Events Abroad

An archive of our charity adventure activities abroad.

Ecuador Trek 2015

17th – 28th December 2015 This December, we will be climbing in Ecuador, on a trek which includes two of Ecuador’s highest and most impressive peaks – Cotopaxi (5897m) and Chimborazo (6310m). Approximate costs are expected to be around £900 for flights, and £1000 for the trek, depending on numbers. More details to follow soon, &hellip Continue reading »

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Nepal – Nov 2013

NOVEMBER TREK  2013 Nepal – Everest Base Camp Trek Report by Satish Shah Gokyo / Everest Base Camp Kala Pathar The challenge was to get everyone from Gokyo via Chola Pass 5420m to Loubuche. The pass was covered with snow and was whole day a long walk. Kala Pathar 5550m was the highest point ( and &hellip Continue reading »

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Mt. Kilimanjaro Aug 2013

Mt. Kilimanjaro Climb 17th – 23rd August 2013 Trek Report by Keshav Gupta In August 2013, 12 of us embarked on one of Africa’s most demanding challenges – to climb Mount Kilimanjaro. Kilimanjaro is the world’s highest free-standing mountain, and boasts Africa’s highest point at 5,895m. The twelve in the group were climbing to raise &hellip Continue reading »

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Everest Base Camp 2012

SPONSORED FUND RAISING TREK Everest Base Camp & Kalapattar Trek  / Island Peak.   12 participants 1st April to 15th April 2012 See the superb VIDEO (below) with background music in full screen taking you from Kathmandu to Lukla Airport to Everest Base Camp and back. Six were on this trek. A very popular trek, the video &hellip Continue reading »

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Mt. Kilimanjaro – June 2011

This year, we ran our 6th annual Sewa trek, climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro in June 2011 Group Leader: Ashwin Parmar Rongai Route Team: Ash, Harji, Hitesh, Manoj, Sunil & Vijay Funds raised £7999 Photos and more details to follow.

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Indian Himalayas 2010

Sewa International – Sources of the Ganga trek 15 August -3 September 2010 Funds raised: £18,000 Report by Rajen Mistry Twenty-two swayamsevak and sevika from the UK participated in a fund raising trek on the Himalayas.  The first trek was a challenging trek from Gangotri to the top of the Rudragaira mountain which stands at &hellip Continue reading »

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Mount Kenya 2009

In August 2009, a group of 40+ from the UK tackled Mount Kenya. Funds raised: £40,229 From the group of 54 from the UK, 49 completed the full rim walk of Mt Longonat which is 14 miles at 2776m. 40 of the group summitted Mt Kenya , to Pt Lenana 4985m. The age range of &hellip Continue reading »

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Ladakh 2008

Sewa International organised a high altitude trek to Ladakh again for 2008 24th August to 13th September 2008. Funds raised: £31,541 Satish Shah, Trek Co-ordinator Reports. Facts: – This trek is graded D, similar to Mt Kilimanjaro, but Stok Kangri is graded E. – The group has raised £31,541, and the trip itself was self-financed. &hellip Continue reading »

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Ladakh 2007

Sewa International organised an 8 Day High Altitude Trek to Ladakh From 1st – 14th July 2007. Satish Shah, Trek Co-ordinator Reports. Facts: – The group flew to Leh, at an altitude of 3500 meters. – The group crossed three high mountain passes, summiting Palam Peak, 5360 meters and Stok Kangri (optional), 6114 meters (20130 &hellip Continue reading »

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Mt. Kilimanjaro 2006

The Mount Kilimanjaro trek was organised for the very first time by Sewa International. 23 Participants completed the trek from 11 July to 18 July 2006 (12 were from Bradford and Leeds) and with ages ranging from 16 to 58. Sewa International have raised a phenomenal £61,858 in funds to date. The organisers would wish &hellip Continue reading »

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