Sunday, May 12, 2013

Climbing kilimanjaro for conserving environment

Climbing mount kilimanjaro trips to raise funds for mount kilimanjaro environmental conservation.

Travel to tourist destinations to enjoy natural world, conserving environment and improving well being of local people is called ecotourism.

Mount Kilimanjaro is a world heritage site as recognized by UNESCO. World heritage site means natural feature existing on earth which benefit all people around the world. Local people around kilimanjaro benefit from kilimanjaro existence through tourism and as a source of water while people from other continents visit Mount Kilimanjaro to experience its beauty and a lot of things to do like adventure.



So, this is where ecotourism plays part because tourists enjoy nature while conserving environment for future generations. This is responsible travel because tourists climb kilimanjaro or visit any other natural place without destroying environment. The tourists pay fees which goes to Government and also local people earn income through employment and selling locally made crafts and products. Government income provides social services like education and health.

The role of environment conservation is a participatory duty which involve all environment and tourism stake holders like Travel companies, tour operators, local people, government and conservation organizations.

For this case Mount Kilimanjaro recovery Club (MOKIREC) and Tour Operator named KILIMANJARO TRAVEL ADVENTURE SAFARIS LTD work as a team to raise funds for kilimanjaro conservation.

Kilimanjaro Travel Adventure Safaris Ltd organize cheap kilimanjaro climbing packages and then 10% of profit goes to help society to buy trees to plant at slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro. Climbing kilimanjaro trips are affordable and meet budget of all tourists wishing to make it to kilimanjaro summit successful. This kilimanjaro trekking is cheap compared to other travel companies because we use local guides born at slopes of mount kilimanjaro and also local food produced from farms.

Mount Kilimanjaro climbing guides are educated to form four and form six secondary education, then got certificate and diploma of Tourism in guiding and then Mountain climbing training. The guides have gone through practice and most of them have experience of 5 to 25 years. So Those mountain climbing guides with 10 to 25 years are chief guides which escort all mount kilimanjaro climbers while others are assistance guides. Feel free to ask and share your ideas, what do you think like.......

Apart from Kilimanjaro trekking, environmentalists activists are invited to send us email to contribute ideas and can also make DONATIONS. It is easier to make DONATIONS of little money from 5 to 10 US $ through online payment on DIXIPAY..... Dixipay will enable you to pay using your credit cards.

MOUNT KILIMANJARO RECOVERY CLUB - MOKIREC

EMAIL: mokirec2000@gmail.com


For registration of Kilimanjaro trekking, go down and send email.

Cheap Kilimanjaro climb deals are available through machame route, rongai route and lemosho route. These are climbing kilimanjaro routes recommended as trails of ecotourism values.

KILIMANJARO TRAVEL ADVENTURE SAFARIS LTD

EMAIL: info@kilitraveladventurestz.com





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Monday, April 22, 2013

Mountain climbing fundraising for environmental conservation Tanzania

Mount Kilimanjaro climbing fundraising is great adventure event for fundraising.

 Fundraising money to conserve mount kilimanjaro environment is important to make sure Kilimanjaro natural beauty is maintained. Mount kilimanjaro natural beauty include natural indigeneous tree species, wildlife species and volcanic rocks. Natural indigeneous tree species should be protected and maintained.Natural forest at kilimanjaro slope is life habitat for wildlife animals and birds.



Along mount kilimanjaro slopes forest there are birds, elephants, buffaloes, antelopes, zebra,giraffes, impala, black and white colobus monkeys. Natural beauty of Mount kilimanjaro is made of natural forest, wildlife, volcanic rocks and natural waterfalls. There are a lot of things to do in Mount kilimanjaro from rock climbing, volcanic tours, wildlife safari tours, walking safaris, nature trekking and climbing kilimanjaro to the summit. Mount kilimanjaro is a major tourist activity which get many visitors from across the world.

 Mount Kilimanjaro Recovery Club (MOKIREC) is a non profit, Non governmental organization established to protect and conserve mount kilimanjaro environment. MOKIREC staff volunteer to plant trees to replace natural dying trees and increase trees by planting more natural indigenous trees. Community and Villages participate in mount kilimanjaro conservation by raising tree nursery and join environmental conservation. 

Tourists climbing Kilimanjaro pass through almost every village around Mount kilimanjaro slopes. Villages and community see and help support tourists like guiding and local food. During kilimanjaro trekking, tourists follow ways natural built which lead to kilimanjaro summit. Kilimanjaro trekking ways are called Kilimanjaro routes. Kilimanjaro climbing routes are 6 and are named Machame route, Rongai, Marangu, Umbwe and Lemosho. 

RONGAI route is on northern side of Kilimanjaro and travelers pass through Rombo district. Marangu route travellers pass through Marangu mtoni town and villages. Machame route tourists pass through Machame district. Umbwe route pass through Old Moshi road.

 So tribe along kilimanjaro slope is called Chagga and local guides help tourists feel at home. Tour Operator - KILIMANJARO TRAVEL ADVENTURE SAFARIS LTD AND SMART TRAVEL AFRICAN SAFARIS LTD train local guides from chagga tribe and hence some profit goes back to local community. 

Back to the topic of fund raising, tourists can donate some money or book kilimanjaro climbing tours and so 25% profit goes to local community and buy trees to help conserve kilimanjaro nature.


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