Join Team Cats and put yourself to the test with this spectacular challenge! The five-day trek starts in the stunning Annapurna area of Nepal where you will discover the local culture while enjoying views of the snowy peaks. A highlight will be the panoramic sunrise views which unfold from Poon Hill, the highest point on the trek.
After completing your trek you will transfer to the famous Bardia National Park in the south of the country, reputed to be the best place in Nepal for potential tiger sightings. You will take part in a variety of activities and even have the chance to engage in a tiger awareness programme with the local community.
Registration fee: £330 (can be paid in up to three instalments)
Full Fundraising - fundraising the full pledge of £4,500. (80% of this figure (£3,600) to be raised by Friday 12 August 2022 (12 weeks before departure) and the remaining 20% (£900) by 16 December 2022)
Mixed - paying half of the trip costs approx. £1,290 12 weeks before departure (Friday 12 August 2022) and fundraising a reduced pledge of £2,600
Reserve your place - this saves you a spot until you are ready to pay the first instalment of your registration fee.
Sign up now - this is the official booking link where you will be asked to pay the first instalment of your registration fee. If you are paying the registration fee in instalments, please select 'bank transfer' or 'cheque' as your payment method, then email firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your payment plan.
We understand the commitment, courage and thought that goes into participating in a challenge event on behalf of Cats Protection and promise we will do our very best to give you all the help and support you need to have a successful challenge and raise lots of much-needed funds to help us care for cats and kittens.
We will also provide you with a dedicated Facebook group to network with fellow cat-loving supporters and a branded yellow Cats Protection technical tee-shirt to train and walk in, plus ideas, resources and support to help you fundraise.
We are hopeful that the Nepal trek will go ahead as planned but rest assured that your welfare is our number one priority. If you'd like any further information about COVID-19 and this challenge, please visit the Different Travel website for the latest updates.
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