Choose from one of the following adventures

Cambodia

This 2-week expedition is a perfect way to experience the best of Cambodia. We begin in Phnom Penh and explore some of the historical monuments before moving to the western mountains and settling into our homestay in the village of Chi Pat. From here we immerse ourselves in nature for 3 full days, trekking along recently opened tracks through a wilderness that is renowned for its biodiversity. After this, we travel to Battambang, in the north, to work on a sustainable community project for 4 days. Finally, we make our way to Siem Reap to spend our last day admiring the 7th Wonder of the World, Angkor Wat.

Dates

4 – 15 February 2019
13 – 24 January 2020

Costa Rica

This expedition immerses you in Costa Rica’s most biodiverse region, the Osa Peninsula. We spend our first 3 days walking in the trails of the Corcovado National Park. Having gained a first-hand experience of the unique flora and fauna of the region, we spend another 3 full days working on a nature conservation project, also located within the tropical rainforest. Finally, now fully acclimatised to the local conditions, we complete a 2-day hike to the highest point in Costa Rica, Cerro Chirripó, (3820m) for the highlight of the expedition and sea-to-sea views spanning the entire breadth of the country. 

Dates 

25 March – 5 April 2019
16 – 27 March 2020 

Nepal – Langtang Valley

The expedition begins in Kathmandu where you will have a day to explore the streets and sights of the city. From here we’ll travel to the village of Syabrubesi and begin our trek to the Langtang village, the site of our community project. Our visit contributes to the recovery of the local community and their economy after the 2015 earthquake. Following this, we spend a few days exploring the spectacular Himalayan environment before walking back down the valley. A rest day in Kathmandu marks the end of this very satisfying adventure.

Dates

6 – 17 May 2019
7 – 18 October 2019
4 – 15 May 2020

Tanzania

After a night in Moshe, recovering from the flight, three full days are spent working with a local school, creating a small kitchen garden that will provide each child with enough food for 1 meal a day. Following this, we climb Tanzania’s second highest peak, Mt Meru (4566m). Finally, we have two days of rest and relaxation in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, one of the most wildlife-rich parts of Africa. The trip ends in Arusha.

Dates

8 – 19 July 2019
6 – 17 July 2020