Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Kilimanjaro climb fund raising event to plant trees Tanzania, last minute booking, budget travel deals, cheap flights booking

Planting indigenous trees at slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro is one way recommended for environment and nature conservation. Community include local people living at Mount Kilimanjaro slopes and participate in environment conservation as well as Tourism Mount Kilimanjaro climbing trips.



Local guides well trained arise from Local communities at Slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro and see benefit of nature conservation. Usually local guides origin from Chagga tribe at villages of Marangu, Rombo Tarakea, Machame and Kibosho. These local community are usually educated to Form 4 Secondary education, Form 6, Tourism Colleges and up to University. Most Kilimanjaro guides speak fluent english, and few of them can speak other languages such as Deutsche German, Spanish, Italian, French and Russian.



So as local community participating in Tourism activities, they see advantage of Mount Kilimanjaro and its snow. So the income from tourism activities such as Kilimanjaro trekking Rongai route, Marangu route hike, Machame route climbing and wildlife safaris, benefit community. Employment from Tourism Kilimanjaro tours, tricke down to chagga tribe and enhance development through income.

Travel events organized to raise funds for nature conservation are Machame route Kilimanjaro trekking and Rongai route Mount Kilimanjaro climbing. 20% of income from Kilimanjaro trips sold contributes to tree planting and environment conservation.

Tourists can make last minute booking trips and get budget Kilimanjaro tours. Budget Kilimanjaro trips are Machame route Kilimanjaro expeditions, Rongai route 6 days adventures and Lemosho route 7 days. CONTACT KILIMANJARO TRAVEL ADVENTURE SAFARIS Co.Ltd


Email: info@kilitraveladventurestz.com

Cheap flights booking and budget travel adventure deals are provided.

Travel tips and tourism advise is provided about booking cheap flights and budget hotel booking in Moshi.

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