Last chance to explore beautiful Borneo!

Last chance to explore beautiful Borneo!


Greenpeace Australia Pacific
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Register before 16 April to receive a free exclusive Greenpeace book!

Dear Neville,

Why has Borneo captured the imagination of nature lovers for centuries? You can see for yourself this October by exploring one of the oldest and most spectacular rainforests in the world.

Join Greenpeace’s Borneo Jungle Challenge in October to unite your passion for the planet with adventure. Immerse yourself in an ecological paradise and raise vital funds to protect its very existence.

Places are filling up fast so get in quick!

Borneo Jungle Challenge

Trip highlights:

•    13 days of adventure including trekking through a UNESCO World Heritage jungle
•    Watch the sun rise from the lofty heights of Mount Kinabalu
•    Discover stallactites as you swim through the underwater caves
•    Meet the big-nosed proboscis monkey, only found in Borneo
•    Play a vital role in the protection of our planet

Despite the importance of Borneo’s rich landscape – it is under serious threat. Greenpeace is documenting illegal and unsustainable rainforest destruction, exposing and pressuring forest criminals, mobilising worldwide support for forest conservation and pressuring decision makers to bring about positive change.

Join us in this critical work. And have the trip of a lifetime while doing so. Register today and receive your exclusive free Greenpeace book.*

To find out more please contact Belinda from Inspired Adventures on 1300 905 188 or via email.

Anna Parente
Greenpeace Australia Pacific

I’ve gone through wilderness that I couldn’t even imagine, best experience of my life, without a doubt!
– Josh Wilkinson, Sumatran Jungle Adventurer 2011

Seeing the contrast between the jungle and the palm oil plantations strikes a chord in your heart.
– Susie Lovato, Sumatran Jungle Adventurer 2011

*Limited quantities of books are available on a first come first served basis.

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