10 Reasons To Climb With The Nasio Trust
- Budget- Unlike many other charities, we self-run all of our Kilimanjaro climbs and have been doing so for the past decade. We do not engage with agencies at any stage, which allows us to keep registration deposits low by cutting out the middle man.
- Personal- You will receive personal and attentive support from start to finish. Past climbers commented that this adds a more ‘welcoming’ feel to the overall experience of climbing Kilimanjaro with Nasio Trust.
- Visit the Projects- The opportunity to volunteer at our projects means that you can directly see where and how your money is being spent. This also adds a more personal feel to your trip.
- Small Numbers- We ensure that no group size exceeds 12 people as we have found that large group sizes can make things over-crowded and therefore results in a less-enjoyable and personal experience.
- Higher Success Rate- Our preferred ‘Lemosho’ route involves 8 days of climbing, which allows for a longer acclimatization period as you ascend the mountain. Consequently, we have a far higher success rate (99%) than most other companies.
- Deposit for Life- When you commit to climbing with us your deposit lasts for life, so you can simply decide on a date as and when is most convenient for you.
- Fuss Free- Past climbers have commented on how ‘fuss-free’ the entire process of climbing with Nasio Trust is. Whilst we do ensure that all the necessary administration is complete, we won’t bombard you with endless forms to fill in, papers to sign etc.
- Updates while you’re Trekking- We provide regular updates of your climb on Facebook and Twitter so that your family and friends know how you’re getting on.
- Training Weekends – Our unique training weekends in Wales are a great opportunity to meet your fellow climbers, test your stamina and to prepare for the climb.
- Fundraising Support- We will offer you all of the advice and support that we possibly can to make sure your fundraising target is achievable.
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