Combining the best of European culture with African conditions, the Portuguese island of Madeira offers a balmy climate year-round with forests, rugged mountains, plus vast stretches of coastline, seascapes and mouth-watering cuisine. Madeira’s warm clear waters has excellent diving opportunities, together with dolphin and whale spotting, sailing and bodyboarding. Inland, you can try canyoning through mountainous watercourse and the rugged rocky terrain is perfect for mountain biking and 4×4 adventures.
Dunes & Desert
Experience the souks in the walled city of Marrakech then venture out towards the Atlas Mountains and stay in a luxury desert camp. Wild desert and palm groves in the countryside surrounding Marrakech form an entirely different perspective. Drive dune buggies over the Saharan dunes, travel to world’s end on quad bike tracks, cycle down the slopes of the Atlas Mountains or perhaps ride a camel through hidden palm groves. Enjoy the view from up high in a hot air balloon or sleep under the stars in a nomadic oasis. Magical!
Test your tenacity and adventure with us to the 4,810-metre summit of Western Europe’s highest peak. Mont Blanc is not to be underestimated; it will be challenging whatever your physical fitness, but the massif has beckoned to mountaineers for centuries and rewards all who scale her with a magnificent variety of ecosystems, idyllic alpine scenery, microclimates, and some of the continent’s most awe-inspiring, panoramic views. Bucket list tick!
Learn the basics of mountaineering and have the chance to summit L’ Aiguille du Tour in the Mont Blanc range, with an IFMGA-certified guide. This 2-day tour walking on glacier is a fantastic team building experience, as it teaches you how to walk roped, hike on a glacier with crampons and how to use an ice axe. Discover all the basic techniques you will need in order to spend time at high altitude.
Inca Trail & The Lost City
Trek the iconic Inca Trail across 4-5 days and be awed by a civilisation that ruled as the backbone of the Andes for nearly a century. To reach the lost city of Machu Picchu, you wind your way through dramatic scenery. Pass the Urubamba River, through cloud forests and mountain passes, to the Sacred Valley and ruins of Ollantaytambo. We ensure guests are as comfortable as possible with selected Peruvian porters, guides and chefs along the way!
The snow-capped peak of Mount Kilimanjaro, at 5,896 metres is the highest free-standing mountain in the world, towering over the plains of Kenya and Tanzania and entices thousands of fearless adventurers each year. This is a challenge of a lifetime, but being a non-technical climb, it is open to most people of reasonable fitness and a brilliant team building experience. The scenic journey takes you through lush rainforest, alpine meadows, towards a winter wonderland of snow, witnessing breath-taking vistas from the highest point of Africa!