Hope for Tanzania

Roof of Africa 2013

Published 15 July 2012

Hope for Tanzania is organising a trek to the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro in July 2013 in conjunction with a reputable trekking company.
Tackle the distinctive snow-capped peaks of Kilimanjaro, Tanzania’s famous, 5895m high mountain. Trek in the tropical rainforest, hike on through high moorland, climb by towering cliffs and glaciers to reach the alpine desert before attempting the lofty summit of Uhuru Peak.
The trip will also give you the opportunity of experiencing the richness of Tanzanian culture and the friendliness of Tanzanian people by staying in the homes of local people. You will also see at first-hand Tuishime School and other Hope for Tanzania projects.
Hope for Tanzania will not receive any financial benefit from the trek. But we hope that this experience will give you a heart for the people of Tanzania and encourage you to support the work of Hope for Tanzania.

Contact Martin Grosvenor on 0774 859 3190 or info@hopefortanzania.org

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