Dates: 12 - 20 October 2011
“Ladies Trekking” is one of a kind trekking adventure, where women from all corners of the globe come together, united by their goal to conquer Mt. Kilimanjaro. Would you like to represent your country in that odyssey? It is not only about climbing to the “roof of Africa” but by participating in this event, you also support the education of the orphans in Kilimanjaro region, who without your support would not have an access to education.
“Ladies Trekking 2010” was a success!
In our last year’s pilot project, the women from The Netherlands, Russia, Finland, Estonia and Tanzania were represented. The god of the mountain blessed us with wonderful weather during this fantastic week and we were proud to be the first group of trekkers, who reached the Stella Point in the early morning of September 27th, 2010. Uhuru Peak welcomed us with a magnificent sunrise at exactly 6.05 am. As the majority of the trekkers were men, it was only natural to receive their pleasant attention.
“Ladies Trekking 2010” raised 1 400 Euros to the benefit of Msafiri English Medium School.
We are most grateful to all the participants but we would also like to express special gratitude to ZONTA FINLAND, who generously supported our initiative. May their act of goodwill inspire these individuals and organizations, who wish and are able to raise more than 100 Euros for the benefit of Msafiri English Medium School.
Kilimanjaro is a mountain that generates positive energy.
Tanzania has a lot to offer to newcomers as well as to experienced trekkers – majestic nature, manageable (but not easy) physical exercise, excellent body-mind connection that reaches its climax on the last night’s climb up to the peak and down.
We would like to use the opportunity and invite you to the “Ladies Trekking 2011”!
Please check out the dates, program photos of 2010 and read our brand new blog! We hope that you catch the bug and will join us next year. Believe us - your body and mind will praise you. Every climbed meter is worth the effort when you look at the faces of the children - you know that you get so much more than you give.