Kilimanjaro Mountain Resort

Address: Kyalla - Marangu West, Kilimanjaro National Park, Tanzania | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Kyalla - Marangu West, Kilimanjaro National Park, is near Arusha National Park, Kilwa Kisiwani, Songo Mnara, and Laetoli Footprints.
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Travel Blogs from Kilimanjaro National Park

An unforgettable climb up Mt Kilimanjaro

A travel blog entry by sharonandjim on Oct 22, 2014

11 comments, 65 photos

... everything possible to give ourselves the best shot at getting to the top. Edward kept telling us, 'If you think you can do it you will' and 'If others can, why not you' and 'Water is the medicine of the mountain.' It was also on day three that Edward realised how much I wanted to get to the top. He said to Jim, ' Your wife is determined to reach the top, isn't she?' Well, he had me there. Determined was an understatement. I really, really wanted to do this!!!! It truly was one ...

Day 8: Base camp

A travel blog entry by tautological on Aug 11, 2014

1 photo

... only ones who don't get altitude sickness! I've really enjoyed walking up this mountain, I often overtake porters as I bound up the mountain like a sheep on drugs. Zoe says she has not enjoyed it at all. Perhaps explains why my world famous jokes don't even elicit a s******. Must work harder. I'm still a happy chappy tho, like the Irishman who got struck by lightning climbing up here said 'attitude before altitude'. Idiot. Zoe: it was a long walk today, apparently only supposed to be ...


A travel blog entry by dentalvagabond on Jul 29, 2014

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... of rain in the Rift Valley during the last year. The lake doesn't drain so the level keeps rising. Even the former main gate of the park is now standing in the water along with a bunch of acacia trees. It made me feel really sad. Not because I was missing out on the flamingos but because I think it's a real pity. Everybody is talking about global warming but I never really understood until I saw this place and ...


A travel blog entry by ashwini_bhat on Jan 30, 2014

24 photos

... in a pile along the way which are meant to transport people immobilized by acute mountain sickness. We were very thankful that we hadn’t landed up on one of those. On the way down we spoke to Samson about his life as a guide and the challenges. Seems an aspiring guide has to climb to Uruhu from Barafu and return back in 3 hours flat to qualify as a guide. Out of some 8 odd thousand guides there are only 5 or 6 women guides. Also according to doctors a person can work in ...

Day2 : Machame camp (2980m) - Shira camp (3840m)

A travel blog entry by ashwini_bhat on Jan 27, 2014

2 comments, 65 photos

... Michael did an extra round of enquiries about our physical well being and reminded us to drink lots of water and take Diamox. My fellow trekkers who were not on Diamox had little headaches at this point.
We were told that next day we would be climbing to a high point of 4600+ metres and descending to camp at a lower point of 3950 metres. In climbing they always say climb high and sleep low – for better acclimatization.