With the 'Big 5' plus mountain gorilla's and unmatchable bird life, Uganda truly is, as Winston Churchill once said, 'the pearl of Africa'. Join us a on a wildlife expedition with a conservation focus:
Join our incredible expedition to a remote and forgotten part of Central Africa and trek in the Mountains of the Moon, Africa's highest mountain range.
Classified as one of the few 'Mega Diverse' counties on earth, Ecuador truly is a land of 4 worlds. Journey through the high Andes, the Amazon rainforest, coastal lowlands and the spectacular Galapagos. Discover incredible wildlife, remote indigenous tribes, spectacular scenery and beautiful ancient cities.
Everest Base Camp Trek is the one trip that most people who have that special love for the mountains would want to do. This once in a life time opportunity will get you up close to one of earths greatest spectacles leaving you humbled by it raw beauty and the warmth of the Sherpas who call this region home.
Everest Base Camp Trek trip begins the moment your twin otter plane hits the tarmac at one of the highest airports in the world, Hillary’s Lukla airport, constructed through a trust set up by the famous legendary climber Sir Edmund Hillary.
This once in a life time opportunity will get you up close to one of earths greatest spectacles leaving you humbled by it raw beauty and the warmth of the Sherpas who call this region home
Our path climbs through the well known villages of bustling Namche and vibrant Khumjung as well as serene Thyangboche monastery that replicates the renowned Sherpa culture in these parts of the Himalayas. We include ascents to the high and wild Kalapathar at (5545m) from where our guides will show you the epic climbing routes that experienced climbers take to the summit.
A Himalayan outing through epic high altitude mountain landscapes into wilderness trails that are gentle and welcoming; taking you right into the heart of the Annapurna’s.
As we head out from the pretty ‘city of lakes’’ - Pokhara through charming terraced villages brimming with life, we trek for several days to go between Machhapuchare and Hiunchuli. It is these gigantic peaks that seem to stand as nature’s guards to the gateway of the shimmering glacial valley that’s home to the Annapurna Sanctuary, named so because of its geographical wonders of tranquility, beauty and the celestial presence of the Hindu goddesses, Annapurna and Gangapurna. This is a massive ice laden cirque that forms some of the uppermost mountains in the world, including the dominating South Face of Annapurna. We spend some time hereabouts exploring, as we check out the famous Annapurna Base Camp, situated at 4,130m/13,550ft.
It is these gigantic peaks that seem to stand as nature’s guards to the gateway of the shimmering glacial valley that’s home to the Annapurna Sanctuary, named so because of its geographical wonders of tranquility
This inspiring amphitheatre of the Annapurna Sanctuary attracts hordes of trekkers each year, who never seem to tire of the Thespian Mountains and glaciers, including Annapurna I (8,091m), one of the world's highest peaks.
The Tamur River and its tributaries drain the snows of Kanchenjunga, the third highest peak in the world. The valley itself is awe-inspiringly beautiful and unspoiled with relatively few villages and little agriculture. Its slopes are well wooded, there are beautiful white beaches for camping and plentiful wildlife to be seen.
The valley itself is awe-inspiringly beautiful and unspoiled with relatively few villages and little agriculture
This river is a gem in terms of the number of rapids, the amazing scenery, and its wildlife.
Big rapids, warm water, beautiful scenery and great camping make this one of the best rafting trips in the world. The Sun Koshi river rises near Tibet and flows eastward through Nepal to join the Ganges in India. It forms the watershed for most of eastern Nepal, gathering strength from tributaries draining the highest mountains in the World.
For the vast majority of the river there are no roads or towns, just the occasional picturesque village and friendly shouts of ‘Namaste’ from the bank. All along the river are beautiful, large white sandy beaches for camping, and the lower section is heavily forested with troops of monkeys and an abundance of birdlife.
Big rapids, warm water, beautiful scenery and great camping make this one of the best rafting trips in the world.
The first few days are fairly easy and offering a gentle warm up with the ride getting progressively bouncier and exhilarating as the rapids grow in size. This classic river is truly breath taking in size, giving you real perspective of your place on earth.