It is great after the work to see the new camp in the Amazon working: here is an incoherent collection of comments from the Gappers and photos of the camp and project work going on. Hopefully, a little glimpse of real life in our Amazon Gap Year Camp

The house looking a little more lived in – or messy.

Just coming back from lying on the banks of a river in the Amazon.åÊ This has shown me that money means nothing, it is just spending it on getting the right experiences.åÊ Tom

Livia’s birthday in the jungle.

From the cloud forest to the Amazon, from Cotopaxi to Quito; Ecuador is slowly revealing its beauty.åÊ Zaccaria

We are employing a number of women from the local Quichua community for cooking.

 

The small crew who went off to buy indigenous trees for reforestation.

100 trees returning to camp on the ferry over the Rio Napo – including the endangered ahuano tree and guava.

There have been so many moments when I have realized how incredibly lucky I am to be in my current situation; surrounded by breathtaking scenery, doing once in a lifetime activities and being surrounded by real and beautiful culture and people here, and each time it is the best feeling of elation and freedom and appreciation to CI for giving me this opportunity.åÊ I don‰Ûªt want to leave it is so much fun here.åÊ I‰Ûªll never forget this trip.åÊ Jennifer If you want to find out more about our Amazon Gap Year camp or any others for that matter please call us now on +44 1425 485 390 and ask for Sarah or Izi