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Sunday, June 25, 2017

Kilimanjaro Trekking Tours by BABA Kilimanjaro Tour & Safaris

Situated near the town of Moshi in northern Tanzania, Mount Kilimanjaro rises from the dry plains, through a wide belt of forest and high alpine heath to an almost bare desert and finally the snow capped summit, Uhuru Peak, just 3 degrees south of the Equator.



One of the world's highest free standing mountains, Mt. Kilimanjaro is composed of three extinct volcanoes: Kibo 5895 m (19340 ft.), Mawenzi 5149 m (16896 ft.), and Shira 3962 m (13000 ft.).

The name itself is shrouded in mystery. It might mean Mountain of Light, Mountain of Greatness or Mountain of Caravans. The local people, the Wachagga, call the whole massif- "Kilemakyaro" meaning "Our Mountain" with its highest point only Kipoo (now known as Kibo or Uhuru Peak) for the familiar snowy peak that stands imperious, as overseer of the continent and the summit of Africa.

Kilimanjaro is one of the world's most accessible high summits, a beacon for visitors from around the world. Most climbers reach the crater rim with little more than a walking stick, proper clothing and determination. And those who reach Uhuru Point, the actual summit, or Gillman's Point on the lip of the crater, will have earned their climbing certificates and the accompanying memories.


There are 5 principal routes to the summit Kilimanjaro. Click on any of the links below to read about each route.
Other famous mountains in Tanzania are Mount Meru, located in Arusha, and Mount Oldonyo Lengai, which is located on the East Africa rift valley. We're able to take you to the summit of either of these as well. nsexpeditions.com

Giving Back to Our Community:-
BABA KILIMANJARO believes in giving back to the community by helping support local schools in need.

 A portion of our proceeds is donated to local schools to improve education. Donations help provide supplies for schools and tuition for poor families. While visiting in Tanzania, we welcome you to visit the school we have been helping for the last few years.

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

The Swahili International. Tourism Expo (SITE) Tanzania-Mlimani City by Tanzania Tourism Board


TheSwahili International. Tourism Expo (SITE)




By Mr. G.Tengeneza (TANZANIA TOURIST BOARD)

The Swahili International. Tourism Expo (S!TE) preparatory committee has held its first meeting at the Tanzania Tourist Board headquarters in which the roles of sub-committees and stakeholders were established and discussed.


The meeting was attended by delegates from different institutions considered to stakeholders that have significant roles to play in making the event a success. The committee members attended the meeting were from. Regional Commissioner Office, Tanzania Revenue Authority, Immigration department, Police, Tourism Confederation of Tanzania (TCT), Hotel Keepers Association of Tanzania , Kinondoni Municipal, Dar es Salaam City Council and the host the Tanzania Tourist Board.

The expo which is coordinated by the Tanzania Tourist Board in collaboration with Pure Grit project and Exhibition Management Company from South Africa is scheduled to take place at Mlimani City in Dar es Salaam from 1st to 4th October this year and is expected to draw a good number of exhibitors from all over the world.

The S!TE will definitely be a unique platform for Tanzania tourism stakeholders to market a country as a tourism destination as well as promoting their products and services international.




  



1 The Acting Managing Director of Tanzania Tourist Board (TTB), Devota Mdachi opening the 1st National S!TE Committee Meeting which held at TTB Headquarter.










        The TTB's Tourism and Service Manager, Mr. Phillip Chitaunga as a Coordinator of S!TE Tanzania elaborating some issues to the members during the of S!TE committee meeting. — at TTB's board room.
 








         Among the other tourism stakeholder, Lathifa k. Sykes, the CEO of the Hotel Keepers Association (HAT) contributing some ideas during the meeting.
 








1   The Chairperson, Devota Mdach and the Cordinator of S!TE, Phillip Chitaunga listening to Rosemary Mukulas from Kinondoni Municipal.
 

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