JoLt 2018 : The Journey of a Lifetime is about to Begin

June 29, 2018Comments Off on JoLt 2018 : The Journey of a Lifetime is about to Begin

The next trip will depart on July 14th 2018. This year we are travelling from the Peru to the Galapagos Islands with 18 amazing young people and 6 leaders. 

Our month long trip will take us from Iquitos in the north of Peru along tributaries of the Amazon, through tropical rainforests and tribal villages; climbing in altitude to Quito in Ecuador, where we will stay with a local community, before trekking through mountain trails and searching for waterfalls, and camping on the flanks of Cotopaxi Volcano. After climbing towards the glaciers, we descend to the Pacific Coast to sail in search of whales, and take part in a marine project tagging turtles and surveying sharks. 

Our final leg includes an exploration of the Galapagos Islands, experiencing prehistoric life, and snorkelling with sea lions, turtles and rays. We will journey by road, foot, dugout canoe, local boat, and four wheel drive to explore the majestic environment and culture of these areas. 

If you would like to follow our trip, we will be updating our diary, complete with photos whilst we are away. Our Jolt 2018 – Trip Diary can be found here.

The team also carry a satellite tracker with them and you can follow their progress by clicking here.

2014 Journey – Trip Diary

July 14, 2014Comments Off on 2014 Journey – Trip Diary


Please check here for the on line diary once the trip starts.

2014 Interviews – 15th February 2014

February 13, 2014Comments Off on 2014 Interviews – 15th February 2014

We look forward to welcoming all those coming to interview for the 2014 JoLt trip across Africa.
The address is Orley Farm School, South Hill Avenue, Harrow, Middlesex HA1 3NU.
If there are any problems on the day please call 07747 037755 to speak to Simon Gruselle.

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