Explore with us

We run a number of different kinds of expeditions. Our current Open expeditions to the Canadian Yukon, Peruvian Amazon and Indian Himalayas are available to all young people ages 16-25. Our Invited expeditions delivered in partnership with a range of other organisations are currently going to Namibia, Iceland and Transylvania. We also organise training designed to provide young people with the skills and experience to help them towards the leadership of their own expeditions, and to prepare them for what we call 'leadership for good'.

Canadian Yukon

Explore Yukon's spectacular mountains, rivers, lakes and valleys while investigating an environment with more than a billion years of geological history.

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Indian Himalayas

Reach altitudes of up to 6000m while trekking among some of India's most spectacular high peaks while carrying out specialist scientific research.

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Peruvian Amazon

A unique opportunity to experience first-hand the mind blowing biodiversity, hidden valleys, jungle mountains and cloud forest of the Amazon. 

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Namibia Bound

Explore the oldest desert in the world, the highest dunes, the largest meteorite, all while witnessing numerous species of birds, reptiles, insects and mammals.

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Dangoor Next Generation Iceland

Spend three weeks exploring the Icelandic wilderness in a landscape so out of this world that you will be forgiven for thinking you are on the moon. 

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Transylvania Challenge

Sparsely populated and home to one of the largest undisturbed forests in Europe, Transylvania is a perfect setting for exploration and challenging adventure.

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Expeditionary Leadership

Develop the skills and knowledge you need to become an expedition leader with our Trainee Leader course. You will also gain a nationally recognised qualification and be part of the leadership team on one of our expeditions.

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Stellar Leadership

Our Stellar Leadership programme is for anyone aged 20-24 who is looking to develop and apply essential life and leadership skills in an expeditionary environment.

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