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Kilimanjaro Scheduled Group Treks2019-02-24T20:28:09-07:00

Kilimanjaro Group Treks

For those who would like to climb Kili and who are traveling solo or with just a few people, an economical (and fun!) way to do this is to join one of our scheduled group departures. We offer two different route choices:
Classic Machame Route – 6 night itinerary – 6 days/5 nights on the mountain
Shira Grand Traverse – 8 night itinerary – 8 days/7 nights on the mountain

KILIMANJARO GROUP TREK – MACHAME (WHISKEY) ROUTE

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Total package length is 7 days & 6 nights including 5 nights camping on the mountain + 1 night BB (bed & breakfast) at a lodge in Arusha (one night before the trek)

Note: Minimum of 2 climbers to guarantee the departure

Email us for a detailed itinerary, availability & pricing

Download Machame Route Brochure

Dates for the Machame (Whiskey) Route group trek:

SEASONDATES 
2019Mon 17 Jun – Sun 23 Jun
2019Sun 30th June – Sat 6th July
2019Sat  13 July -Fri  19th July
2019Sat 10 August –  Fri 16 August
2019Sat 31 Aug – Fri 6th September
2019Sun 29 September – Sat 05 October
SEASONDATES 
2020Sat 4th January – Fri 10th January
2020Sat 18th January – Fri 24th January
2020Tue 4th February – Mon 10th February
2020Sat 15th February – Fri 21st February
2020Sat 29th February – Fri 6th March
2020Sat 20th June – Fri 26th June
2020Sat 25th July – Fri 31st July
2020Sat 8th August – Fri 14th August
2020Sat 22nd August – Fri 28th August
2020Sat 5th September – Fri 11th September
2020Sat 19th September – Fri 25th September
2020Sat 3rd October – Fri 9th October

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KILIMANJARO GROUP TREK – SHIRA (GRAND TRAVERSE) ROUTE, VIA THE REMOTE NORTHERN CIRCUIT

Total package length is 9 days & 8 nights including 7 nights camping on the mountain + 1 night BB (bed & breakfast) at a lodge in Arusha (one night before the trek)

Email us for a detailed itinerary, availability & pricing

Download Shira Route Brochure 

Dates for the Shira (Grand Traverse) Route group trek:

SEASONDATES 
2019Mon 10  Jun- Tue 18 Jun
2019Tue 25 Jun – Wed 03 July
2019Wed 3rd July – Thu 11 July
2019Sun 28 July – Mon 5 August
2019Thu 8 August – Fri 16 August
2019Sat 31 August -Sun 8 September
2019Sat 7  September-  Sun 15 September
2019Fri 4 October – Sat 12 October
2019/2020Sat 28 December, 2019 – Sun 5 January, 2020
SEASONDATES 
2020Sat 11th January – Sun 19th January
2020Sat 25th January – Sun 2nd February
2020Fri  7th February – Fri 15th February
2020Sat 8th February – Sun 16th February
2020Sat 22nd February – Sun 1st March
2020Sat 7th March – Sun 15th March
2020Sat 27th June – Sun 5th July
2020Tue 21st July – Wed 29th July
2020Sat 1st August – Sun 9th August
2020Sat 15th August – Sun 23rd August
2020Sat 29th August – Sun 6th September
2020Sat 12th September – Sun 20th September
2020Sat 26th September – Sun 4th October
2020Sat 10th October – Sun 18th October

Note: Minimum of 2 climbers to guarantee the departure.

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Nature Discovery were a phenomenal outfit: professional, knowledgeable and excellent fun. We climbed in a huge group to set a Guinness World Record for the highest altitude football game ever played (Equal Playing Field) but the silent heros and heroines were Nature Discovery crew. Every single individual, from the guides to the porters to the cooks to the sanitary crew made our dreams come true. If you want an ethical, professional, well managed, fun loving outfit, go with Nature Discovery!

Maggie Murphy UK

Wow, what a great experience! The final walk up the summit ridge was a just an amazing feeling and luckily, weather conditions on the top cleared up after starting from School Hut in lightly falling snow.

Everything ran like a well-oiled machine. We just couldn’t fault it! We really liked the team approach across porters and guiding staff.  I know that these things don’t just happen and you should be proud of your staff and their efforts. Would I recommend a Nature Discovery Kili trek to friends and family – absolutely! That to me is always the test after completing something like this.

Your advice as to the Shira Plateau route was spot on. Excellent to get the necessary acclimatization time in and nobody suffered from altitude sickness. Having experience that at Everest Base Camp, I was very pleased (and relieved) to come through unscathed this time.

Some specific comments:

Hire gear was great.

Food was exceptional, both as to variety, quality and quantity. Our chef, Felisiana August was superb and turned out meals of a consistently high standard. Both the menu design was excellent and we were continually surprised as our waiter Good Luck announced each evening what we were having.

Guide team: Onest Mtui is the sort of person you just trust and respect. Quietly spoken, very knowledgeable, and as we headed up the mountain on summit day with the ground covered in snow, you just knew that he was right on top of his game. Excellent man and we all really enjoyed his company.

Assistant guide William Bwenje is someone that you need to keep in mind when you are looking to promote new head guides. Both Michael and I were impressed with his depth and maturity. He anticipated problems, worked with people who needed assistance, demonstrated really good leadership qualities and has a very good grasp of English. The overall caliber of your people on our trek was just superb.

So in summary, I must compliment you and all the team on a job well done.

Ian Walker UK

Nature Discovery was very efficient at organising my trek, I dealt directly with them rather than a travel agent. Whilst on the trek, the team of guides and porters were professional, knowledgeable and enjoyable to spend time with. An amazing experience all round. Thank you.

Lisa Huitson Australia

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