Register your interest to come to our Information Evening - Enquire BelowFind out all about the Borneo Jungle Challenge 2019 at our Information Evening on Monday 13th August at 18:30pm. Location: Douglas House
Spend five days trekking through the primary jungle, encountering varied terrain; including paddy fields, rubber plantations, fruit orchards, mountain ridges, and rivers.
You will camp in deep jungle and learn survival skills such as making traps, building shelter and identifying edible fruits and foods. The terrain will be challenging but the landscape will be incredible, spurring you on to complete your challenge.
You will finish off your time in Borneo at the world-famous Sepilok orang-utan sanctuary where you will have the chance to see and learn about these amazing animals, as they are slowly reintegrated into the wild. You’ll even have a chance to walk through the reserve and see the orang-utans up close!
If you would like to find out more about the challenge please call Hannah Smart on 01865 799166 or email email@example.com.
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Dates: 29th March – 9th April 2019
Minimum Age: 18 (16 when accompanied by an adult)
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