Challenge yourself to the trip of a lifetime, kayaking and trekking through the incredible Pacaya Samiria Reserve in Peru whilst helping to raise money for CLIC Sargent.
Join the team
From 8 -25 July 2013, a group of nine intrepid adventurers from London, Bristol, Cardiff and Gloucester will be kayaking and trekking 350 miles through the Pacaya Samiria Reserve, one of the largest national reserves in Peru.
The current group includes an age range of 21-60 and is looking to recruit three more enthusiastic members.
Those taking part will experience a part of the world where few have ventured. Much of the area is classed as ‘flooded forest’ meaning that there is an abundance of river dwelling animals such as the pink dolphins, manatee, black caiman and giant river otters.
Many species of monkey and hundreds of species of bird can also be appreciated during the journey up river.
The group will be staying in a variety of different places, including school classrooms, local huts and comfortable lodges in the remote villages found along the riverbank.
Although there are also quite a few days of wild camping on the beaches, campsites will be comfortable and well set up with washing and eating facilities.
To find out more about the 17 day trip, please download the more detailed itinerary (right hand menu).
The fee for this trip is £3,862 per person (excluding flights). All money raised will be donated to CLIC Sargent to help support children and young people with cancer.
For further details on how to sign up, please contact the event organiser, Sue Evans by email: email@example.com.
For more information
For more information on how you can take part in or organise your own event in aid of CLIC Sargent, please contact fundraising manager, Kiren Fernandes on firstname.lastname@example.org.