Welcome to : Gemsbok ToursEXPERIENCE WILDLIFE LIKE NEVER BEFORE& Travel comfortably and LuxuriousWhy Gemsbok Tours?We make sure you have the best experience travelling with us, by providing better services with excellence and outstanding value.About us We provide highest quality service and products that are within your budget.
We have strong experience and a great team of people that guarantee the highest quality of service and co-ordination.Gemsbok Tours & safaris is small localay owned company based on the slopes of Mount kilimanjaro that offers a wide range of safaris including climbing Mount Kilimanjaro, cultural tourism, wildlife safaris and adventure, bike tours and beach holidays.
Gemsbok Tours & safaris is small locally owned company based on the slopes of Mount kilimanjaro that offers a wide range of safaris including climbing Mount Kilimanjaro, cultural tourism, wildlife safaris and adventure, bike tours and beach holidays.
We provide highest quality service and products that are within your budget.About KilimanjaroMount Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain in Africa and the highest free-standing mountain in the world; free-standing means that Kilimanjaro is not part of a mountain range.
Mount Kilimanjaro ’s summit is called Uhuru Peak (meaning freedom peak) and it stands at 5,895 m above sea level; for perspective, Mount Everest’s peak stands at 8,848 meters – this is just about 2,950 meters above that of Kilimanjaro.Fun Facts About KilimanjaroMount Kilimanjaro has hosted the highest rugby, cricket and football match ever played; these three matches were held at 5,600m above sea level inside Kilimanjaro’s crater.The renowned writer Ernest Hemingway captured the beauty of Kilimanjaro in his book titled “The Snows of Kilimanjaro”; he described the mountain as follows – “….as wide as all the world, great, high and unbelievably white in the sun”.Pizza Hut set a record by delivering the highest pizza ever in 2016.
In the same year, the tallest tree in Africa was discovered on the slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro.A Tanzanian porter by the name Yohani Kinyala Lauwo escorted two Europeans on the very first recorded Kilimanjaro summit; he lived to be 125 years old.