In no way a small feat, the journey will last the whole week, as it takes five days just to climb the mountain and two days to get down. The goal is to reach the summit of Uhuru – the Roof of Africa, which stands at 5895m above the sea level. Uhuru represents one of the Seven Summits, the highest peaks on each continent. With 4600m from the base to the peak, Kilimanjaro takes the credit of being the mountain with the highest altitude difference in the world.
[caption id="attachment_1116" align="alignleft" width="239"] Ivana Dilparic[/caption]
Ivana has been intensively engaged in mountaineering for several years and has so far conquered mountain peaks in Serbia and the region. Before the expedition, together with a group of 15 people, she had gone through considerable preparations and tough training. Conquering Kilimanjaro will finally be the realization of her childhood dream.
When she’s not climbing mountains, Ivana is leading a team of dedicated people on a project. The project aims to develop a new platform for advanced trading of transportation capacity between shippers and carriers in the US. Without any doubt, we can say that Ivana is the type of person who loves a good challenge!
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