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How Difficult is the Everest Base Camp Trek? Age, Skill, & More! | Trek Tips
 
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http://wwtrek.com ➤ "Everest Base Camp" - it sounds daunting! In this video we cover the difficulty level, appropriate age ranges, and some of our strategies to making this amazing feat as safe and as manageable for you as possible. Watch to learn more! ****************************************************************************************************** World Wide Trekking uses a strategy of slow acclimatization to get our guests (anywhere from children to seniors) up and down from Everest Base Camp safely. This video covers what makes the trek strenuous, and what makes it doable. If you have any questions about your personal capabilities, don't hesitate to contact us with questions! Nepal ➤ http://wwtrek.com/nepal/ ****************************************************************************************************** Subscribe to our travel channel for more tips and information: WWT ➤ http://youtube.com/c/Wwtrek?sub_confirmation=1 Questions or comments? Drop us a line in the comments section! ****************************************************************************************************** Let’s socialize! For more information or to join us on World Wide Trekking Trips: Phone ➤ 1 (801) 943-0264 (Call us! M-F 9-5, MST) Email ➤ [email protected] Instagram ➤ https://instagram.com/wwtrek/ Twitter ➤ https://twitter.com/wwtrek Facebook ➤ https://facebook.com/WWTrek/ Blog ➤ http://wwtrek.com/blog/ ****************************************************************************************************** Check out our sister Non-Profit! Human Outreach Project ➤ http://humanoutreachproject.org/
Views: 12049 World Wide Trekking
Training to Climb Kilimanjaro | Trek Tips
 
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http://wwtrek.com ➤ How much training and physical conditioning do you need to be able to climb Kilimanjaro? Watch to find out the appropriate training for climbing Kilimanjaro from the experts who climb it regularly and professionally! Is Kilimanjaro not your destination? Check out another training video, for Everest Base Camp: https://youtu.be/GX204ZvB7Cw **************************************************************************************************************************** The more physically prepared you are for climbing Kilimanjaro, the more enjoyable experience you will have. If you’ve signed up with World Wide Trekking, that commitment will often help motivate you to train more. You might go on more hikes, take longer walks, etc. You want to be able to be on your feet hiking for a long period of time. Endurance is key. When training, you should focus on endurance (being able to hike for hours at a time at a nice, slow pace). You also want to focus on strength training (especially your legs, arms, and lower back). You should try adding a weight on your back (10-15lbs) to get used to hiking with a backpack on. Similarly, wearing your boots and other gear during workouts is a good conditioner for what to expect on the mountain. Lastly, work on cardio. You want to be comfortable with an elevated heart rate at a high altitude. Kilimanjaro ➤ http://wwtrek.com/kilimanjaro-machame **************************************************************************************************************************** Subscribe to our travel channel for more tips and information: WWT ➤ http://youtube.com/c/Wwtrek?sub_confirmation=1 Questions or comments? Drop us a line in the comments section! **************************************************************************************************************************** Let’s socialize! For more information or to join us on World Wide Trekking Trips: Phone ➤ 1 (801) 943-0264 (Call us! M-F 9-5, MST) Email ➤ [email protected] Instagram ➤ https://instagram.com/wwtrek/ Twitter ➤ https://twitter.com/wwtrek Facebook ➤ https://facebook.com/WWTrek/ Blog ➤ http://wwtrek.com/blog/ **************************************************************************************************************************** Check out our sister Non-Profit! Human Outreach Project ➤ http://humanoutreachproject.org/
Views: 29968 World Wide Trekking
Walk Through Kathmandu Airport Customs & Nepal Visa Process with Dean | Trek Tips
 
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http://wwtrek.com ➤ In this video, Dean Cardinale walks through the Kathmandu airport (Tribhuvan International Airport). See the arrival, visa, customs, and baggage claim processes firsthand! Welcome to Nepal! ****************************************************************************************************** In this video, we cover the passport and visa requirements once you arrive in Nepal, and how to navigate the Kathmandu airport. Dean even encounters a minor inconvenience (a delayed bag) and shows you how to handle the situation with ease. Nepal ➤ http://wwtrek.com/nepal/ ****************************************************************************************************** Subscribe to our travel channel for more tips and information: WWT ➤ http://youtube.com/c/Wwtrek?sub_confirmation=1 Questions or comments? Drop us a line in the comments section! ****************************************************************************************************** Let’s socialize! For more information or to join us on World Wide Trekking Trips: Phone ➤ 1 (801) 943-0264 (Call us! M-F 9-5, MST) Email ➤ [email protected] Instagram ➤ https://instagram.com/wwtrek/ Twitter ➤ https://twitter.com/wwtrek Facebook ➤ https://facebook.com/WWTrek/ Blog ➤ http://wwtrek.com/blog/ ****************************************************************************************************** Check out our sister Non-Profit! Human Outreach Project ➤ http://humanoutreachproject.org/
Views: 14485 World Wide Trekking
High Altitude Sickness while Climbing Kilimanjaro: How to Prevent it | Trek Tips
 
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http://wwtrek.com ➤ Altitude sickness is not uncommon when attempting to climb a mountain like Kilimanjaro. Watch this video to learn how best to prevent it from our experts who climb Kilimanjaro regularly and professionally! ************************************************************************************************************ With proper acclimatization, we can prevent altitude sickness. We at World Wide Trekking have your health and safety as our utmost concern. To avoid AMS, stay hydrated, go at a slow and steady pace, eat properly and nutritiously, practice breathing techniques, use the “rest step,” etc. The most important thing is to just take your time. Slow and steady wins the race to a successful Kilimanjaro summit! All of our trips at World Wide Trekking are set up for gentle acclimatization. Kilimanjaro ➤ http://wwtrek.com/kilimanjaro-machame ************************************************************************************************************ Subscribe to our travel channel for more tips and information: WWT ➤ http://youtube.com/c/Wwtrek?sub_confirmation=1 Questions or comments? Drop us a line in the comments section! ************************************************************************************************************ Let’s socialize! For more information or to join us on World Wide Trekking Trips: Phone ➤ 1 (801) 943-0264 (Call us! M-F 9-5, MST) Email ➤ [email protected] Instagram ➤ https://instagram.com/wwtrek/ Twitter ➤ https://twitter.com/wwtrek Facebook ➤ https://facebook.com/WWTrek/ Blog ➤ http://wwtrek.com/blog/ ************************************************************************************************************ Check out our sister Non-Profit! Human Outreach Project ➤ http://humanoutreachproject.org/
Views: 9826 World Wide Trekking
The 7 Routes Up Kilimanjaro & What Makes them Unique | Trek Tips
 
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http://wwtrek.com ➤ Kilimanjaro has 7 different routes up the mountain: Marangu, Rongai, Umbwe, Northern Circuit, Machame, Shira, and Lemosho. Quick, say that 5 times fast! Watch to learn about the routes of Kilimanjaro from the experts who climb it regularly and professionally! **************************************************************************************************************************** The 7 routes provide many different climbing experiences for travelers to Kilimanjaro. The Marangu Route is the tourist route. It has a series of huts to stay in, no camping, and is typically a 5-day attempt but it has a low success rate. The Rongai Route comes from the Kenya side of Kilimanjaro, is a bit more quiet, but it meets up with the Marangu Route partially up the mountain. The Umbwe Route comes from the south and it is much more steep and direct. It is a more aggressive climb for those with a bit more technical climbing skills. The Shira Route comes from the west and meets up with the Lemosho Route. From there, there are a couple junctions. One of which is called the Northern Circuit which goes around the backside (north side) of Kilimanjaro but it takes a bit longer (9-10 days). The Machame Route, one of our favorites, starts in the rainforest and ascends through the 5 ecozones. This route is very successful because you climb high and sleep low, giving your body time to acclimatize. Lastly, the Lemosho Route is a bit quieter than the Machame Route but they do join together at a certain point. We prefer Lemosho when the Machame route gets busy. Of course, the more experience you have on Kilimanjaro, the easier these choices become. Talk to us about your pre-trip planning! Kilimanjaro ➤ http://wwtrek.com/kilimanjaro-machame/ **************************************************************************************************************************** Subscribe to our travel channel for more tips and information: WWT ➤ http://youtube.com/c/Wwtrek?sub_confirmation=1 Questions or comments? Drop us a line in the comments section! **************************************************************************************************************************** Let’s socialize! For more information or to join us on World Wide Trekking Trips: Phone ➤ 1 (801) 943-0264 (Call us! M-F 9-5, MST) Email ➤ [email protected] Instagram ➤ https://instagram.com/wwtrek/ Twitter ➤ https://twitter.com/wwtrek Facebook ➤ https://facebook.com/WWTrek/ Blog ➤ http://wwtrek.com/blog/ **************************************************************************************************************************** Check out our sister Non-Profit! Human Outreach Project ➤ http://humanoutreachproject.org/
Views: 4346 World Wide Trekking
Training for the Everest Base Camp Trek | Trek Tips
 
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http://wwtrek.com ➤ How much training and physical conditioning do you need to be able to trek to Everest Base Camp? Watch to learn about the appropriate training from the experts who trek to EBC regularly and professionally! ****************************************************************************************************** The better shape you're in, the more enjoyment you'll have trekking to Mt. Everest Base Camp. Guests should focus on strength training, endurance training, and cardiovascular training. World Wide Trekking moves at a slow pace designed for healthy acclimatization, but the trek itself is still strenuous. Guests can expect to be on their feet for 15 days trekking into, and out of, the Khumbu Valley. This video will provide you with basic guidelines for how to train before the trek to EBC! Nepal ➤ http://wwtrek.com/nepal/ ****************************************************************************************************** Subscribe to our travel channel for more tips and information: WWT ➤ http://youtube.com/c/Wwtrek?sub_confirmation=1 Questions or comments? Drop us a line in the comments section! ****************************************************************************************************** Let’s socialize! For more information or to join us on World Wide Trekking Trips: Phone ➤ 1 (801) 943-0264 (Call us! M-F 9-5, MST) Email ➤ [email protected] Instagram ➤ https://instagram.com/wwtrek/ Twitter ➤ https://twitter.com/wwtrek Facebook ➤ https://facebook.com/WWTrek/ Blog ➤ http://wwtrek.com/blog/ ****************************************************************************************************** Check out our sister Non-Profit! Human Outreach Project ➤ http://humanoutreachproject.org/
Views: 20759 World Wide Trekking
Kilimanjaro Basic Facts & Information - Enjoy Your Climb! | Trek Tips
 
