My Name is Roanaldo bunzo Mvungi. I was born in the hills of Usamabra Mountain in the last 38 years ago; I grow up there in the Village of Kibaoni cha Longoi, where I went to Primary school before joined with Secondary school in Magamba School those days. In 1995 I travelled from my village in Kibaoni cha longoi in Lushoto to Machame village to visit my eldest Brother who was ranger of Kilimanjaro National park at machame post. The reason of visiting him I was seeking for high education as my lovely parent’s they couldn't afford to pay my school fees for further education. When this opportunity was turning in to negative of brought me from my village, I never gave up as life has to carry on in any means. Therefore God offered me another opportunity in 1996 Kilimanjaro National Park announced the training course for mountain guide on mount Kilimanjaro for those who wished to become a mountain Guide which headed between end of May and Beginning of June 1996
We have Professional, experienced, licensed guides, Highest guide to client ratio of 1:2, Hard working, team-oriented support staff, Very high summit success rates
Our guides have support teams of assistant guides, cooks and porters that we have assembled personally. We feel having control of our personnel assignments is the best way to make sure your mountain crew complies with our high standards. Through regular interaction, your mountain crew will perform at its best and offer consistent service trip after trip. We like for things to go smoothly behind the scenes so that our staff can focus on our most important asset - the client.
Our porters take care of you. So we take care of them.
Because of our hardworking porters, all you need to do on your climb is walk. Porters carry the tents, sleeping bags, mattresses, food, water, cookware, gas, stoves, medical supplies, chairs, and tables - not to mention your camping gear. It is a tough job and anyone who has climbed Mount Kilimanjaro will tell you that their strength, skill and stamina are incredible.