MT.KILIMANJARO (5,895 m, 19,340 ft): The majestic, snow-capped Mount Kilimanjaro.

MT.KILIMANJARO (5,895 m, 19,340 ft): The majestic, snow-capped Mount Kilimanjaro.

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MT.KILIMANJARO (5,895 m, 19,340 ft): The majestic, snow-capped Mount Kilimanjaro.

Our intention is to provide our clients with the personalized, friendly, professional, competitively price possible traveling experience of memorable time.

We offer a complete range of services encompassing wildlife safaris in Tanzania's National Parks and Game Reserves, trekking, cultural tourism and other customized activities.  We specialize in Tanzanian flora and fauna walking safaris to Serengeti, Ngorongoro, Selous, Gombe, Mahale,Kilimanjaro treks, and Zanzibar holidays.

We offer highly trained guides and chefs with experience in meeting the requirements of all age groups from children to senior personnel.

Contact

Operating Since
2002
Phone Number
+255 754 324649
E-mail

Location

Address
P.O.BOX 12727, Arusha, Tanzania
Latitude
-3.372301
Longitude
36.694414

Kilimanjaro Tour Operators

Operational Structure
Self Operated
Routes
  • Machame Standard
  • Machame Via North’n Circuit
  • Machame Via West'n Breach
  • Marangu Standard
  • Marangu Via School Huts
  • Lemosho Standard
  • Lemosho Via North'n Circuit
  • Lemosho Via West'n Breach
  • Rongai Standard
  • Rongai Via Mawenzi
  • Umbwe Standard
  • Umbwe Via North'n Circuit
  • Umbwe Via West'n Breach
  • Shira Standard
  • Shira Via West'n Breach
Customised Routes
MOUNT KILIMANJARO ROUTES:
Mount Kilimanjaro is within Kilimanjaro National Park. It’s Johan Rebman a Germany who announced in 1848 that he travelled inland from East Africa Coast and citied at the level of the equator a vast mountain capped in snow. This is the highest mountain in Africa and is one of the highest volcanos in the world. The extinct Volcano has two peaks.
Mawenzi at the altitude of 16890ft (5132m) which provides a difficult and exciting climb for experience alpinists.
Kibo at an altitude of 19340ft (5895m) is the higher peak offers an opportunity for the normally fit person even without mountaineering equipments and experience to visit some of Africa’s Equatorial snow fields and glaciers. The Mountain can be climbed throughout the year except during the long rains in April and May. A minimum of 5days advised and without porters or guide is definitely not possible.
Machame Route (Whisky Route):
This is an intermediate route, not the easiest, but also not the most challenging. It is the most popular of the ‘outfield’ routes, beginning near Machame Village, some 20 miles north of Moshi. It is widely regarded by Kilimanjaro aficionados as the most scenically attractive of a cluster of superb route options, and is indeed a trekking experience comparable to any other in the world.
The highlight of Machame Route is a long trek through the pristine cloud forest that cloaks the lower slopes.
Machame Route is a 6- 7-days climb, with 5 of those days directed at the summit. Its main advantage lies in its rush to high altitude in the first two days, and then another two days at a broadly even altitude that allows for a measured adjustment to conditions of altitude.
The trail follows the Southern Circuit, joining with Lemosho Route at Shira 2 Camp, and then continuing eastwards around the southern flanks of Kibo until the summit is reached via Arrow Glacier or Barafu Camp situated on the southeastern slopes.
Itinerary

