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Trek Mount Kilimanjaro


Tanzania

Cost: £449 Target: £4,450
Kilimnajaro Trek VSO

The snow peaked caps of the mighty Kilimajaro

Join VSO and climb the highest freestanding mountain in the world, the mighty Kilimanjaro.  Its snow-capped summit rises high above the dusty African plains; huge permanent glaciers flow down from the summit, spectacular views and beautiful ice formations are the reward for pushing your limits both physically and mentally.

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Fundraising costs explained

Fundraising option - £499 Registration fee + £4800 Fundraising target

Part-payment option - £499 Registration fee + £3800 Fundraising target + £500 Tour cost

Full-payment option - £499 Registration fee + £2150 Tour cost + £250 Airline taxes (Fundraise however much you would like for VSO)

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Fitness Level

This trek is designed to be challenging for those of good health and fitness, and is achievable for most people provided they train well in advance. The Trek provider will support you with a thorough training guide when you have registered.

In return for your dedication and commitment to this challenge, VSO will be there to support you every step of the way during your preparations.


What support will I receive?

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In return for your dedication and commitment to this Trek, VSO will be there to support you every step of the way during your preparations.

VSO participants receive:

  • a VSO fundraising pack
  • a VSO t-shirt
  • a dedicated and experienced VSO fundraiser who will offer continued support and advice - to help you reach your target and prepare for the challenge. 
  • access to downloadable fundraising materials

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Why VSO?

You’ll be trekking for an amazing cause: for a world without poverty.

Our volunteers work in 24 countries to help people live healthy, dignified lives. Some of our volunteers include teachers, doctors, business experts, nurses... the list goes on.

These volunteers share skills where it's needed the most, in the world's poorest and most marginalised communities.

£4800 could pay for 3 Patient Monitor Machines. This machine observes the condition of a baby over time, making sure that the baby is looked after at all times. It measures aspects like heart beat, respiration and glucose levels

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