The Amazon Survival Challenge 2021
Have you got what it takes to survive the mighty amazon jungle?!
This unique challenge will see you head out to an incredible and diverse ecosystem in Brazil to experience everything the Amazon Jungle has to offer. Led by former Special Forces Officer Wayne Hoyle and trekking alongside England Rugby Legends, Lewis Moody and Tom Croft, you will be led deep into the Amazon to immerse yourself in the Jungle for 5 nights.
With temperatures over 25 degrees Celsius and 95% humidity, looking after yourself and your kit will be essential to survival. During the challenge you will discover more about this remarkable environment, gain new skills and experience how physically and psychologically challenging the rainforest can be. With a mixture of trekking many kilometres of dense jungle and canoeing the Amazon river, each day will take you on a steep learning curve.
With just 15 places available to join Lewis Moody and Tom Croft, this really is a once in a lifetime opportunity to experience something unique, take a break from everyday life and push yourself out of your comfort zone. This is your chance to achieve something special not only for yourself but for those affected by the brutal reality of living with a brain tumour. So what are you waiting for..? Sign up today!
Event organised by Charity Challenge
“Huge thanks to our leaders Lewis, Alan and Wayne. I exaggerate not when I say you are the dream team and the authenticity of your approach to leadership was truly inspiring. You completely blew us all away and taught us some incredible life lessons. Thank you for making it as amazing as it was.”
Claire Walsh, headswest team member
“I will take a great deal from the challenge and know that I will be an even better leader and mentor in my business and a better person in my home and personal life from the experiences of the last 10 days.”
Jon Sump, CEO Mick George, headwest team member
“An experience like nothing I’ve ever done. The hardest yet most rewarding challenge with brilliant people.”
Mark Spoors, Director esportif, Mega-Tri team member