Cediv Travel to conquer Kilimanjaro, it’s serious business

In January 2024, the travel agency network Cediv Travel is organizing the ascent of Africa’s highest peak in northeastern Tanzania. Far from being a joke, this expedition supervised by specialist Isabelle Mislanghe aims to embark a selection of tourism professionals.

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Culminating at 5,895 m, Kilimanjaro is the highest peak in Africa. ©Pixabay

“Accompany us to the top”, seems to be the rallying cry of the Cediv to encourage tourism professionals to climb Kilimanjaro with him. To those who wonder where this idea of ​​wanting to climb such a high mountain comes from, the network of 230 points of sale chaired by Adriana Minchella explains that during the Covid period remained “hyper active”, thanks in particular to daily videoconferences in companies of members and suppliers. In turn, everyone spoke about what they would do if they came out of this pandemic “with their heads held high, in good health and having saved their business”..

Everyone went there with their dreams and desires. When it was Adriana Minchella’s turn, she, “not without almost general astonishment” shared her dream of climbing Kilimanjaro. In the aftermath, some members of the network rally to this great idea. The project was launched and announced during the network’s greetings in Paris. This is good because among the members of Cediv Travel, there is the agency Côté Soleil Voyages based in Boulogne-sur-Mer and specialized in sports trips. At its head, Isabelle Mislanghe, a true specialist in the ascent of Kilimanjaro, which she has already climbed twenty times.

It is therefore she who will oversee this magnificent challenge. It was also an opportunity to apply Cediv’s motto: “Alone we go faster, together we go further”. The departure is scheduled for January 29, 2014. The cost is estimated at 3,700 euros all inclusive.

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