Explorers Against Extinction charity expeditions recreate the journeys of explorers and adventurers. All profit from these trips, as well as fund-raising by the participants supports Explorers Against Extinction projects.
We also offer bespoke wildlife holidays, ranging from luxury safaris to frontier conservation modules – many of these offer behind-the-scenes conservation experiences. A donation is made by our travel partners to Explorers Against Extinction on behalf of all clients.
Everest Base Camp 1953 **Trip Full**
Dates: 27th February – 14th March 2020
Cost: £2,595 + Fund-raising for EAE
Guides: Robert Ferguson, author of the Nepal Handbook from Footprint Guides. Two Sherpa guides who have been to the summit of Everest.
Details: In February – March 2020 EAE trustee Robert Ferguson will be walking to Everest Base Camp, following the route taken by the 1953 British Everest Expedition that successfully reached the summit. This will entail walking from the Kathmandu Valley to Everest, a journey of some 200 miles through some of the most spectacular terrain in the World. Every step will be ascent or descent. He will be doing the trek using only equipment available at the time.
He will be joined at Lukla by a group of 10 supporters all of whom will be fund-raising for EAE. They will all continue up to the Khumbu Ice-flow and Everest Base Camp.
Private Safaris & Wildlife holidays
Through our travel partners Real Africa and Real Asia we offer a comprehensive selection of tailormade holidays.
Trusting your travel arrangements to a responsible, and conservation focused tour operator is a good way to support conservation. Conservation tourism is increasingly important, helping people in local communities to earn a living from safeguarding wildlife and wild spaces.
By booking with one of our approved partners you also directly support the work of Explorers Against Extinction, with a donation being made on behalf of every client.
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