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http://wwtrek.com ➤ We cover the basic Mt. Kilimanjaro facts that any traveler interested in climbing Kili should know! Learn about Kilimanjaro from the experts who climb it regularly and professionally! **************************************************************************************************************************** In this video we discuss the basic information about Kilimanjaro and briefly introduces the larger Trek Trip series. We cover Kilimanjaro’s location, elevation, history, climate, and first ascents. 25,000 people climb Kilimanjaro every year and 60% of those people successfully make it to the summit – Uhuru Peak. World Wide Trekking, however, boasts a 98% success rate due to our pre-trip planning, proper acclimatization method, and professional guidance. Watch to find out how we achieve such a high success rate! Kilimanjaro ➤ http://wwtrek.com/kilimanjaro-machame/ **************************************************************************************************************************** Subscribe to our channel for more tips and information: WWT ➤ http://youtube.com/c/Wwtrek?sub_confirmation=1 Questions or comments? Drop us a line in the comments section! **************************************************************************************************************************** Let’s socialize! For more information or to join us on World Wide Trekking Trips: Phone ➤ 1 (801) 943-0264 (Call us! M-F 9-5, MST) Email ➤ [email protected] Instagram ➤ https://instagram.com/wwtrek/ Twitter ➤ https://twitter.com/wwtrek Facebook ➤ https://facebook.com/WWTrek/ Blog ➤ http://wwtrek.com/blog/ **************************************************************************************************************************** Check out our sister Non-Profit! Human Outreach Project ➤ http://humanoutreachproject.org/
Views: 6893 World Wide Trekking
Kilimanjaro Packing: What Luggage to Pack for Kilimanjaro? (Part 1/9) | Trek Tips
 
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http://wwtrek.com ➤ Step one in the gear selection process is luggage. Before you get gear for Kilimanjaro, you’ve got to pack up and fly to Tanzania. Watch this video to learn about luggage requirements from the experts who travel to Tanzania regularly and professionally! ************************************************************************************************************ You’re going to need a travel bag, a duffel bag, and a daypack. World Wide Trekking recommends that your duffel bag be large or extra-large size (95-132 liters). This bag will be carried by porters as we climb Kilimanjaro. Inside your duffel bag will be ditty bags (smaller bags inside the duffel to help with organization). Inside your duffel bag will be ditty bags (smaller bags inside the duffel to help with organization). Your daypack should be 20-30 liters and will carry all the items that you need day-to-day as we move between camps. Watch to hear more about the details of all these luggage items you’ll need to climb Kilimanjaro! Kilimanjaro ➤ http://wwtrek.com/kilimanjaro-machame ************************************************************************************************************ Subscribe to our travel channel for more tips and information: WWT ➤ http://youtube.com/c/Wwtrek?sub_confirmation=1 Questions or comments? Drop us a line in the comments section! ************************************************************************************************************ Let’s socialize! For more information or to join us on World Wide Trekking Trips: Phone ➤ 1 (801) 943-0264 (Call us! M-F 9-5, MST) Email ➤ [email protected] Instagram ➤ https://instagram.com/wwtrek/ Twitter ➤ https://twitter.com/wwtrek Facebook ➤ https://facebook.com/WWTrek/ Blog ➤ http://wwtrek.com/blog/ ************************************************************************************************************ Check out our sister Non-Profit! Human Outreach Project ➤ http://humanoutreachproject.org/
Views: 7343 World Wide Trekking
Kilimanjaro Packing: What Shoes/Boots to Pack?  (Part 3/9) | Trek Tips
 
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http://wwtrek.com ➤ When you’re summiting Kilimanjaro, you don’t want your feet to hurt. Watch this video to learn the technical requirements for your footwear and how to break your gear in before getting on the mountain from the experts who climb Kilimanjaro regularly and professionally! ************************************************************************************************************ You’ll want a basic walking shoe for our cultural walks around town and around the lodges. As for climbing Kilimanjaro, World Wide Trekking recommends a pair of high-top hiking boots. Leather boots tend to have fewer seams and thus a smaller chance of blowing out on the hike. It needs to be warm and have good tread on the bottom. You’ll also want good synthetic hiking socks to stay warm and avoid abrasion from your boots. Watch this video to hear all the details about footwear on Kilimanjaro! Kilimanjaro ➤ http://wwtrek.com/kilimanjaro-machame ************************************************************************************************************ Subscribe to our travel channel for more tips and information: WWT ➤ http://youtube.com/c/Wwtrek?sub_confirmation=1 Questions or comments? Drop us a line in the comments section! ************************************************************************************************************ Let’s socialize! For more information or to join us on World Wide Trekking Trips: Phone ➤ 1 (801) 943-0264 (Call us! M-F 9-5, MST) Email ➤ [email protected] Instagram ➤ https://instagram.com/wwtrek/ Twitter ➤ https://twitter.com/wwtrek Facebook ➤ https://facebook.com/WWTrek/ Blog ➤ http://wwtrek.com/blog/ ************************************************************************************************************ Check out our sister Non-Profit! Human Outreach Project ➤ http://humanoutreachproject.org/
Views: 5333 World Wide Trekking
The Best Routes on Kilimanjaro | Trek Tips
 
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http://wwtrek.com ➤ 7 routes?! Which one is the best? Our favorite route on Kilimanjaro is the Machame Route, followed closely by the Lemosho Route. Watch to find out why and hear the details of each! **************************************************************************************************************************** In this video we talk about our favorite routes and some of their details. The Machame Route is quiet, scenic, and offers great opportunities for proper acclimatization. The Lemosho Route joins the Machame Route, but it is good for sidestepping the crowds on the Machame Route in the later dry season (July, August, October). At WWT, we request special permits to stay at the Kosovo Camp for a more secluded night’s stay and an earlier start at our summit night! Kilimanjaro ➤ http://wwtrek.com/kilimanjaro-machame/ **************************************************************************************************************************** Subscribe to our travel channel for more tips and information: WWT ➤ http://youtube.com/c/Wwtrek?sub_confirmation=1 Questions or comments? Drop us a line in the comments section! **************************************************************************************************************************** Let’s socialize! For more information or to join us on World Wide Trekking Trips: Phone ➤ 1 (801) 943-0264 (Call us! M-F 9-5, MST) Email ➤ [email protected] Instagram ➤ https://instagram.com/wwtrek/ Twitter ➤ https://twitter.com/wwtrek Facebook ➤ https://facebook.com/WWTrek/ Blog ➤ http://wwtrek.com/blog/ **************************************************************************************************************************** Check out our sister Non-Profit! Human Outreach Project ➤ http://humanoutreachproject.org/
Views: 4154 World Wide Trekking
Climbing Kilimanjaro: The Daily Routine - What to Expect? | Trek Tips
 
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http://wwtrek.com ➤ Sometimes the simple questions are the most important. Watch this video to learn what a typical day on Kilimanjaro is like with World Wide Trekking and our experts who climb Kilimanjaro regularly and professionally! ************************************************************************************************************ At World Wide Trekking, we end each night with a briefing about the following day. Then we wake up in the morning by someone shaking your tent and delivering hot coffee. After our morning routine, we have breakfast while the tent crews start to break down camp. The porters will take your duffel bags, and we’ll use the restroom before the toilet tents are broken down. Then, we do a medical check on each guest each morning to make sure that everyone is doing well. Then as we trek, we’ll be surrounded by professional guides helping us along the way. We move at a slow pace in order to properly acclimatize and avoid altitude sickness. Our crews pass us on the way up, so we’ll arrive at a pre-arranged lunch stop with dining tents up and food prepared. Then we’ll go a bit farther into the afternoon. When we arrive at camp in the afternoon, it will also be setup and waiting for us. We’ll have dinner and another briefing for the following day. Kilimanjaro ➤ http://wwtrek.com/kilimanjaro-machame ************************************************************************************************************ Subscribe to our travel channel for more tips and information: WWT ➤ http://youtube.com/c/Wwtrek?sub_confirmation=1 Questions or comments? Drop us a line in the comments section! ************************************************************************************************************ Let’s socialize! For more information or to join us on World Wide Trekking Trips: Phone ➤ 1 (801) 943-0264 (Call us! M-F 9-5, MST) Email ➤ [email protected] Instagram ➤ https://instagram.com/wwtrek/ Twitter ➤ https://twitter.com/wwtrek Facebook ➤ https://facebook.com/WWTrek/ Blog ➤ http://wwtrek.com/blog/ ************************************************************************************************************ Check out our sister Non-Profit! Human Outreach Project ➤ http://humanoutreachproject.org/
Views: 3937 World Wide Trekking
Kilimanjaro Skill Level - How Difficult is it to Climb Kilimanjaro? | Trek Tips
 
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http://wwtrek.com ➤ Do you have the skills to climb Kilimanjaro? Probably! Watch to learn about the appropriate skill level for climbing Kilimanjaro from the experts who climb it regularly and professionally! **************************************************************************************************************************** In this video we discuss some basic skills for climbing Kilimanjaro. Many think Kilimanjaro is an easy climb, but it has its nuances. While it doesn’t require intense climbing skills, it does require that you pay attention to your health in relation to your altitude because climbing to 19,341’ in 5 days or so is no simple task. WWT teaches our guests all the required knowledge and techniques prior to departure and ensures a safe and enjoyable experience throughout the climb. With the right gear and guidance, you can summit Kilimanjaro without technical climbing skills. Kilimanjaro ➤ http://wwtrek.com/kilimanjaro-machame/ **************************************************************************************************************************** Subscribe to our travel channel for more tips and information: WWT ➤ http://youtube.com/c/Wwtrek?sub_confirmation=1 Questions or comments? Drop us a line in the comments section! **************************************************************************************************************************** Let’s socialize! For more information or to join us on World Wide Trekking Trips: Phone ➤ 1 (801) 943-0264 (Call us! M-F 9-5, MST) Email ➤ [email protected] Instagram ➤ https://instagram.com/wwtrek/ Twitter ➤ https://twitter.com/wwtrek Facebook ➤ https://facebook.com/WWTrek/ Blog ➤ http://wwtrek.com/blog/ **************************************************************************************************************************** Check out our sister Non-Profit! Human Outreach Project ➤ http://humanoutreachproject.org/
Views: 5382 World Wide Trekking
Daypacks, Luggage, and Bags for Climbing Kilimanjaro - What to Pack? | Trek Tips
 
