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EBC Trek 2019
Apr 30 2019 Written by: Brad Horn Photography: Brad Horn
In April, a Epic trek team of 8 set out to Everest Base Camp let by Brad Horn and including his 15 year old daughter Ella (raising money for the The Juniper Fund.) From Kathmandu and into Lukla to experience the people and beautiful villages of the breathtaking Himalaya mountains, you can read their story here. [Read More]
From The Field
OUR GUIDES AND TRAVELLERS REPORT FROM AROUND THE GLOBE
Epic 2019 - Top Travel Picks
Where will you go in 2019? The epic team travel far and wide each year. Some of our destinations keep on giving and we also venture to places less travelled. Here are our top travel picks for an epic new year.
Incredible Indonesia
This year Pedro was privileged to guide 'the next Sir David Attenborough' to the islands of Komodo & Flores, sail onboard a traditional phinisi  and visit stunning Raja Ampat by air and sea. Experiencing the wonders of the Indonesian archipelago were a true 2018 highlight...
Africa 2018 Highlights
Brad and Rob both experienced an epic Africa in 2018. Here are more safari highlights from the year including Primates, Predators & Prey, the Serengeti Migration and beautiful Botswana.
2018 Year in Review
2018 has been simply amazing. Our private guides went higher, deeper and further afield than we ever have. While we continued to visit our traditional destinations, a couple of notable highlights included safaris to Ethiopia and Madagascar, visiting Raja Ampat in West Papua and trips to Patagonia and Antarctica. And in 2019 we have more...
Out of Africa - a family safari in Kenya
Brad had the pleasure of guiding multiple repeat clients on an amazing Kenya safari in August this year.
A safari to Kenya is the ultimate mix of African culture, active adventure and a microcosm of amazing game viewing. Starting in the Chyulu Hills, just north of Mt Kilimanjaro they eased into safari life with game-drives, mountain biking and walking. They also enjoyed a real Maasai cultural experience and marvelled at the epic Mara.
An epic journey to magical Madagascar
Understanding the geological history of Madagascar helps explain why it is so unique. Part of the original 'Gondwana land', Madagascar split from India approximately 88 million years ago. Wildlife has evolved independently since which explains the 80% endemicity of Madagascar’s birds, reptiles and mammals...including the cheeky lemurs of Madagascar. Read about Rob's epic journey...
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