Day 1
After and early morning pick up from your hotel in Arusha or Moshi will drive to the Machame village. Here will do final packing, organize porters and, if need be, purchase last foodstuffs for the trek. Depending on the condition of the road with will either drive or hike on a dirt track another 3 kms through coffee farms and forest to the Park gate. At the gate we will spend an hour or so registering and paying park fees. A clear trail continues up through plantation and natural forest to the ridge between the Weru Stream and the Makoa Stream until the main trailhead is reached. From here a narrow forest (sometimes soggy and wet) path continues up to Machame Campsite.
Day 2-3
After hiking through the forest, the trail and vegetation will dry and you will hike up a steep boulder ridge. At 3-4 hours the trail goes west into a gorge and ascends to Shira Hut/Camp on the Shira Plateau. We will spend a second night in this area around 16,000 feet, doing day hikes to higher altitudes to acclimatize. Alternatively, we will travel to Barranco, Moir or Lava Tower Camp to spend the third night.
Day 4
We will travel to a short distance to Arrow Glacier above the Lava Tower camp. At the glacier you will have impressive views of the Shira plateau behind you and a rock/scree ridge, the Western Breach, in front of you leading up to the crater rim. Alternatively, we take a more moderate Barranco Trail if the Western Breach is to be avoided.
Day 5
Day five will begin shortly after Day four is over. We will break camp early between 1 and 3 a.m. for the last push to Uhuru Peak through the Western Breach. After crossing glacial scree we will head straight up through a steep boulder field (this part of the route is strenuous and not recommended for anyone acrophobia). At the top...Kibo crater. Another 1-2 hours and Uhuru Peak will have been reached. Mount Kilimanjaro, the top of Africa.
From the peak, any route down can be taken, but we recommend Marangu or Mweke. Mweke is less traveled and affords beautiful views of the mountain as we descend to Mweke camp slightly below the tree line.
Day 6
Down through the forest and to the Mweke trailhead/gate. Our car will pick you up and return you by dinner to your hotel. A hot shower will be awaiting you...

Distances

Machame village to Park gate: 30 min
Park gate to trailhead: 1-2 hrs
Trailhead to Machame Huts: 4-5 hrs
Machame Huts to Shira Hut 5 hrs
Shira to Arrow Glacier Camp 4 hrs
Arrow to Uhuru Peak 6-8 hrs
Uhuru to Mweke Camp 3-6 hrs

Huts/Camp

Machame Huts - 3000 m. These are 2 unfurnished uniports, which each can sleep 6. Water can be found in a stream about 5 minutes down valley below the huts and there; platform toilets. Shira and other upper huts.
The uniports are old and have not been maintained well by the Kilimanjaro park service. They are primitive metal structures and are used by the porters/guides for accommodations. They also serve as the cooking area.
Guests sleep in tents which we provide. The only equipment you will need is your own sleeping bag. We normally use 2-person tents, but please let us know if other arrangements are needed.
Pricing Information
All prices include all park fees salaries of guides/porters/cook, all meals on the mountain, equipments and transfer to/from Arusha or Moshi. Discounts can also be arranged for larger groups. Not included: tips and items of a personal nature.
Description Price Per Person
6 Day Machame Route 1680 US dollars
Extra Day 250 US dollars

Lemosho Route:
Lemosho is the longest of the regular Kilimanjaro trails, typically covering 8-days from start to finish, with six of those days aimed towards the summit.
The trail approaches from the western quarter of Kilimanjaro, covering some of loveliest highland countryside in East Africa, with the separate eco-zones of Kilimanjaro clearly evident as the forest gives way to heath land, moorland, and eventually the barren high desert of the summit regions.
Lemosho is an excellent trail for those uncertain of their abilities, and who want to allow for extra time to adjust to altitude, as well as to enjoy shorter walking days over a generally forgiving gradient.
Itinerary:

Description Price
8 Day Lemosho Route 2100 US dollars
Extra Day 250 US dollars

9 DAYS/8 NIGHTS SHIRA ROUTE:

Day 1, Met on arrival with African Walking Safaris & Tours representative at your booked hotel for final brief about the climb followed by dinner and overnight.

Day2, after early morning b/fast depart with your mountain guide and crews to Londrossi gate for registration and then drive further to River Simba where you will commence your trekking with an en route lunch, dinner and overnight at Shira I (2500m) campsite.

Day 3, early b/fast then begin climbing through giant savannah with flora and fauna with an en route lunch for about 3-4hrs to Shira II (3600m) camp site followed by dinner and overnight.
Day 4, have b/fast then spent the day for excursion walk around the vast Shira Plateau for acclimatization. You will have a chance to see the beautifulness landscape of Mt. Kilimanjaro with its flora and fauna and good vegetation followed by hot lunch, dinner and overnight same campsite.
Day 5, very early b/fast then resume the trekking to Lava Tower (4600m) for about 3-4hrs with lunch en route then to Baranco hut (3950m) for dinner and overnight.

Day 6, very early morning b/fast then continue to Karanga Valley (4450m) for about 4-5hrs with an en route lunch followed by dinner and overnight.