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http://wwtrek.com ➤ How many bags should I bring to Tanzania, and what should I pack in each? Watch this Trek Tips video for the answer to these and many more questions from the experts who climb Kilimanjaro regularly and professionally! **************************************************************************************************************************** You’re going to have 3 pieces of luggage in Tanzania. The first piece will hold all the things you will not need on the climb up Kilimanjaro. We don’t want to carry any extra weight that we don’t need. The other 3 pieces of baggage are your daypack and a duffel bag for Kilimanjaro. Both of these will come on the mountain with us. A porter will carry your duffel bag, and you will keep your daypack on your person. Your daypack is only going to have the things that you need to get from camp to camp during the day (it should weigh about 15lbs) and its contents will change throughout the climb. The porter can carry 40lbs in your duffel bag, and they weigh them at the gate. **************************************************************************************************************************** Subscribe to our travel channel for more tips and information: WWT ➤ http://youtube.com/c/Wwtrek?sub_confirmation=1 Questions or comments? Drop us a line in the comments section! **************************************************************************************************************************** Let’s socialize! For more information or to join us on World Wide Trekking Trips: Phone ➤ 1 (801) 943-0264 (Call us! M-F 9-5, MST) Email ➤ [email protected] Instagram ➤ https://instagram.com/wwtrek/ Twitter ➤ https://twitter.com/wwtrek Facebook ➤ https://facebook.com/WWTrek/ Blog ➤ http://wwtrek.com/home/blog-2/ **************************************************************************************************************************** Check out our sister Non-Profit! Human Outreach Project ➤ http://humanoutreachproject.org/
Views: 3791 World Wide Trekking
The Best Time of the Year to Climb Kilimanjaro | Trek Tips
 
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http://wwtrek.com ➤ Kilimanjaro is 200 miles south of the equator, so when is the best time to climb it? Hear the expert opinion of the professionals who climb Kilimanjaro regularly. Make your trip as ideal as possible! **************************************************************************************************************************** It is possible to climb Kilimanjaro year-round, but certain times are more optimal than others. Tanzania has two wet seasons and two dry seasons. The long dry season is from June to October, and the short dry season is from December to February. These two seasons are the best for climbing. If we had to pick one month, it would be July. The wet season has just ended, the dust has cleared out, and there are more flowering plants. WWT schedules most of our trips in the long dry season, but our customizable treks allow you to schedule a trip in the wet season if you so desire! Kilimanjaro ➤ http://wwtrek.com/kilimanjaro-machame/ **************************************************************************************************************************** Subscribe to our travel channel for more tips and information: WWT ➤ http://youtube.com/c/Wwtrek?sub_confirmation=1 Questions or comments? Drop us a line in the comments section! **************************************************************************************************************************** Let’s socialize! For more information or to join us on World Wide Trekking Trips: Phone ➤ 1 (801) 943-0264 (Call us! M-F 9-5, MST) Email ➤ [email protected] Instagram ➤ https://instagram.com/wwtrek/ Twitter ➤ https://twitter.com/wwtrek Facebook ➤ https://facebook.com/WWTrek/ Blog ➤ http://wwtrek.com/blog/ **************************************************************************************************************************** Check out our sister Non-Profit! Human Outreach Project ➤ http://humanoutreachproject.org/
Views: 3171 World Wide Trekking
Everest Base Camp Gear List & Packing Part 5: Clothing - Upper Layers | Trek Tips
 
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http://wwtrek.com ➤ Download our complete EBC Gear List below! This video covers the upper body layers that you'll want for a successful trek to Everest Base Camp including poly shirts, jackets, insulating layers, shells, and ponchos! ************************************************************************************************************ World Wide Trekking wants to help minimize the stress involved in picking your gear and packing it all up. This part of trekking can be difficult, and we want to make sure that you have the gear you need for a successful trek to Mt. Everest Base Camp. We’re going to shed light on what gear you can cut corners on, and what gear is worth spending a bit more money on. This part of the series will break down everything you need to trek to Everest Base Camp! Everest Base Camp ➤ https://wwtrek.com/mt-everest-base-camp-nepal/ Everest Base Camp Gear List Download ➤ https://www.dropbox.com/s/x6a4nnsnxqw9ial/EBC%20Gear%20List.pdf?dl=0 ************************************************************************************************************ Subscribe to our travel channel for more tips and information: WWT ➤ http://youtube.com/c/Wwtrek?sub_confi... Questions or comments? Drop us a line in the comments section! ************************************************************************************************************ Let’s socialize! For more information or to join us on World Wide Trekking Trips: Phone ➤ 1 (801) 943-0264 (Call us! M-F 9-5, MST) Email ➤ [email protected] Instagram ➤ https://instagram.com/wwtrek/ Twitter ➤ https://twitter.com/wwtrek Facebook ➤ https://facebook.com/WWTrek/ Blog ➤ http://wwtrek.com/blog/ ************************************************************************************************************ Check out our sister Non-Profit! Human Outreach Project ➤ http://humanoutreachproject.org/
Views: 3407 World Wide Trekking
"Teahouse" Lodging on the Trek to Everest Base Camp | Trek Tips
 
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http://wwtrek.com ➤ After staying in luxury accommodations in Kathmandu, our nightly lodging shifts to Nepalese "teahouses" on the trek to Everest Base Camp. Watch this video to learn everything you need to know about Nepalese teahouses! ****************************************************************************************************** Throughout the trek to Everest Base Camp, you'll be staying in teahouses. This video covers the origin of the name 'teahouse,' as well as what type of accommodations you can expect and how the lodging will slightly vary from the lower to upper Khumbu Valley throughout our trek. Nepal ➤ http://wwtrek.com/nepal/ ****************************************************************************************************** Subscribe to our travel channel for more tips and information: WWT ➤ http://youtube.com/c/Wwtrek?sub_confirmation=1 Questions or comments? Drop us a line in the comments section! ****************************************************************************************************** Let’s socialize! For more information or to join us on World Wide Trekking Trips: Phone ➤ 1 (801) 943-0264 (Call us! M-F 9-5, MST) Email ➤ [email protected] Instagram ➤ https://instagram.com/wwtrek/ Twitter ➤ https://twitter.com/wwtrek Facebook ➤ https://facebook.com/WWTrek/ Blog ➤ http://wwtrek.com/blog/ ****************************************************************************************************** Check out our sister Non-Profit! Human Outreach Project ➤ http://humanoutreachproject.org/
Views: 5941 World Wide Trekking
Weather while Climbing Kilimanjaro - What to Expect | Trek Tips
 
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http://wwtrek.com ➤ The weather on Kilimanjaro is varied. There are 5 different ecozones to deal with as you climb 19,341 feet in elevation. You’re going from sea level to 19,341’ in a week, so don’t be unprepared. Watch to learn from the experts who climb Kilimanjaro regularly and professionally! **************************************************************************************************************************** The first ecozone on Kilimanjaro is the rainforest. The rainforest is very humid and moist and having a rain poncho would be a good idea. As we ascend out of the rainforest, the heath and moorland zones are more arid and cool. Rain still occurs here and temperatures go from warm in the day to freezing at night so you’ll need warm layers for nighttime. The alpine desert is wide open with more wind and cold temperatures. The arctic zone extends up to the summit (16,000 -19,000ft) and features arctic winter temperatures. Kilimanjaro requires preparation for warm, humid areas as well as icy, cold areas. Keep up with World Wide Trekking to learn more! Kilimanjaro ➤ http://wwtrek.com/kilimanjaro-machame **************************************************************************************************************************** Subscribe to our travel channel for more tips and information: WWT ➤ http://youtube.com/c/Wwtrek?sub_confirmation=1 Questions or comments? Drop us a line in the comments section! **************************************************************************************************************************** Let’s socialize! For more information or to join us on World Wide Trekking Trips: Phone ➤ 1 (801) 943-0264 (Call us! M-F 9-5, MST) Email ➤ [email protected] Instagram ➤ https://instagram.com/wwtrek/ Twitter ➤ https://twitter.com/wwtrek Facebook ➤ https://facebook.com/WWTrek/ Blog ➤ http://wwtrek.com/blog/ **************************************************************************************************************************** Check out our sister Non-Profit! Human Outreach Project ➤ http://humanoutreachproject.org/
Views: 5549 World Wide Trekking
Kilimanjaro Packing: What Sleeping Bag & Pad to Pack? (Part 5/9)| Trek Tips
 
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http://wwtrek.com ➤ You’ll be spending 7 nights climbing Kilimanjaro, so you’ll want some comfort while sleeping to help make your experience as smooth as it can be. Watch this video to hear the sleeping pad/bag advice of experts who climb Kilimanjaro regularly and professionally! ************************************************************************************************************ On Mt. Kilimanjaro you’ll need to bring a sleeping pad and sleeping bag. World Wide Trekking will provide a foam pad in your tent, which you will place your sleeping pad on top of. A nice 1” thick inflatable sleeping pad should do the trick. You don’t need to go much thicker than that. As for sleeping bags, you’ll want one that’s rated to 15 degrees Fahrenheit. A good “mummy bag” will be ideal. Watch to learn the difference between down and synthetic sleeping bags and the best options for climbing Kilimanjaro. Kilimanjaro ➤ http://wwtrek.com/kilimanjaro-machame/ ************************************************************************************************************ Subscribe to our travel channel for more tips and information: WWT ➤ http://youtube.com/c/Wwtrek?sub_confirmation=1 Questions or comments? Drop us a line in the comments section! ************************************************************************************************************ Let’s socialize! For more information or to join us on World Wide Trekking Trips: Phone ➤ 1 (801) 943-0264 (Call us! M-F 9-5, MST) Email ➤ [email protected] Instagram ➤ https://instagram.com/wwtrek/ Twitter ➤ https://twitter.com/wwtrek Facebook ➤ https://facebook.com/WWTrek/ Blog ➤ http://wwtrek.com/blog/ ************************************************************************************************************ Check out our sister Non-Profit! Human Outreach Project ➤ http://humanoutreachproject.org/
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Kilimanjaro Packing: What Headwear to Pack? Hats, Glasses, and More (Part 4/9) | Trek Tips
 
