Here are some links to stuff that we think is pretty cool:
Entabeni Education Centre, KwaZulu Natal, South Africa. We’ve hooked up with Nic Shaw to provide all our South Africa based expeditions. Entabeni is a Zulu word which means ‘on the mountain’. Entabeni have been running youth based adventures for over 19 years and they provide an excellent experience for South African, and British, groups alike.
We believe in supporting local businesses and we’ve got a great link with a very good friend in Spain. If you love Spain and enjoy walking there, why not visit Andalusia. Simon Harding runs walking holidays and city breaks in Andalusia and also offers self-catering accommodation. Why not visit his webpage for more information http://www.ibernature.eu/
If you enjoy travelling and adventures (like we do) then the place visit in the UK is the Royal Geographical Society. As a fellow of the society, Will spends as much time as possible visiting the society when he’s in London. It’s a great place to be inspired; look through any of the exhibitions of trips and adventures or visit the map room. With portraits and busts of the great explorers like Scott, Shackleton and Livingstone, you’ll be in esteemed company.
One of the problems that groups have when planning an overseas adventure is raising funds. At this year’s explore conference, we got chatting to the lovely people from Ralloo. They are a micro-sponsorship platform that help individuals, groups or schools fund raise for their expeditions. If you’re thinking about funding for a trip, check out their website here.
We are proud to be supported by Pharos Response; a 24 Hour, 7 day per week support service for all of our leaders on expeditions. As part of their support, experienced incident management consultants review our risk assessments and risk management processes on an annual basis.