Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania
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What is Mount Kilimanjaro
Mount Kilimanjaro is a currently inactive strato-volcano in northern Tanzania, near the border with Kenya. At 5,895 metres (19,340 feet) above sea level, Kilimanjaro is Africa's highest peak and the world's highest free-standing mountain. As such - and aided by its relatively easy ascent - Kilimanjaro has become a major destination for mountaineers and trekkers from around the world.
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"Last January, amateur adventurer Vince Keipper realized a long-time goal when he trekked to the top of Tanzania's Mount Kilimanjaro."
"Mount Kilimanjaro is the Everest of Africa, with its summit close to the altitude of Mt. Everest's base camp."
"Last year, more than 25,000 trekkers traveled to 19,340-foot (5,895-meter) Mount Kilimanjaro hoping to bag the least technical of the world's Seven Summits."
"Behind the glacier are snowfields and the Northern Icefield Type Mountain glacier Location Mount Kilimanjaro , Tanzania."
"XX_PARAGRAPHBREAK_XX In this lesson, students will explore what it would be like to climb one of the Seven Summits, the highest mountains on each continent: Aconcagua, Denali, Mount Elbrus, Mount Everest, Mount Kilimanjaro, Puncak Jaya, and Vinson Massif."
"Kilimanjaro region is home to Mount Kilimanjaro."
"Although positioned close to the Equator (205 miles south), Mount Kilimanjaro is famous as Africa's snow-capped mountain looming over the plains of the savannah."
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We did not know what to expect when we booked our Cultural hike online at http://africanheart.com/ If there ever was a life changing travel experience, this was it. The hike itself took 3 days and some 60km through rural Tanzania. We had an excellent local Masai guide, who took us to his home and told many fascinating stories about their way of living and culture. We visited many sacred sites, villages and nature sights. This time it was for just the two of us (with guide, interpreter, cook and donkies to carry the supplies), which took some getting used to, but after a while it all felt ok. I would heartly recommend to anyone interested in the traditional ways of living and the people, not just the wildlife and Tanzanian nature parks (which, obviously, are absolutely breath taking)
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