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wwtrek.com ➤ In this video we cover the headwear supplies you’ll need for climbing Kilimanjaro. You’ll need a good headlamp, sunhat, sunglasses with UV protection, etc. Watch this video to learn about the required headwear for climbing Kilimanjaro from the experts who do it regularly and professionally! ************************************************************************************************************ Your headwear will accomplish two goals while climbing Kilimanjaro: keep the sun off of you during the day and keep you warm and your visibility high at night. You’ll definitely need a sunhat and sunglasses during the day, and a beanie and headlamp at night. Make sure your glasses have high UV protection and that your headlamp has extra batteries. Watch this video to hear all the details about headwear on Kilimanjaro! Kilimanjaro ➤ http://wwtrek.com/kilimanjaro-machame ************************************************************************************************************ Subscribe to our travel channel for more tips and information: WWT ➤ youtube.com/c/Wwtrek?sub_confirmation=1 Questions or comments? Drop us a line in the comments section! ************************************************************************************************************ Let’s socialize! For more information or to join us on World Wide Trekking Trips: Phone ➤ 1 (801) 943-0264 (Call us! M-F 9-5, MST) Email ➤ [email protected] Instagram ➤ instagram.com/wwtrek/ Twitter ➤ twitter.com/wwtrek Facebook ➤ facebook.com/WWTrek/ Blog ➤ wwtrek.com/blog/ ************************************************************************************************************ Check out our sister Non-Profit! Human Outreach Project ➤ humanoutreachproject.org/
Views: 2725 World Wide Trekking
Everest Base Camp Gear List & Packing Part 3: Sleeping Bags | Trek Tips
 
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http://wwtrek.com ➤ Your gear plays a large role in your comfortability and success in Nepal on your way to Everest Base Camp. This video covers sleeping bag requirements for the EBC trek and why guests might prefer down to synthetic, or vice versa. ************************************************************************************************************ World Wide Trekking wants to help minimize the stress involved in picking your gear and packing it all up. This part of trekking can be difficult, and we want to make sure that you have the gear you need for a successful trek to Mt. Everest Base Camp. We’re going to shed light on what gear you can cut corners on, and what gear is worth spending a bit more money on. This part of the series will break down everything you need to trek to Everest Base Camp! Everest Base Camp ➤ https://wwtrek.com/mt-everest-base-camp-nepal/ Everest Base Camp Gear List Download ➤ https://www.dropbox.com/s/x6a4nnsnxqw9ial/EBC%20Gear%20List.pdf?dl=0 ************************************************************************************************************ Subscribe to our travel channel for more tips and information: WWT ➤ http://youtube.com/c/Wwtrek?sub_confi... Questions or comments? Drop us a line in the comments section! ************************************************************************************************************ Let’s socialize! For more information or to join us on World Wide Trekking Trips: Phone ➤ 1 (801) 943-0264 (Call us! M-F 9-5, MST) Email ➤ [email protected] Instagram ➤ https://instagram.com/wwtrek/ Twitter ➤ https://twitter.com/wwtrek Facebook ➤ https://facebook.com/WWTrek/ Blog ➤ http://wwtrek.com/blog/ ************************************************************************************************************ Check out our sister Non-Profit! Human Outreach Project ➤ http://humanoutreachproject.org/
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Best Camera for Safari & Kilimanjaro: What to Pack | Trek Tips
 
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http://wwtrek.com ➤ When you’re on your adventure to Tanzania to climb Kilimanjaro, no doubt you’ll want to capture the moments. Watch this video to learn about our camera recommendations from the experts who climb Kilimanjaro regularly and professionally! For more camera information: https://youtu.be/pK3Y9nbxkDo **************************************************************************************************************************** When climbing a mountain like Kilimanjaro, it’s important to pack light. Oftentimes World Wide Trekking guests who bring DSLR cameras find that they ended up staying in the bag for most of the trip. They’re generally bulky and heavy. We recommend bringing a “point and shoot” camera for Kilimanjaro because they are lightweight, easier to access, and will ultimately help you take more photos of your adventure. If your cell phone has an adequate camera, then that is another great option. GoPro’s are another great, light option for being up on the mountain. Definitely bring extra batteries so you don’t miss anything! Make sure your memory cards are clear and have ample space. Lastly, when you’re at higher elevations and colder temperatures, you need to keep your camera and batteries warm so they aren’t drained by the cold temperature. Check out the rest of our Trek Tips series to learn more! Kilimanjaro ➤ http://wwtrek.com/kilimanjaro-machame **************************************************************************************************************************** Subscribe to our travel channel for more tips and information: WWT ➤ http://youtube.com/c/Wwtrek?sub_confirmation=1 Questions or comments? Drop us a line in the comments section! **************************************************************************************************************************** Let’s socialize! For more information or to join us on World Wide Trekking Trips: Phone ➤ 1 (801) 943-0264 (Call us! M-F 9-5, MST) Email ➤ [email protected] Instagram ➤ https://instagram.com/wwtrek/ Twitter ➤ https://twitter.com/wwtrek Facebook ➤ https://facebook.com/WWTrek/ Blog ➤ http://wwtrek.com/blog/ **************************************************************************************************************************** Check out our sister Non-Profit! Human Outreach Project ➤ http://humanoutreachproject.org/
Views: 2728 World Wide Trekking
Kilimanjaro Packing: What Clothes to Pack for Kilimanjaro? (Part 2/9) | Trek Tips
 
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http://wwtrek.com ➤ With the right clothing, your trip to Tanzania will be more enjoyable as you encounter the elements while climbing Kilimanjaro. In this video you’ll learn all you need to know about what clothing to pack from the experts who climb Kilimanjaro regularly and professionally! ************************************************************************************************************ With World Wide Trekking, you’ll have an opportunity to do laundry in the interim between climbing Kilimanjaro and going on safari, so don’t over-pack! Comfortable travel clothes will be necessary for your flight, relaxing at the lodge, and during the safari. On Kilimanjaro, you’ll want some more layers including thermal pants, comfortable sweat pants, jackets, poly T-shirts (not cotton), 6 pairs of socks and underwear, shell layers (top and bottom), etc. Layers are the key to warmth on Kilimanjaro. Watch this video to hear all the details about clothing on Kilimanjaro! Kilimanjaro ➤ http://wwtrek.com/kilimanjaro-machame ************************************************************************************************************ Subscribe to our travel channel for more tips and information: WWT ➤ http://youtube.com/c/Wwtrek?sub_confirmation=1 Questions or comments? Drop us a line in the comments section! ************************************************************************************************************ Let’s socialize! For more information or to join us on World Wide Trekking Trips: Phone ➤ 1 (801) 943-0264 (Call us! M-F 9-5, MST) Email ➤ [email protected] Instagram ➤ https://instagram.com/wwtrek/ Twitter ➤ https://twitter.com/wwtrek Facebook ➤ https://facebook.com/WWTrek/ Blog ➤ http://wwtrek.com/blog/ ************************************************************************************************************ Check out our sister Non-Profit! Human Outreach Project ➤ http://humanoutreachproject.org/
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Kilimanjaro Packing: What Personal Gear to Pack? Cameras, Snacks, and More (Part 7/9) | Trek Tips
 
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http://wwtrek.com ➤ There are a few personal items you’ll want to bring along on your Kilimanjaro climb to make the experience all the more smooth and enjoyable. Watch now to see the continued Kilimanjaro gear list! ************************************************************************************************************ Among the extra personal items you should pack on Kilimanjaro are a water bottle, trail snacks, hand-warmers, a camera, extra batteries, and some form of personal entertainment. Watch this video to hear our expert recommendations on the type of water bottle to bring, the best way to store and transport trail snacks, which type of camera will be the handiest, and more! Kilimanjaro ➤ http://wwtrek.com/kilimanjaro-machame/ ************************************************************************************************************ Subscribe to our travel channel for more tips and information: WWT ➤ http://youtube.com/c/Wwtrek?sub_confirmation=1 Questions or comments? Drop us a line in the comments section! ************************************************************************************************************ Let’s socialize! For more information or to join us on World Wide Trekking Trips: Phone ➤ 1 (801) 943-0264 (Call us! M-F 9-5, MST) Email ➤ [email protected] Instagram ➤ https://instagram.com/wwtrek/ Twitter ➤ https://twitter.com/wwtrek Facebook ➤ https://facebook.com/WWTrek/ Blog ➤ http://wwtrek.com/blog/ ************************************************************************************************************ Check out our sister Non-Profit! Human Outreach Project ➤ http://humanoutreachproject.org/
Views: 2815 World Wide Trekking
Safety Concerns Climbing Kilimanjaro | Trek Tips
 
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http://wwtrek.com ➤ It is safe to climb Kilimanjaro if you know how to ascend correctly. The 19,341’ elevation rise requires proper acclimatization. Learn how to stay safe on Kilimanjaro from the experts who climb it regularly and professionally! **************************************************************************************************************************** In this video we address some common safety issues on Kilimanjaro. Most sickness is altitude induced and injury occurs because of failure to pay attention to acclimatization. With WWT, we take special care to monitor the health of our guests to ensure a safe journey. Proper diet, fluid hydration, and acclimatization methods are key to safely climbing Kilimanjaro. Most of the dangers arise simply from negligence of proper climbing and acclimatizing methods. Kilimanjaro ➤ http://wwtrek.com/kilimanjaro-machame/ **************************************************************************************************************************** Subscribe to our travel channel for more tips and information: WWT ➤ http://youtube.com/c/Wwtrek?sub_confirmation=1 Questions or comments? Drop us a line in the comments section! **************************************************************************************************************************** Let’s socialize! For more information or to join us on World Wide Trekking Trips: Phone ➤ 1 (801) 943-0264 (Call us! M-F 9-5, MST) Email ➤ [email protected] Instagram ➤ https://instagram.com/wwtrek/ Twitter ➤ https://twitter.com/wwtrek Facebook ➤ https://facebook.com/WWTrek/ Blog ➤ http://wwtrek.com/blog/ **************************************************************************************************************************** Check out our sister Non-Profit! Human Outreach Project ➤ http://humanoutreachproject.org/
Views: 2038 World Wide Trekking
The Best Camera for Your Everest Base Camp Trek | Trek Tips
 
