En-route to Iringa
En-route to Iringa
Volunteer Elliot Megginson
Volunteer Elliot Megginson
Digging the short drop toilet
Digging the short drop toilet
Night sky
Night sky
Camp craft
Camp craft

Trek leader Sean teaching fire making. An important aspect of trek is for volunteers to learn camp craft skills. 

Navigation
Navigation

Day leader Joshua Ward, describing the route, distance and terrain for the following day. 

Emmanuel at first light
Emmanuel at first light
Josh preparing to break camp
Josh preparing to break camp
Breakfast
Breakfast
Foot care
Foot care

Medic Emily Foyle assisting with feet issues such as blisters.

Volunteer Emmanuel Mwambelo
Volunteer Emmanuel Mwambelo
Rest
Rest
Forked path
Forked path

Part of the day leaders duties include navigating the group using a compass, GPS unit and map.

Trek leader Sean Cassidy
Trek leader Sean Cassidy

“It’s great when people put themselves into wilderness environments because when they do, they can feel the interconnection of it all and see why conservation is so important.”

Volunteer Rory Simmons
Volunteer Rory Simmons
Volunteer Emmanuel Mwambelo
Volunteer Emmanuel Mwambelo
Preparing supper
Preparing supper
Volunteer Scarlett Manley
Volunteer Scarlett Manley
Route planning
Route planning

Day leader Simon Brooker, checking the distance and terrain of the following days walk.

Preparing morning coffee
Preparing morning coffee
Warm up exercises
Warm up exercises
Push ups
Push ups
Forming a line
Forming a line

The day leader elects a person to mointor the back of the group, to ensure nobody gets left behind.

Farmlands
Farmlands
Putting up tents
Putting up tents
Camp roles
Camp roles

Once arriving into camp jobs are delegated by the day leader, such as pitching tents, fetching water and purifying it, digging a short drop toilet, putting up a tarp cover in the event of bad weather, collecting fire wood and cooking.

Sean resting
Sean resting
Adam the nature guide
Adam the nature guide
Volunteer Connor Hanlon
Volunteer Connor Hanlon
Learning archery
Learning archery
Beans soaking
Beans soaking
The path
The path
Downpour
Downpour
Trying local fruit
Trying local fruit
Fruit
Fruit
Following Sean
Following Sean
Volunteer Maxwell Squire
Volunteer Maxwell Squire
Jacaranda tree
Jacaranda tree
Camping in a school
Camping in a school
Connor, Joshua and Scarlett
Connor, Joshua and Scarlett
Practice casevac
Practice casevac

During induction all volunteers are trained in casevac (casualty evacuation) emergency procedures. Groups are required to practice casevacs when out in the field.

Elliot gathering fire wood
Elliot gathering fire wood
Pupil
Pupil
Crossing a marsh
Crossing a marsh
Day leader Emmanuel
Day leader Emmanuel
Joshua resting
Joshua resting
Adam chopping wood
Adam chopping wood
En-route to Iringa
Volunteer Elliot Megginson
Digging the short drop toilet
Night sky
Camp craft
Navigation
Emmanuel at first light
Josh preparing to break camp
Breakfast
Foot care
Volunteer Emmanuel Mwambelo
Rest
Forked path
Trek leader Sean Cassidy
Volunteer Rory Simmons
Volunteer Emmanuel Mwambelo
Preparing supper
Volunteer Scarlett Manley
Route planning
Preparing morning coffee
Warm up exercises
Push ups
Forming a line
Farmlands
Putting up tents
Camp roles
Sean resting
Adam the nature guide
Volunteer Connor Hanlon
Learning archery
Beans soaking
The path
Downpour
Trying local fruit
Fruit
Following Sean
Volunteer Maxwell Squire
Jacaranda tree
Camping in a school
Connor, Joshua and Scarlett
Practice casevac
Elliot gathering fire wood
Pupil
Crossing a marsh
Day leader Emmanuel
Joshua resting
Adam chopping wood
En-route to Iringa
Volunteer Elliot Megginson
Digging the short drop toilet
Night sky
Camp craft

Trek leader Sean teaching fire making. An important aspect of trek is for volunteers to learn camp craft skills. 

Navigation

Day leader Joshua Ward, describing the route, distance and terrain for the following day. 

Emmanuel at first light
Josh preparing to break camp
Breakfast
Foot care

Medic Emily Foyle assisting with feet issues such as blisters.

Volunteer Emmanuel Mwambelo
Rest
Forked path

Part of the day leaders duties include navigating the group using a compass, GPS unit and map.

Trek leader Sean Cassidy

“It’s great when people put themselves into wilderness environments because when they do, they can feel the interconnection of it all and see why conservation is so important.”

Volunteer Rory Simmons
Volunteer Emmanuel Mwambelo
Preparing supper
Volunteer Scarlett Manley
Route planning

Day leader Simon Brooker, checking the distance and terrain of the following days walk.

Preparing morning coffee
Warm up exercises
Push ups
Forming a line

The day leader elects a person to mointor the back of the group, to ensure nobody gets left behind.

Farmlands
Putting up tents
Camp roles

Once arriving into camp jobs are delegated by the day leader, such as pitching tents, fetching water and purifying it, digging a short drop toilet, putting up a tarp cover in the event of bad weather, collecting fire wood and cooking.

Sean resting
Adam the nature guide
Volunteer Connor Hanlon
Learning archery
Beans soaking
The path
Downpour
Trying local fruit
Fruit
Following Sean
Volunteer Maxwell Squire
Jacaranda tree
Camping in a school
Connor, Joshua and Scarlett
Practice casevac

During induction all volunteers are trained in casevac (casualty evacuation) emergency procedures. Groups are required to practice casevacs when out in the field.

Elliot gathering fire wood
Pupil
Crossing a marsh
Day leader Emmanuel
Joshua resting
Adam chopping wood
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