Day 7, morning b/fast then trek to Barafu hut (4600m) for about 3-4hrs with an en route lunch followed by light dinner and a brief for the final ascent to Uhuru peak (5895m).

Day 8, you will be wake up around 12:00 mid night for hot tea and candies then with your Mountain guide do the final pushing to the summit via Stella Point (5795) for about 5-hrs for earlier sun rise. You will have group photos at Uhuru peak then descend down to Barafu hut for late b/fast, rest and continue down to Mweka hut (3000) for dinner and overnight.

Day 9, early b/fast then say thank you to your mountain Team followed by a descent down to Mweka gate for register and issued with your diploma certificates thereafter board vehicle for transfer to your booked hotel for hot shower, dinner and overnight.

Marangu Route (Coca Cola Route):
They say that Marangu Route is the easy route, and although it is true that Marangu Route is an even, unhurried and fairly direct route, no climb to the summit of Kilimanjaro can be regarded as easy.
Marangu is a typically a 5-day climb, with three of those days directed at the summit. The most popular feature of this trail is the fact that it is serviced by hutted camps where climbers can find a degree of comfort under cover of communal huts with bunk beds available for those that make camp early.
A point worth noting is that many seasoned climbers regard Marangu is being a deceptive trail. The trek to the summit is too short for optimum altitude adjustment, and a high percentage of climbers succumb to AMS at the higher altitudes and do not make the summit. Always consider a longer version of this trail if you have the time.
This is the route that most closely follows the early attempts to summit Kilimanjaro, and was more or less the route used by Hans Meyer who summited Kibo for the first time in October 1889.
The trail begins at Marangu Gate and climbs steadily through the iconic Kilimanjaro cloud forest before emerging into heath land and continuing on at a steady gradient until the last punishing summit day.
The schedule, trails and accommodation are designed to allow visitors to acclimate. An extra day at Horombo, Mawenzi or Kibo Huts is recommended for additional altitude acclimatization.

Itinerary

Day 1: After an early morning pick up from your hotel in Moshi or Arusha will drive to the Marangu Gate. We will spend 1-2 hours at the Park Headquarters at Marangu Gate for
registration, payment of fees and final packing. After as somewhat leisurely walk you will arrive in Mandara, hopefully avoiding the rain showers that sometimes fall in the afternoon. From the gate, you ascend a cleared ridge trail, formerly a vehicle track to Mandara Hut. The cleared trail is the fastest way to Mandara, but opportunities to see wildlife or enjoy the forest are limited due to the heavy foot traffic. An alternative is to ascend along the parallel forest trail and descend on the main trail. The forest trail branches off to the left, a few minutes after the gate, and follows the edge of a stream through the undergrowth. About halfway (1 1/2 hrs from the gate) you can choose to cross the stream and rejoin the main trail, or continue on the forest trail. Both trails continue on opposite sides of the stream, merging about one hour before Mandara Hut.

Day 2: From Mandara Hut the trail passes through a short stretch of forest and skirts the base of Maundi Crater, crosses a meadow and a wooded stream, then emerges into grassland. It is well worth the short detour to scramble up to the rim of Maundi Crater for a superb view of the mountain and its surroundings. The trail crosses numerous moorland ravines before ending at Horombo Hut, which is set in a rocky valley with a fine stand of giant senecios.

Day 3: From Horombo Hut there are two trails to the Saddle. The right fork is very stony and eroded, but is the most direct route to the Saddle and Mawenzi. From the Saddle (about 2 hrs from Horombo), there are trails to Mawenzi Hut (1/2hr) or Mawenzi Tarn Hut (2 1/2 hrs) and across the length of the Saddle to Kibo Hut (3 hrs). The left fork from Horombo Hut is an easier trail and emerges on the Saddle much closer to Kibo and about one kilometer from Kibo Hut.

Day 4: The trail to the summit lies directly behind Kibo Hut, to the west. It is normal to start this day's climb at 2 am or earlier. (There are three reasons to do this: to see the sun rise over Mawenzi from the top of Kibo, the loose stone scree is frozen —making it easier to climb, and you can get back in good time). The first part is an uneven trail which leads to the Hans Meyer Cave, a good rest point. After that, the trail makes more regular switchbacks most of the way to the top, with a last scramble over rocks to Johannes Notch and Gilman's Point. From there, the trail continues along the rim past Stella Point to Uhuru Peak.
As you descend the scree from the rim back to Kibo Hut, it is tempting to run fast, but this can result in clouds of irritating dust and even unpleasant falls. The return to Horombo Hut will seem surprisingly fast compared to the ascent.

