5 days/4 nights
Also known as the Mini Traverse, this is probably the most spectacular hike you can do in the Drakensberg. It is considered as one of the world’s best hikes by National Geographic.
4 days/3 nights
At 3450m above sea level, Mafadi is South Africa’s highest point. This is a great hike for those training for Kilimanjaro or any other major peak, or for simply experiencing the impressive High Berg.
3 days/2 nights
A hike in the Cathedral Peak Area, similar to the bell traverse, but tenting the first night instead of staying at Roland’s Cave. The last day we can choose whether we’ll go down the Mlabonja Pass or the Bell Traverse, depending on the group’s confidence and the weather conditions.
Champagne Castle Peak at 3,377m is the third highest point in South Africa. Without technical difficulties all you need for this hike is a good physical condition, a head for heights and an appeal for adventure. It is an exhilarating hiking experience with great views!
Northern Spain – 8 days / 16 days
Cycle the “Camino de Santiago”, the famous pilgrim route, enjoying the art, history and gastronomy of a historical and rural part of unspoilt Spain.
Indian Himalayas – 17 days
Cycle the highest roads in the world (up to 5400m). The Manali-Leh Highway takes us all the way from the foothills of the Himalayas to the capital of the Kingdom of Ladakh, the Little Tibet, at the heart of the world’s greatest mountain range.
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