There’s no doubt it will be a great day you’ll remember probably for the rest of your life. And for many people, the incredible sense of physical achievement can be multiplied many times over by knowing that the experience has also raised desperately needed funds to help people in need.
Why not pop in and visit Amani’s Children’s Home, while you are up in Tanzania for the marathon.
Kili Marathon good for Tanzania tourism – an Interview with the Race organisers and Director of Wild Frontiers, John Addison
“It is one of the most difficult marathons I’ve ever participated. Characteristics of steep route ensured it was hard for runners to cope…but with determination and drills that I went through back home in Kenya, enabled me overcome the challenges”
Those who have not entered via the website will need to complete an entry form, pay and then collect your race number. Those who have entered, but not yet paid, may proceed to the pre-entries desk to pay and collect your race number.