Join us as we visit the wonders of Peru, from Cuzco to the Sacred Valley, hiking the lesser known Lares Track and making our way to the ruins of Machu Picchu. Then heading from the Andes to the Amazon for a stay at a beautiful lodge set deep in the Amazon Jungle. Still want more? How about sailing around the Galapagos Islands to complete your South American adventure.
An 8-day personal challenge trekking the historic military trail from Ower's Corner to Kokoda Village. We walk shoulder-to-shoulder with our PNG friends to honour the Diggers & Fuzzy Wuzzy Angels who defended our freedom during WW2.
This workshop with our in-house photographer, Jean Francois Rochecouste* is more about framing photos and less about the technical details of the camera. No need to get all tangled up with “f stops” and “ISO settings”, this is all about using simple tips to get much better compositions.
This fully hosted camping expedition will gather a few strangers and deliver back a group of friends; connected, refreshed, rejuvenated and invigorated. In those three days you’ll experience some of the best walking trails in the Noosa Hinterland, you’ll eat great wholesome food, tell tall stories around the campfire, be challenged by hills like you’ve never seen before and be surrounded by stunning scenery *sigh*.
From the Marlborough Sounds, we’ll complete a three-day 50km hike along the stunningly beautiful Queen Charlotte Track. Its remoteness and solitude offers an abundance of secluded bays, islands, coves and sheltered waterways. Then we’ll try our hand at sea kayaking and finish off our week with an fun bicycle (or roadster) ride and a tour of the world renowned Marlborough wine region.
The Great Ocean Walk has become one of Australia’s most iconic treks since it opened in 2006. Join us on one of our fully-hosted, small-group (max 10) walking tours. Each tour is 5days/4nights, it includes pick-up and drop-off at midday, Melbourne Airport. All meals and fully hosted with a hiking guide and support vehicle
This tour provides a complete Kilimanjaro experience and challenge. Mount Kilimanjaro is the highest peak in Africa. The distinctive, snow-capped dome, which rises almost 5000m above the plains, can be climbed without ropes or technical climbing experience.