes you down through the rainforest to the Mweka Gate (1640 m), where park formalities will be completed, you will be met by our vehicles, and receive your certificate of
ascent courtesy of the Kilimanjaro National Park Authority. Thereafter, drive back to Moshi where you can treat yourself to a well-earned shower and a cold beer or two.
Trekking Time: 4-5 hours 
Distance: 10 km 
Altitude Loss: 1360m.
Meal Plan: Breakfast and Lunch
Accommodation: Panama Garden Resort
Room plan: Double Occupancy 



For those people who will do the climb only they will have to say goodbye today ,We will transfer you from the hotel to Kilimanjaro International Airport (JRO), where you will fly back home.

Meal Plan: Breakfast. 





For those people who extend their trip to the wildlife safari, Today they will start by driving from Moshi to the Serengeti National Park, crossing the Masaai Steppe and the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, entering the Serengeti via Naabi Hill Gate. In the afternoon, will be doing game drives in Serengeti until late afternoon when you drive and check in to Tented Safari Camp for dinner and overnight. 

Meal Plan: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner. 

Accommodation: Embalakai Authentic Tented Camp or Similar Safari Lodge

Room plan: Double Occupancy



Wake up for a full day of game drives in the Serengeti plains with a picnic lunch taken at one of the designated sites, or if you wish, you can do an early morning game drive then go back to the lodge/tented camp for breakfast, then relax until in the afternoon. You can then go for a sunset game drives in the endless plain.

Meal Plan: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner. 

Accommodation: Embalakai Authentic Tented Camp or Similar Safari Lodge

Room plan: Double Occupancy



Area After breakfast in the morning, we drive back slowly through the Central Serengeti with game viewing on the way until Naabi Hill Gate where we check out of the Serengeti National Park. We drive down the Ngorongoro Crater walls to the Crater floor where we will spend the better part of the day doing game drives in this 8th wonder of the world also referred to as the Eden of Africa. Here we will get the chance to spot the animals that we might have missed at Serengeti with a little luck you can spot the Big 5 that is; Elephants, Lions, Leopards, Buffaloes, and Rhinos, in a single day’s game drive. Later in the evening, we will drive to Karatu overnight.

Meal Plan: Breakfast,Lunch and Dinner. 
Accommodation:  Eileen's Tree Inn or a similar lodge in Karatu
Room plan: Double Occupancy



After breakfast, we will drive to Tarangire National Park then we will register at the gate and continue with game drives for the rest of the day as we explore the African wilderness for the last day of our safari. This park is famous for its large populations of elephants and its gigantic age-old baobabs, but it has much more to offer in terms of many animals and birds that are resident to this park. We expect to see lions, cheetahs, warthogs, gazelles, dik-diks, the rare long-necked gerenuks, and many more. Later in the afternoon, we shall drive back to Hotel in Moshi where your safari ends.

Meal Plan: Breakfast and Lunch  
Accommodation: Panama Garden Resort
Room plan: Double Occupancy



We will transfer you from the hotel to Kilimanjaro International Airport (JRO), where you will fly back home. If you have more time, you can extend to Zanzibar but will require an additional cost.

