Safaris are priced individually based on the parks and lodges visited. Please email email@example.com for a quote.
Mountain Trekking Prices
2016-2017 Kilimanjaro Prices
Machame 6 days: 2 to 3 people US $2399/person / 4 to 8 people US $2099/person / More than 8 people US $1859/person
Marangu 6 days: 2 to 3 people US $2199/person / 4 to 8 people US $1899/person / More than 8 people US $1659/person
Machame 7 days: 2 to 3 people US $2699/person / 4 to 8 people US $2399/person / More than 8 people US $2149/person
Lemosho 7 days: 2 to 3 people US $2799/person / 4 to 8 people US $2399/person / More than 8 people US $2199/person
Rongai 6 days: 2 to 3 people US $2559/person / 4 to 8 people US $2169/person / More than 8 people US $1989/person
Rongai 7 days: 2 to 3 people US $2659/person / 4 to 8 people US $2429/person / More than 8 people US $2179/person
Lemosho 8 days: 2 to 3 people US $3099/person / 4 to 8 people US $2799/person / More than 8 people US $2499/person
Northern Circuit 9 days: 2 to 3 people US $3459/person / 4 to 8 people US $3129/person / More than 8 people US $2799/person
Please note: All ascents via Crater Camp incur an additional USD 350 per person charge.
If you would like to add a shower tent to your trip, the additional price is $350 per group.
Single tent supplement: USD 30 per night
2016-2017 Meru Prices
Three Day Climb: 2 people US $839/person / 3 to 5 people US $809/person / More than 5 people US $729/person
Four Day Climb: 2 people US $969/person / 3 to 5 people US $919/person / More than 5 people US $839/person
• All park entrance, camping, lodge and administrative fees
• All meals and bottled drinking water
• 4WD transportation while on safari
• Staff salaries and fees
• Transfer to/from Arusha
• Hotels in Arusha where noted
• Camping safaris include sleeping tents, sleeping mattresses and pillows, tables and chairs (shower and toilet tents available on some itineraries)
Kilimanjaro Climbs include:
• All park entrance, camping, hut and rescue fees
• All meals and filtered drinking water while on the mountain
• Camping equipment including mountaineering, mess and sleeping tents (Mountain Hardwear, North Face, Marmot), table and chairs, toilet tent, sleeping mattresses and pillows, hot water bottles
• Guide (Wilderness First Responder certified), cook and porter salaries and fees
• Baggage porterage
• Transport to/from national park gates
• First aid kit and pulse oximeter
• Portable altitude chamber included on Crater Camp summits
Prices do not include gratuities, soda/alcohol unless otherwise noted, accommodations in Arusha unless otherwise noted, health/evacuation insurance, visa fees, international airfare, laundry, and meals not noted on the itinerary.
Prices are not negotiable. We reserve the right to refuse service to anyone for any reason.
For additional details, please review our Terms and Conditions section.
Gratuities in the Tanzanian tourism industry generally follow the North American system. Tourists are expected to tip at restaurants and hotels, on safari, and while hiking Kilimanjaro. The following information provides a guide to tipping in Tanzania. The information is a collection of tipping recommendations from guidebooks as well as our company's experience with tipping in Tanzania.
Please remember that all our staff is paid a wage and no one relies on tips as a substitute for wages. As with any tipping situation, if you enjoy your experience give a generous tip; if you do not enjoy your experience, adjust the tip accordingly.
Hotels and Restaurants
Tips are expected at high-end luxury hotels and lodges. While tips are also expected at moderately priced safari lodges, not all patrons tip. Tips are not expected at restaurants and hotels frequented by locals. Most tourist lodges and hotels will have tip boxes at the reception desk. You can tip hotel staff individually, place a tip for all hotel staff in the tip box, or do both.
Driver/Guide: US $10 - US $25 per day per guide
Chef: US $10 - US $25 per day per chef (adventure camping safari only)
Duma Explorer safari staff should be tipped equally.
Generally, you should budget between 10% and 15% of your total climb cost for tips. If you are traveling in a small group, you should contribute more per person to the tip kitty. We provide a list of your crew as well as jobs performed on the day you begin your climb. Please use this list to allocate tips. Tips are generally distributed at the last camp or hut on Kilimanjaro and Meru. We recommend giving each staff person their tip. If you are part of a large group, you may also call a few people at a time to distribute tips.
Head Guide: US $15 - US $30 per day per guide
Assistant Guide: US $10 - US $20 per day per guide
Cook: US $8 - US $12 per day per cook
Porter: US $4 - US $10 per day per porter
Some porters perform extra jobs such as toilet cleaner, camp crew and waiting. Please tip these porters a bit more than porters who do not have additional jobs.
Tip amounts listed for safari and Kilimanjaro are per group, not per individual traveler. For instance, if four people are on safari, they should each contribute $5/day if they want to tip the driver.