Altitude Sickness on Kilimanjaro
One of the men in our group has fallen victim to altitude sickness. He will be taken to the bottom of the mountain, and we will also question ourselves as to if we will make it or
So when one of your best friends asks you to climb the tallest free standing mountain in the world to raise awareness & money for a charity close to her heart... What did I say?
La, La, La (Excuse Me Again)"
Memph Bleek always smoking that La, La, La
Mount Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain in Africa, and rises approximately 4,877 metres (16,001 ft) from its base to 5,895 metres (19,341 ft) above sea level.
There are seven
The highlight of my trip to East Africa was Kilimanjaro, known by the local Chagga people as Kilema Kyaro or ‘that which cannot be conquered’. It took six days to reach base camp a
http://www.ultimatekilimanjaro.com: In this episode of Million Ways to Live, author and documentary filmmaker, Luke Sniewski, along with professional mountain guide, Eli Mamuya, sh
After trekking the Kilimanjaro there's no better place to heal your wounds than on the island of Zanzibar. Filled with history, delicious fruits and picturesque beaches, its a plac