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Trek the lush jungles of Thailand and support the care and protection of all creatures great and small…

Journeying into the heart of Northern Thailand, over 4 days you’ll trek through lush rainforest, explore unique local villages and make new friends on this adventure of a lifetime.

On this challenge, you’ll trek along unpaved paths, into verdant Thai jungle and parallel to vast lakes. By night, you will reach your traditional homestay, enjoying cultural performances by local villagers and falling asleep to the sounds of the rainforest. You also get the chance to discover the vibrant city of Chiang Mai and learn more about Thailand’s unique culture.

Best of all, as part of this incredible adventure you’ll raise vital funds for RSPCA to continue the fight to end animal cruelty.

All the funds you raise on this challenge will go towards rehabilitating, rehoming or rescuing animals in need. We rely almost entirely on the support of generous people like you, and your fundraising can help us continue to be the voice for animals in Australia.

$20 may provide a kitten in need with a warm bed and litter tonight

$57 may cover the cost of antibiotics for a sick shelter animal this week

$172 will help desex an abandoned puppy, so they can go on to find their forever home

$376 may help provide specialist care and surgery for a wildlife patient

$600 will provide food for three rescued horses for a week

$1,000 will help subsidise the cost of prosecuting an animal cruelty offender in court


4 – 13 September 2020


11 Day Trip
4 Day Challenge


Twin-share in 3-star hotels and homestays


Registration fee: $770 (non-refundable)
Travel quote: $2,699
Fundraising Target: $2,000

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Moderate difficulty

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