TRAVEL IS SO MUCH MORE THAN A CHECKLIST OF DESTINATIONS. IT’S A VEHICLE TO EXPLORE NEW PLACES AND IDEAS. EACH TREK IS AN OPPORTUNITY TO GENUINELY CONNECT WITH OTHERS, BE PRESENT, AND GROW. JOIN WITH AN OPEN MIND READY TO EMBRACE THE ENTIRETY OF THE EXPERIENCE; LEAN INTO WHAT IS UNCOMFORTABLE AND LIVE WITH WHAT IS UNCERTAIN.
Each year, hundreds of humpback whales make their way to the warm shallows of South Pacific to breed and raise their young. Join us on a once in a lifetime underwater adventure to document and swim with them.
PERU | BOLIVIA | CHILE
Explore the cultural and ecological diversity of the Andes: hike in the mountains, live with local families, wander Machu Picchu, and off-road through otherworldly scenery of the Uyuni Salt Flat and Atacama Desert.
AN OFF ROAD ADVENTURE
Sept 6-15, 2018
Start: Cuzco, Peru
End: San Pedro de Atacama, Chile
4 SPOTS REMAINING
EGYPT | JORDAN
We retrace the footsteps of Bedouin nomads from the banks of the dead sea, through Jordan's citadels, and across the ancient and modern wonders of Cairo, all the way down to the Valley of the Kings in Upper Egypt.
CHILE | ARGENTINA
This trek takes us to the jagged rocky mountains, calving glaciers, azure lakes, and penguin inhabited islands of southern Patagonia to hike, live amongst nature, and experience true Baqueano culture.
A HIKING ADVENTURE
November 14 - 25, 2018
Start: Punta Arenas, Chile
End: El Calafate, Argentina
Price: Coming soon
The Arctic's annual herring spawning run brings thousands of orcas and whales to the Lofoten Islands to feats off the millions of fish. Get your dry suites on, we going to swim with them and witness this natural spectacle first hand.
“This experience was so real and authentic. It was more than just being immersed in the wonderful traditions and culture of the Peruvian and Bolivian people, it was also about building connections with other people, growth and somehow, through the endless group conversations and funny discussions, I felt more aware of myself and my journey.”
“I met sixteen strangers on my first day in Peru, and over the course of the next eleven days, through all the experiences, the stories, the eating, drinking, hiking, traveling, laughing and crying, I came to consider them all my family. I am truly fortunate to have met every person on that trip. This was one experience I will never forget.”