Tro-Peaks Adventures: A Five Star Review

Disclosure: This post may contain affiliate links. If you purchase an item that I link to then I will make a small commission, at no extra cost to you. When my husband and I decided that we would climb Mount Kilimanjaro followed by a short safari at the Ngorongoro Crater we quickly realized that this trip required considerably more planning and expertise than our usual overseas adventures. There are so many different companies that offer Kilimanjaro climbs and Safaris in Kenya and Tanzania that it was hard to know which one to choose! 


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This post was last updated on March 4th, 2019 at 05:46 pm Hello and thanks for your interest in working with Lifeasabutterfly! Being an academic I am not your ordinary travel blogger and I pride myself on my ability to develop analytical, critical and informed posts and reviews.  Whether you’re a member of the press, a PR organization or an individual I will be happy to discuss opportunities for collaboration. 


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Traveling Back

Unfortunately, this trip did have to end. After such a great adventure I was sad to leave. We packed up and headed back to the airport. This time I was more prepared to travel, but luckily we didn’t have to travel through Nairobi again, so I didn’t have anybody with guns pointed at me. This time we had 5 airports to go through again, totaling 26 hours of flying and 38 hours of traveling. We went Moshi to Dar es Salaam to Amsterdam to Philidelphia to San Diego. This time the flying felt much longer because I wasn’t as eager to get home as I was to get to Africa. My least favorite part about


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