Meal Plan: Breakfast


  • 2 ways transfer to and from Kilimanjaro airport.
  • Tanzania 18% VAT on tourism activities and park fees.
  • The Adequate and appropriate number of guides, porters, and cooks for your Trek.
  • Government taxes.
  • All park fees, camping fees, rescue fees, and team fees.
  • Transfers to and from the route gate(s) (2 transfers).
  • Sleeping mattress pad(s), dining tent(s), sleeping tent(s), and crew‟s equipment–Dining tent and sleeping tent for Kilimanjaro trek.
  • 2 nights in a hotel in Moshi on a Bed & Breakfast basis and Double Occupancy (1 night before trekking & 1 night after trekking).
  • 3 full fresh meals daily. We provide fresh food on the mountain in plentiful and well prepared by skilled professional cooker (we also
    consider your choice of food that you would prefer -Vegetarian and Non-Vegetarian). Menu especially designed for climbers.
  • Hot drinks on the mountain and Hot water for washing will be provided every day on the mountain.
  • 3-4 liters of mineral (per Climber) provided daily during the climb.
  • Portable toilets for the trek with the tent for Kilimanjaro trek.
  • Emergency evacuation covers with KiliMedAir  helicopter but the climber must have insurance which cover up to 6000 meters above the sea level.
  • Carbon Offset.
  • Hotel accommodation includes storage facilities for excess luggage during hikes.
  • Kilimanjaro National Park rescue fees (Kilimanjaro Rescue Team).
  • Chief guide carries a Pulse Ox meter, used to take blood-oxygen level readings of clients twice a day.
  • Emergency oxygen (for use in emergencies only – not as summit aid).
  • Basic first aid kit (for use in emergencies only).
  • Salaries for the mountain support crew, as per required by MINISTRY OF TOURISM AND NATURAL RESOURCES and KPAP.
  • Breakfast, lunch, and dinner, as well as hot drinks on the mountain.
  • Porter to carry your duffel bag, with a maximum weight of 15kg / 32 lbs, from one camp to the next camp.
  • Kilimanjaro National Park certificate for your successful summit attempt.
  • Visa fee (50 US$ /100 US$ for American or Irish Passport holders – to be paid upon arrival).
  • Tips.
  • Drinks and beverages in Hotel.
  • Personal hiking/trekking gear – you could rent some of the gear in Tanzania.
  • Sleeping bag.
  • Snacks, personal medicine, and water purifying tablets.
  • Meals and drinks not specified.
  • 4 days/3 nights  safari.
  • Transport and wildlife drives in modified 4 x 4 Land Cruiser with photographic roof hatch.
  • All meal per itinerary 3 nights’ accommodation in lodges and/or permanent tented camps as mentioned in the itinerary 1 night at hotel in Moshi after Safari on bed and breakfast.
  • Services of a professional English speaking safari guide.
  • All wildlife reserve entry fees All game drives as mentioned in the itinerary.
  • 03 x 1.5 mineral water per person/day during game drives.
  • 03 x Fullboard basis at safari lodges or tented camps as per itinerary.
  • Value Added Tax by Tanzania Revenue Authority.
  • Carbon offsetting.
  • International Flights Any domestic connection flights on arrival or departure.
  • All items of a personal nature Gratuities for safari guide and lodge staff (please tip separately).
  • Travel insurance if needed. Visa fee (50 US$ /100 US$ for American or Irish Passport holders – to be paid upon arrival).
  • Drinks and beverages in lodges.
  • Tip for the Driver, whereby the recommended tip for Safari Driver/Guide is $30-$50 per day per car.
  • Hot Air Balloon Safari at Serengeti National Park, including concession fees which cost $599 per person
  • Sleeping bag rental, Mountain Hardware Lamina, synthetic -30F, per trip $50.
  • Extra porter(Personal porter), for excess gear, costs $30 per day.
  • Trekking poles rental, telescopic, cost $20 per trip.
  • Single Supplement(Single Mountain Tent and Single Room) for the trekking only  cost $250 per person.
  • Single Supplement(Single Tented Safari Camp and Single Room) for the safari only  cost $450 per person.
  • Extra night at the hotel in Moshi costs $90 for Double Occupancy, $70 for single occupancy  on the bed and breakfast basis.
  • Guide - $15 to $20 per day.
  • Assistant Guide - $10 to $15 per day.
  • Cook - $10 to $15 per day.
  • Porters - $6 to $10 per day per porter.
  •  Safari Driver/Guide is $30-$50 per day per car
  • Price: US $2650 per person  to join the   Climb Only.

  • There will be  extension of  4 days Safari to Serengeti,Ngorongoro Crater and Tarangire  for those who will like to do the safari which cost US $2100 per  person.

  • Price: US $4750 per person for both Kilimanjaro Trek  and Safari.


We are doing ethical climbs and responsible Trekking; we believe the tourism the industry has an obligation and a great opportunity to protect the world‟s natural
habitats, cultural heritage sites, and communities. We actively promote environmental sustainability and social responsibility.
We are not doing cheap Climb, cheap climb means we are doing tourism while exploiting our Porters who are the ones who make Kilimanjaro trek possible for the vast majority of climbers, and who do all the heavy lifting. Fair and ethical treatment of our porters (crew) is one of the important priorities of  Eco-Africa Climbing when we do climb. We are proud to be a Partner of the Kilimanjaro Porters Assistance Project (KPAP). Please contact ([email protected]) to confirm this.
KPAP raises public awareness regarding the proper treatment of porters on Kilimanjaro and assists climbing companies with implementing procedures that
ensure fair and ethical treatment of their porters. Every of our climb is audited by KPAP to ensure crewmembers are provided proper salaries, tips procedure, food, equipment and sleeping conditions.

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