The Greenpeace Sumatra Jungle Challenge 2013 promises the experience of a lifetime: a chance to trek through one of the world’s last remaining ancient forests and commune with endangered orangutans on the Indonesian island of Sumatra.
You’ll also have the chance to support the work of Greenpeace Australia Pacific’s forest campaigns to stop illegal and destructive logging, end the clearing of ancient forests and help protect our climate.
What better fitness goal could there be than the opportunity to immerse yourself in one of the world’s most pristine, and most threatened, tropical rainforests and help save such forests at the same time?
• Spend six days trekking and camping in one of Indonesia’s most precious tropical rainforests, on the island of Sumatra.
• See orangutans, gibbons and hornbills in the wild, go inner-tubing down a river, climb an active volcano, bathe in hot springs, visit local markets – and share all these experiences with a bunch of new friends.
• Help Greenpeace Australia Pacific protect the world’s tropical rainforests and work towards its goal of zero deforestation by 2020.
Dates: 5 – 17 October 2013
Registration fee: $770 (non-refundable)
Fundraising target: $3,000 (excludes travel)
Travel cost: $3,860 including taxes (can be fundraised)
Trip duration: 13 days
Physical activity: 7 days trekking
Challenge grade: 4/5
Accommodation: Tents, lodges and basic hotels
Minimum age: 16
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