Travel to the incredible plains of Tanzania, Africa and summit the world’s highest freestanding mountain whilst raising vital funds to cure children’s’ cancer.

Do you love adventure travel? Do you love setting-out on a journey that will take you out of your comfort zone? Do you love the comradery formed as adventurers unite together in a shared goal? Do you love the feeling of escapism experienced by immersing yourself in ancient cultures in remote parts of the world seen by few?

Come along and join in creating lasting friendship and fond memories on the Mount Kilimanjaro Challenge.

Dates: 1st September to 12th September 2017

Itinerary at a glance:    

Day 1 – 1st September – Depart Australia

Day 2 – 2nd September – Kilimanjaro Airport

Day 3 – 3rd September – Simba Camp  

Day 4 – 4th September – Kikelewa Camp

Day 5 – 5th September – Mawenzi Tarn

Day 6 – 6th September – Mawenzi Tarn – Acclimatisation

Day 7 – 7th September – Kibo Camp

Day 8 – 8th September – Summit and Horombo Camp

Day 9 – 9th September – Final day of trekking and arrive at hotel

Day 10 – 10th September – Departure day

Day 11 - 11th September – Transit

Day 12 – 12th September – Arrive home

Every day, four Australian families hear the words your ‘child has cancer’. Childhood Cancer is the number one cause of death by disease of Australian children, the causes are unknown and there is no prevention – the only way to help children is through continued research to find a cure.

To find out more and Join the Challenge please click here to register.

Your contribution counts and we couldn't do this without you!

Thank you from Kim and The Kids’ Cancer Project Team.

About Soulful Concepts

We’ve partnered with Soulful Concepts, an industry accredited Travel Company, specialising in philanthropic travel design. They provide hand-crafted travel experiences for individuals who would like to have a positive impact on an important cause.

Kids Cancer Project

The Kids’ Cancer Project is a national charity dedicated to supporting childhood cancer research. Kids’ get different types of cancer to adults and research is discovering more targeted and effective ways to help kids while minimising the long- term side effects treatment can bring.

The Kids’ Cancer Project was founded in 1993 by Col Reynolds who decided to step up and do something to help children with cancer. Twenty years later more than $36 million has been committed to funding research projects across Australia, thanks to community support.

Science is making an impact, providing new treatment options and giving hope to the 950 children and young adolescents diagnosed each year.

If you believe science is the solution please join with us. By working together, we will make a difference to help kids with cancer and their families.

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