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http://wwtrek.com ➤ While trekking to Everest Base Camp, you'll be constantly moving. We think the best camera to bring is the whichever provides you with the most convenience. Leave the larger DSLRs to the photographers, and bring a camera you can quickly access to make sure you don't miss any special moments - whether that's your iPhone or another point-and-shoot style camera. Watch to learn more! ****************************************************************************************************** New point-and-shoot style cameras have excellent image quality without requiring the setup, lens changing, and experience of a larger DSLR camera. Mobile phones are another great option, provided you can keep them charged up - for more on charging and other camera accessories, check out our other video: https://youtu.be/3tKruJwciN4 Nepal ➤ http://wwtrek.com/nepal/ ****************************************************************************************************** Subscribe to our travel channel for more tips and information: WWT ➤ http://youtube.com/c/Wwtrek?sub_confirmation=1 Questions or comments? Drop us a line in the comments section! ****************************************************************************************************** Let’s socialize! For more information or to join us on World Wide Trekking Trips: Phone ➤ 1 (801) 943-0264 (Call us! M-F 9-5, MST) Email ➤ [email protected] Instagram ➤ https://instagram.com/wwtrek/ Twitter ➤ https://twitter.com/wwtrek Facebook ➤ https://facebook.com/WWTrek/ Blog ➤ http://wwtrek.com/blog/ ****************************************************************************************************** Check out our sister Non-Profit! Human Outreach Project ➤ http://humanoutreachproject.org/
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How Old (or Young) Can I Be & Still Climb Kilimanjaro? | Trek Tips
 
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http://wwtrek.com ➤ Is your child old enough to join you on the adventure of climbing Kilimanjaro? Probably! Watch to learn about the appropriate age range for climbing Kilimanjaro from the experts who climb it regularly and professionally! **************************************************************************************************************************** At WWT, we’ve taken guests as old 75 and children as young as 10 years old to the summit of Kilimanjaro. We love to have families ascend Kilimanjaro together; it provides for a really special experience. The main concern with younger climbers is to ensure that they do indeed want to do the climb. 19,341’ is a long way to drag an unwilling participant if their heart is not in it. The most successful experiences come to those who have thoroughly researched the climb and become excited about its components. Incite your child’s excitement and reach the summit! Kilimanjaro ➤ http://wwtrek.com/kilimanjaro-machame/ **************************************************************************************************************************** Subscribe to our travel channel for more tips and information: WWT ➤ http://youtube.com/c/Wwtrek?sub_confirmation=1 Questions or comments? Drop us a line in the comments section! **************************************************************************************************************************** Let’s socialize! For more information or to join us on World Wide Trekking Trips: Phone ➤ 1 (801) 943-0264 (Call us! M-F 9-5, MST) Email ➤ [email protected] Instagram ➤ https://instagram.com/wwtrek/ Twitter ➤ https://twitter.com/wwtrek Facebook ➤ https://facebook.com/WWTrek/ Blog ➤ http://wwtrek.com/blog/ **************************************************************************************************************************** Check out our sister Non-Profit! Human Outreach Project ➤ http://humanoutreachproject.org/
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Diamox Acclimatization while Climbing Kilimanjaro | Trek Tips
 
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http://wwtrek.com ➤ Diamox can help you acclimatize to the high altitude of Kilimanjaro. Acclimatization is the main challenge when climbing Kilimanjaro, so watch this video to hear expert advice from those who climb Kilimanjaro regularly and professionally! **************************************************************************************************************************** Taking your body to 19,341’ is difficult, but Diamox can help ease the adjustment. Diamox is a Carbonic inhibitor and a respiratory stimulant. It helps you acclimatize more quickly at higher elevations. You should have 250mg tablets which you can break in half and take 125mg with breakfast and 125mg at dinnertime. You should do this daily so you’ll need 7 for climbing Kilimanjaro. It is wise to try Diamox at home before your trip to ensure you don’t have any negative side effects. Kilimanjaro ➤ http://wwtrek.com/kilimanjaro-machame **************************************************************************************************************************** Subscribe to our travel channel for more tips and information: WWT ➤ http://youtube.com/c/Wwtrek?sub_confirmation=1 Questions or comments? Drop us a line in the comments section! **************************************************************************************************************************** Let’s socialize! For more information or to join us on World Wide Trekking Trips: Phone ➤ 1 (801) 943-0264 (Call us! M-F 9-5, MST) Email ➤ [email protected] Instagram ➤ https://instagram.com/wwtrek/ Twitter ➤ https://twitter.com/wwtrek Facebook ➤ https://facebook.com/WWTrek/ Blog ➤ http://wwtrek.com/blog/ **************************************************************************************************************************** Check out our sister Non-Profit! Human Outreach Project ➤ http://humanoutreachproject.org/
Views: 10641 World Wide Trekking
General Safety in Tanzania for Climbing Kilimanjaro & Safaris | Trek Tips
 
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http://wwtrek.com ➤ Safety is always a concern, so is Tanzania safe? Generally, yes, but there are definitely steps to ensure that your safety is a top priority. Watch to learn about safety in Tanzania from the experts who visit regularly and professionally! **************************************************************************************************************************** Tanzania doesn’t have much political unrest or large-scale issues like that. The main things to be concerned about are: not drinking the tap water, not traveling at night, avoiding the impoverished parts of town with higher crime rates, and making sure not to contract malaria by taking anti-malaria medication (like Malarone). Over 1 million tourists visit Tanzania yearly with excellent safety, and WWT can help make that happen! Kilimanjaro ➤ http://wwtrek.com/kilimanjaro-machame/ **************************************************************************************************************************** Subscribe to our travel channel for more tips and information: WWT ➤ http://youtube.com/c/Wwtrek?sub_confirmation=1 Questions or comments? Drop us a line in the comments section! **************************************************************************************************************************** Let’s socialize! For more information or to join us on World Wide Trekking Trips: Phone ➤ 1 (801) 943-0264 (Call us! M-F 9-5, MST) Email ➤ [email protected] Instagram ➤ https://instagram.com/wwtrek/ Twitter ➤ https://twitter.com/wwtrek Facebook ➤ https://facebook.com/WWTrek/ Blog ➤ http://wwtrek.com/blog/ **************************************************************************************************************************** Check out our sister Non-Profit! Human Outreach Project ➤ http://humanoutreachproject.org/
Views: 3103 World Wide Trekking
Climbing Kilimanjaro: Climate and What to Expect | Trek Tips
 
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http://wwtrek.com ➤ The climate and weather on Kilimanjaro can be tricky. Don’t go in unprepared. Learn about Kilimanjaro’s climate from the experts who climb it regularly and professionally! ************************************************************** In this video we introduce the climate of Kilimanjaro. Kilimanjaro is a dormant volcano that rises 19,341 feet in elevation. Along that rise, a lot can (and does) change. Kilimanjaro has 5 different “ecozones” which each provide different conditions and challenges to overcome. Summiting Kilimanjaro entails dealing with all of the elements - rain, sun, wind, and snow. The journey begins at the base in the wet rainforest ecozone, then comes the Heath ecozone which is prairie-like, then the Moorland ecozone which is much rockier, followed by the Alpine Desert where temperatures begin to drop before reaching their lowest point near the snowy summit in the Glacier ecozone. Kilimanjaro ➤ http://wwtrek.com/kilimanjaro-machame/ ************************************************************** Subscribe to our travel channel for more tips and information: WWT ➤ http://youtube.com/c/Wwtrek?sub_confirmation=1 Questions or comments? Drop us a line in the comments section! ************************************************************** Let’s socialize! For more information or to join us on World Wide Trekking Trips: Phone ➤ 1 (801) 943-0264 (Call us! M-F 9-5, MST) Email ➤ [email protected] Instagram ➤ https://instagram.com/wwtrek/ Twitter ➤ https://twitter.com/wwtrek Facebook ➤ https://facebook.com/WWTrek/ Blog ➤ http://wwtrek.com/blog/ ************************************************************** Check out our sister Non-Profit! Human Outreach Project ➤ http://humanoutreachproject.org/
Views: 2267 World Wide Trekking
Climbing Kilimanjaro: Machame Route Days 1 & 2 | Trek Tips
 
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http://wwtrek.com ➤ This section of the series goes through our day-to-day itinerary on the Kilimanjaro Machame Route climb. This video covers the first 2 days: arrival in Tanzania, a cultural walking tour, and pre-climb orientation. Watch to learn more from the experts who climb Kilimanjaro regularly and professionally! ************************************************************************************************************ With World Wide Trekking, day 1 marks our arrival in Tanzania. We pick you up at the airport and drive back to our lodge and check in. We have a small reception and get to know each other and get some sleep. The following day we have a cultural walking tour through some of the local villages in Arusha. Then we make our way to a coffee plantation and have a small tour before our pre-climb orientation that evening. Watch to learn more about the first two orientation days with World Wide Trekking! Kilimanjaro ➤ http://wwtrek.com/kilimanjaro-machame ************************************************************************************************************ Subscribe to our travel channel for more tips and information: WWT ➤ http://youtube.com/c/Wwtrek?sub_confirmation=1 Questions or comments? Drop us a line in the comments section! ************************************************************************************************************ Let’s socialize! For more information or to join us on World Wide Trekking Trips: Phone ➤ 1 (801) 943-0264 (Call us! M-F 9-5, MST) Email ➤ [email protected] Instagram ➤ https://instagram.com/wwtrek/ Twitter ➤ https://twitter.com/wwtrek Facebook ➤ https://facebook.com/WWTrek/ Blog ➤ http://wwtrek.com/blog/ ************************************************************************************************************ Check out our sister Non-Profit! Human Outreach Project ➤ http://humanoutreachproject.org/
Views: 1665 World Wide Trekking
Everest Base Camp Gear List & Packing Part 4: Headwear | Trek Tips
 
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http://wwtrek.com ➤ Your gear plays a large role in your comfortability and success in Nepal on your way to Everest Base Camp. This video covers all your headwear needs for EBC including hats, eye protection, headlamps, and more! ************************************************************************************************************ World Wide Trekking wants to help minimize the stress involved in picking your gear and packing it all up. This part of trekking can be difficult, and we want to make sure that you have the gear you need for a successful trek to Mt. Everest Base Camp. We’re going to shed light on what gear you can cut corners on, and what gear is worth spending a bit more money on. This part of the series will break down everything you need to trek to Everest Base Camp! Everest Base Camp ➤ https://wwtrek.com/mt-everest-base-camp-nepal/ Everest Base Camp Gear List Download ➤ https://www.dropbox.com/s/x6a4nnsnxqw9ial/EBC%20Gear%20List.pdf?dl=0 ************************************************************************************************************ Subscribe to our travel channel for more tips and information: WWT ➤ http://youtube.com/c/Wwtrek?sub_confi... Questions or comments? Drop us a line in the comments section! ************************************************************************************************************ Let’s socialize! For more information or to join us on World Wide Trekking Trips: Phone ➤ 1 (801) 943-0264 (Call us! M-F 9-5, MST) Email ➤ [email protected] Instagram ➤ https://instagram.com/wwtrek/ Twitter ➤ https://twitter.com/wwtrek Facebook ➤ https://facebook.com/WWTrek/ Blog ➤ http://wwtrek.com/blog/ ************************************************************************************************************ Check out our sister Non-Profit! Human Outreach Project ➤ http://humanoutreachproject.org/
Views: 882 World Wide Trekking
Kilimanjaro Packing: All-in-One Gear Packing Guide (Part 9/9)  | Trek Tips
 
