Be the first to traverse the Mt Giluwe massif, PNG's second highest peak. First explored by gold prospectors in the 1930's, Mt Giluwe has never been traversed. We will trek and climb to her summit (4367m) and then head across to Giluwe's south western slopes in a first ever expedition. The highlands of PNG are rugged and magnificent and this journey is set right in the middle of this wonderful landscape.
As if trekking to Machu Picchu wasn't enough adventure in one trip, we have added another two days of whitewater rafting and mountain biking just to totally fill your adventure quota. You will see parts of Peru few ever witness as you ride through small villages and raft wild rapids before your epic journey to the mysterious Machu Picchu.
July 6 - 17, 2016
Be the first to do this trek in 75 years as we cross the Owen Stanley Ranges, south to north, towards Kokoda Village in full WWII military kit. In July of 1942, B Company of the 39th Battalion headed across the the Kokoda Track to intercept the imminent Japanese advance. These were the only men to do this as the Japanese soon pushed the Australian forces back. Relive the history as you gain a deep understanding of what actually happened.
You would be surprised what you see when you are kayaking or SUP'ing the Komodo Islands. There is a whole world beneath the surface waiting for you to explore. A kaleidascope of colour within a crytsal clear sea of warm water, the Komodo Islands have as much to offer below the surface as it does above.