1. Climbing Kilimanjaro is one of the most challenging things you will ever do in your life. Every year thousands of trekkers climb the mountain. Though the deaths are minor, it can be preventable.

    So to make your trek safe we follow some safety guides.

    • The guides are well-trained to recognize the danger such as detecting altitude sickness and treating immediately.
    • They conduct twice-daily health checks using a pulse oximeter to monitor your oxygen saturation and pulse rate.
    • The guides take bottled oxygen on all climbs and can use it quickly to treat climbers with moderate and serious altitude sickness.
    • The guides carry a portable stretcher at all times to evacuate climbers who need to descend immediately who are unable to walk on their own.
    • The guides have the ability to initiate emergency helicopter evacuation through Kilimanjaro Search and Rescue (SAR), a helicopter rescue operation.
    • The guides carry a first aid kit to treat minor accidents like scrapes, cuts and blisters.

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"Mountain climbing"

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"Kilimanjaro"

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"Kilimanjaro Machame route"

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