Day 5: Descend from Horombo Hut. You can easily make Mandara Hut by lunchtime, and continue to the Park gate and Marangu in the afternoon. We will meet you and return you to your hotel...for that long awaited hot shower.

Huts

Mandara Hut - 2700 m. This is a group of comfortable, wooden A-frame huts. The largest cabin has a downstairs dining area and an upstairs dormitory with bunk beds and mattresses; smaller huts sleep 8 each. The total capacity is 60. Water is piped into site from springs above and flush toilets are behind the main cabin.

Horombo Hut - 3720 m. The buildings are similar to Mandara, but total capacity is 120. Water is piped from the stream behind the huts. Do not use this stream or its valley as a waste disposal area. There are platform toilets south-east of main hut, about 80 m down the slope and new flush toilets have been built within the complex of small huts.





The Marangu Route

The Marangu Route is the main route and by far the most popular way up Kilimanjaro. The majority of the route is a wide graded trail. The accommodation is also the "best"., i.e. bunk beds are provided in "A" frame huts (all other routes are tent only). The forest is very beautiful and Maundi Crater is worth a visit just for the flowers and scenery. The route also affords wonderful views of Kibo and Mawenzi Peaks.
This route is the easiest and should be taken by those who feel less confident with their climbing ability. However the trail is the most heavily used trail and one may not feel alone in the wilderness. This is a benefit in some situations as this is the only route with emergency evacuation. The Marangu Route often books out in the high season, pre-booking is therefore necessary. It generally takes five days for the round trip:

Day 1: Marangu to Mandara Hut
Day 2: Mandara to Horombo Hut
Day 3: Horombo Hut to Kibo Hut
Day 4: Kibo Hut to Summit to Horombo Hut
Day 5: Horombo Hut to Marangu

The schedule, trails and accommodation are designed to allow visitors to acclimate. An extra day at Horombo, Mawenzi or Kibo Huts is recommended for additional altitude acclimatization.

Itinerary

Day 1: After an early morning pick up from your hotel in Moshi or Arusha will drive to the Marangu Gate. We will spend 1-2 hours at the Park Headquarters at Marangu Gate for

registration, payment of fees and final packing. After as somewhat leisurely walk you will arrive in Mandara, hopefully avoiding the rain showers that sometimes fall in the afternoon. From the gate, you ascend a cleared ridge trail, formerly a vehicle track to Mandara Hut. The cleared trail is the fastest way to Mandara, but opportunities to see wildlife or enjoy the forest are limited due to the heavy foot traffic. An alternative is to ascend along the parallel forest trail and descend on the main trail. The forest trail branches off to the left, a few minutes after the gate, and follows the edge of a stream through the undergrowth. About halfway (1 1/2 hrs from the gate) you can choose to cross the stream and rejoin the main trail, or continue on the forest trail. Both trails continue on opposite sides of the stream, merging about one hour before Mandara Hut.

Day 2: From Mandara Hut the trail passes through a short stretch of forest and skirts the base of Maundi Crater, crosses a meadow and a wooded stream, then emerges into grassland. It is well worth the short detour to scramble up to the rim of Maundi Crater for a superb view of the mountain and its surroundings. The trail crosses numerous moorland ravines before ending at Horombo Hut, which is set in a rocky valley with a fine stand of giant senecios.

Day 3: From Horombo Hut there are two trails to the Saddle. The right fork is very stony and eroded, but is the most direct route to the Saddle and Mawenzi. From the Saddle (about 2 hrs from Horombo), there are trails to Mawenzi Hut (1/2hr) or Mawenzi Tarn Hut (2 1/2 hrs) and across the length of the Saddle to Kibo Hut (3 hrs). The left fork from Horombo Hut is an easier trail and emerges on the Saddle much closer to Kibo and about one kilometer from Kibo Hut.

