Mount Moroto, 3 Peaks in 3 Days Trek
Join us for the newly developed epic Mount Moroto 3 Peaks in 3 Days Trek, starting from Moroto town. The trek is a moderate hike with a strenuous climb on the first day, a scenic hike over the ridges and through the forests on the second day and a half day descend on the last day.
January 2021 (3 places left)
Public holiday: Liberation Day
- Arrival: Friday, 22 Jan
- Trekking: 23,24,25 Jan
- Departure: Tuesday, 26 Jan (public holiday)
February 2021 (NEW DATE)
Public holiday: Archbishop Jananu Luwum Day
- Arrival: Friday, 12 Feb
- Trekking: 13,14,15 Feb
- Departure: Tuesday, 16 Feb (public holiday)
March 2021 (NEW DATE)
Public holiday: Women’s day
- Arrival: Friday, 5 March
- Trekking: 6,7,8 (public holiday) March
- Departure: Tuesday, 9 March
The hike is a total of 30Km with starting point in Moroto town at 1400m above sea-level. The total ascend is 2,250m and the camp sites will be located at 10Km distance from each other. The following peaks will be reached during the second and last day of the trek:
- Sogolomon 3027m
- Imagit / Leoron 2773m
- Sokodek 3083m
- Experienced guides
- Porters (not for personal items)
- Community contribution
- Camping gear (tent, mat, sleeping bag)
- All (traditional) meals; local snacks and drinks (water, tea, coffee). Starting from day of arrival up to the last dinner at Kara-Tunga Safari Camp.
- Budget accommodation at www.kara-tunga.com/camp
- 60min vehicle transfer from the finish back to Moroto town.
Prices per person
- Non-residents: $200 Sharing / $225 Single
- Residents: $190 Sharing / $215 Single
- Citizens: $180 Sharing / $205 Single
- Shared transport: $85 (when 7 passengers)
If there’s enough interest in shared transport, we are able to organise a comfortable 7-passengers van to transport the team from Kampala to Moroto and back. The price at full occupancy is $85 per person.
What to bring
- A backpack, 45L recommended
- 2 x Refillable water bottles 1.5L
- Reusable lunch box
- Trouser and foldable shirt for hiking
- Hiking shoes with good grip for trail sections with loose stones and steep rock-faces.
- Suncream, cap and/or scarf
What to expect
- There will be no opportunity for bathing during the trek. Bush-toilets will be created sustainably.
- Guests carry their own snacks, 3L water and personal belongings for each day during the trek.
- Daytime temperature rises to 35C and evenings and mornings can be windy and as cold as 8C.
- Grass is tall in some sections of the trail so wear something that covers body parts.