FUNDRAISING & KILI CLIMB
Join Future Stars Academy for an adventure of a lifetime Climb Africa’s highest peak, Kilimanjaro and raise funds for FSA. During this 10-day challenge, witness Future Stars Academy’s mission in action. Discover a new place, experience amazing transformation, and prove to yourself that you are capable of more than you can imagine.
Climb the highest peak in Africa
Play football alongside Future Stars Academy players
Experience FSA’s impact first hand
Day By Day
Dec 25, 2022:
Arrive at Kilimanjaro Airport and transfer to hotel
Dec 26, 2022:
Future Stars Academy – Boxing Day football bonanza
Dec 27, 2022:
First day of climb, Drive to gate. Machame Gate to Machame Camp (3000m), 4 hours through forest
Dec 28, 2022:
To Shira Plateau (3850m’), 5 hours through forest and open heath
Dec 29, 2022:
To Barranco Hut (3950m), 6 hours on open heath and over two valleys
Dec 30, 2022:
To Karanga Valley (3930m), 3 hours on open heath and rock across one valley
Dec 31, 2022:
To Barafu Hut (4600m), 3 hours ascent on open ground
Jan 1, 2023:
To Summit (5895m) and down to Millennium Camp (3300m), 6-8 hours to crater rim at night, 45 minutes from rim to Uhuru Peak, 3 or 4 hours back to Barafu Hut, 1-2 hours down to Millennium Camp
Jan 2, 2023:
To Mweka Gate (1500m) and Moshi, 4 hours in forest. Arrive hotel 3.00pm
Jan 3, 2023:
Free morning, transfer to airport for flight or continue onto safari or Zanzibar
The Kilimanjaro climb is executed on behalf of Future Stars Academy by our partner Tazama Africa.
*Accommodation is based on a twin-share basis in hotels and camp. Please tell us if you know somebody else on the trip that you would like to share with, and we will try our best to accommodate your request. If you’d prefer to have your own room and tent the single supplement fee is $170.
If you plan to arrive early or depart late, additional fees may apply:
Safari & Zanzibar
If you’re interested in adding a safari or visit to Zanzibar to your trip, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Alfred Safaris is a Future Stars Sponsor and can easily help you plan your safari or Zanzibar Extension. Below you’ll find a few suggested itineraries, or you can plan your own personalized itinerary by emailing us.
Alfred Safaris is owned by the founder and director of Future Stars Academy, Alfred Itaeli. 10% of all profit goes towards supporting Future Stars Academy.
Climb the highest freestanding mountain in the world! Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain on the African continent at 5895m. Its snow-capped summit rises high above the dusty African plains; huge permanent glaciers flow down from the summit, spectacular views and beautiful ice formations are the reward for pushing your limits both physically and mentally.