The first step in every journey is a conversation – we want to know why you travel and why you want to see the world. It’s how we craft experiences that transform your life. From kayaking in the stillness of the High Arctic to touring the lush wine lands of South Africa, we create itineraries that no amount of online searching could ever uncover. See where our clients have been and start imagining the possibilities to discover why the greatest journeys are personalized ones.
Making a personal connection with you and learning about the types of cultural, culinary, and expedition experiences you want from travel is key. Our itineraries can’t be found elsewhere, because they’re focused on your desires and how you want each trip to impact, refresh, or inspire you.
As avid travellers of the world, we’ve spent years building relationships with an international network of partners, suppliers, and local friends. We’re dedicated to discovering cultures and new possibilities so you can explore each destination in the most authentic way possible. By making your connections through ours, we guarantee one-of-a-kind travel experiences.
Our specialty is active and experiential travel that lets you explore other cultures, get close to wildlife, and immerse yourself in natural wonders. Adventure is different for everyone, which is why we love getting to know you and what your adventure of a lifetime looks like.
Driven by a love of adventurous, experiential travel, Natasha has always taken the road less travelled, whether it’s hanging out with curious kids in a remote African village, visiting a king penguin colony on Macquarie Island in the Sub-antarctic, or hiking the Inca Trail. As a travel advisor with more than a decade of experience, Natasha specializes in creating one-of-a-kind experiences for a discriminating clientele of world travellers.
Kayaking with Narwals in the High Arctic.
More than 150,000 miles.
Banana beer in Uganda.
In New Guinea I entered an ancient Asmat village, where all the men were chanting to drumbeats in a ceremony about to reveal a newly carved canoe. Out of nowhere I was approached by a tribesman, led to the middle of the circle, and then put in the canoe. I was lifted up and revealed to the dancing tribesmen surrounding me in their ceremonial regalia. They took me to the river, chanted, danced, and looked as if they were singing directly to me. It brought me to tears.
This is the joy of adventure travel. It’s not necessarily about climbing mountains or doing high-adrenaline activities (though it can be). It’s about meaningful experiences – travelling to unknown destinations and having incredible personal adventures, whether it’s walking beside elephants in Africa or staring in awe at the wonders of nature. It’s about finding common ground with an exotic culture and having your life lifted and transformed forever.
It depends on how you define furthest. Furthest south I’ve been: Neko Harbour, Antarctica. Furthest north: Resolute (Nunavut), Canada. Furthest west: Yangon, Myanmar. And furthest east: Livingstone, Zambia.
There is no typical client. My clients are diverse – they come from different walks of life, are different ages, and range from singles and couples to large family groups. What connects them is that they are all looking for unique travel experiences. They are curious, well travelled, and have a powerful urge to travel more. They want me to create special moments for them and are not satisfied with cookie-cutter trips. They have a strong sense of adventure and a strong sense of luxury. And I have to discover what these terms mean to them personally. For some, luxury is not so much about thread count as it is wild animal count.
Often people will come to me with ideas, and we will sit down and collaborate – it can be over a drink or a meal, by phone, or via Skype. We’ll discuss what their interests are, their reasons for wanting to go a place, the logistics, and so on. I’ll create a proposal tailored to them, with an itinerary, descriptions, and images. I may also give them an alternative proposal for a completely different travel experience that they had never considered, on the chance it may strike a chord when they see it. Going back and forth, we will fine-tune the journey until it is perfect.