Rebuild Nepal Sahara Toubkal trek Jurassic Coast Kilimanjaro Camino de Santiago Nepal challenge Burma cycle challenge Borneo Cuba Kerala Everest China Machu Picchu

Do Something Different - Make a Difference

As a Responsible Tourism company, we really care that our challenges are ethical, sustainable and responsible. From keeping our paper usage to a minimum to selecting accommodation that is locally owned and encouraging clients to be mindful of garbage management (amongst many other things) you can rest assured that your trip will make a positive impact.

We believe that our charity challenge events offer people a real opportunity to experience, learn and contribute in ways which traditional holidays may not. Our challenges not only make a difference to the communities we visit through our responsible tourism ethos, but also to the people who travel with us who get more out of their trip because they have the opportunity to give something back.

Our expeditions include the classics such as the Everest Base Camp trek and hiking in the Sahara and also some unusual adventures such as the Southern India Kerala Trek & Hospice Project or taking on a coast to coast trek in Cuba.

We also organise bespoke charity challenge trips and private group tours anywhere in the world. From China to Peru, Morocco to Bhutan and everything in between; get in touch and we will create an itinerary that suits your needs.

Adventure Holidays Charity Challenges

Many of our trips offer the opportunity to get involved with assisting on sustainable community or environmental-based projects worldwide, thus helping communities at home and abroad. We are an ATOL registered tour operator (ATOL 6706) you can rest assured that when you book with us, you're protected.

Featured Trips
Kerala Trek

Southern India Kerala Trek & Hospice Project

Trek through lush tea estates, help refurbish a hospice in Trivandrum, enjoy stunning views of the Western Ghats.

Rebuild Nepal

Rebuild Nepal

Help us help Nepal by building houses in Kathmandu for those who lose their homes in the 2015 earthquake.