Luton charity calling for trekkers to take on Madagascan challenge

NOAH is planning a 12-day challenge next year

Thursday, 23rd September 2021, 12:08 am
Updated Thursday, 23rd September 2021, 12:12 am

A Luton-based charity is inviting adventurous locals to join its first ever trekking challenge on the incredible island of Madagascar.

NOAH Enterprise is setting up a 12-day challenge offering people a once-in-lifetime trip, spending five days trekking through the spectacular Andringitra National Park, before helping at a community project, between November 19-30, 2022.

The group will summit the island's highest peak Pic Boby and neighbouring Chameleon Peak, encountering remarkable views. Among the highlights will be a glimpse of the endangered lemurs and other unique wildlife of the island.

Join the Noah adventure in Madagascar

Lisa Seccombe, Head of Fundraising at NOAH said: “This challenge will provide an opportunity to raise much needed funds for NOAH, whilst giving the participant an experience they’ll never forget.”

A virtual open evening is being held on Tuesday October 5 at 6.30pm via Zoom, with NOAH’s Fundraising team, and the partnering Tour Operator. To register for the open evening, please visit

NOAH’s mission is to deliver services to the most disadvantaged people across Bedfordshire.