Raising funds for vital conservation work in Zambia, the Elephant Charge will be held on 26 October 2013.
Enter now, for a fun-filled, adrenalin-fuelled weekend of family fun camping in the Zambian wilderness. All you need is a motorbike or 4×4 vehicle and a bit of dust, sweat and gears!
At a secret location announced on the evening of the Charge (not far from Lusaka), on 26 October teams of drivers, navigators and runners will race the clock, GPS and each other to win the ultimate Elephant Charge trophy. It’s also a great spectator sport!
|Fast facts about Elephant Charge 2013:|
|Date||26 October 2013|
|Location||Announced evening before the charge (Not far from Lusaka)|
|Amount raised in 2012||Over $80 000|
|Aim of Charge||To plant the seed of sustainability for the future generation of Zambia|
The most daring team will complete all of the check-points in the shortest distance, winch up cliffs and down ravines to claim the much prized trophy. The event demands stamina and navigational skills as well as the ultimate team tactics.
But it’s not just for the rush that these eager “Elephant Chargers” do it. It’s for the wildlife too. Organised by a committee of dedicated volunteers, in 2012 the Elephant Charge raised over US$80,000 for conservation charities in Zambia, mainly promoting environmental education in local communities.
With one of the highest deforestation rates in the world and poaching a constant threat, environmental education in Zambia is vital.
Many conservation organisations such as Chipembele Wildlife Trust, Game Rangers International and Conservation Lower Zambezi are funded by the Elephant Charge to plant the seed of sustainability for the future generation of Zambia.
Come and see for yourself on 26 October 2013.
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Date: 20 June 2013