Kibosho Mashariki

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9 travelers at this place:

  • Day7

    Day 7: Is day 6 at the Kili adventure

    February 8 in Tanzania ⋅ 🌬 27 °C

    Time to go home! All I want is to take those shoes off, sleep in a proper bed, wash my clothes and enjoy a hot shower.

    After reaching Uhuru Peak, we had to walk all the way back. About 4 hours of walking downhill back to Barafu Camp. And after a hot lunch, we also had to walk downhill to High Camp (3,950m) - leaving the high altitude. So yesterday was tough 💪🦸🏼‍♀️!

    But today we finished the Kili adventure. 6 more hours of hiking downhill and we arrived at Mweka Gate (1,640m) - the finishing line of Machame Route.
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  • Day7

    Day 6 Ascent : Barafu camp – Mweka

    July 6, 2018 in Tanzania ⋅ ⛅ 19 °C

    Day 6 Ascent : Barafu camp - – Mweka (3100m)

    Barafu camp (4600m) – Uhuru Peak (5895m) – Mweka (3100m)

    After lunch we continued our descend down to Mweka Hut (3100m) through the scree and rocks to the moorland and eventually into the rain forest. Mweka Camp (3100m) is located in the upper rain forest, with fog and rain.

    See the one wheel stretcher for people who are immobile.

    Big dinner with Cake, Gin and whiskey

    Edwardo baked us a cake to celebrate
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  • Day8

    Day 7 Mweka camp - Arusha

    July 7, 2018 in Tanzania ⋅ ⛅ 21 °C

    Day 7 Mweka camp (3100m) – Mweka Gate (1980m) - Arusha

    Hiking time: 3 hours

    Distance: Approximately 15 kilometers

    Habitat: Forest

    Big celebration full of dancing and singing after breakfast.
    We then had an unbelievable 12km walk to Mkwena gate, lunch and then an upgrade to the Sheraton Hotel in Arusha. Sue bought herself a Masai blanket.Read more

  • Day10

    Day 9: Mountain Day 7

    March 14, 2011 in Tanzania ⋅ ⛅ 18 °C

    Mweka Camp, 3100m ASL
    Last night's rain had thankfully given up, though being perched in a rainforest we weren't expecting to stay dry the entire day. Hasani warned us that the weather usually rolled in around 11am, so we hit the trail early at 7am.

    The track was thankfully very smooth and mostly mud free. Our hike to the gate was a mercifully brief 3 hour journey, enlivened only by thoughts of cold beer, hot showers and soft mattresses. And some white corborus monkeys in the trees above us, which were extremely hard to photograph.

    Before we knew it, we were at the gate and our week-long trek was finally over. We signed the registration book, filled out a few forms and hopped on the bus back to Springlands Hotel. My phone decided to work again, so I called both Mum and Dad to tell them of our success. My joy was muted though with the sad news that Grandma had passed away on Saturday. I'm still pretty upset about it, but it just seems like it isn't real. I'll go home and everything will be fine. Mum also informed me that there'd been an enormous earthquake and tsunami in Japan, and that a nuclear power plant was melting down. Crazy what happens when you go off the grid for a few days.

    On arrival back at Moshi we took care of some housekeeping - certificates, tips for Hasani and the porters, laundry, internet and so on. The rest of the day was spent relaxing and drinking with Tom and Sarka.

    We had our safari briefing in the evening, where the big news was that we'd been given a free upgrade to lodge accommodation instead of basic camping due to the rainy season. Being thoroughly sick of camping, this was pure music to our ears and we went to bed very excited about the next few days.
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