Dream of trekking Mount Everest, cycling from Vietnam to Cambodia or walking the iconic Great Wall of China?
If the answer is yes, one of our adventure challenges could be for you!
In partnership with Huma Charity Challenge, we're offering a selection of some of the greatest challenges available. Customise your challenge by choosing your destination and adventure style to create your ultimate experience.
Have a look at what's on offer!
Everest Trek, Nepal
We invite you to take up the challenge to trek to Everest Base Camp. This is the traditional trek to view Everest, following the historic trail; it will appeal to those who wish to retrace the steps of history to the base of Everest in the aid of Bandaged Bear.
The crew maintains high levels of hygiene and excellent catering standards when staying in specially selected Sherpa camps. The first-aid trained local Nepali guides ensure all you need to worry about is taking on the challenge of the trek!
Kakadu National Park, Australia
The Classic Larapinta Trek is one of the seven Great Walks of Australia and is one of the top 10 walks in the world on many trekking writer's lists. We follow an itinerary that will appeal to the active walker prepared to cover between six to 16 kilometres a day, with plenty of side options to the best spots in the area.
A support vehicle transfers walkers between trailheads, allowing us to select walks that are the perfect balance of spectacular scenery and distance covered.
Vietnam to Cambodia Cycle Challenge
This cycling adventure combines cycling through untouched villages from Ho Chi Minh City to the famed temple complex of Angkor Wat.
The journey begins in the fast paced city of Ho Chi Minh City, from where we cross into the lush green countryside and fertile rice fields where the locals will amaze us with their warmth and hospitality.
Mount Kilimanjaro Climb, Tanzania
The sight of the permanent snow capped peak of Mt Kilimanjaro (5895m) on the Mount Kilimanjaro Climb provides a constant source of inspiration when viewed from the vast plains.
This route retains a sense of unspoilt wilderness and offers a different perspective on Kilimanjaro by approaching it from the north. From the alluring summit of Uhuru Peak, there’s an incredible 360-degree view of the surrounding plains.
Annapurna Trek, Nepal
This remote Annapurna trek offers the opportunity to escape Nepal’s tourist trails, to venture into the thick forests and roam the high alpine pastures to the base of the sacred, fluted peak of Machapuchare.
The emphasis of this trek is on forest and wilderness zones, combined with a sense of exploration.
China's Great Wall
This Great Wall of China trek takes in the remote sections of the Great Wall in Hebei province. Camp, explore and trek between small villages after exploring the iconic sights of Beijing.
Hosted by local families, you'll camp in comfort in exclusive locations and explore the Great Wall.
Visit the Forbidden City, Tiananmen Square and the lakeside Summer Palace, while indulging in Chinese culinary delights.
Macha Picchu, Peru
This classic trek along the historic Inca Trail is a great introduction to trekking in the Andes. During the walk, you’ll experience a complete range of environs all in four days, and the exhilaration of the first sight Machu Picchu will stay with you a lifetime.
There's time to explore the Cusco we know so well, delving into a selection of Spanish taverns, cathedrals and colourful Quechua Indian markets.
Marrakesh Marathon, Morocco
Run the half or full Morocco Marathon and really test yourself.
The magical town of Marrakesh offers an exceptional setting, a very mild climate in January and a beautiful circuit considered as one of the fastest in the world.
Afterwards, explore Morocco's imperial cities and the rich cultural traditions of music, dance and arts. Walk through the colourful markets and renowned medieval medina of Fes, in the foothills of the Atlas Mountains.