Terms and Conditions
NO ROADS EXPEDITIONS (NRE, NO ROADS) TERMS AND CONDITIONS PRICING: No Roads policy is to hold prices firm for each calendar year. However because costs such as but not limited to exchange rates and airlines are out of our control we reserve the right to vary our prices at any time up to departure, without notice. Pricing is per person based on twin share accommodation. PAYMENT: A 20% non-refundable lifetime deposit is required at the time of booking and the balance due 90 days prior to departure. CANCELLATION: If you cancel your booking 90 days or more prior to departure, a Lifetime Deposit will be held by No Roads in accordance with these Terms, the remainder of the payments made to the Tour Operator in respect of the cancelled product will be refunded.
New for 2021 No Roads has introduced a new trip grading system that takes into account all the elements of a trek, from the hours walked, to the track conditions, through to the level of comfort at your accommodation. All of these factors have a significant impact on your trek. Joyful Jaunt This getaway is one that can be enjoyed by the whole family of various fitness levels. There is no prior training that needs to be done and while there will be some physical activities, they will not be of a strenuous nature. Balanced Break A balanced break has a combination of activities to get the heart rate up but some downtime to relax or to explore on your own.
In The Media
September 2015 April 2015 October 2014Our Komodo Kayaking Expedition appears in the 50 Places to Paddle Before You Die book by Chris Santella. Click here to see our great sea kayaking expedition in the Komodo Islands. October 2014This is a short article about what Peter Miller, CEO of No Roads can't travel without. We think he forgot passport and cash as well. This appeared in Air Niugini's Inflight Magazine.
Consider training with 15-20kg of weight so that the recommended 12kg on the track will be lighter than what you're used to. This will offset the strength-sapping impact of PNG's humidity. If you are planning to use trekking poles, train with them now. (They are common now so no-one will think you're strange). We all have busy lifestyles so if this is not possible, a hike into the hills every two or three weeks would be beneficial.
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