WE WILL TAKE YOU THROUGH TIMELESS TRAVEL
TSAATAN – KHÖVSGÖL NUUR – KAZAJOS
Mongolia, known as the “Eternal Blue Sky” country, is a remote region of vast expanses, endless steppes, and endless skies, the cradle of nomadic peoples and multitudes of ethnic groups.
LAST NOMADS OF KAMCHATKA
In one of the most beautiful, remote, wild and isolated places in the world, in a paradise known as "the land of fire and ice" live the Evens, a nomadic herding people dedicated to raising reindeer. On this trip it is not only an adventure to live with the Evens, it is also an adventure to travel the Kamchatka peninsula, a region closed to tourism...
This experience will give you a stunning combination of the incredible arctic environment of the region along with the landscapes of the Polar Urals, as well as an exclusive immersion in the ancient ways of life in the tundra and of today's Nenets nomads. This expedition is an opportunity to get back to basics and to enjoy the tundra and the...
Why Madagascar? The truth is that there are plenty of reasons to want to travel to Madagascar, the fourth largest island on the planet. Many people were unaware of this country, until it was located on the map after the famous cartoon movie.
THE ACIENT CEILAN
Sri Lanka is known as the “Tear of India” or “The Pearl of the Indian Ocean” due to the particular shape that the island confers. It is also known as “The island of a thousand names” and today it is still a little exploited paradise, pure, virgin and with a lot of charm. It could even be said that Sri Lanka has been hiding from the...
THE BEST KEPT SECRET
Colombia, with a great multicultural and ethnic diversity (it has 84 indigenous ethnic groups), a wild and overwhelming nature, colonial cities anchored in the past and pre-Columbian archaeological sites that are a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
KAZAJOS - GOBI - ESTEPAS
Mongolia, known as the "Eternal Blue Sky" country, is a remote region of vast expanses, endless steppes and endless skies, the cradle of nomadic peoples and multitudes of ethnic groups. Land of crossroads of cultures and religions, it has a wide variety of ecosystems, from the driest deserts on the planet to large glaciers that fall from peaks...
EAST COAST OF GREENLAND
This "Lost City" trek is considered the most beautiful in all of South America and one of the most spectacular in the world. It is an authentic adventure, crossing rivers, climbing mountains, crossing the thick tropical rain forest, etc.
Guatemala is the heart of the Mayan world, a mystical and ancestral country. The legacy of the Mayan culture is deeply rooted in the customs and traditions of the country's indigenous inhabitants and this is evident at every step you take in this beautiful country. Guatemala offers us a wide variety of attractions that will not leave us...
EAST COAST OF GREENLAND
The Ammassalimmiut on the east coast of Greenland were among the last Inuit group to have contact with the "white man." It happened when the Danish explorer Gustav Holm located them in 1884. They are the last direct descendants of the Arctic Dorset and Thule cultures.
Every spring the Nenets move their huge herds north, from the winter pastures on the Russian mainland to the summer pastures within the Arctic Circle. Nenets belong to the Samoyed group of peoples. Their ancestors originated in southern Siberia and are believed to have settled in northern Russia around 1,000 years ago. With a population of over...
It is so far that most of this territory is beyond the Arctic Circle and to get there you have to cross half the world. It is so inhospitable that Stalin built his prison camps here. No one doubts the great natural beauty of Yamalia or its unusual fauna.