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Combine Lemosho Route & Tanzania Safari

  • 14 Days, 13 Nights (Reviews) Code: CKMR&NTS14 $4,260

Tour Description

14-days Kilimanjaro Climb and safari Is the best Private tour take you to the highest peak of Mount Kilimanjaro in 8 days Lemosho route combined with 6 days wildlife safari. For wildlife safari you will visit famous game parks of northern Tanzania like Serengeti, ngorongoro, lake manyara and tarangire park.

Additional Info

  • Location Northern Tanzania
  • Duration 14 days
  • Min Age 15+
  • Max People 2+


Day 1 Moshi – Londorossi Gate (2100m) – Forest camp (2750m)

Distance: 6 km
Hiking Time:3-4 hours Habitat: Rain Forest

After breakfast at your hotel, your guide will brief you on the day. You will drive to Londorossi Park Gate (2100m). In the village near Londorossi where you will complete entry formalities. Then drive to the Lemosho trailhead (another hour to reach the trailhead). Upon arrival at trailhead, we eat lunch, then commence through undisturbed forest which winds to the first camp site.


Day 2: Forest Camp (2750m) – Shira 1 Camp (3540m)

Hiking time: 5.5 hours
Habitat: Moorland
Distance: 8 km
We continue on the trail leading out of the forest and into a savannah of tall grasses, heather, and volcanic rock draped with lichen beards. As we ascend through the lush rolling hills and cross several streams, we reach the Shira Ridge before dropping gently down to Shira 1 camp. The view of Kibo from across the plateau is amazing.


Day 3: Shira 1 (3540m) – Shira 2 (3840m)- Moir Hut (4114

Hiking time: 5-7 hours

Distance: Approximately 15 kilometers
Habitat: moorland
This spectacular camp we will be going to today is located beneath the Northern Ice Fields of Kilimanjaro. It is a gentle walk east toward Kibo’s glaciered peak, across the plateau which leads to Shira 2 camp on moorland meadows by a stream. Then we continue to Moir Hut, a little used site on the base of Lent Hills. A variety of walks are available on Lent Hills making this an excellent acclimatization opportunity. Shira is one of the highest plateaus on earth.


Day 4: Moir Hut ( 4114)- Lava Tower ( 4600)-Barranco Camp (3950m)

Distance: Approximately 7 kilometers

Habitat: Semi Desert
From Moir hut, we continue to the east up a ridge, passing the junction towards the peak of Kibo. As we continue, our direction changes to the South East towards the Lava Tower, called the “Shark’s Tooth.” Shortly after the tower, we come to the second junction which brings us up to the Arrow Glacier at an altitude of 16,000ft. We now continue down to the Barranco Hut at an altitude of 13,000ft. Here we rest, enjoy dinner, and overnight. Although you end the day at the same elevation as when you started, this day is very important for acclimatization and will help your body prepare for summit day.


Day 5: Barranco Camp (3950m) – Karanga Camp (4235m))

Hiking time: 4-5 hours

Distance: Approximately 5 kilometers
Habitat: Alpine desert
This is a short hiking day meant for acclimatization. After an early morning breakfast, it is now time to conquer the Great Barranco Wall! Although it may look intimating at first glance, hikers state that this Class 2 hike is usually much easier th an they anticipated. At the top of the Wall, you will have a view of Heim Glacier and will be above the clouds. The trail then winds up and down in the Karanga Valley. You will spend the night at Karanga Camp (3950m) and enjoy dinner and washing at the site.


Day 6:Karanga Camp (4235m) – Barafu Hut (4600)

Hiking time: 3-4 hours
Distance: Approximately 4 kilometers
Habitat: Alpine desert
After breakfast, you will begin your ascent. The trail intersects with the Mweka Route, which is the trail used to descend on the final two days. As you continue hiking for an hour, you will reach Barafu Hut. This is the last water stop for the porters because there is no accessible water at Barafu Camp (4550m). The word “barafu” in Swahili means “ice” and this camp is located on a rocky, exposed ridge. Tents will be exposed to wind and rocks so it is important for hikers to familiarize themselves with the campsite before dark. An early dinner will be served so hikers can rest before attempting the summit the same night. Your guide will brief you in detail on how to prepare for summit night. Get to sleep by 19:00!


Day 7: summit attempt Barafu Camp (4600m) – Uhuru Peak (5895m) – Mweka (3100m)

Hiking time: 8 hours to reach Uhuru Peak,
7-8 hours to descend to Mweka
Distance: Approximately 7 kilometers ascent and 23 kilometers descent
Habitat: Stone scree and ice-capped summit
Your guide will wake you around 23:30 for tea and biscuits. You will then begin your summit attempt. The route heads northwest and you will ascend over stone scree. During the ascent, many hikers feel that this is the most mentally and physically challenging part of the climb. In about 6 hours, you will reach Stella Point (5685m), located on the crater rim. After enjoying the magnificent sunrise, you will continue ascending for about 2 hours on a snow-covered trail to Uhuru Peak (5895m). Reaching the summit of Mt. Kilimanjaro is a lifetime accomplishment! You will be able to spend a short time on the summit taking photographs and drinking tea before the descent to Barafu begins. The hike down to Barafu Camp takes about 3 hours.
At camp, you will rest and enjoy a hot lunch in the sun. After eating, you will continue descending down to Mweka Hut (3100m). The Mweka Trail will lead you through the scree and rocks to the moorland and eventually into the rain forest. Mweka Camp (3100m) is located in the upper rain forest, so fog and rain should be expected. You will have a dinner, wash, and rest soundly at camp.


