What we're about

A really warm welcome to all our travel buddies!
We are a small travel company who specialise in group travel adventures whether they are at home or away because we believe experiences are better shared.

We organise trip to far flung destinations as well as trips closer to home. We have some amazing experiences that are shared with your new found friends.

So if it's adventure you crave or culture or you just want to be pampered, maybe you love photography or painting and want to travel with like minded friends than join us.

We have trips for all budgets and interests from yoga retreats to cycling the world. We look forward to see you and travelling together to explore our beautiful planet and making wonderful memories.

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Rhino and Elephant Conservation Project - Zimbabwe

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This unique wildlife conservation programme combines rhino and elephant conservation work with community empowerment and education projects, conservancy management and wildlife research. The project is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to play an important role in the daily activities involved in the operation of a rhino conservancy, and become part of a dedicated, passionate conservation family. The conservancy is dedicated to the welfare of all wildlife, with a particular focus on the protection and breeding of white rhino, and the critically endangered black rhino.

The Conservation Programme focuses on an integrated approach to endangered species protection. Volunteers work closely alongside local employees and community members, and play a key role in safeguarding the resident elephant and rhino. The trip also includes two nights at Victoria Falls.

Volunteers will usually get involved in some or all of the following activities:

Collect observational data on rhino and elephant behaviour, health, movements, interactions and browsing activities
Feed and walk alongside the rhinos and elephants while you gather data
Learn from experienced handlers about the challenges these animals face to survive
Repair elephant damage
Cut browse for night time feeds
Learn to use telemetry and identify rhino tracks and signs in the bush
Maintenance of rhino and elephant beds.
Provide additional manpower for foot patrols and snare sweeps
Securing, repairing and checking the boundary fences
Conduct weapons training and anti-poaching simulations
Communicate anti-poaching messages to school children
Deliver feed and nutritional supplements around the conservancy, focusing on sable, giraffe, lion, elephants and buffalo
Undertake game counts and herd studies on foot, by vehicle and on horseback
Carry out indigenous tree planting, and invasive and alien species removal


Bedrooms are shared (same sex sharing), sleeping in comfortable single beds. Showers and toilet facilities are shared. Power sockets for electrical items are available in communal areas (UK three-pin square plugs). Your rooms and communal areas will be cleaned every day, and the housekeeping staff will also do your laundry when required. An outhouse laundry is available for washing smalls or should you wish to do an extra load of your own.


Three home cooked meals are provided each day on a self-serve basis. Vegetarian and limited vegan options are available upon request. Clean, safe drinking water is pumped from a borehole.

Be aware

There is no Wi-Fi at the project, and cellphone signal and 3G connection is only intermittently available. There is some walking and foot-based tracking on the project, plus climbing in and out of a high-sided vehicle.

Duration: 8 Days
2 dates available: 29 May 2022 - 06 June[masked] March 2022 - 28 March 2022

Includes: International Flights, accommodation and three home cooked meals a day while at the conservancy

Places available: 10 places available on each date. Reserve your spot now to avoid disappointment

What's not included: Travel Insurance, visa fees ($30 - $75 on arrival)

Full project details and itinerary will be sent out once you have reserved your place.

The total cost of the trip is £1895 per person

Contact me if you have any questions or to reserve your place by calling me on[masked] or email me at [masked]

Please note this trip will only go ahead if the Covid-19 rules allow it so the dates are subject to change

There’s no denying that Covid-19 has impacted every community worldwide.
No tourism means no money and poaching increases and vulnerable communities are pushed even further into precarious positions where simply surviving is an endless struggle.

Amazon Adventure

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The Amazon Rainforest is so full of life, embrace it for yourself during a week unlike any other. From Quito, you’ll travel to your new home in the jungle and meet the Quichua family who will host you in their village for the next four nights. Discover waterfalls on jungle walks and travel to an animal rescue centre by canoe. You’ll learn about medicinal plants and walk to a jungle waterfall. Most importantly, you’ll befriend people few outsiders have the honour to even meet. After an explanation about the exfoliating, rejuvenating, and relaxing properties of the mud, experience a therapeutic mud mask applied by your Quichua host. Walk back to the homestay letting the mud work its magic.

Make your way through the jungle, learning more about the lush greenery and insects and animals that call it home. Walk to a series of waterfalls, suit up in a harness, and climb your way to the top for beautiful views.
Learn more about local traditions in a mock jungle wedding ceremony
Take in some culture and witness a shamanic healing ceremony done by a local shaman
Enjoy a blowgun demonstration and participate in a contest to show off new found skills.
Hit the rapids in the Amazon, and enjoy the thrill of a lifetime! Enjoy amazing scenery as you paddle past rainforests on this wild ride. (optional)
Travel by bus from Quito into the jungle

Enjoy a city tour of Quito. Visit the Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with stops at the Basilica del Voto Nacional, La Compañia Church, San Francisco Square, Plaza Grande and the Panecillo, a towering statue of the virgin of Quito who looks out over a stunning view of the city. Drive 25km (16 mi) north of Quito to the Middle of the World, latitude 0º. Stand with one foot in each hemisphere.

Rustic jungle lodge 4 nights, hotel 2 nights.

International travel, transfers in Ecuador, 4 breakfasts, 3 lunches and 4 dinners

Two available dates: 16 April - 22 April[masked] August - 19 August 2022

Maximum 12 people per date

Cost per person: £1597

Not included: travel insurance

Please note this trip will only go ahead if the Covid-19 rules allow it so the dates are subject to change

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Haunted Prague

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