Have you dreamed about going on expeditions, do you want to experience the thrill of climbing high mountains, trekking through deserts or undertaking interesting and purposeful projects or scientific research.
Working with an amazing team of expedition leaders, scientists, safety experts, local providers, film makers and photographers, James has put together some really unique opportunities for people to get involved in expeditions and adventures. Giving as many people as possible a chance to learn new skills, undertake a challenge or engage in purposeful community or citizen science based expeditions.
Kilimanjaro (A Photo- Expedition)
Dates- 17- 27th September 2018
Cost- £2500, excluding Flights
A unique expedition to climb Africa's highest mountain.
Take the long route to the summit travelling through jungle, across the volcanic plains before ascending this iconic summit, one of the 7 Summits (Highest peak on each Continent).
This expedition will be accompanied by Huw James (https://www.huwjames.com) a professional photographer, film-maker and educationalist, who will be organising and delivering photographic workshops throughout the expedition, assisting participants to take some amazing photographs, create their own documentaries and films.
A slower ascent will aid acclimatisiation as well as providing plenty of opportunity to develop participants creativity!
Wild Morocco- Trek the Jebel Sahro
Dates- 28th November- 7 December 2018
Cost- £850 (excluding flights)
Explore this remote and wild part of Morocco.
Home to the last remaining nomadic tribespeople who for centuries have crossed the high Jebel looking for pastures for their livestock.
This exploratory expedition immerses you in this remote environment on a challenging trek, before travelling South to spend time on the edge of the Sahara Desert.
This is a chance to join a short expedition and really explore an accessible and wild part of North Africa.
Into The Depths of the Amazon 2018.
This expedition has now been completed find out more at the expedition page
Traveling deep into the Amazon jungle, this expedition aims to study the biodiversity of both the jungle floor and in particular that of the canopy.
Using modern rope access and state of the art monitoring techniques this team of Citizen scientists, led by James and scientist Dr Ross Piper http://www.rosspiper.net/ aim to build greater understanding and studies of this fascinating environment.
Follow this expedition at Into the Depths of the Amazon 2018 page!
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