What we're about

We're climbing and hiking experts. We're in love with the great outdoors. Our founder has climbed the highest mountain on every continent, skied to both poles and made first ascents in Antarctica. Together we've been to over 80 countries worldwide. We love nothing more than sharing these experiences and help inspire people to adventure differently and responsibly.

We regularly organize non-traditional adventures (climbing, hiking, multi-adventure) to some of the world's wildest destinations. Since our creation in May of 2009, we've had the privilege to organize more than 100 journeys for hundreds of travelers across the region.

We're very hands on in the preparation process, from info on how to pack for your next adventure, to how to travel responsibly and everything in-between.

Please feel free to get in touch with us and we'd love to see you on our journey! :)

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Mount Kilimanjaro - Machame Route (With Omar Samra)

Mount Kilimanjaro

This is the perfect trip for your first mountain experience, providing you with valuable outdoor experience and a stepping stone to even bigger challenges. Our local guides and journey staff are of the highest caliber and will help you make Kilimanjaro an achievement of a lifetime. Get ready to enjoy picturesque views from Africa’s rooftop. Day 1: We’re getting picked up from the airport and taken to the Arusha Hotel (1,254 m). Once we’ve had a chance to settle in, the guides will arrange a final briefing and gear check to make sure that we are all ready. Overnight in Hotel in Arusha. Day 2 (B,L,D): After breakfast, head to Machame gate our starting point. Today's hike is through verdant Afroae forest to Machame Camp, and en route we will stop and have a picnic lunch. We’ll be spending the night at Machame Camp (2, 980 m). Day 3 (B,L,D): From Machame Camp we’ll take on a relatively steep hike to Shira Camp, gaining altitude rather quickly. We’ll be stopping for a picnic lunch along the trail today if weather and time permit. overnight at at Shira Camp (3,840 m). Day 4 (B,L,D): Today is a ‘walk high, sleep low’ day. We ascend into alpine desert and have a picnic lunch en route. For those feeling an extra burst of strength, you can even head up to Lava Tower before descending to Barranco Camp at 3,950 m. Overnight at Barranco Camp (3,950 m). Day 5 (B,L,D): From Barranco Camp, we ascend the Barranco Wall and hike glacial valleys to Karanga Camp. Today is a relatively short day– we’ll be having lunch at Karanga Camp and, in the afternoon, taking a walk with our guides for great views of the southern walls of Kibo and deep glacial valleys. Overnight at Karanaga Camp (3,930 m). Day 6 (B,L,D): Today is another half-day as we ascend to Barafu Camp at 4,550 m. We’ll be having lunch at the camp again, allowing us plenty of time to relax before the summit bid. We’ll eat a relatively early dinner before heading to rest for the evening and spending the night at Barafu Camp (4,550 m). Day 7 (B,L,D): Most people depart just before midnight for the final summit bid. Patience and persistence is the name of game to reach the summit, and by dawn – as the first rays of light start to appear – most arrive near the rim. Ascending via Stella Point affords a relatively short final section to Uhuru peak, the roof of Africa, at 5,895 m! What goes up must come down, and our goal today is to reach Mweka Camp. We’ll be spending the night at Mweka Camp (3,100 m). Day 8 (B,L): After breakfast, we descend once again through montane forest and say farewell to the rest of the crew ahead of our midday pickup and transfer back to the hotel for a well-deserved shower. We will have the rest of the day free to celebrate as we wish. Day 9 (B): Depending on the time of your flight, you will be picked up from the hotel and driven to the airport for your flight back home. Price Per Person: $3,100 Includes: - Meals as mentioned in the itinerary (Breakfast = B, Lunch = L, Dinner = D) - All transport to and from destination (Non A/C Car) - All accommodation (1 night at hotel at the start & day-use on the last day) - An average ratio of 3:1 porters to client - Customized menus to cater for personal dietary requirements - Experienced guides with over 100 summits & Wilderness First Responder Qualification - Thick foam pad for sleeping Excludes: - International flight - Visa Fee - Excess baggage & Airport Taxes - Single Supplement fee - Personal & Travel insurance - Vaccinations (We send a detailed list) - Bottled Beverages (Plenty of boiled and filtered water is available) - Gear rental available at additional cost (Let us know if you would need any) - Tips and Gratuity

Past events (41)

Mount Elbrus with Omar Samra

Mount Elbrus

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