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Active Adventure Trips & Travel

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A group of kayakers in Adie Cove, Antarctica

Active Adventures & Travel Experiences

Exotic landscapes and waterways beckon us to travel, to get outside and move right into those scenes. Opportunities to day hike, bike, kayak, and snorkel as well as other active adventures are featured in many of our itineraries, and we can craft a custom trip that is as active or relaxed as you want. Finding the right guide and outfitter for active adventures in faraway places can be a challenge without a trusted resource. Did you want a gentle stroll on a canopy walkway, but instead got a rigorous mountain hike? We understand.

Avoid the uncertainty of international miscommunications and substandard equipment. Talk with one of our expert planners, who will get to know your activity style and abilities to match you with the right balance of challenge and fun. We like to get outdoors as much as you do, have investigated the best options for all levels of experience, and can craft a trip dedicated to day hikes, a multi-sport adventure, or just one day of paddling on a touring trip.

  • Take a day hike in the green hills and thick rainforest of Laos, passing through tribal villages and learning about their traditions.
  • Snorkel, stand up paddle board, and swim with sea lions, marine iguanas, and penguins among the Galápagos Islands.
  • Ride horses through the stark Atacama Desert and raft the scenic rivers of the Lake District in Chile.
  • Hike through indigenous villages by day and savor exquisite hospitality by night in Peru.

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Our Active Experiences

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Incan ruins of Machu Picchu, Peru
Peru: Treasures of the Inca

Machu Picchu and Quechua Culture

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Mountain peak and forest in Patagonia National Park, Chile
Patagonia's Untamed Landscapes

40 Years of GeoEx | A Special Journey Benefitting Rewilding Chile

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The Punakha Dzong at the confluence of the Mo and Po Rivers, Bhutan
Bhutan Revealed

Immersive experiences and luxurious lodging

Alaska’s Glacier Country

Close-up Encounters by Small Ship

Chile's Route of Parks

Day Hikes and Adventures in Wilderness

Scotland's Islands & Highlands

Wild Landscapes & Local Flavor

Antarctica Adventures

Cruises to the White Continent

Iceland: Land of Awe

Discover the Land of Fire and Ice

Galápagos: Exploring the Enchanted Islands

Cruise Island to Island, Meeting Sensational Wildlife

Wildest Alaska

Glaciers, Mountains, and Coast with Luxury Lodges

Into Patagonia

Escape to Serrated Mountains, Glacier Fed Lakes, and Remote Wilderness

Laos Unveiled

Exploring the Treasures of the North

Hill Tribes of Northern Vietnam

Remote Villages & Dramatic Scenery

Treasures of Zambia

A Safari in One of Southern Africa's Wildest Regions

Essence of Bhutan

Exquisite Scenery, Vibrant Culture, and Sacred Festivals

Mountain Gorillas of Uganda

A Professionally Guided Wilderness and Wildlife Safari

Cambodia: The Road Less Traveled

Through the Little-Visited South to Angkor Wat

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Aerial view of Mount Cook, New Zealand
Adventuring through New Zealand

Surreal Landscapes and Splendid Explorations from North to South

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Fun Fact

The history of kayaking dates back at least 4,000 years.

Couple on a horse riding safari in the Chyulu Hills
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