To find a date for your proposed trek, please enter a date in the following format.
Example: "1st December 2021".
Alternatively, to see what's available in the month you want to climb, simply type the month into the search box.
If you've decided on a route and want to see available dates for that route, simply filter by route. Example: "Umbwe Route".
Our standard maximum group size is 10 trekkers (except where augmentation is requested by private groups). However, please note that "0 Spots" availability indicates either a fully booked climb, or a private climb that the group has requested should not be opened to others.
|Package Reference Code||Climb start||Climb Ends||Route||Days||Booked||Availability|
|LR07||25 August 2021||31 August 2021||Lemosho Route||7 Days||3 PAX||0 Spots|
|NC08||27 August 2021||03 September 2021||Northern Curcuit||8 Days||1 PAX||0 Spots|
|NC09||01 October 2021||09 October 2021||Northern Curcuit||9 Days||1 PAX||9 Spots|
|UR07||31 October 2021||06 November 2021||Umbwe Route||7 Days||3 PAX||0 Spots|
|RR07||01 November 2021||07 November 2021||Rongai Route||7 Days||2 PAX||0 Spots|
|LR08||14 December 2021||21 December 2021||Lemosho Route||8 Days||5 PAX||0 Spots|
|LR08*WB||05 January 2022||12 January 2022||Lemosho Route Western Breach||8 Days||3 PAX||7 Spots|
|LR07||20 January 2022||27 January 2022||Lemosho Route||7 Days||1 PAX||9 Spots|
|MCR06||03 February 2022||08 February 2022||Machame Route||6 Days||3 PAX||7 Spots|
|MRR06||04 May 2022||09 May 2022||Marangu Route||6 Days||1 PAX||9 Spots|
|LR09||8 July 2022||16 July 2022||Lemosho Route (Crater Camping)||9 Days||1 PAX||9 Spots|
|LR07||14 July 2022||20 July 2022||Lemosho Route||7 Days||3 PAX||7 Spots|
Please plan to arrive into Tanzania on the day prior to the climb start date, or earlier, and to depart on the day following the climb end date, or later.
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