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Posts Tagged: "conservation"

Life in and out the waters of the Galápagos

If the lure of the water and the golden beaches isn’t enough to get you to the Galápagos, then maybe I can convince you with the insane wildlife it has to offer. With and abundance of land and sea creatures the Galápagos is a never ending treat for us nature lovers. Galapagos Fur Seal Let’s...

The Galapagos gives, and it’s non-stop giving.

As a lifetime open water devotee, I was intrigued when I stumbled on a advertisement for a SwimTrek holiday back in the early 2000’s. It seemed like such a fantastic idea. I had been on many self-supported bicycle tours, open water events, and competed in local triathlons, but what I really liked...

SwimTrek Beach Clean

In 2016 Surfers Against Sewage had their most successful national beach clean. With 946 beaches cleans, 19,500 volunteers and 64 tonnes of marine litter being removed from the coastline. So when we at SwimTrek heard that they would be running another campaign this year, we jumped at the...

Swim to Protect your Seas, Shores and Marine Wildlife

SwimTrek and the Marine Conservation Society (MCS) are set to team up again in 2016 to bring you the Big Sea Swim from the beautiful setting of Eastbourne beach. The event has gone from strength to strength since its launch in 2012 and last year over 100 swimmers took to the sea to raise funds...

SwimTrek raises 1000 Pounds for the Marine Conservation Society

As everyone who has been to one of our End of Season Parties knows, each year we hold a raffle to raise money for charity with a whole host of prizes including a main prize of a free place on one of our One Week Tours. This year, the lucky winner was David Shotton and David has decided to go on...