Trek to Machu Picchu
Ever wanted to walk the Inca Trail up to Machu Picchu?
Now is your chance to sign up to a challenge of a lifetime by hiking along one of the most iconic routes of the world; surrounded by spectacular mountains, raging rivers, hot springs and the chance to meet some of the worlds most remote mountain communities.
Amazon Jungle Survivor Challenge
The mythical Amazon can only be described in superlatives. As the largest rainforest in the world, it covers an area of more than five millions square kilometres and covers nine countries including Brazil, Venezuela, Peru, Colombia, Bolivia, Ecuador, Suriname, Guyana and French Guiana.
Annapurna Base Camp Trek
Enjoy the Annapurna Massif as you trek through this spectacular mountain range and conservation area. Experience the Nepalese culture in both Kathmandu and Pokhara and along the trek route you’ll follow to Annapurna Base Camp. See the landscape change from bamboo forests with mossy rocks to the glorious and dizzying heights of Annapurna.
Avenue of the Volcanoes
Not for the faint-hearted, this spectacular trek culminates in a magical midnight glaci
er climb of the majestic Cayambe. The Andean expedition is at very high altitude, which me
ans acclimatisation is vital and is built into the action-packed itinerary which passes through rainforests and up and around volcanoes.
Beyond the Grand Canyon
A natural wonder of the world, the Grand Canyon boasts one of the earth’s most majestic landscapes, and this challenge is a unique twist on regular Grand Canyon itineraries. Following in the footsteps of the ancient Navajo Indians, we wind our way through canyons, while spending nights beneath desert skies.
Cuban Mountain Trek
The trek starts in the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Havana. Once out of Cuba’s capital, things are quieter and more relaxed – but now for the hard work! You trek for five days over undulating and sometimes tough terrain. Itinerary highlights include Havana, the Sierra del Escambray and Trinidad.
Dalai Lama Himalayan Trek
This unique expedition combines awesome Himalayan trekking with a visit to India’s exiled Tibetan community in Dharamsala, home to the Dalai Lama. The route follows the Uhl River through rhododendron and evergreen forests, taking in Hindu settlements and Buddhist monasteries. The region is largely unvisited, making it a pristine and unspoilt area to trek.
Everest Base Camp
Mount Everest stands at a formidable 8,848m in the Nepalese Himalayas. Starting in Lukla, we follow in the footsteps of the Sherpa on this epic high altitude trek which crosses numerous rivers, before reaching the highest point at Kalapathar (5,545m). Wonder at the scenery below, before celebrating in mystical Kathmandu.
Great Wall Discovery
One of the world’s most iconic structures, China’s Great Wall is the setting for a thrilling adventure that will test you to the limits. Originally built to protect the power of the Ming dynasty, this section of wall lies to the north of Beijing, amongst the mountains that once stood between imperial China and the nomadic tribes that threatened it. With over 10,000 steps and an endless procession of crumbling watchtowers to tackle, you will trek along the mountain ridges that straddle the spectacular Gubeikou Gateway.
High Atlas Summit Trek
This challenge will have you scrambling over northern Africa’s tallest peak – Jebel Toubkal, standing at a majestic 4,167m! Although not involving technical climbing, the weather and terrain make this challenge extremely tough and a good level of fitness is essential. We finish in the vibrant Moroccan city of Marrakech.
Iceland Glacier Trek
Clip into your ski’s and trek your way around Langjökull glacier – the second largest glacier in Iceland. Make your way through this majestic ice cap in the highlands of Iceland to the most northern point of Baldjökull where you will have the chance to gaze at the amazing sights of nunatak’s and spectacular glacier scenery.
Icelandic Lava Trek
Host to some of Europe’s most incredible wilderness, this Icelandic itinerary takes in thundering waterfalls, steaming lava fields, plunging fjords and spouting geysers. The trip is relatively short, but days are long and the terrain is challenging. Your hard work will be rewarded with an indulgent visit to Iceland’s famous Blue Lagoon.
Kilimanjaro Summit Climb – Lemosho Route
This Kilimanjaro trek begins in the lush rainforests of the Lemosho Glades, climbing towards the Shira Plateau. From here it follows the Southern Flank, Barranco Wall and Barafu Route. Our groups have excellent success rates (96%) for reaching the summit, yet Kilimanjaro – with its 1,000m ascent and 2,000m descent – must not be underestimated.
Kilimanjaro Summit Climb – Rongai Route
At 5,895m, Mt. Kilimanjaro is one of the largest volcanoes to break through the Earth’s crust. This challenge follows the beautiful Rongai route, ascending through a variety of farmland and forest. Our groups have excellent summit success rates, but it is important not to underestimate the enormity of this high altitude challenge.