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http://wwtrek.com ➤ This is the culmination of our packing for Kilimanjaro series. You know what to bring from the previous videos, now watch this final checklist and learn the best ways to fit everything under the weight restrictions! ************************************************************************************************************ World Wide Trekking porters can carry up to 44lb duffel bags, and airlines charge extra for bags over 50lbs, so learn how to pack efficiently by watching this video! In this installment, we go through the best way to fit everything in your duffel (with ditty bags), what to pack in your daypack/carryon, and why you’ll want to bring an extra storage bag to leave at your hotel while climbing Kilimanjaro or exploring on your African Safari. Safari ➤ http://wwtrek.com/african-safari/ ************************************************************************************************************ Subscribe to our travel channel for more tips and information: WWT ➤ http://youtube.com/c/Wwtrek?sub_confirmation=1 Questions or comments? Drop us a line in the comments section! ************************************************************************************************************ Let’s socialize! For more information or to join us on World Wide Trekking Trips: Phone ➤ 1 (801) 943-0264 (Call us! M-F 9-5, MST) Email ➤ [email protected] Instagram ➤ https://instagram.com/wwtrek/ Twitter ➤ https://twitter.com/wwtrek Facebook ➤ https://facebook.com/WWTrek/ Blog ➤ http://wwtrek.com/blog/ ************************************************************************************************************ Check out our sister Non-Profit! Human Outreach Project ➤ http://humanoutreachproject.org/
Views: 2309 World Wide Trekking
Everest Base Camp Gear List & Packing Part 2 : Daypacks & Luggage | Trek Tips
 
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http://wwtrek.com ➤ Your gear plays a large role in your comfortability and success in Nepal on your way to Everest Base Camp. This video covers bags and luggage (daypack, duffel bags, travel bags) that you should use on your trek to EBC! ************************************************************************************************************ World Wide Trekking wants to help minimize the stress involved in picking your gear and packing it all up. This part of trekking can be difficult, and we want to make sure that you have the gear you need for a successful trek to Mt. Everest Base Camp. We’re going to shed light on what gear you can cut corners on, and what gear is worth spending a bit more money on. This part of the series will break down everything you need to trek to Everest Base Camp! Everest Base Camp ➤ https://wwtrek.com/mt-everest-base-camp-nepal/ Everest Base Camp Gear List Download ➤ https://www.dropbox.com/s/x6a4nnsnxqw9ial/EBC%20Gear%20List.pdf?dl=0 ************************************************************************************************************ Subscribe to our travel channel for more tips and information: WWT ➤ http://youtube.com/c/Wwtrek?sub_confi... Questions or comments? Drop us a line in the comments section! ************************************************************************************************************ Let’s socialize! For more information or to join us on World Wide Trekking Trips: Phone ➤ 1 (801) 943-0264 (Call us! M-F 9-5, MST) Email ➤ [email protected] Instagram ➤ https://instagram.com/wwtrek/ Twitter ➤ https://twitter.com/wwtrek Facebook ➤ https://facebook.com/WWTrek/ Blog ➤ http://wwtrek.com/blog/ ************************************************************************************************************ Check out our sister Non-Profit! Human Outreach Project ➤ http://humanoutreachproject.org/
Views: 1401 World Wide Trekking
Climate and Weather in Nepal on your Everest Base Camp Trek | Trek Tips
 
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http://wwtrek.com ➤ The trek to Everest Base Camp will take you through a few different climates - be prepared! ****************************************************************************************************** From the warm streets of Kathmandu, to the lush and sometimes rainy lower Khumbu valley, to the dry and arid upper Khumbu valley - there are plenty of different conditions to prepare for. Learn about what to expect in this video! Nepal ➤ http://wwtrek.com/nepal/ ****************************************************************************************************** Subscribe to our travel channel for more tips and information: WWT ➤ http://youtube.com/c/Wwtrek?sub_confirmation=1 Questions or comments? Drop us a line in the comments section! ****************************************************************************************************** Let’s socialize! For more information or to join us on World Wide Trekking Trips: Phone ➤ 1 (801) 943-0264 (Call us! M-F 9-5, MST) Email ➤ [email protected] Instagram ➤ https://instagram.com/wwtrek/ Twitter ➤ https://twitter.com/wwtrek Facebook ➤ https://facebook.com/WWTrek/ Blog ➤ http://wwtrek.com/blog/ ****************************************************************************************************** Check out our sister Non-Profit! Human Outreach Project ➤ http://humanoutreachproject.org/
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Climbing Kilimanjaro: Camps & Crews | Trek Tips
 
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http://wwtrek.com ➤ At World Wide Trekking, we pride ourselves on our incredible crews and staff. Our guides are medically certified, professionally trained, and have real-world experience. Watch to hear about our crews and camps from the experts who climb Kilimanjaro regularly and professionally! **************************************************************************************************************************** Our crews for climbing Kilimanjaro are top notch! You’ll have a Western lead guide who is medically certified and well trained with years of experience. Then you’ll have local Tanzanian licensed guides. World Wide Trekking provides 1 guide for every 2 guests on the climb – a really amazing ratio. We have a cooking crew, serving crew, a tent crew for setup and breakdown, toilet attendants, a water filtration crew, and a huge staff of porters to help move all our supplies while we’re climbing Kilimanjaro. We have a cook tent, and a dining tent with a table and chairs inside and 2 privacy tents for using the toilet while on Kilimanjaro. Kilimanjaro ➤ http://wwtrek.com/kilimanjaro-machame **************************************************************************************************************************** Subscribe to our travel channel for more tips and information: WWT ➤ http://youtube.com/c/Wwtrek?sub_confirmation=1 Questions or comments? Drop us a line in the comments section! **************************************************************************************************************************** Let’s socialize! For more information or to join us on World Wide Trekking Trips: Phone ➤ 1 (801) 943-0264 (Call us! M-F 9-5, MST) Email ➤ [email protected] Instagram ➤ https://instagram.com/wwtrek/ Twitter ➤ https://twitter.com/wwtrek Facebook ➤ https://facebook.com/WWTrek/ Blog ➤ http://wwtrek.com/blog/ **************************************************************************************************************************** Check out our sister Non-Profit! Human Outreach Project ➤ http://humanoutreachproject.org/
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Food & Dining on the Everest Base Camp Trek | Trek Tips
 
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http://wwtrek.com ➤ On the Everest Base Camp trek, all of our guests will be ordering individually off of the menus in Kathmandu restaurants and Khumbu Valley teahouses. The options are plentiful, so order what you'd like! ****************************************************************************************************** This video covers the meal accommodations both before and after the trek in Kathmandu (breakfast buffets, nice dinners, etc.) as well as the meal accommodations on the trek itself (individual breakfast and dinner orders, but a group lunch to save time). Watch now to learn more! Nepal ➤ http://wwtrek.com/nepal/ ****************************************************************************************************** Subscribe to our travel channel for more tips and information: WWT ➤ http://youtube.com/c/Wwtrek?sub_confirmation=1 Questions or comments? Drop us a line in the comments section! ****************************************************************************************************** Let’s socialize! For more information or to join us on World Wide Trekking Trips: Phone ➤ 1 (801) 943-0264 (Call us! M-F 9-5, MST) Email ➤ [email protected] Instagram ➤ https://instagram.com/wwtrek/ Twitter ➤ https://twitter.com/wwtrek Facebook ➤ https://facebook.com/WWTrek/ Blog ➤ http://wwtrek.com/blog/ ****************************************************************************************************** Check out our sister Non-Profit! Human Outreach Project ➤ http://humanoutreachproject.org/
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Everest Base Camp Trek Video Series Introduction | Trek Tips
 
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http://wwtrek.com ➤ We are excited to introduce our new series on trekking to Mt. Everest Base Camp! ****************************************************************************************************** Just like in other series, we will be going over every tiny detail of the trek to Mt. Everest Base Camp - everything you need to know, pack, and do in order to prepare for a successful and enjoyable adventure to Nepal! Nepal ➤ http://wwtrek.com/nepal/ ****************************************************************************************************** Subscribe to our travel channel for more tips and information: WWT ➤ http://youtube.com/c/Wwtrek?sub_confirmation=1 Questions or comments? Drop us a line in the comments section! ****************************************************************************************************** Let’s socialize! For more information or to join us on World Wide Trekking Trips: Phone ➤ 1 (801) 943-0264 (Call us! M-F 9-5, MST) Email ➤ [email protected] Instagram ➤ https://instagram.com/wwtrek/ Twitter ➤ https://twitter.com/wwtrek Facebook ➤ https://facebook.com/WWTrek/ Blog ➤ http://wwtrek.com/blog/ ****************************************************************************************************** Check out our sister Non-Profit! Human Outreach Project ➤ http://humanoutreachproject.org/
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Safety on the Everest Base Camp Trek - Avoid Danger! | Trek Tips
 
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http://wwtrek.com ➤ It's very important to travel and trek safely in Nepal. In this video we cover some of the potential hazards you might encounter. ****************************************************************************************************** Your World Wide Trekking guides will take great care of you with evening briefs and foresight for potential hazards. You'll want to stay hydrated, travel slowly, take breaks, pay attention to traffic on the trek, and address any issues (like blisters from your boots) before they become more severe. Watch now to learn more! Nepal ➤ http://wwtrek.com/nepal/ ****************************************************************************************************** Subscribe to our travel channel for more tips and information: WWT ➤ http://youtube.com/c/Wwtrek?sub_confirmation=1 Questions or comments? Drop us a line in the comments section! ****************************************************************************************************** Let’s socialize! For more information or to join us on World Wide Trekking Trips: Phone ➤ 1 (801) 943-0264 (Call us! M-F 9-5, MST) Email ➤ [email protected] Instagram ➤ https://instagram.com/wwtrek/ Twitter ➤ https://twitter.com/wwtrek Facebook ➤ https://facebook.com/WWTrek/ Blog ➤ http://wwtrek.com/blog/ ****************************************************************************************************** Check out our sister Non-Profit! Human Outreach Project ➤ http://humanoutreachproject.org/
Views: 773 World Wide Trekking
Kilimanjaro Packing: What to Pack in Your First Aid Kit? (Part 8/9) | Trek Tips
 
