Showcasing Mt. Kilimanjaro; Cutting Edge Trekking Company's New Website Is Next Best Thing To Being There

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The site is visionary. In addition to Eddie Frank's mind-blowing photography, Tusker Trail's new website unmasks the company's electrifying new Trekking Safari. On this unique face-to-face encounter with the real Africa, adventurers explore remote tribal areas and the animal-rich savannah on foot Â? and return transformed.

solid reputation as the leading climbing company on Kilimanjaro. Step by step, mile-by-mile, Tusker Trail has innovated safety and guiding standards in what has become an unregulated trekking free-for-all on the world's highest freestanding mountain.

Tusker Trail's exciting new website (http://www.tusker.com) reveals an insider's view, with hidden secrets of what it's like to be the "top dog" on Kilimanjaro, Africa's tallest peak. A visit to Tusker Trail's exhilarating website is the next best thing to climbing Kilimanjaro. The site also boasts a mesmerizing video brochure that visitors can watch online. The only thing lacking is the enticing smell of the African forest.

Tusker Trail's founder, Eddie Frank, who leads many of the climbs, did some time as a professional photographer before diving headlong into the adventure world. Part of what makes the new website such a sensory experience is the beauty and spectacle of Kilimanjaro, as seen through Eddie's camera lens. His exquisite photography captures the raging beauty of the unusual habitat as well as the spectacle that is and always has been Kilimanjaro.

The allure of Tusker Trail's new website is its embodiment of the spirit of true adventure in far off places. It evokes the uniqueness of the African continent – its people, and its wildlife.

The site is visionary. In addition to Eddie Frank's mind-blowing photography, Tusker Trail's new website unmasks the company's electrifying new Trekking Safari. On this unique face-to-face encounter with the real Africa, adventurers explore remote tribal areas and the animal-rich savannah on foot – and return transformed.

The only question the website raises is, “how soon can I go?”

For more information call Tusker Trail at 1-800-231-1919, or visit the website: http://www.tusker.com

By Charles Vincent

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