If you are an individual and would like to book onto a CoCRED Team Trip, please fill in the form below. Deposit payments can either be made by card, cheque or bank transfer.
For Schools and Youth Groups, please contact us for further information.
This simple enrolment process is split into 2 stages:
Stage 1: Complete the booking form stage 1 and submit. Pay a deposit of £200 by card/phone/bank transfer (you will receive an email with payment details shortly after booking). Please be advised the online booking form is processed manually so please allow time for this.
Stage 2: Additional extras, medical forms and balance of payment due 8 weeks prior to project start date (the password for the secure login area will be sent to you post stage 1).
Before confirming your booking you will need to read, understand and agree to abide by CRED's Terms & Conditions.
Your flight will be the biggest environmental impact of the expedition. For example, if you were to fly to Nairobi, you will be responsible for releasing approximately 2.4 tonnes of carbon dioxide, the main gas responsible for global warming. CRED Team Trips has teamed up with Rainforest Concern to try and help repair your flight's contribution to global warming. You now have the option to reduce your emissions by the same amount as the flight creates, making your flights 'climate neutral'.
CRED Team Trips also offsets all of the emissions from the flights that our staff take on company business. By offsetting the CO2 emissions from our air travel you can be sure our recce’s aren’t adding to global warming. We operate as close to a “paperless” office as possible and send the majority of our paperwork via email. This also helps to keep the costs of our programmes to a minimum.
The Rainforest Concern Forest Credits system gives instant calculations allowing you to see the cost and emissions in real time. More importantly the money raised goes directly to help Rainforest Concern projects. Rainforest Concern is a Registered Charity in the UK, established to protect threatened natural habitats and the biodiversity they contain, together with the indigenous people who still depend on them for survival.
Should you wish to offset your carbon footprint, please click here.