When considering which tour operator to choose for your climb, there may be many factors that influence your decision including your budget.
Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro treks are a substantial financial commitment for clients, with relatively slim profit margins for tour companies after national park fees and operational expenses. A recent 18% VAT implementation by the government has also driven an already saturated market into a much more competitive environment.
Sadly, this means many companies are forced to undercut prices which often results in the sacrifice of working conditions and fair salaries for the crew.
However, here at Nyange Adventures, we strongly believe in responsible tourism and looking after our crew. That’s why we are happy to be proud members of the Kilimanjaro Porters Assistance Program (KPAP) and International Mountain Explorers Connection (IMEC) Partner for Responsible Travel Program.
Through extensive audit processes, these organisations ensure that every climb has been certified to provide fair salaries, conditions, food, clothing and sleeping conditions for crew members.
By supporting and looking after our employees we are able to deliver our promise of a quality service and creating memorable, enjoyable and safe experiences for our clients. We believe it’s possible to offer a fair and competitive rate without sacrificing working conditions.