After the enormous success of the 2014 & 2016 Fundraising Treks in the Himalayas we are delighted to announce that in 2018 we are adventuring further afield! Over Easter, we will be Trekking to Everest Base Camp and the shorter Himalayan Trail Trek in Aid of The Surf Project and Women’s Rights Organisation Kopila Nepal.
We are also partnering with Ian Taylor Trekking, planning Treks to Mt Kilimanjaro in January 2018 and The Inca Trail in Sept/Oct 2018!
If you would like more information on any of these treks or would like to register your interest, then please get in touch: email@example.com
Everest Base Camp
Wed 21st March- Sun 8th April 2018
The Everest region or Sagarmatha as it’s known in Nepal, offers spectacular mountain scenery, and views of 8 of the worlds 14 highest peaks, all of which exceed 8000m. It is a trekker’s paradise and a feasible goal for most fit walkers. We will begin our trek through lush green forests before emerging above the clouds to enjoy the panoramic views of one of the natural Wonders of the World!
Himalayan Trail Trek
Wed 28th March- Sun 8th April 2018
Whether it’s the opportunity to trek in the majestic Himalayas, view the breathtaking terraced landscape, immerse yourself in a unique culture, or embrace the warmth and hospitality of the Nepali people, this is one Itinerary that allows you to experience and enjoy all of the above and much, much more!
The Machu Picchu Trek
Fri 26th Oct – Sun 4th Nov 2018
The world famous Inca Trail in South America is one of the most magical, awe inspiring treks available on the planet and is regularly voted among the top 5 Treks in the World! Few other treks manage to incorporate such a vast variety of beautiful landscapes, from sub-tropical jungle to lush cloud-forest, and far off snow capped peaks of the Andes. With this trek, you will feel like you are stepping back in time, as you walk along the ancient pave stoned Inca trail towards the famous UNESCO World Heritage Site, the breathtaking ruins of Machu Picchu, the mysterious ‘Lost city of the Incas’!
Kilimanjaro Climb, Tanzania
Jan 2018 (Exact Dates tbc)
Mount Kilimanjaro is Africa’s tallest mountain. It comprises three extinct volcanoes, the highest of these points, Kibo, stands at 5,895m (19,341ft) above sea level. Located in northern Tanzania, near the Kenyan border, Kilimanjaro is the one of the world’s most popular and rewarding mountains to climb. Although it is challenging, and demands considerable preparation and effort, Kilimanjaro does not require specialist mountaineering skills and is, strictly speaking, is walked rather climbed!