Trekking

Jan 1, 2020• by Thecoupleinrow51

The great walk of China: camping on the great wall of China

Five years ago (where does the time go?) I did an amazing two-day hike on the Great Wall of China and camped in one the ancient guard towers. I was inexperienced, unfit and unprepared. But I...

Nov 24, 2019• by Luis Herrera

Las Terrazas is a small Eden in the heart of Sierra del Rosario

Las Terrazas Complex - nestled in the heart of Sierra del Rosario Biosphere Reserve has a total extension of 250.70 km2 of mountains and lush nature - it's a lively rural experience of sustainable...

Nov 7, 2019• by Amanda wild

Trek in Nepal: the Mustang area

The Mustang is a small Tibetan enclave in the Nepalese territory which is nothing like the rest of the country. Here everything is barren but the river which crossed this Nepalese region from...

Sep 12, 2019• by diariodibordoonline

Santiago de Compostela's Walk

The path of Santiago de Compostela needs no introduction as in recent years it has become well known both nationally and internationally. As you know consists of a path that pilgrims traveled on...

by Bruce

5 Day Tuk Tuk Adventure in Northern Thailand (Mar - Oct)

A unique and exciting opportunity to drive your very own Tuk Tuk through the mountains of Northern Thailand. Including trekking, meeting elephants, bamboo rafting and fantastic accommodation throughout.

by Bruce

11 Day Tuk Tuk Adventure in Northern Thailand (Nov - Dec)

Ever wanted to drive your own Tuk Tuk? Want to join the very exclusive Tuk Tuk Club and get back to the days when travel was a real ‘adventure’? Then join us on this awesome 11 day experience of the best of Northern Thailand including the most amazing villages and scenery, jungle trekking, bamboo rafting and of course driving your own Tuk Tuk!

5-Days Marangu Route

Marangu Route is the most popular route known as the ‘coca-cola route’, Due to their uniqueness is the oldest and one of the most preferable routes. Many agree that, this is the easiest and shortest route to Kilimanjaro summit point, given its gradual slope.

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