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A Father & Son African Bush Adventure
Aug 24 2017 Written by: Rob Barbour
Rob and his 14 year old son experience a special African bush adventure together, meeting the Hadzabe people who live a traditional hunter gatherer existence at the arid Lake Eyasi in Northern Tanzania... [Read More]
From The Field
OUR GUIDES AND TRAVELLERS REPORT FROM AROUND THE GLOBE
Walking Kokoda - a family adventure
In July this year, Brad and his family journeyed to Papua New Guinea to walk the iconic Kokoda Track…
Esther Horn, 21, describes this epic experience in her own words...
Everest Base Camp
Epic recently guided a expedition to Everest Base Camp in Nepal. The trek took 10 days under blue skies in spectacular conditions. Experience this 'journey of a lifetime' through the eyes (and Facebook posts) of one of our intrepid travellers.
Lizard Island - Great Barrier Reef
Pedro recently guided U.S clients on a diving trip to Lizard Island, a gem in the Northern Section of the Great Barrier Reef. The clients have dived many of the best locations on the planet over the past 30 years and diving with the resident family of 4ft long Potato Cod at The Cod Hole on Ribbon Reef 10 was on their bucket list. It did not disappoint...

An Epic South Australian Experience
Epic’s Australia Inbound team recently discovered the best of South Australia thanks to South Australia Tourism Commission. Here are at least 3 reasons to visit this beautiful part of Australia…
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...
Hiking in Patagonia with Epic
Most people recognise Patagonia as a mysterious place deep in South America or a brand of adventure gear for serious hikers. Patagonia is a unique destination, home to a famous wilderness trek in the mountainous Torres del Paine National Park. The trek is locally known as the W trek, given to the W shaped track that interlinks the 3 Granite Towers, the French Valley, and the Grey Glacier. The trek is approximately 70 kilometres (43 miles) in total distance and is one of the most scenic treks in the world...
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