Press & News
Karibu Adventure is a Nationally Certified Class A local Tanzanian agency in the Tourism industry .This has earned us the reputation of being one of the best tour operators in Tanzania, providing exceptional value with the utmost reliability.
Additionally, our clients have been featured everywhere – magazines, television, newspapers, books and movies – and have included everyone – children, seniors, those with disabilities, charity climbers, celebrities, film makers, senators, ambassadors, churches books, authors and journalists.
Kindly if your story is reported, please let us know! We love seeing our clients in the media!
Climb Mount Kilimanjaro with crutches with Karibu Adventure
Meet the man from Kerala named Neeraj George Baby, A 32-year-old man from Aluva who Climbed Mount Kilimanjaro with Karibu Adventure, the highest mountain in Africa with One Leg, A differently-abled man who has the courage of a Super Human. Climbing Kilimanjaro is not an easy task to choose. He lost his limb due to a tumor in his left leg when he was 9. But that did not come along his way. A Para-Badminton Player who won many accolades and honors. From being a national level Badminton player to a Mountain Explorer, He came a long way. As Neeraj says “People should take their life a bit slower than moving faster. Kindly read more details here
Helps, Donations & Support Press and news on mount Kilimanjaro
Please consider donating your clothing and equipment to the climb team in addition to tipping them. Remember that the staff climbs Kilimanjaro many times a year and can go through their clothes and gear rather quickly. Your donation is of great assistance to these individuals, many of who are unwilling to spend their money on material goods they consider a luxury rather than a necessity. They will appreciate your generosity tremendously.
Donations should be given directly to individuals they are intended for, perhaps those with the greatest need or who were of particularly good service or you may give to our office or direct to “Frank” Karibu Adventure founder/Chef Guide. Kindly read more here
PREACHING GOASPEL TO OTHERS
Let’s come together and worship, praise, exalt, receive, learn, encourage, teach, and encounter the living God. This is not the time for voices of fear. Kindly read more here
Practicing “Not Forsaking the Assembling of Ourselves Together”
Glorifying the “High Priest Over the House of God”
Supporting Community Within the Church
Churchgoers and leaders alike help create a community within the church that glorifies God. How that takes place is important to address, but the “why” behind it is something that must be considered.
That’s why everyone takes part in supporting community within the church — each person has something different to offer, from new and experienced believers to lay and church leaders alike. The unity and diversity within the church enriches the church community, equipping people in the church for righteousness to glorify God and to spread the news of His love and salvation that extends to all people.
You may be wondering how you fit into the church. In that case, you should explore your gifts and how you can use them to serve others and God both now and in the future. Maybe you can commit to attending church regularly, devoting yourself to prayer and reading Scripture, and getting involved in a ministry at church.
Wi-Fi Comes to Mount Kilimanjaro Press and news on mount Kilimanjaro
Access to high-speed internet should make Africa’s tallest mountain safer for adventurers and guides
In August 2022, the state-owned Tanzania Telecommunications Corporation installed broadband that lets Kilimanjaro climbers connect to the internet up to an altitude of 3,720 m (12,200 ft). While this is a huge step, it’s not even going to end there.
TOURISM IS NOW TANZANIA’S LEADING ECONOMIC SECTOR
Earning $1 billion (USD), Tourism Overtakes Agriculture
Growing at a steady rate for the past seven years, Tanzania’s tourism is booming. According to the Governor of the Bank of Tanzania, Prof. Benno Ndulu, Tourism, earning $1 billion USD, now contributes nearly triple the GDP of Agriculture, which has been the leading contributor to the East African country’s coffers for most of its history. According to the Honorable Mme. Shamsa S. Mwangunga, Tanzania’s Minister of Natural Resources & Tourism, “Estimates are that more than 750,000 tourists are expected to arrive in the country this year, bringing in about $950 million dollars. We attribute this growth to several factors, not the least of which is that Tanzania has a stable and peaceful environment with a democratically elected government.
IDD AMIN SON & NYERERE SON CLIMBED KILIMANJARO
(Two children of former Ugandan and Tanzanian Presidents)
Madaraka Nyerere (right side), who is the former president of the former Tanzania President the late Mwl. Julius Nyerere as well as Jaffar Amini(middle), the former Uganda Iddi Amin in general climbed mount Kilimanjaro with Karibu Adventure founder & Chief Guide (the one stand)
Not the Master Nyerere and Iddi Believers had major political differences that led to the breakdown of the East African community in 1977 and the source of the war in Kagera in 1979.
Two children of former Ugandan and Tanzanian leaders wrote a new history after they met in Butiama village where he was born and buried by President Julius Nyerere and agreed to start a new unity.
Hon. Lazaro S. Nyalandu, MP, Tanzania’s former Minister of Natural Resources and Tourism meet with Karibu Adventure founder/chef Guide and enjoy our beauty landscape.
Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism of United Republic of Tanzania, is the Ministry responsible for management of Natural, Cultural and Tourism resources. Tanzania has a great potential for natural resources, cultural and tourism attractions. In terms of wildlife, the present…
Celebration Songs on Mount Kilimanjaro
While climbing Mount Kilimanjaro, you will hear the staff sing songs to celebrate your achievement, where it is arriving at a campsite, reaching the summit, or before you exit the park. Here is the popular song, actually a combination of two songs, that you will most definitely hear, sung in Swahili (English translation in parentheses). Press and news on mount Kilimanjaro
The former Israeli Prime Minister visited Serengeti and Ngorongoro Press and news on mount Kilimanjaro
Israel’s former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak (left) told the Deputy Prime Minister of Mauritius and Tourism, Engineer Ramo Makani after meeting at the Old Antique Gorge Museum in Ngorongoro Park on the way to the National Park Serengeti (left) is TANAPA Communications Manager, Pascal Shelutete