9 Dias / 8 Noites Kilimanjaro Trekking, Via Machame Route9 Dias / 8 Noites Kilimanjaro Trekking, Via Machame Route9 Dias / 8 Noites Kilimanjaro Trekking, Via Machame Route
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África TanzâniaMoshi

9 Dias / 8 Noites Kilimanjaro Trekking, Via Machame Route

A rota Machame, também conhecida como a rota do uísque, é uma das rotas mais cênicas e a rota mais popular atualmente. Esta rota é mais usada do que outras rotas, mas mais extenuante e envolve acampar em acampamentos básicos durante a caminhada. O início desta rota envolve uma subida gradual através da floresta tropical, de 1800 a 3000 metros. As taxas de sucesso da cúpula são garantidas.

9 DAYS/8 NIGHT KILIMANJARO TREKKING VIA MACHAME ROUTE (7DAYS IN THE MOUNTAIN)

The Machame route, also known as the Whiskey route, is one of the most scenic routes and the most popular route nowadays. This route is more used than other routes, but more strenuous and involves camping at basic campsites throughout the trek. The start of this route involves a gradual climb through the rain forest, from 1800 to 3000 meters. The summit attempt is a long day, involving about 14 hours walking, most of it during the night.
The seven day Machame variation is the ideal schedule for this route. On the 7 day Machame route, the trek from Barranco to Barafu is broken up into two days, allowing for a short day just prior to the summit attempt. This is important because summit day begins very early, around midnight, so climbers are sleeping deprived going into the toughest day on the mountain. By having a short day beforehand, climbers can be better rested.
We highly recommended Machame 7 days for more times of acclimatization, which support easy way to get to the summit, the successes rates for this route is more than 95%

ACCOMMODATION
You will spend two nights in Moshi before and after the climb. The room would be shared in the hotel per two person but private rooms can be available based on a request. The tent would be shared in the mountain two persons per tent, but personal tent can also be provided based on a request.

DETAILED ITINERARY:

Day 1
You will meet and drive from Kilimanjaro International Airport (JRO) to your hotel in Moshi and rest for a while. Afterward, you will meet your guide for gear checking and briefing about the mountain. Also, your guide will go through your group camping gear and demonstrate the use and operation of all equipment, especially emergency oxygen cylinder and pulse ox meter and explain signs and symptoms of various mountain sicknesses which might happen while trekking.

Day 2: Hike to Machame Hut, 3000 meters/9840feet
You will drive for 1 hour from your hotel in Moshi to Machame gate for registrations and meet the rest of the team cook and porters ready for the climb. You will climb for 5 – 6 hours to walk for 11 kilometers/6 miles and you will cross rain forest. Also, during noon, you will break for picnic lunch and overnight at Machame hut.

Day 3: Hike from Machame Hut to Shira Cave Camp, 3750 meters/12300 feet
Today will be a short day but rather steep rocky trail and you will have hot lunch at the camp. It will be a slow hike with plenty of breaks and enough time to acclimatize. Most of the route is rather bare of vegetation providing a little shade from the sun because you will be in moorland zone. You will cross many ridges and see Shira peak and mount Meru on the west side. The total distances to cover will be 5km/3. Miles

Day 4: Hike from Shira Cave Camp to Lava tower (4600m/15091feet) then Baranco Camp, 3940 meters/12926feet
Today you will keep walking in the alpine desert for 10 kilometers for 6 – 8 hours. You will start with climbing over boulders and very few rocks, then steady uphill climb to lava tower (150 meters high volcanic plug that juts out the side of the mountain) and stop for lunch around noon. Some people may start to get a mild headache due to altitude changes. From lava tower, you will descend about 2 hours through dust and rock trail to your next overnight at Baranco Camp. The total distance to cover will be 10Km/ 6miles

Day 5: Hike from Baranco Camp to Karanga Camp, 3995 meters/13106 feet
Today, you are still in the Alpine desert and expect to walk for 6 kilometers/3.7 miles, about 4 – 5 hours. Start by scrambling up the great Baranco wall for about an hour and a half. In this wall, some section will be steep forcing you to use hands to reach and maneuver yourself around rock boulders like rock climbing, although it’s not as challenging as rock climbing.
At the top of the wall, you can see Baranco Valley and the campsite you spent a night before. Also, you will walk up and down to the Karanga Valley which is the last water point on the mountain and on top of the ridge will be your campsite where you will have hot lunch and overnight at Karanga Campsite.

Day 6: Hike from Karanga Camp to Barafu Camp, 4673 meters/15330 feet
Today will have another walking of 4 kilometers for 3 – 5 hours in steep up hills with a lot of boulders and shattered rock crossing the upper alpine desert. You will go through a steep ridge until you reach a rocky section more scrambling for about hour and a half. Your next camp will be on large rocky with steep cliff faces and you will have earlier dinner and sleep earlier because you have to wake up in the midnight for the summit. The total distance to cover will be 4kilometers /2.4 miles.

