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Mount Kilimanjaro Trek

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The highest freestanding mountain in the world, Kilimanjaro is also the highest mountain on the African continent at 5896m. Its snow-capped summit rises high above the dusty plains and huge permanent glaciers flow down from the summit; these views are the reward for pushing your limits both physically and mentally.
Our trek takes the less-trodden Machame route, allowing us to camp and fully appreciate the splendour of our surroundings and the clear night skies. We pass through thick forest and moorland enroute to the highest point, Uhuru Peak. This a challenging trek at altitude, climbing one of the most impressive and well-known mountains in the world.
Registration Fee: £399
Minimum Fundraising Target: £4050
Please contact us on 023 8042 6868 or contact us for more information and available dates.

 

Costa Rica Coast to Coast Rainforest Trek

Costa Rica has a huge variety of landscapes, climates and environments and it is home to 5% of the planet’s biodiversity – From palm tree-lined tropical beaches to smoking volcanoes, cloudforest, rainforest and mangrove swamps – it all awaits us in Costa Rica! Our coast to coast challenge is an adventurous journey on foot and by raft from the Pacific to the Caribbean Coast! Our route takes us from traditional farming communities through coffee plantations and oak forests, deep into cloudforest and dense tropical rainforest, serenaded by howler monkeys and exotic bird calls. We take in the country’s highest active volcano before our challenge ends with an unforgettable journey by raft and boat to a beautiful tropical beach.
Registration Fee: £399
Minimum Fundraising Target: £3600
Please contact us on 023 8042 6868 or contact us for more information and available dates.

Inca Trail Trek To Machu Picchu

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Machu Picchu is one of the most iconic sights in South America, and the culmination of our magnificent Inca Trail trek through the Peruvian Andes. Join us as we trek this breathtakingly beautiful route through valleys and high passes, scattered with fascinating Inca ruins.Trekking on Inca-paved paths and steps, our route takes us up through lush cloudforest to the demanding Dead Woman’s Pass (4200m). Continually climbing up or dropping down, our way is steep at times, and the altitude adds to the challenge. We finally come to the Sun Gate, which overlooks Machu Picchu, where your first magical glimpse provides an unforgettable reward for your efforts.

Permits for the Inca Trail are restricted and must be secured months in advance, so sign up in good time!
Registration Fee: £399
Minimum Fundraising Target: £3800
Please contact us on 023 8042 6868 or contact us for more information and available dates.


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