Challenge event for tigers

We’ve teamed up with two excellent organisations who run challenge events and have hand picked  UK and International events you can take part in your very own tiger challenge to fundraise for wild tigers.

As a small organisation, dedicated to giving 100% of the donation we receive to wild tiger conservation projects – all these trips must be self-funded.  There is a wide choice of dates so take a look at the options. If you are interested in other challenges run by these organisations, please do ask if they are available as open challenges.

 Global Adventure Challenges – 3 options 

 These events offer a variety of dates and opportunities to participate and raise money for 21st Century Tiger.

London to Paris 17

London to Paris bike ride –  A challenge event for tigersending in Paris to watch the final day of the Tour de France! 18th – 22nd July 2018.

295 miles over 4 days with full support, accommodation and food. Bring your own bike. Find out more. 

 Book here


GlobalChallengeAdventuresTrekFest  –  Great fun UK based challenges – new dates for 2018 coming soon!

 The Peaks – for the 25km option in September 2017  

book  here




Discover Adventure – 2 options

We have chosen two other amazing options with Discover Adventure

Bhutan Trek – Tiger territory!


This trek in the small Buddhist Kingdom of Bhutan, follows the classic Druk Path between Paro and Thimpu, taking in dense forest, yak pastures and clear mountain lakes. Find out more about the trek from the valley floor up to mountain ridges and over high passes – all with an unforgettable backdrop of snow-capped Himalayan peaks. The cultural discovery, rewarding trekking and magnificent landscapes make a winning and unforgettable combination. Book here

Jurassic Coast trek  – A challenge event for tigers  

If you want to take on a slightly less daunting mission – why not find out about the ‘Jurassic Coast‘ of the UK. Stretching 95 miles between Old Harry Rocks in Dorset, to Orcombe Point in East Devon, the Jurassic Coast – England’s first Natural World Heritage Site –  it is the most geologically diverse coastline in the world. Book here.