Day 7: Hike from Barafu camp to Uhuru peak 5895m/19340feet and descend to Mweka Hut, 3100 meters/10170 feet
You will wake up around 11:00pm, have some tea and snacks and dress up warm for the summit. You will start your summit around 12:00am starting with steep rocks for about 2 to 3 hours, and then you will start crossing the zigzag area and keep moving to the crater rim and finally Stella point, 5756 meters/18884feets around 06:00am. At Stella point, you will meet people from other routes like Marangu and Rongai route and join them heading to Uhuru peak about 1 hour from Stella point. You will be able to see the sunrise at Stella point or on your way to Uhuru or at Uhuru peak, and then you will stay for 10 – 15 minutes for pictures and view, and after, descend to Barafu Campsite for resting brunch and descend down to Mweka Camp. The total distances round trip to the summit and back to the base camp is 10kilometers /6.2Miles.

Dia 8: Portão Mweka, 1640 metros / 5380 pés
Hoje, após o café da manhã, você encontrará sua equipe do Kilimanjaro para fotos em grupo e canções do Kilimanjaro e, depois, descerá por 3 a 4 horas para percorrer as distâncias de 10 quilômetros e voltará para a floresta tropical seguindo até o fim. para Mweka portão e você vai cantar no livro de registro do parque nacional. Seu guia irá coletar certificados para aqueles que fizeram a conferência de sucesso e nós iremos para o seu hotel em Moshi para um longo banho e cerveja Kilimanjaro.

Dia 9: dia de partida ou junte-se aos safáris
Nós vamos levá-lo de volta ao Aeroporto Internacional de Kilimanjaro (JRO) para partidas ou se juntar a nós para safáris de tempo de vida.
NOTA; Esta rota também pode ser feita por 7 ou 6 dias, mas recomendamos fortemente 7 dias para fornecer mais tempo para a aclimatação. Desde que você tem mais tempo para aclimatação, a taxa de sucesso é muito alta acima de 95%.

- O que você vai fazer

O Kilimanjaro é a montanha mais alta do mundo e a montanha mais alta da África, com trekking e cúpula, você já estará pronto em uma das 7 cimeiras do mundo. Além disso, durante as caminhadas, você conhecerá as pessoas locais e as conhecerá diretamente. e também você vai se cruzar com várias zonas ecológicas de montanha enquanto experimenta as várias mudanças climáticas.

- O que esperar

Espere o seguinte enquanto caminha
Tempo imprevisível
Atravessando várias zonas ecológicas
Conhecer as pessoas locais, como guias, cozinheiro e porteiros
Cume a montanha mais alta da África 5895m
Dormir na tenda / Camping
Várias deliciosas refeições

- O que está incluido

2 noites de hospedagem em Moshi
6 noites de acampamento
Translado do aeroporto na chegada e no dia da partida com base no Aeroporto Internacional de Kilimanjaro (JRO)
Todos os equipamentos de camping, como tenda de dormir, bagunça, cadeiras de camping e mesa
Todos os impostos do governo
Todas as taxas de entrada e campismo do parque
Todas as transferências de Moshi para Kilimanjaro National Park e de volta para Moshi
Cilindro de oxigênio de emergência
Oxímetro de pulso
Amref esfolando médicos
Refeições e refrigerantes conforme itinerário
Salários de guia, cozinheiro e porteiros
Toalete móvel privado

- O que não está incluido

Extra durante a noite no hotel
Documentos de imunização (febre amarela recomendada)
Vôos internacionais e locais
Equipamento pessoal, como bota, mochila, saco de dormir, etc.
Despesas pessoais
Dicas para a tripulação do Kilimanjaro (recomendado)
Seguros de viagem
Taxas de visto (100 USD para americanos e 50 USD para não americanos)
Bagagem extra acima de 15kgs
Aumento subjetivo de impostos governamentais

- Transferes

Vamos buscá-lo a partir do aeroporto internacional de Kilimanjaro (JRO) e unidade para o seu hotel em Moshi, Também depois de subir, vamos de carro a partir de Moshi para o aeroporto internacional de Kilimanjaro (JRO) para as partidas.

- FAQ

Where is Kilimanjaro located ?
Kilimanjaro is located 330km from Equator in northern Tanzania East Afriica
How Many Days do I Need to climb Kilimanjaro?
There are minimum days recommended for each route or combination of routes. The more days you spend on the mountain, the better your chances for successfully reaching the summit. Statistics show that each additional day you spend acclimatizing increases your probability of success. Do not book the minimum number of days. Chances are, you will not enjoy your climb nor will you reach the top. Again, the guide’s advice will come in handy

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