Charities

Change the world one adventure at a time! Why not let us help you develop your perfect charity challenge and raise much needed funds for a worthy cause. Our experienced team can design your challenge to the appropriate level for your group. Make a difference, push yourself and see the world!

Mongolia Steppe Adventures

Designed for Gulf4Good

A 9-day biking, riding and trekking adventure across the Mongolian Steppes developed for a charity organization Gulf4Good. They organize adventure challenges to raise sponsorship to support children's charities worldwide. 28 participated in the challenge.

The Route

The special multi-activity exploration covered 218 km across a variety of terrain with breathtaking scenery. Highlights of the tour included cycling on dirt trails used by wild animals and the local herdsmen, then hiking through dense pine forest to conquer the majestic 2656m high Altan Olgi Mountain and finally horse riding through gorges alongside gushing rivers. The group slept in a tented camp by crystal clear lakes and learnt some of the Mongolian traditions that have been passed down the centuries. They sampled horse milk and cheese, and had a night in a “ger”, a traditional felt-covered tent.

Udon Thani to Chiang Mai

Designed for Tour of Hope

An 8-day road ride charity challenge from Udon Thani to Chiang Mai. This tour was created for a group of 39 cyclists who wanted to combine their passion for cycling with doing good. In 2014 funds raised built a library at Baan Mae Taman school, northern Thailand.

The Route

They started at Phon Ngan Temple, just outside of Udon Thani, and headed north-west and up country to the adventure capital of Thailand – Chiang Mai. Highlights of the trip included cycling across undulating hills along the Mekong River, through Phu Nin Rong National Park where for almost 15 years was the stronghold of Thailand's communist uprising. Besides local herdsmen with their cattle, the group shared their route with the park's elephants and enjoyed a real sense of achievement on reaching the top of some of the more challenging hills.