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2015 – Your Year of No Regrets!

January 22, 2015

With January almost over, many of us have already ditched our new year’s resolutions, fallen back into old habits and forgotten what the gym looks like. At Charity Challenge we want to help you live those dreams, and to do so, we’re launching our No Regrets campaign, the perfect way to kick start your 2015 with an exciting challenge and goal to look forward too.  Even more importantly, we’re offering 25% off your deposit*! So pick that Bucket List back up and add something new! Because let’s face it, nobody ever looked back and thought, I wish I’d done less.

Make 2015 the year you change your life and do something utterly brilliant!

 

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 You only live once, but if you do it right, once is enough.

 ~Mae West

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“There are no shortcuts to any place worth going.”
~ Helen Keller

There are many reasons why people partake in a Challenge, for many it’s a great fitness goal, a chance to explore and visit a country they might otherwise miss out on, a way to test themselves mentally and physically or tick one off the bucket list. For others the sole reason is to raise money for a particular cause close to their hearts, or in memory of a loved one. For some, it’s all of the above. So, whatever your reason, if you’ve always dreamt of touching the clouds at the top of Kilimanjaro, standing in the shadows of Everest or running your hands through the fluttering prayer flags of Little Tibet, watching the sunrise over Angkor Wat or setting over the African Savannah, there has never been a better time to do it than now! You will have no regrets over taking part in a challenge.

Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the things you did.
~ Mark Twain 

 

 Also, if you book before the end of January you’ll be entered into our January Gadget Giveaway – with a Camcorder and Tablet up for grabs!

*Terms and conditions apply.

Sources:

http://www.positivethinking-toolbox.com/best-life-quotes.html

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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1 Comment

  • Reply Gaynor Smith February 8, 2015 at 5:50 pm

    Hi,

    I’m trying to book the Peru Cycle challenge & it is not allowing me the 25% discount, despite advertising it on the website. It is saying offer not valid

    “Cycle Machu Picchu to the Amazon
    Thu 02 June 2016 – Sun 12 June 2016
    Bike expeditionsTough expeditionsduration iconPeru expeditions
    Visit the Inca capital of Cusco
    Cycle through rural Andean communities
    Observe an amazing diversity of flora & fauna
    Stay in Manu Biosphere Reserve
    Explore the lost city of Machu Picchu
    Book on this challenge and get 25% off the deposit as part of our #NoRegrets campaign! Quote ‘noregrets’ at the time of booking. Hurry offer ends 8th February 2015!
    After a day spent exploring the ancient Inca capital of Cusco and a spectacular train journey to the majestic Machu Picchu ruins, your cycling challenge will begin with a beautiful acclimatisation cycle from the impressive ruins of Ollantaytambo along the length of the Sacred Valley of the Incas to the artisan market of Pisac.

    From here we will cut through the Andes, with spectacular views of the cordillera Ausangate, dropping down into the charming village of Paucartambo before a final tough climb to Tres Cruces, the last pass before the Andes begins its descent into the Amazon rainforest.

    Following a spectacular sunrise over the Amazon, you will have the thrill of a 1,400m dirt-road descent, crossing multiple ecosystems until you reach the pristine cloud forest and set up camp.

    The challenge continues as we cycle deeper into the rainforest of the Manu Biosphere Reserve, home to Peru’s national bird, the Cock of the Rock, toucan, monkeys, spectacled bears, giant ferns, orchid and much much more.

    To see a photo album from our Cycle Machu Picchu to the Amazon challenge, click here.”

    Please can you honour this discount?
    i’ve tried to call the office but there is no answer as its sunday.

    Thanks

    Gaynor Smith

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