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Nasio’s First All Women Kilimanjaro Expedition
1st March 2024

Kilimanjaro, Tanzania (Cost: Deposit £250 p/p )

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Nasio’s First All Women Kilimanjaro Expedition
Kilimanjaro, Tanzania
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Nasio’s First All Women Kilimanjaro Expedition
1st March 2024

Next year we’d like to extend a special invitation to our female supporters to join us on a one-off, women-only summit of Africa’s highest mountain – Kilimanjaro.

If you’d like to experience the breath-taking majesty of Kilimanjaro with a group of energetic and like-minded ladies, this is the trip for you.

We have nearly 15 years of experience arranging Kilimanjaro climbs, but this one is going to be extra special.

See the sun rise from the summit on March 8th 2024, which is International Women’s Day.

Securing a place costs just £250 p/p, and your deposit is protected should you need to postpone your departure too.

To find out more about this unique opportunity please contact us now on our website

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