Lemosho Route 8 days "VIP" specification
The Lemosho Route is perhaps the most successful route on the mountain in that for many years it was the quietest and most scenic. Certainly as the route has gained popularity the footfall has increased, but the ascent profile opportunities can not be denied. We have our own way of doing this 8 day variant, our guides are skilled in the art of crafting excellent experiences and managing routing to keep you away from the crowds and make sure we visit the more remote spots. Our Mt Kilimanjaro teams have been together for nearly 20 years, without question Mt Kilimanjaro is our speciality - it's where we were born from. Our extensive training, education, community and development programs ensure that we offer safe, sustainable and ethical opportunities and pioneer models that set the standard both on and off the mountain. A founding member of KPAP www.kiliporters.org is just one way we demonstrate our values.
Simply put we are the "A-Team" for mountain climbing on Mt Kilimanjaro
Everest Base Camp & Lobuche East
For many years we have worked in the high Himalaya, demonstrating the practices we learned on Mt Kilimanjaro and offering education, welfare, sustainable employment and commitment to building better adventures with our Nepali team. We have a full service outfitting base in Kathmandu that houses our signature standard base of operations and local team. We work hand in hand with local partners to ensure that we have the best guides, crew, equipment and training for our adventures. For many trekking to Everest base camp is a dream come true, we like to go a bit further for those that want to gain solid technical skills in a controlled environment and build on their climbing knowledge and add in a summit of Lobuche East Peak. Loubuche East is an incredible climb that rewards summiteers with the most breathtaking views of the Khumbu Valley and the majestic giants surrounding it. Views of Mt Everest and Ama Dablaam are spectacular at sunrise. On this trip we pass through Gokyo and the Cho La Pass using family guest houses and a network of small independent homesteads that through the years we've supported. Keeping our teams small and using independent owners means that our trips benefit the communities we visit.