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Epic 2017 End of Year Update
Dec 20 2017
Another momentous year…not sure where it has gone! This year was a first for Epic - we ran adventures to all seven continents (yes, we even ran a climb of Mont Blanc!).

For me personally the year started in Patagonia and Antarctica with a trek in Patagonia followed by our fly-in, fly-out Antarctica cruise. I then rolled onto Everest Base Camp in April and then to New Guinea and the Kokoda Track in June. July, August and September featured a number of safaris in Africa. One of these was our inaugural trek and paddle in Botswana’s Okavango Delta. Interspersed with these trips I visited the US, Italy, the UK and Morocco. [Read More]
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OUR GUIDES AND TRAVELLERS REPORT FROM AROUND THE GLOBE
2017 Epic midyear update
Read about the first 6 months of epic journeys across multiple continents; Asia, Africa, Australia, North America, South America and Antarctica.
Epic Flores – dragons, diving & trekking in Indonesia
Indonesia, a very close neighbour to Australia, is made up of 17,000 islands brimming with unique cultures and magnificent scenery, yet most people only know about Bali. Pedro recently experienced the Komodo Islands and Flores, gateway to Komodo National Park. Read about this amazing, relatively undiscovered destination in eastern Indonesia, home to deserted beaches, komodo dragons and world-class diving...
Epic Journeys - Newsletter Update 2017
A update on some of Epic's journeys from the past 6 months and into 2017. Featuring a word from Brad and the latest from our guides in the field - from Australia, Indonesia, Africa, North and South America and India, Bhutan and Nepal.
The Undiscovered Island of Flores
Flores in Indonesia is one of the original Spice Islands with a long tribal and colonial history. Pedro tells us about this amazing island with its spectacular landscapes, trekking and unforgettable culture.
Flores
Flores – the Island of Flowers – in Indonesia is one of the friendliest places on the planet! The distant sound of "hello mister" accompanies you wherever you go on the island. Situated to the east of Bali, with a population of 1.8 million it is home to the famous Komodo Dragons. The simple subsistence lifestyle allows life to crawl by at a very relaxed pace. We started our Flores adventure in Labuan Bajo on the western side of the island. It felt like we had landed, not only in paradise, but on the set of a "Pirates of the Caribbean" ...
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