We operate a Helicopter Search and Rescue Service on Mount Kilimanjaro and have the first-ever high altitude medical clinic in Africa.
Top KILIMANJARO SEARCH AND RESCUE (Kilimanjaro SAR) specializes in Helicopter based Search and Rescue operations. In case of an emergency, our toll-free number +255 800 713 713 is available for assistance.
We EAST AFRICA Travel Company provide the most comprehensive preparation before your trekking. We offer the best insurance policies to cover your emergency medical costs. This is the Top Kilimanjaro Search and Rescue most often used from the base camp.
Name of the person who needs assistance; where we can find that person, and general description of your needs. Your guides will help as they have our checklists, if not our call-center is here to help. Your travel insurance may cover medical evacuations up to 6000 meters above sea level.*
Don’t worry. We have trained more than 400 guides in Basic Life Support, First Aid and Helicopter Evacuation Protocols.
Our call center is manned 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and we are here to assist you. Help is near.
Your well-being is our primary concern. Our emergency team is activated within 5 minutes of your call.
We have hired some of the most talented medical professionals from around the world to participate in our rescue missions. All our expert pilots and medical staff are trained at the highest level in high altitude rescue and evacuation. We only work with the best.
Read this example, from a very satisfied client: “I highly recommend this company. After I summited Uhuru peak; I became exhausted and felt horrible on the way back down to Barufu Base.
Yet I continued and stayed overnight at Millenium Camp. But my condition didn’t improve, so emergency services were contacted. Very shortly the helicopter and first aid team arrived.
They checked me over and had me off the mountain within 10 minutes. We arrived at the hospital in Kilimanjaro town, where my condition was treated. It happened so fast, I love this plan, you will be as safe I was.