Day 8:Mweka Camp (3100m) – Mweka Gate (1980m)

Hiking time: 3 hours

Distance: Approximately 15 kilometers
Habitat: Forest

Following a well-deserved breakfast, your staff will have a big celebration full of dancing and singing. It is here on the mountain that you will present your tips to the guide, assistant guides, chef(s), and porters. After celebrating, you will descend for three hours back to Mweka Gate. The National Park requires all hikers to sign their names to receive certificates of completion. Hikers who reached Stella Point (5685m) receive green certificates and hikers who reached Uhuru Peak (5895m) receive gold certificates. After receiving certificates, you will drive back to Moshi/Arusha for long overdue showers and more celebrations.


Day 9:Safari to Tarangire National Park.

In the morning you will have your breakfast, later depart to Tarangire. On our arrival there we will have an afternoon game drive. After lunch in one of the picnic site, proceed with safari drive until evening. Dinner and overnight will be served at the lodge.


Day 10: Safari to Serengeti National Park.

An early start of your day you will have your breakfast along with wonderful sounds of beautiful species of birds all around you. You will then depart on the way to Serengeti national park. It is long safari on dust and rough road. At instant of reaching to the main gate you will have lunch, later followed by game in the park until evening. Dinner and overnight will be at lodge.


Day 11: Full Day Serengeti .

There you will have a full day tour starts by early morning tour drive then followed by a long afternoon drive. Game drive will be together with a picnic lunch in Serengeti. The park is famous for having remarkable migrating Wildebeest together with large population of depredation within the kopjes..


Day 12: Safari to Ngorongoro Crater.

Early rise depart with picnic breakfast. Then head for early morning game drive in the plain of Serengeti. After lunch break depart to Ngorongoro conservation area. You will have option to pass through Masai Boma for cultural tour. Later proceed on the way to the lodge for long resting before an overnight.


Day 13: Safari to Manyara National Park.

An early rise of your new day, you will have breakfast later drive to the crater rim on the way to the floor for game viewing. It will take us up to lunch time. There after drive out proceed to lake Manyara ready for resting and overnight.


Day 14: Safari to Moshi/ Arusha.

Have an early rise early in the morning. An enjoyed morning breakfast then get ready with your stuff for the game drive in Lake Manyara national park. The park is famous by having underground origin forest and presence of two habitats (terrestrials and Aquatic). This tends to harbor large diversity of animals. The game drive will end in afternoon. This followed by journey to Moshi ready for your flight back home or safari to another destination. The End of 14-days Kilimanjaro Trekking and Safari.

Price Includes

  1. Transport and wildlife drives in modified 4WD Land Cruiser or Land Rover with photographic roof hatch
  2. Professional English speaking safari guide
  3. All wildlife reserve entry fees
  4. All game drives as mentioned
  5. Nature Walk at Ngorongoro
  6. Camping equipment (tents, mattresses, chairs, tables – pls bring your own sleeping bag)
  7. Overnights at public campsites
  8. 3 meals per day prepared by an experienced safari chef
  9. Mineral water with picnic lunches
  10. Kilimanjaro National Park entrance, camping/hut and rescue fees
  11. Professional Up to date wilderness first responder trained guide or equivalent Assistance Guide
  12. Gamow bag (portable hyperbaric chamber)
  13. Comprehensive vital sign monitoring
  14. 3 person expedition tents (2 clients/tent)
  15. Mountaineering mattress
  16. Purified water while on the mountain
  17. Large portions of fresh, healthy, nutritious food
  18. Fair and ethical treatment of porters
  19. Salary for the porters,Salary for the Guides,Salary for the Cooks
  20. Government taxes
  21. VAT 18% on park entrance fees

Price Excludes

  1. All items of a personal nature
  2. Gratuities for safari guide
  3. Travel insurance
  4. Visa fees
  5. Sleeping bag
  6. Laundry
  7. Drinks & beverages
  8. Tips to drivers (highly recommended)


With almost a quarter of this vast country dedicated to wildlife reserves and national parks, Tanzania is justifiably regarded as Africa’s premier safari destination. It’s one of my favourite countries, not just for the bush, beaches and big peaks, but also for the genuine warmth and friendliness of its people.


"The capital of safari in word and deed" The Northern Circuit boasts what is surely the most celebrated park on the continent, the Serengeti, and few feelings will ever compare to the incredible moment when I saw a cheetah chase down a gazelle across the seemingly endless plains of this great wilderness, without another car in sight. Aside from playing host to the annual wildebeest migration, the Serengeti also boasts one of the largest lion populations in Africa. In fact, Tanzania is home to almost 40% of Africa’s entire lion population.

Jhone Joan

I can't praise the guides, chefs and porters enough. Everything was perfect. Tent and sleeping bag (which I rented) were in great condition, warm and were always prepared when we got to camp each day.I would highly recommend Mori Tours & Safaris to anyone considering climbing Kili.

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