Vietnam, Sapa Valley
The stunning Sapa Valley is located in the Lao Cai Province of northwest Vietnam. The region is home to many ethnic hill tribes, colourful market towns and sloping agricultural lands.
As well as seeing some beautiful scenery, the Sapa Valley is a really awesome chance to experience the local culture, staying in homestays along the way.
Borneo, Crocker Range
From Kota Kinabalu to Tamparuli, the mountainous barrier of the Crocker Range dominates the skyline. Trekking here gets you well off the beaten track, heading through forests, over hilly terrain and crossing rivers. Each day ends with cooking meals on open fires and falling asleep in your very own hammock in the jungle!
Zambia, Lunsemfwa Gorge
Lunsemfwa Gorge is a trekker’s paradise. Following the meanders of the river, you get to trek along the rugged river bank at the bottom of the gorge, camping wild each night. The area around the gorge is fascinating to explore and there is also the possibility to explore further by canoe!
Follow in the steps of the Incas! From Cusco, this trek passes through valleys, Amazonian cloud forest and reaches a high point of 4,650m where you can add your stone to a pile offered as gifts to the mountain spirits as thanks for protecting you. And what could be better than ending up at the perfect spot for visiting Machu Picchu?
India, Rantham Pass
A beautiful trek in northern Kumaon with magnificent views of Panch Chuli (6904m) and Nanda Devi (7816m) Peaks. The trail is through thick forests interspersed with Himalayan streams, before climbing above the tree line to the high point of Rantham Pass. The scenery doesn’t get much better than this!