Kyrgyzstan’s history is rich and varied preserved by its own geography. It is landlocked, sharing its border with 4 countries. Relatively unexplored but proving to be a great trekking destination. The 5 day self supported trek will you see explore the natural beauty of the Issyk Kul region; mountain passes and lush green valleys with incredible vistas and camp in steep sided gorges.
Lombok Lava Trek
As far as mountain adventures go, this is up there with the best but do not underestimate the toughness of this challenge. Once you’ve reached the summit the magnificent views of the crater lake will make that gruelling climb worth every moment!
Maasai Bush Trek
Led by Maasai guides, we begin from the bottom of Mt. Longido (2,590m), trekking across the floor of the Great Rift Valley to the foothills of the Crater Highlands. Expect to be captivated by the beauty of this incredible region, otherwise known as “the Cradle of Mankind”.
Madagascar Trek with Ash Dykes
Joining renowned adventurer, Ash Dykes – the first man to ever walk the length of this incredible country. This challenge takes you deep into the heart of one of the world’s most unique and untouched wildernesses trekking through an amazing landscape of mountains and massifs.
North Pole Challenge
Add your name to the short list of adventurers who have journeyed to the top of the world. This challenge is definitely not for the faint-hearted as the route crosses the polar ice cap. The group will face an ever-changing variety of obstacles, while skiing and sledging through this stunning, but dangerous, setting.
Oman Mountain Trek
Just two hours drive from Dubai this incredible and unique trek takes place amongst the ‘fjords of Arabia’. Taking boats to old fishing villages we will then trek through wadis, canyons, mountains and dramatic coastline visiting remote villages before camping in the desert with campfires under a night sky strewn with stars.
Sahara Desert Trek
Uncover life in the fascinating Sahara Desert in this this five-day trek, covering 100km. This challenge goes beyond the Jebel Saghro region, a forbidding landscape punctuated by peaks, gorges and oases. It is the land of the Ait Atta tribe, who migrate here from the High Atlas Mountains in winter.
Simien Mountain Trek
The Simien Mountains rise to their highest point at Ras Dejen (4,620m) in Ethiopia. Our route leads into lowland valleys and high escarpments, dotted with Amhara villages. The itinerary includes time in historic Gondar and the capital Addis Ababa, offering many encounters with Ethiopia’s ancient culture.
Stok Kangri Summit Trek
Summit India’s magnificent Stok Kangri at 6,114m. The adventure begins at Leh with plenty of time to acclimatise. This stark region of high passes and mountains is softened by the charm of Ladakhi villages and their inhabitants. Stok Kangri is challenging and may involve crampons, ice axes and ropes.
Sumatra Jungle Challenge
Gunung Leuser National Park is one of the few places you can still see Sumatran orangutans in the wild. Throughout this tough trek you will learn to spot an array of plants and wildlife and hone rainforest skills.
Trek Burma (Myanmar)
Arguably South East Asia’s best kept secret, Myanmar is a blend of unique culture, regal history, jaw-dropping views and a temple-lined landscape. This challenge ventures to Inle Lake through the Shan Hills. Here we trek for five days through mountainous tribal villages and staying in Buddhist monasteries along the way.
Tackle some of nature’s most wild and rugged terrain on this spectacular Trek Patagonia. Cross ice-cold glaciers, treasure the turquoise beauty of Laguna Torres, and trek up and around the exquisite mountains on this demanding but rewarding challenge. This expedition is filled with dramatic panoramas and is the perfect trip for those with a great sense of adventure.
Trek to Machu Picchu
This great alternative to the busy Inca Trail is well off the beaten track and offers trekkers a unique view of the diverse surroundings and traditional Peruvian cultures. Wander through the clouds to discover the lost city of Machu Picchu and visit the wonderful hot springs at Baños Del Inca.
This unusual experience crosses the Transylvanian Alps, taking in huge mountains, rugged wilderness and small villages. We also visit King’s Rock National Park, home to the Carpathian Large Carnivore Project which shelters wolves, lynx and bears. Meanwhile no trip to Transylvania would be complete without a stop at Dracula’s castle.
Vietnam Trek – Sapa Hill Tribe
The challenge begins in Vietnam’s capital city Hanoi. We head north on the overnight train to Lao Cai. Venturing into the hills, our challenge takes us along scenic trails and off the beaten path, through remote hill tribe villages.
Winter Toubkal Trek
Morocco is home to the High Atlas mountain range, including Jebel Toubkal, North Africa’s tallest peak. Beginning in Marrakech, this demanding trip ventures into Berber country to discover the majesty of the mountains and spectacular views. Celebrate your achievement in Marrakech, in between exploring the sights and souks.