Fund Raising Climb on Kilimanjaro – Join Forces

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					July 12, 2011 - Business


Fund Raising Climb on Kilimanjaro – Join Forces
Climb, Conquer and Celebrate! Private Kilimanjaro is organising a
Fund Raising Climb in co-ordination with World Youth Education

                               Dunstall, Staffordshire, 12 July 2011 : Mark the date 29th
                               October 2011, when you will set out for an adventure of
                               a lifetime. Joining you in this expedition will be like
                               minded climbing enthusiasts, as you will scale the Mt.
                               Kilimanjaro for a 11 day long climb. This is a special fund
                               raising event put together by Private Kilimanjaro and
                               World Youth Education Trust, encouraging nature lovers
                               worldwide, to extend their support and enthusiasm.

                               The arrival at Kilimanjaro's International Airport, marks
                               the beginning of the schedule, and from there, you set
                               off on a well planned climb to Mt. Kilimanjaro's highest
summit – the Freedom Peak (Uhuru Peak). According to an executive, “We are climbing
Kilimanjaro to raise money for the projects supported by World Youth Education Trust.
Therefore, WYET kindly requests each climber reaches a sponsored fund raising target
of AU $3,000 or GBP £2.000 to be donated to the Trust in addition to the climb and
travel costs outlined.”

The fund raising climb is stretched from 29th October and ending at 8th November. This
is how your itinerary is laid out:
29th October- Arrival in Kilimanjaro and Accommodation in Moshi.
30th October- Day spent at Moshi
31st October- Machame Gate to Machame Camp- walk through the rain forest
1st November- Machame Camp to Shira Camp
2nd November- Shira Camp-via Lava Tower to Barranco Camp
3rd November- Barranco Camp to Barafu Camp
4th November- Barafu Camp to Uhuru Peak to Mweka Hut
5th November- Mweka Hut to Hotel
6th November- 1. Return to Kilimanjaro International Airport
2.OR- Go on to Mto Wa Mbu to meet kids from the Mwalimu Anna School.

The entire climb will be filled with exquisite sights and sounds of Kilimanjaro's flora and
fauna. Enjoy the rich greenery and haunting moorlands while camping and eating with
fellow climbers. As for payments, you have to make a 20% advance deposit while
signing up for the climb, by 31st July. The sum comes to AU $580 and GBP £380 and is
non-refundable. The guides will do a physical check up twice a day of every climber,
and you will be provided with excellent equipment and food on the mountain.

Do join the Kilimanjaro fund raising climb, and experience the spectacular scenery and                                                        Page 1/2
exhilarating sense of achievement on reaching the Summit!


About Private Kilimanjaro

It is a professional climbing organiser, that aims at helping people achieve their goals
and making for the summit. Climbing Kilimanjaro is their passion, and they take it very

Contact Details

Phone Number: +44 (0)1283 711172
For detailed information, please visit the website:-

PrivateKilimanjaro com

Nottingham, Nottingham
United Kingdom DE13 8BH

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