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http://wwtrek.com ➤ Safety is always a concern when embarking on a feat like climbing Kilimanjaro. World Wide Trekking packs an extensive first aid kit on our trips, but there are still some small items you might want to bring also. Watch to learn more from the experts who climb Kilimanjaro regularly and professionally! ************************************************************************************************************ World Wide Trekking is well-prepared for our adventure on Kilimanjaro, but you’ll still want a small, personal first aid kit. You’ll want some Band-Aids, blister care materials, good sunblock, lip balm, insect repellant, and a few prescription medications (Malarone, Diamox, Ciprofloxacin, and a Z-pak). Eye drops are also helpful in the dusty conditions high up on Kilimanjaro. Watch this video to learn more about what to pack in your Kilimanjaro first aid kit! Kilimanjaro ➤ http://wwtrek.com/kilimanjaro-machame/ ************************************************************************************************************ Subscribe to our travel channel for more tips and information: WWT ➤ http://youtube.com/c/Wwtrek?sub_confirmation=1 Questions or comments? Drop us a line in the comments section! ************************************************************************************************************ Let’s socialize! For more information or to join us on World Wide Trekking Trips: Phone ➤ 1 (801) 943-0264 (Call us! M-F 9-5, MST) Email ➤ [email protected] Instagram ➤ https://instagram.com/wwtrek/ Twitter ➤ https://twitter.com/wwtrek Facebook ➤ https://facebook.com/WWTrek/ Blog ➤ http://wwtrek.com/blog/ ************************************************************************************************************ Check out our sister Non-Profit! Human Outreach Project ➤ http://humanoutreachproject.org/
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Climbing Kilimanjaro: Medicine You Will Need in Tanzania | Trek Tips
 
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http://wwtrek.com ➤ In this video we discuss the medications you’ll want to bring to Tanzania for your Kilimanjaro climb and safari. Watch to hear the best advice from experts who climb Kilimanjaro and visit Tanzania regularly and professionally! **************************************************************************************************************************** As we’ve mentioned, you’ll want to pack any daily personal medications in your carryon baggage in case your stowaway baggage is delayed from arrival in Tanzania. You’ll also want a few over-the-counter medications with you as well as a couple prescription medications. It’s a good idea to have some Imodium and Pepto Bismol, and maybe even some Visine for the dry and dusty air. Items like these are easier to bring to Tanzania than they are to find locally once you’ve arrived. In the event that you become ill overseas, you’ll be thankful you brought some prescription medications. The prescription medications you might want as well include Cipro (for stomach bugs), Z-pack (for any respiratory infection), and Malarone (a Malaria preventative). These things are much easier to get domestically in the US rather than locally in Tanzania. World Wide Trekking will have a full medical kit in the case of any emergencies and all of our guides are medically certified with years and years of practical experience. Kilimanjaro ➤ http://wwtrek.com/kilimanjaro-machame **************************************************************************************************************************** Subscribe to our travel channel for more tips and information: WWT ➤ http://youtube.com/c/Wwtrek?sub_confirmation=1 Questions or comments? Drop us a line in the comments section! **************************************************************************************************************************** Let’s socialize! For more information or to join us on World Wide Trekking Trips: Phone ➤ 1 (801) 943-0264 (Call us! M-F 9-5, MST) Email ➤ [email protected] Instagram ➤ https://instagram.com/wwtrek/ Twitter ➤ https://twitter.com/wwtrek Facebook ➤ https://facebook.com/WWTrek/ Blog ➤ http://wwtrek.com/blog/ **************************************************************************************************************************** Check out our sister Non-Profit! Human Outreach Project ➤ http://humanoutreachproject.org/
Views: 1582 World Wide Trekking
Climbing Kilimanjaro: Machame Route Day 4 | Trek Tips
 
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http://wwtrek.com ➤ This section of the series goes through our day-to-day itinerary on the Kilimanjaro Machame Route climb. This video covers the 4th day when we hike from the Machame camp to the Shira camp. Watch to learn more from the experts who climb Kilimanjaro regularly and professionally! ************************************************************************************************************ With World Wide Trekking, day 4 is when we travel from the Machame camp (9,350 feet) to the Shira camp (12,500 feet). We do our breakfast routine and start our climb. This day is not as long – only 3.5 miles of hiking over 5-7 hours. We’ll be going a shorter distance over a decent elevation climb, which means this section will be a bit steeper than other sections. It can be a bit muddy and rocky so you’ll definitely want your trekking poles to help along the way. We’ll do our usual long lunch and make our way to the Shira camp. Watch to learn more details of day 4! Kilimanjaro ➤ http://wwtrek.com/kilimanjaro-machame ************************************************************************************************************ Subscribe to our travel channel for more tips and information: WWT ➤ http://youtube.com/c/Wwtrek?sub_confirmation=1 Questions or comments? Drop us a line in the comments section! ************************************************************************************************************ Let’s socialize! For more information or to join us on World Wide Trekking Trips: Phone ➤ 1 (801) 943-0264 (Call us! M-F 9-5, MST) Email ➤ [email protected] Instagram ➤ https://instagram.com/wwtrek/ Twitter ➤ https://twitter.com/wwtrek Facebook ➤ https://facebook.com/WWTrek/ Blog ➤ http://wwtrek.com/blog/ ************************************************************************************************************ Check out our sister Non-Profit! Human Outreach Project ➤ http://humanoutreachproject.org/
Views: 1046 World Wide Trekking
Climbing Kilimanjaro: Clean Drinking Water in tanzania | Trek Tips
 
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http://wwtrek.com ➤What is safe to drink and what isn’t? This is a common question when traveling abroad, especially to foreign places like Tanzania. Watch this video to learn about safe water sources for your climb from the experts who climb Kilimanjaro regularly and professionally! **************************************************************************************************************************** Stay hydrated on your flight to Tanzania! World Wide Trekking will have plenty of bottled water for you once you arrive in Tanzania. Bottled water will be provided as we travel through Tanzania and our safari adventures. Avoid drinking tap water, and don’t even wet your toothbrush in the tap water. Don’t take water in your mouth while showering either. Avoid tap water altogether. On the mountain, WWT uses a water filtration system (Katadyn Ceramic Micro Filter) which filters all sediments, particles, and microorganisms in the water. This system is really the best money can buy for large expedition-sized groups. Bring a 1-liter sized Nalgene water bottle for most of your water needs on Kilimanjaro. Kilimanjaro ➤ http://wwtrek.com/kilimanjaro-machame **************************************************************************************************************************** Subscribe to our travel channel for more tips and information: WWT ➤ http://youtube.com/c/Wwtrek?sub_confirmation=1 Questions or comments? Drop us a line in the comments section! **************************************************************************************************************************** Let’s socialize! For more information or to join us on World Wide Trekking Trips: Phone ➤ 1 (801) 943-0264 (Call us! M-F 9-5, MST) Email ➤ [email protected] Instagram ➤ https://instagram.com/wwtrek/ Twitter ➤ https://twitter.com/wwtrek Facebook ➤ https://facebook.com/WWTrek/ Blog ➤ http://wwtrek.com/blog/ **************************************************************************************************************************** Check out our sister Non-Profit! Human Outreach Project ➤ http://humanoutreachproject.org/
Views: 2078 World Wide Trekking
Cameras, Accessories, and Charging on the Trek to Everest Base Camp | Trek Tips
 
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http://wwtrek.com ➤ The Everest Base Camp trek lasts a total of 17 days - make sure you bring enough batteries and memory cards to last the whole trip and the means to recharge in the upper valley. We recommend point-and-shoot cameras unless you have a lot of experience using a larger camera. Watch this video to learn more about what camera gear to bring! ****************************************************************************************************** Without a lot of user experience, large DSLRs tend to stay in the daypack while a point-and-shoot camera is much more versatile and tends to get more use. In any case, make sure you’ve got plenty of memory and battery so you don’t miss any special moments on the trek to Everest Base Camp! This video also covers selfie-sticks, tripods, and other camera accessories you might have in tow. Nepal ➤ http://wwtrek.com/nepal/ ****************************************************************************************************** Subscribe to our travel channel for more tips and information: WWT ➤ http://youtube.com/c/Wwtrek?sub_confirmation=1 Questions or comments? Drop us a line in the comments section! ****************************************************************************************************** Let’s socialize! For more information or to join us on World Wide Trekking Trips: Phone ➤ 1 (801) 943-0264 (Call us! M-F 9-5, MST) Email ➤ [email protected] Instagram ➤ https://instagram.com/wwtrek/ Twitter ➤ https://twitter.com/wwtrek Facebook ➤ https://facebook.com/WWTrek/ Blog ➤ http://wwtrek.com/blog/ ****************************************************************************************************** Check out our sister Non-Profit! Human Outreach Project ➤ http://humanoutreachproject.org/
Views: 1267 World Wide Trekking
Will My Phone Work Climbing Kilimanjaro? A Guide to Communications in Tanzania  | Trek Tips
 
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http://wwtrek.com ➤ Climbing Kilimanjaro is a great way to get away from the world, but you might also want to stay somewhat connected. Watch to find out the best ways to share your Tanzanian adventure with your family and friends back home! **************************************************************************************************************************** World Wide Trekking recommends that you open an account with Skype or What’s App before you depart for Tanzania. These services allow you to communicate more freely overseas. With Skype and What’s App you can communicate via voice, video, and IM through a Wi-Fi connection. If you opt for an international cell plan, you can make ordinary calls in Tanzania with your cell phone. Phone reception on Kilimanjaro is generally available except for in the rainforest at the bottom. World Wide Trekking carries a number of devices like satellite phones, local Tanzanian cell phones, and InReach Explorers (GPS Satellite Tracking Device) which allow us to share our location instantly and wirelessly with family and friends. Kilimanjaro ➤ http://wwtrek.com/kilimanjaro-machame **************************************************************************************************************************** Subscribe to our travel channel for more tips and information: WWT ➤ http://youtube.com/c/Wwtrek?sub_confirmation=1 Questions or comments? Drop us a line in the comments section! **************************************************************************************************************************** Let’s socialize! For more information or to join us on World Wide Trekking Trips: Phone ➤ 1 (801) 943-0264 (Call us! M-F 9-5, MST) Email ➤ [email protected] Instagram ➤ https://instagram.com/wwtrek/ Twitter ➤ https://twitter.com/wwtrek Facebook ➤ https://facebook.com/WWTrek/ Blog ➤ http://wwtrek.com/blog/ **************************************************************************************************************************** Check out our sister Non-Profit! Human Outreach Project ➤ http://humanoutreachproject.org/
Views: 1423 World Wide Trekking
Acclimatization while Climbing Kilimanjaro | Trek Tips
 