Day 4: The trail to the summit lies directly behind Kibo Hut, to the west. It is normal to start this day's climb at 2 am or earlier. (There are three reasons to do this: to see the sun rise over Mawenzi from the top of Kibo, the loose stone scree is frozen —making it easier to climb, and you can get back in good time). The first part is an uneven trail which leads to the Hans Meyer Cave, a good rest point. After that, the trail makes more regular switchbacks most of the way to the top, with a last scramble over rocks to Johannes Notch and Gilman's Point. From there, the trail continues along the rim past Stella Point to Uhuru Peak.
As you descend the scree from the rim back to Kibo Hut, it is tempting to run fast, but this can result in clouds of irritating dust and even unpleasant falls. The return to Horombo Hut will seem surprisingly fast compared to the ascent.

Day 5: Descend from Horombo Hut. You can easily make Mandara Hut by lunchtime, and continue to the Park gate and Marangu in the afternoon. We will meet you and return you to your hotel...for that long awaited hot shower.

Distances

Marangu Gate to Mandara Hut 3-4 hrs (The forest trail is slower)
Mandara Hut to Horombo Hut 5-7 hrs
Horombo Hut to Kibo Hut 5-6 hrs
Kibo Hut to Giliman's Point 5-6 hrs
Gilman's Point to Uhuru Peak: 1-2 hrs

Huts

Mandara Hut - 2700 m. This is a group of comfortable, wooden A-frame huts. The largest cabin has a downstairs dining area and an upstairs dormitory with bunk beds and mattresses; smaller huts sleep 8 each. The total capacity is 60. Water is piped into site from springs above and flush toilets are behind the main cabin.

Horombo Hut - 3720 m. The buildings are similar to Mandara, but total capacity is 120. Water is piped from the stream behind the huts. Do not use this stream or its valley as a waste disposal area. There are platform toilets south-east of main hut, about 80 m down the slope and new flush toilets have been built within the complex of small huts.

Kibo Hut - 4700 m. This stone built block house with a small dining-room and a number of dormitory rooms leading off a main corridor has bunk beds and mattresses for 60 people. Water: None, so we bring an adequate supply from the 'Last Water' stream above Horombo Hut. Platform toilets are behind the hut (to the southwest).
All huts are fairly basic and heavily used, but they provide more comfort than sleeping in a tent. All other routes up Kilimanjaro use backpacking tents.
Pricing Information
All prices include all park fee, salaries of guides/porters/cook all meals on the mountain, equipments and transfer to/from Arusha or Moshi. Discounts can also be arranged for larger groups. Not included: tips and items of a personal nature.
Description Price Per Person
5 Day Marangu Route 1460 US dollars
Extra Day 250 US dollars

Rongai Route:
Rongai is the least trammeled of all the Kilimanjaro routes, and the reason for this is the distance to travel from either Arusha or Moshi to commence the climb. It is also the least developed of the main trails and allows for an enhanced sense of oneness with the mountain when there are fewer people to share it with.
Typically Rongai is a 7-day climb, with 5 of those days directed at the summit. The early stages of the climb, as the trails leaves the narrow band of forest and begins its long traverse of the dry northern heath land, accommodation is within or alongside a series of deep caves, until the trail merges with Marangu Route at Kibo Huts.
Expect less ecological variety on this trail, and a lot of human impact along the forest fringe. From Kibo huts the trail continues on to Gilman’s Point, and then the summit, returning to base either via Marangu Route or Mweka Route to Mweka Gate.
Rongai Route
Day1: Drive to Rongai gate whereby will commence the trek for about 4hrs for dinner and overnight.
Day2: Have b/fast then continue to cave2 for about 3hrs followed by dinner and overnight.
Day3: After b/fast will hike to Kibo hut for about 5hrs for dinner and overnight.
Day4: You wake up at 12:30am and have hot tea plus candies then make it to the top for about 5hrs via Gilmans point for earlier sun rise. After arriving Uhuru peak will have great photos followed by a descent to Horombo hut for dinner and overnight.
Day5: Early b/fast then continue down to Marangu gate whereby will meet our driver ready to transfer to either Moshi/Arusha.
Option: Instead of 5 days you can make it 6 days whereby the third day will hike to cave three instead of Kibo hut.
Price Per Person:
Six Day 1680 US dollars
Extra Day 250 US dollars.
Umbwe Route:
Many customers use this route to descend instead of ascends. Either way it is after Mweka the next steepest route. It is also quite scenic and relatively infrequently used.
Itinerary
Day 1
After an early morning pickup at your hotel in Arusha or Moshi we will drive along the main Moshi-Arusha road north, past Weru Weru for 15 kms along the Lyamungu road. We will then turn right at the T-junction towards Mango, across the Sere River and after 150 m turn left to the Umbwe Mission. Here we will organize the last packing and porters. Then we will continue along former forestry track to 2100 m and up the path along the narrow ridge between the Lonzo and Umbwe Rivers. Depending on when we left Umbwe, we will choose Bivouac I or II for our camp.
Day 2
From the bivouac or camp, the trail will continue up the ridge to the end of the beeline, and follow the cairned path to the Barranco Hut/Camp.
Day 3
From Barranco Hut we can go west to Shira Plateau and the Northern Circuit or up to Lava Tower Hut and the summit via the Great Western Breach and Arrow Glacier camp. Or if the altitude is too intense and/or you don't wish to do a summit ascent, you can also go eastwards on to the Southern Circuit.
Day 4
From Barranco Camp we make an early morning rise to Kibo Crater and on to Uhuru Peak. From there we can descend the same trail or Mweka to camp.
Day 5
Depending on the decent we leave the Bivouacs or Mweka Camp for the trail head where you will be picked up for transfer back to your hotel in Moshi or Arusha before dinner.

