Expeditionism: If You Dream of Taking on a Challenge in a Far-Off Land, Relying on Your Abilities and Those of Your Colleagues to Succeed, Where the Only Limits Are Those You Set Yourself, Then You May Be Suffering Symptoms of Expeditionism. These Companies Can Put You on the Path to Recovery

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Expeditionism: If You Dream of Taking on a Challenge in a Far-Off Land, Relying on Your Abilities and Those of Your Colleagues to Succeed, Where the Only Limits Are Those You Set Yourself, Then You May Be Suffering Symptoms of Expeditionism. These Companies Can Put You on the Path to Recovery


Zambezi Safari and Travel

There's more to Africa's natural history than even experienced travellers think. Visit some of our less traditional venues through a selection of seasonal bush camps and lodges in the Luangwa Valley, the lower Zambezi, Matusadona, Mana Pools, the Selinda, Kalahari, Kaokoveld and beyond. Explore some of the continent's finest wilderness areas on foot, on horseback or in a canoe. Discover the old and wild Africa accompanied by professional local guides and trackers. Let Zambezi Safan and Travel help uncover one of Africa's better safari options especially for you.

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BSES

"Being in the wilderness teaches the art of just sitting and looking watching the fulmars fly by and listening to the geese honk. It's a window onto another world... "With BSES Expeditions, you will experience 'another world' by visiting some of the most remote, fragile environments known to mankind. From lying awake in the Arctic wilderness beneath the spellbinding glow of the northern lights to gazing in awe upon the hot, bubbling lava pools of one of Africa's stunning volcanoes, BSES will open your eyes to places rarely seen. If you're aged between 16 and 20 and looking for a rewarding mix of research and adventure, join BSES for a voyage of real exploration.

* Tel: 020 7591 3141 * Web: www.bses.org.uk

Biosphere Expeditions

Biosphere Expeditions is an award-winning, non profit organisation offering hands-on wildlife conservation expeditions as an adventure with a purpose for everyone. Expeditions aren't about playing the primitive; they are open to all, have no special skills or fitness requirements, and there are no age limits whatsoever. Expeditions include snow leopards of the Altai mountains, monkeys and macaws of the Amazon, wolves and migratory birds of the Black Sea coast, cheetahs in Namibia, and whales and dolphins of the Azores. They start from 12 days and 990 [pounds sterling]--two thirds of the cost is spent directly on the project in the host country.

* Tel: 01502 583 085 * Email: info@biosphere-expeditions.org * Web: www.biosphere-expeditions.org

Greenforce

Discovery is what expeditions are all about, and Greenforce can give you plenty of opportunities to explore fascinating corners of the globe. Its five conservation expeditions all focus on surveying wildlife in remote locations, giving you exclusive access to havens of the natural world. The Amazon expedition includes jungle survival training, and will take you right up into the forest canopy using rope access skills. Other adventures include surveying Zambia's largest national park, and diving with the marine life of Borneo, Fiji and the Bahamas. All training is provided; expeditions last either four or ten weeks. Call us for a brochure.

* Tel: 0870 770 2646 * Web: www.greenforce.org

Trekforce

Trekforce organises challenging conservation, scientific and community expeditions to the rainforests of Central and South America and eastern Malaysia. …

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