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Wednesday, March 26, 2008
Film Crew First Ever To Film Ex-headhunters
 
From January 21 - February 9, 2008, Enodo guide, Jon Derksen, led a seven-person crew into the remote Patkai Hills of India’s northeastern border region with Myanmar (Burma) to film tattooing traditions of the Wancho tribal people.  The Discovery Channel crew was the first ever to officially be
 
Tuesday, March 25, 2008
Round Square:  Belize For Teens
Reef To Ruins Expedition
July, 2008
 
Working on community service projects, snorkeling with sharks, kayaking the reef, floating along an underground river, rappelling down a sinkhole, exploring steaming jungle and Mayan ruins - a team of students from Collingwood School in West Vancouver, Canada, are in for a trip of a lifetime.
 
For
 
Friday, November 30, 2007
Andes to Amazon expedition
November 1 - 15, 2007
 
On November 1, 2007, eight intrepid explorers embarked on a two-week expedition taking them from a 15,000 foot pass in the Andes to the pristine wilderness of Madidi National Park on the outer edge of the Amazon Basin.  Activities included biking the world’s most dangerous road, hiking part of the
 
Wednesday, June 20, 2007
Enodo Debuts on National Geographic Channel
 
On May 6, a documentary about the world’s most dangerous road located in the Bolivian Andes featuring Kelowna-based Enodo Adventures co-owner, Jon Derksen, aired on National Geographic Channel.
 
“The Yungas Road is one of those must-see-before-you-die places,” Derksen said.  “The east side of the
 
Tuesday, April 17, 2007
Enodo Scouts for Discovery Channel Among Tribal Groups in Northeastern India
 
Enodo team member Jon Derksen spent last March in the restricted Himalayan state of Arunachal Pradesh located in the far northeastern reaches of India, scouting for Discovery Channel.   The first two weeks took Jon into the Apa Tani Valley (5000 feet), where he documented the culture and daily