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  • Passport

  • Yellow fever certificate

  • Tanzania Visa

  • Medical insurance

  • Address book

  • Vaccination records

  • Airline tickets

  • Cash, travellers cheques, credit cards

  • Maps, guidebooks

  • Make copies of passport, Tanzania visa, airline tickets/schedule, travellers cheques numbers. Leave a copy with someone at home and put a copy in a separate place in your luggage.

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  • Sturdy, comfortable shoes, preferrably waterproof. 

  • Tennis shoes or sandals for lounging in the evening

  • Comfortable, breathable socks


  • The warmed jacket / puff (synthetic winterizer or down) 

  • Moisture-proof and windproof jacket and pants (better Gorteks)

  • 1Sweatpants (wool / polartek / fleece, thermal underwear)

  • Warm sweater or jacket (Polartek / fleece)

  • Thin sweater (wool / polartek / fleece, thermal underwear)

  • Long-sleeve shirt

  • T-shirts with long sleeves, for exits2-3 pieces

  • Shorts, sports pants for trekking (trousers are better for exits)

  • Warm socks or wool socksTwo pairs

  • Thin socks2-3 pairs

  • Headdress from the sun (cap, panama)

  • Warm hat (wool / polartek)

  • Face / balaclava mask (with strong cold wind)

  • Mittens are warm (sinteponovye / down) moisture-proof and windproof

  • Thin gloves (wool / polartek)

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  • Water bottles, and water purification tablets or purifier

  • Bottled water is also available for purchase on safari

  • Sun hat with brim

  • Sunglasses

  • Bandana (for dust, etc.)

  • Money ($400 or more in cash and/or travellers cheques, including some small U.S., Euro, or Tanzanian bills)

  • Headlamp or flashlight

  • Camera, film/disks, mini-tripod

  • Video camera, tapes

  • Maps, guidebooks

  • Batteries

  • Binoculars

  • Notebook, pencil, and pen

  • Pocket knife

  • Electricity adapter

  • Energy bars, hard candy, snacks, and comfort foods

  • Playing cards, games, books, frisbee, football, kite

  • Chocolate or pens for village children, momentos for guides and other travellers

  • Umbrella, particularly useful in the rainy season, can be purchased in the market for around $ 2

  • Plastic bags and zip-lock bags for waterproofing

  • Sewing kit

  • Salt, pepper, spices for bland food

  • Business cards

  • Alarm clock

  • Calculator (for currency conversion)

  • Swim suit for hotel swimming poo

fist aid kit for Kilimanjaro


  • Toilet paper (and baggie to carry used paper while walking)

  • Small towel

  • Soap

  • Toothbrush and toothpaste

  • Handi-wipes (moist towelettes for cleaning)

  • Hand sanitizer

  • Lotion

  • Glasses, contacts, solution

  • Comb, mirror

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Throughout many years of providing this service to clients, we have gained the experience and expertise necessary to make this process as seamless as possible. If you have any questions, simply reach out.

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