This camping, trekking and jeep expedition will take you through mountains, up sand dunes, into caves, and across otherworldly forests of Dragon's Blood and Bottle Trees in one of the world's most unique ecological locations: Socotra.
This expedition takes us through the wild side of Oman— trekking deep into the Empty Quarter on the Saudi border to the lush Dhofar in the southwest to hike, camp, and off-road across this unique corner of Arabia.
This unique expedition is sponsored by the Government of Sabah to highlight ecological responsibility and community based activities. We venture from the depths of the sea to the last remaining jungles in Malaysian Borneo to dive, homestay with local Sama Bajau, work with schools on ecological education, and trek the rainforests.
There’s off-the-beaten-path, and then there’s this expedition. We head deep into Sumatra’s Gunung Leuser National Park, travelling into the rainforest by foot and raft, in order to reach a land where few humans have set foot before-- the last home of the critically endangered Sumatran rhino, tiger, elephant and orangutan.
We travel to remote Rurutu Island in French Polynesia to swim with humpback whales in the pristine waters of the South Pacific. Rurutu is surrounded by a fringing reef, attracting many nursing whales during the annual humpback migration from Antarctica. While on the island, we stay with a traditional Rurutuan family and share meals with them.