We will say it once and we will repeat it often: health and safety on the climb is our top priority, and it has to be yours, too.
So, here’s the chance to find out what we do to provide you with the safest climb possible. And you can also learn what you can do to help.
Our advice looks at safety specific to a Kilimanjaro climb at any time, as well as a climb during the coronavirus era, the important question of altitude sickness, how to plan and prepare, the important daily health checks we carry out and the process of rescue and evacuation – in the unlikely event that it becomes necessary.
You will demand that your trip operator has in place the most rigorous processes and procedures to keep you safe on your climb. But what does that really mean?
Here we tell you about our safety-conscious staff, our high-quality equipment and much, much more. It’s all designed to look after you!
As well as all the usual and necessary precautions associated with mountain safety, we -and you – have to consider the implications of the coronavirus pandemic.
The good news is that you can still climb during this period. Both the Tanzanian Government and Easy Travel have done everything possible to keep the virus away from Kilimanjaro trekkers. Let us give you some reassurance!
The effects of altitude present the biggest obstacles to a successful summiting of Kilimanjaro. And altitude sickness cannot be totally prevented.
Our expert mountain crew will look after you, naturally. But there are things that Easy Travel do, as well as things that you can do, to lessen the chances of you suffering from the effects of altitude.
We have invested heavily to keep your health and safety as our top priority.
You can be fit and healthy at the start of your climb, but altitude can affect your health as you progress up the mountain. That’s why we constantly monitor your health as you climb. Our expert guides can detect any problems and take the necessary actions.