Hello everybody Here are some of the moments of our new gappers working hard in Camp Amazonia. We are working on a very important conservation project, planting 3000 seeds of Ahuano tree, an endangered species of the Amazonia that is almost disappearing from the forest. Take a look of all the work
Collecting sand for the plants
This weekend we had a little expedition up Iliniza Norte, to recce it for groups.
Just south of Quito is "The Valley of the Volcanoes", which is dotted with active, dormant and extinct volcanoes of varying heights. The most famous, and the highest active volcano in the world, is Cotopaxi, but there are many others and most of them are climbable. We have it in mind that there maybe great experiences out here that we can offer visitors to Ecuador. So, I dusted down the boots and got myself out there.
We have been leading school teams to Mt Kenya for adventure expeditions since we started Camps 10 years ago. This time round we had our very first school from West Africa and they had a great time during their short trip. Peter is our in country Expedition/Team leader who joined them. This is his story.........
Tommie is just back in from Camp Tanzania which has been buzzing with students from Dubai...
There are times in the life of Camps that we are either starting or finishing something. Sometimes that involves a bit of a party, and we have had a few of those lately.
Often at the end of project work the community like to say thank you with singing and dancing. Of course, some projects last for years so occasionally they do this just because a group is leaving so they are saying good bye to those guys.
On the 24th of January, the Aussie Gap team moved from Camp Muhaka to Tsavo. When we arrived we were warmly welcomed by the staff here and presented with lunch. We were then given a brief overview of the camp and its projects.
This article originally appeared on the Edge of Existence blog and has been reposted with permission (you can read the original post by clicking HERE):
This week we have all been very busy with our project work! With some of the group continuing work on a grey water system in Muhaka meanwhile others have been working on a similar system at Camp Kaya.