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http://wwtrek.com ➤ A successful climb of Kilimanjaro requires allowing your body time to properly acclimatize to higher elevation. Watch this video to learn from experts who climb Kilimanjaro regularly and professionally about how best to acclimatize while climbing to make sure your trip is successful. ************************************************************************************************************ When we ascend to higher altitudes, there’s less pressure in the air and less oxygen available for our bodies. Our bodies will adjust by increasing heart rate and rapidly breathing. Our bodies will cope with higher altitude for 1-2 hours. After that, we may see signs of headache, nausea, etc. Elevating slowly is key to a slow, manageable adjustment for your body. Watch this video to learn about proper acclimatization on Kilimanjaro from the experts who climb Kilimanjaro regularly and professionally! ************************************************************************************************************ Subscribe to our travel channel for more tips and information: WWT ➤ http://youtube.com/c/Wwtrek?sub_confirmation=1 Questions or comments? Drop us a line in the comments section! ************************************************************************************************************ Let’s socialize! For more information or to join us on World Wide Trekking Trips: Phone ➤ 1 (801) 943-0264 (Call us! M-F 9-5, MST) Email ➤ [email protected] Instagram ➤ https://instagram.com/wwtrek/ Twitter ➤ https://twitter.com/wwtrek Facebook ➤ https://facebook.com/WWTrek/ Blog ➤ http://wwtrek.com/home/blog-2/ ************************************************************************************************************ Check out our sister Non-Profit! Human Outreach Project ➤ http://humanoutreachproject.org/
Views: 2100 World Wide Trekking
Everest Base Camp Trek Travel Vaccinations, Medicine, and Health | Trek Tips
 
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http://wwtrek.com ➤ With most international travel, you're going to want to visit your travel clinic for some vaccinations and Nepal is no different. Watch to learn exactly what you'll need before your adventure! ****************************************************************************************************** There are some important vaccines to get (visit your travel clinic 4-6 weeks before your departure!) as well as some over-the-counter medications and prescription medications that will make your journey more comfortable and help you in case an issue arises. Other than that, WWT will have extensive medical and first aid kits in case of an emergency (which we don't expect, but we are prepared for). Nepal ➤ http://wwtrek.com/nepal/ ****************************************************************************************************** Subscribe to our travel channel for more tips and information: WWT ➤ http://youtube.com/c/Wwtrek?sub_confirmation=1 Questions or comments? Drop us a line in the comments section! ****************************************************************************************************** Let’s socialize! For more information or to join us on World Wide Trekking Trips: Phone ➤ 1 (801) 943-0264 (Call us! M-F 9-5, MST) Email ➤ [email protected] Instagram ➤ https://instagram.com/wwtrek/ Twitter ➤ https://twitter.com/wwtrek Facebook ➤ https://facebook.com/WWTrek/ Blog ➤ http://wwtrek.com/blog/ ****************************************************************************************************** Check out our sister Non-Profit! Human Outreach Project ➤ http://humanoutreachproject.org/
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Packing List for Tanzania Safari & Kilimanjaro Climb - Pre-Departure | Trek Tips
 
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http://wwtrek.com ➤ Before you depart for Tanzania to climb Kilimanjaro, make sure you’ve completed the pre-departure checklist! These are the essential items to take care of before embarking. Watch to hear the best advice from the experts who travel internationally regularly and professionally! **************************************************************************************************************************** Before leaving for Tanzania, be sure to send the World Wide Trekking office your flight information and passenger details. Also be sure to send the office a copy of your passport. Having this information on file helps us find you when you land in Tanzania and is crucial information in case of an emergency. You’ll want to make additional copies of all your important documents (passport, credit cards, travel insurance policy, global rescue plan, etc.) and keep these separate from your wallet just in case your wallet is lost or stolen. Have new $100 bills and any medications/crucial supplies in your carryon baggage in case your checked bag arrives a day late. Watch to hear these and many more crucial items to be aware of before heading to Tanzania! Kilimanjaro ➤ http://wwtrek.com/kilimanjaro-machame **************************************************************************************************************************** Subscribe to our travel channel for more tips and information: WWT ➤ http://youtube.com/c/Wwtrek?sub_confirmation=1 Questions or comments? Drop us a line in the comments section! **************************************************************************************************************************** Let’s socialize! For more information or to join us on World Wide Trekking Trips: Phone ➤ 1 (801) 943-0264 (Call us! M-F 9-5, MST) Email ➤ [email protected] Instagram ➤ https://instagram.com/wwtrek/ Twitter ➤ https://twitter.com/wwtrek Facebook ➤ https://facebook.com/WWTrek/ Blog ➤ http://wwtrek.com/blog/ **************************************************************************************************************************** Check out our sister Non-Profit! Human Outreach Project ➤ http://humanoutreachproject.org/
Views: 1265 World Wide Trekking
How to Dress for Tanzania - Safari Clothing & Kilimanjaro Climb Gear | Trek Tips
 
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http://wwtrek.com ➤ What to wear is a big question, especially when you’re climbing Kilimanjaro! You don’t want to be unprepared or uncomfortable. Learn about the appropriate attire for Tanzania from the experts who visit regularly and professionally! **************************************************************************************************************************** Dress warm for the flight to Tanzania, and for our first day with World Wide Trekking, we recommend that you wear long pants with closed-toed shoes as we tour the area. Dress casually and comfortably around the lodge. You don’t need to overdress for dinner or anything like that, so just be comfortable. Stay tuned to our later videos for more information on the climbing gear and supplies needed for your time actually on Mount Kilimanjaro. Kilimanjaro ➤ http://wwtrek.com/kilimanjaro-machame **************************************************************************************************************************** Subscribe to our travel channel for more tips and information: WWT ➤ http://youtube.com/c/Wwtrek?sub_confirmation=1 Questions or comments? Drop us a line in the comments section! **************************************************************************************************************************** Let’s socialize! For more information or to join us on World Wide Trekking Trips: Phone ➤ 1 (801) 943-0264 (Call us! M-F 9-5, MST) Email ➤ [email protected] Instagram ➤ https://instagram.com/wwtrek/ Twitter ➤ https://twitter.com/wwtrek Facebook ➤ https://facebook.com/WWTrek/ Blog ➤ http://wwtrek.com/blog/ **************************************************************************************************************************** Check out our sister Non-Profit! Human Outreach Project ➤ http://humanoutreachproject.org/
Views: 1714 World Wide Trekking
Climbing Kilimanjaro: Machame Route Day 8 | Trek Tips
 
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http://wwtrek.com ➤ This section of the series goes through our day-to-day itinerary on the Kilimanjaro Machame Route climb. This video covers the 8th day on Kilimanjaro: our summit night at Uhuru Peak. Watch to learn more from the experts who climb Kilimanjaro regularly and professionally! ************************************************************************************************************ With World Wide Trekking, day 8 is our summit night. We’re waking up early to go from the Kosovo camp at 15,900 feet up to Uhuru Peak (19,341 feet) and afterward we’ll descend to the Millennium camp (12,556 feet). This is our longest day – we’ll be hiking for 10-14 hours and traveling for 9 hours. We’ll be waking up around 11:30pm to go for the summit. Watch to learn more details of day 8! Kilimanjaro ➤ http://wwtrek.com/kilimanjaro-machame ************************************************************************************************************ Subscribe to our travel channel for more tips and information: WWT ➤ http://youtube.com/c/Wwtrek?sub_confirmation=1 Questions or comments? Drop us a line in the comments section! ************************************************************************************************************ Let’s socialize! For more information or to join us on World Wide Trekking Trips: Phone ➤ 1 (801) 943-0264 (Call us! M-F 9-5, MST) Email ➤ [email protected] Instagram ➤ https://instagram.com/wwtrek/ Twitter ➤ https://twitter.com/wwtrek Facebook ➤ https://facebook.com/WWTrek/ Blog ➤ http://wwtrek.com/blog/ ************************************************************************************************************ Check out our sister Non-Profit! Human Outreach Project ➤ http://humanoutreachproject.org/
Views: 932 World Wide Trekking
Toilets & Restrooms while Climbing Kilimanjaro | Trek Tips
 
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http://wwtrek.com ➤ Where to go to the bathroom on Kilimanjaro is an important concern. With World Wide Trekking, we have a pretty good answer. Watch this video to learn about our privacy tents and toilets on Kilimanjaro from the experts who climb the mountain regularly and professionally! **************************************************************************************************************************** World Wide Trekking provides portable flushable toilets in privacy tents for our guests climbing Kilimanjaro. With a group of 12, we’ll have 2 toilet tents. Our staff has two toilet attendants who take care of the disposal and care of our toilets around the clock. We also recommend making a “TP kit” – a bag with some toilet paper, hand sanitizer, and wipes – to carry in your daypack wherever you go abroad. Watch our Trek Tips to learn more! Kilimanjaro ➤ http://wwtrek.com/kilimanjaro-machame **************************************************************************************************************************** Subscribe to our travel channel for more tips and information: WWT ➤ http://youtube.com/c/Wwtrek?sub_confirmation=1 Questions or comments? Drop us a line in the comments section! **************************************************************************************************************************** Let’s socialize! For more information or to join us on World Wide Trekking Trips: Phone ➤ 1 (801) 943-0264 (Call us! M-F 9-5, MST) Email ➤ [email protected] Instagram ➤ https://instagram.com/wwtrek/ Twitter ➤ https://twitter.com/wwtrek Facebook ➤ https://facebook.com/WWTrek/ Blog ➤ http://wwtrek.com/blog/ **************************************************************************************************************************** Check out our sister Non-Profit! Human Outreach Project ➤ http://humanoutreachproject.org/
Views: 3789 World Wide Trekking

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