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Amelie’s Kili & Volunteering Experience

Check out this fantastic video from Amelie who recently climbed Kilimanjaro with Nasio and then visited our projects.

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5 Tips On Walking Boots For Climbing Kilimanjaro

Yes a whole blog-post about boots – it might seem like overkill but there’s an argument you could turn up a Kili with nothing but your boots and (relying a little on the kindness of strangers), you could successfully complete a climb. (But we don’t recommend you try this!)

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Top 10 Gadgets You Need For Climbing Kilimanjaro

They may not be essentials, but having these items in your kit is going to make your climb a whole lot more enjoyable. Find out more now.

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A refreshing dip at the Marangu Falls

Marangu falls is situated in the Kilimanjaro national park and is studded with fascinating sculptures. A dip in the falls is a fantastic way to cool off in the Tanzania heat! Check out this great movie to find out more.

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What’s It REALLY like?

Have You Ever Wondered What It’s Really Like To Climb Kilimanjaro? Thanks to the kindness & determination of a remarkable group of boys from Eton College, you can now see the incredible journey to the very top of Africa! In early 2014 Ruaraidh had an idea… To climb the highest mountain in Africa along with […]

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Costas: Climbing In Memory Of His Son

I decided to try and climb Kilimanjaro in January 2016 in memory of my son Tom who had passed away in October 2009 at the age of 23 due to a slow moving brain tumour. It would have been Tom’s 30th birthday and I felt I had to do something special in his memory and at the same time raise funds for a charity. After looking at various alternatives on the Internet, I decided to fund raise for Nasio Trust and Astro Brain Tumour Fund.

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Why Climb For The Nasio Trust?

The Nasio Trust is a registered charity that supports the HIV Orphans & Vulnerable Children of Kenya. As a relatively small charity 90% of your donation will go directly to the work supporting these children. We have been organising Kilimanjaro climbs for a number of years and have a 92% success rate at getting our […]

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