Join us on the foothills of Africa’s highest free standing mountain, Mount Kilimanjaro, in one of Africa’s iconic marathons, the Kilimanjaro Premium Lager Marathon.
This spectacular run has the official backing of the Tanzania Tourist Board, the Tanzania Amateur Athletics Association, World Athletics, and is registered with AIMS. The logistics of the operation are run by the organisers and the members of both the Tanzania Amateur Athletics Association (TAAA) and the local Kilimanjaro Amateur Athletics Association (KAAA).
This annual marathon will take place on 26 February 2023 and offers a 42.2km full marathon, a 21.1km half marathon and a 5km Fun Run.
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Travel and The Event – COVID Protocols
For International and Regional runners (ie travelling from outside Tanzania), you will need to comply with the Tanzania Government covid policy for entry into Tanzania, which your Travel Advisor can assist you with, and of course the terms and conditions of the transporter you are travelling with. Each airline, and transit country, have their own conditions which they will advise you of when booking your flight, or ask your Travel Advisor.
These policies change on a regular basis, so we suggest you check when booking, and again prior to travelling.
We strongly suggest you obtain Travel Insurance when booking your trip.
When in Tanzania, standard International WHO protocols should be followed.
It is recommended that you are fully vaccinated, wear masks in public places, sanitise/wash hands regularly.
According to ongoing research, there have been very few cases of proven Covid infections while participating in outdoor sporting / mass participation events worldwide.
At a Marathon, when you are at the ‘Start’, and in the finish lanes, ie when you are in closer than normal proximity to others for a short time, we recommend you wear a mask which you can easily carry during the race. All frontline staff at water-points and in the finish lanes will be masked as well as our staff at number collection points. Hand sanitising stations will be available at the finish stadium.
It is up to the individual athlete to be aware of these standard event protocols.