Distances

Umbwe (about 1400 m) to Bivouac l: 4-6 hrs
Bivouac I to Bivouac II: about 3 hrs
Bivouac II to Barranco Hut: about 2 hrs
Barranco Hut to Lava Tower Hut: allow 3 hrs
Barranco Hut to Shira Hut: 5-6 hrs

Huts/Camps

Bivouac I: 2800 m. This is an all-weather rock shelter with water 15 m below.
Bivouac II: 3780 m. This shelter is a rock overhang. Water is from a spring 15 minutes down the ravine to the west or on the east side of the ridge, 300 m down.
Barranco or Umbwe Hut: 3900 m. Here an unfurnished uniport with a wooden floor, sleeps 5-6. Water is from streams nearby and there is a platform toilet. A 1/2 hour walk from Barranco Hut brings you to some caves at the foot of the Barranco Wall, which are used as they are more spacious than the hut.
Guests sleep in tents which we provide. The only equipments you will need are your own sleeping bag and clothing. We normally use 2-person tents, but please let us know if other arrangements are needed.
Pricing Information
All prices include all park fees, salaries of guides/porters/cook, all meals on the mountain, equipments and transfer to/from Arusha or Moshi. Discounts can also be arranged for larger groups. Not included: tips and items of a personal nature.
Description Price Per Day Per Person
Umbwe Route 6 days 1680 US dollars
Extra Day 250 US dollars

Crater Night Offered
Yes
Crater Night
Before Summit?
Index Climb Price per Person
Routes Per Person 5days climb Per Person, 6Days climb Per Person, 7days climb Per Person 8days climb in US Dollars:
Marangu 1500 1800 2100 2400
Machame 1750 2150 2250 2550
Shira 1850 2050 2350 2750
Lemosho 1950 2050 2350 2750
Umbwe 1650 1950 2250 2650
Rongai 1750 2050 2250 2550
Super-Lightweight (1 : 1 Ratio) Climbs Offered?
Yes
Climb Scheduling
Scheduled Dates & Private Climbs
Standard equipment carried on climbs
  • Oxygen
  • Gamow Bags
  • Pulse Oximeters
  • Own Stretchers
  • Mess Tents
  • Portable Toilets
  • Defibrillators
Equipment available for hire
  • Oxygen
  • Gamow Bags
  • Pulse Oxymeters
  • Summit Jackets
  • Down Mittens
  • Balaclavas
  • Gaiters
  • W/Proof Jackets
  • W/Proof Trousers
  • Sleeping Bags
  • Boots
  • Portable Toilets
  • Walking Poles
  • Headtorches
Typical Group Size
2
Maximum Group Size
15

Payment Methods

Payment Methods Accepted
  • Wire Transfer
  • Cash in USD
  • Cash in Local Currency

Food & Drink

Meals Served
  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner
  • Snacks
  • Desserts
Special Diets
  • Vegetarian
  • Vegan
  • Gluten Free
  • Fat Free / Low Fat
  • Lower Sugar
  • Whole Grains
  • Cholesterol Free
Drinks Served
  • Hot Beverages
  • Preserved Fruit Juices
  • Carbonated Soft Drinks
  • Cocktails
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