Sustainable Adventure Travel

We believe in the universal standards put forth by the Global Sustainable Tourism Council, and that tourism businesses and destinations should be conscious of:

  • Demonstrating effective sustainable management„
  • Maximizing social and economic benefits to the local community and minimizing negative impacts„
  • Maximizing benefits to cultural heritage and minimizing negative impacts
  • „Maximizing benefits to the environment and minimizing negative impacts

This collection highlights the businesses who have committed to adopting sustainable practices in their trips. By choosing to travel with them, you are helping to create a positive impact while experiencing transformational travel for yourself.

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Routeburn Track, New Zealand

LCC #5 NZ ROUTEBURN TRACK

6 days   |  26 - 31 March, 2019 
A$7,500.00
Serengeti, Tanzania

Great Serengeti Traverse - Tanzania

12 days   |  8 - 19 October, 2019 
A$15,795.00
Salleri, Nepal

Women's Himalayan Walking Retreat & Pike Peak Climb (4065m)

11 days   |  11 - 21 November, 2019 
US$2,897.00
29 going
Manali, Himachal Pradesh, India

World's Highest Motorable Road - Mountain Bike

14 days   |  12 - 25 August, 2019 
A$3,500.00
Manali, Himachal Pradesh, India

WORLD'S HIGHEST MOTORABLE ROAD - MOTORBIKE

13 days   |  3 - 15 September, 2019 
A$4,990.00
6 going
Kathmandu, Nepal

Everest Base Camp Trek - October 2019

15 days   |  7 - 21 October, 2019 
A$3,300.00
Amman, Jordan
with Sue Beard

THE BEST OF JORDAN TOUR (8 Days/7 Nights)

(8 Days/7 Nights)   |  April-October 
US$1,269.00
Moshi, Shanty Town, Kilimanjaro Region, Tanzania

Climb Kilimanjaro - The Way We Did

17 days   |  Sept/Oct 
~4000USD PP + airfare
Manyeleti Camp, Mpumalanga, South Africa

Sawabona South Africa

7 days   |  2 - 8 November, 2019 
FROM AUD6205.00 per person
Copenhagen, Denmark

Adventure Awake By Design

10-12 days   |  TBD 
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