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High Quality Equipment & Service

High Quality Equipment & Service

Kilimanjaro is a serious mountain. Therefore, we use strict Kilimanjaro equipment to ensure our clients are warm, dry and comfortable. You can tell the quality of Kilimanjaro operators by the quality of the tents they use, they say. If true, you can trust Goduru Travel to provide a very high standard of service for our equipment.

Our sleeping tents and dining tents are made by Ferrino, an Italian outdoor company that has been producing time-tested aerial gear since 1890. We do not use locally made tents that tend to tip over in the wind or leak. It’s raining, like some carriers. That’s why our customers love our warm, roomy tents and cozy cushions. Our tents are new and bright, waiting for you to move in.


Our Ferrino Technology Outdoor Tent is guaranteed to be strong, waterproof and roomy. Ferrino is a renowned Italian outdoor gear company that has been designing tents for harsh environments from Antarctica to Mount Everest since 1890.

Their tents are designed to be lightweight and pack small, making them perfect for Kilimanjaro. Each four-person sized tent can accommodate only two guests, so there’s plenty of room for you and your gear, and there’s a separate exterior vestibule to store your shoes and poles.

We will match single clients of the same sex on group tours. Single tents are available and can be booked in advance for an additional fee.


Sleeping Pad

Our customers will have peace of mind on these locally sourced foam sleeping pads. Sleeping pads are used to insulate a person from the cold ground and keep them comfortable.

Unlike inflatable pads, our foam pads won’t deflate from the cold or risk getting punctured. In addition to being more durable than inflatable pads, they are warmer and more comfortable due to their thickness.

Each mat is 78 inches (200 cm) long so it can accommodate even the tallest of people.


Our trekking poles are lightweight aluminum telescopic poles of various brands. They rent in pairs.

Hiking poles are strongly recommended. Using poles helps take some of the load off your legs during the hike and transfers it to your arms. Saving energy on a multi-day expedition is huge and can be the difference between being strong and tired.

Trekking poles are best for going uphill and downhill. They reduce the effort exerted by the muscles and also reduce the wear and tear on the joints. Finally, hiking poles increase stability when hiking on uneven or wet terrain.

Sleeping Pad

Our Ferrino synthetic jackets will keep you warm and cozy on the chilly nights of Kilimanjaro. PrimaLoft® Silver Insulation is designed with millions of air pockets to trap body heat even in extreme conditions. The lack of crowds means great freedom of movement for all activities. And the waterproof treatment maintains its warming properties even in wet conditions. The jacket is durable, protects well and is comfortable.

  • Thermal, heat equivalent to 500 down fillings
  • Windproof
  • Breathable
  • Water repellent
  • Adjustable hem with drawstring
  • Elastic cuff
    Elastic front opening and adjustable hood at the back
    Side pockets and Napoleon pocket with zipper
    It can be packed to take up minimal space


Altitude sickness is a range of symptoms that can occur when someone ascends to high altitude too rapidly without sufficient Acclimatization. The body can adjust to reduced air pressure at high altitude. But only at a rate of about 300 meters( 1000 ft) altitude gain per day.

1. Acute mountain sickness(AMS)

Is very common when you climb mount Kilimanjaro.  Sometimes if you walk in high altitude and it’s your first time to be in high elevation like this it can happen if you will not follow what the mountain guide tell you what to do in order to be safe. But when you follow the things which the guide tell you to do you will be safe and you will make your dreams reality

2. Higher Altitude Pulmonary Edema (HAPE)

Is fluid build up in the lungs.

3. Higher Altitude Cerebral Edema (HACE)

Is fluid build up in the brain. Symptoms and signs usually come on within 12 to 24 hours of reaching a high elevation and then get better within a day or two days as your body adjusts change in Altitude.

  1. Headache
  2. Dizziness
  3. Nausea
  4. Vomiting
  5. Fatigue and loss of energy
  6. Shortness of breath
  7. Problems of sleep
  8. Loss of appetite.

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