Alleviating poverty, bringing hope

Trek Madagascar

18th – 29th November 2023

We are inviting adventurous locals to join our first ever trekking challenge on this once-in-a-lifetime trip, on the incredible island of Madagascar.

This 12-day trip will challenge you to 5 days trekking through the spectacular Andringitra National Park, before helping at a community project.

The group will summit the islands highest peak Pic Boby and neighbouring Chameleon Peak, encountering remarkable views. You’ll experience towering mountains, natural swimming pools and exotic rainforests on this unforgettable African adventure. Don’t forget to look out for the endangered lemurs and other unique wildlife of the island, which will be sure to enchant and amaze.

Not only will you be supporting NOAH, but you’ll also get the chance to give back to the Malagasy community that has hosted us. You will help out at a local community project, such as a school, with activities likely to include repainting, improving kitchen facilities, gardening and general maintenance.

The challenge is rated moderate to challenging and you are highly advised to train to a good fitness level prior to departure. We will be hosting regular NOAH walking and trekking sessions which you can join in with and meet the other trekkers.

If you’re still up for the challenge, we promise this will be an experience you’ll never forget!

Want to learn more?

Email or call 07789 138846 to find out more!

Watch our virtual open evening below.

We Need Your Help!

NOAH needs £2million per year to continue providing free services for the most vulnerable in the community. By taking part in an event like this one and raising funds for NOAH, you can help to give hope and support to those in the most extreme poverty.

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For more information about this trek and our partners at Different Travel, or to sign up please click here.

Thank you Paradise Wildlife Park!

We visited Paradise Wildlife Park to learn more about the animals that are endemic to Madagascar. The trekking team were lucky enough to be able to get up close and personal with the furry critters and take part in feeding ring-tailed lemurs! Thank you to Paradise Wildlife Park for the experience.