Luton charity calling for trekkers to take on Madagascan challenge

NOAH is planning a 12-day challenge next year

Thursday, 23rd September 2021, 12:08 am
Updated Thursday, 23rd September 2021, 12:12 am

A Luton-based charity is inviting adventurous locals to join its first ever trekking challenge on the incredible island of Madagascar.

NOAH Enterprise is setting up a 12-day challenge offering people a once-in-lifetime trip, spending five days trekking through the spectacular Andringitra National Park, before helping at a community project, between November 19-30, 2022.

The group will summit the island's highest peak Pic Boby and neighbouring Chameleon Peak, encountering remarkable views. Among the highlights will be a glimpse of the endangered lemurs and other unique wildlife of the island.

Join the Noah adventure in Madagascar

Lisa Seccombe, Head of Fundraising at NOAH said: “This challenge will provide an opportunity to raise much needed funds for NOAH, whilst giving the participant an experience they’ll never forget.”

A virtual open evening is being held on Tuesday October 5 at 6.30pm via Zoom, with NOAH’s Fundraising team, and the partnering Tour Operator. To register for the open evening, please visit https://bit.ly/3hCKtEO.

NOAH’s mission is to deliver services to the most disadvantaged people across Bedfordshire.