These evening presentations are informative and fun, offering you a first-hand insight into what an Exodus holiday is really like. Places at our shows are limited so don’t be disappointed. Just book your place(s) and turn up for a great evening with Exodus.
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Extra show dates!: Paul will be presenting two more Catching the Moment evenings, hosted by Litchfield Garrick Theatre and Camera Club, and Maidenhead camera club. Click the links below for more tickets and information!
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This evening is all about altitude! Our gurus of trekking Chloe Knott and Jim Eite will be talking you through some of our most exciting and diverse high altitude itineraries. Including Everest Basecamp, the Inca Trail, and Kilimanjaro, plus the more extreme trails of Chulu Peak and Mont Blanc. They will be giving advice on training, what to take with you and tips to help avoid altitude sickness. Our experts will also be on hand to answer any questions, so whether you’re a seasoned altitude trekker or a first timer looking for adventure this evening is for you.
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Award winning wildlife photographer and guide Paul Goldstein seldom backs away from a photographic challenge. He has captured some extraordinary images from around the world and is relentless in his pursuit for ‘that moment’. This very special ‘Catching the Moment’ lecture will be specifically to raise funds for the Worth More Alive campaign, helping tiger conservation in India. This will be the fifth year of the campaign, and Paul as always, will be overcoming 3 physical feats in order to raise awareness and funds; running the Brighton Marathon, then “running” from Brighton to London for this very special ‘Catching the Moment’ Lecture before he takes on the London marathon once again. Join Paul for this photographic journey of illustrative wildlife moments, all in aid of keeping tigers WORTH MORE ALIVE! Paul and his tiger suit are currently in India. He has just been guiding both a snow leopard safari at altitude (and minus 26 of cold) and his tigers and cricket tour. He has kept many images back from these two and two other recent safaris that have not seen the light of day. They will all be show-cased on what he promises will be his best lecture to date. He and his support team have 120 miles to run that week, please come along and support a desperately important cause. Please note we will be charging £10 on the door for this event, and all proceeds will be going to Friends of Conservation to help with projects in India.