Exodus Kilimanjaro Tours (Tanzania) Reviews
Description:Sightseeing Type: Tours / Safari tours and climbs in Tanzania.
Newest Review: ... the tax you pay to enter the national park. This is around 600 US Dollars to be paid on top of the cost of the rest of the trip. GEAR For this trip you need a four season sleeping bag, a good set of walking shoes or hiking boots, a day sack with capacity around 30 litres, a head torch, a good coat for the summit day, a good pair of gloves, a warm hat (or two), at least one 1 litre drinks ... more
Customer Exodus Kilimanjaro Tours (Tanzania) Reviews (1)
by - written on 19/05/09 (Very useful, 213 readings)
I went on an Exodus tour to Kilimanjaro during my gap year (summer 2007). I was looking for something that would be more challenging than just throwing on a backpack and picking a continent. The concept really appealed to me- to be able to say that I've stood on the highest point of the African continent sounded like something worth talking about when I would be making friends at university. COST The cost of the trip was at the time £1500, although this included flights and I think due to the increase in flight costs the price has now gone up slightly. Anyway, this money got me return flights from Heathrow to Nairobi and return flights from Nairobi to ... Read the complete review
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