How much does it cost to climb Kilimanjaro?


How much does it cost to climb Kilimanjaro?

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  1. If you’ve already done a bit of research, you’d already know by now that climbing Kilimanjaro can’t possibly be cheap. Although prices vary depending on the route, the group size, the level of service and the package deal from different tour operators, a climb can cost you anything from $1500 to $4000. Some companies offer more than that or maybe even a lot cheaper than $1500, but that’s something you really have to be mindful of.

    Kilimanjaro National Park entrance fees, camping/hut fees plus Tanzanian taxes by far make up the largest chunk of the expense, costing about $200 per climber per day. This fee covers the conservation fees, camping or hut fees, guide and porter entrance fees, rescue fees and 18% VAT. Other additional but relevant expenses include staff wages (from porters to guides to the chef), transportation, food, administrative costs and, if applicable, camping gears and equipment.
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