At 19,340ft, Mt. Kilimanjaro is one of the largest volcanoes ever to break through the Earth's crust. Your challenge is to reach its summit. The Rongai route starts just south of the Kenya-Tanzania border and has been mostly unused for many years. Now open for climbing once again, experienced guides consider this ascent route to be both more managable and more beautiful than the main Marangu trail. Temperatures drop at night, allowing you to enjoy the crisp cool air under the star-studded African skies. During the days you'll rise higher; often looking down on a sea of clouds.
Machu Picchu, Peru
After a day spent exploring the ancient Inca capital of Cusco and a spectacular train journey to the majestic Machu Picchu ruins, your cycling challenge will begin with a beautiful acclimatization from the impressive ruins of Ollantaytambo along the length of the Sacred Valley of the Incas to the artisan market of Pisac. the last pass before the Andes begins its descent into the Amazon rainforest. Following a spectacular sunrise over the Amazon, you will have the thrill of a 4,593ft dirt-road descent, crossing multiple ecosystems until you reach the pristine cloud forest and set up camp.
Great Wall of China, China
The Great Wall of China was originally constructed to keep out nomadic tribes who raided China's Northern frontier. Your trekking challenge starts in Badaling where you will walk with a vigorous trek along an unrenovated section of the wall that weaves its way along the mountains. Each day you will trek along the stony, steep and sometimes slippery path, some sections are renovated and others not - twisting and winding its way along the mountains, interspersed with crumbling watchtowers.
Sahara Desert, Morocco
Uncover the epic views and fascinating communities of the Sahara Desert, which lie hidden from the curious gaze of Moroccan tourism. Your challenge takes you beyond the Jebel Saghro region, a forbidding landscape punctuated by stark peaks, formidable gorges and bright oases. Situated south of the Atlas and Dades Gorge, the region was originally volcanic and the last defence before the Sahara. Arriving in Morocco, you will be transferred by road to the start of your trek. You'll spend your first day crossing the Maider El Kbir plateau, passing rose dunes en route.
Mt. Rinjani, Indonesia
Indonesia’s most beautiful sites and exhilarating treks. The stunning crater lake at the centre of the volcano is just one of the sacred locations frequented by the islanders. Named Segara Anak, or “Child of the Sea”, the sight of the lake will signify a beautiful and ethereal end to your climb.Throughout your stay in Lombok, you will enjoy an unforgettable landscape, blessed with exquisite white-sand beaches, lush forested interior. The views during your trek are breathtaking, as they encompass a mixture of natural colours from the forest to the turquoise bays surrounding the Island.