Trekking

Strap those boots on! Trekking allows one to see the very best of rugged landscape, but it certainly requires a higher fitness level than many of our more leisurely tours. Get back to nature and experience some of the most inaccessible parts of the planet first-hand.

A journey up Kilimanjaro – Africa’s highest peak

  Our very own Charlie Bridger attempted the climb up Kilimanjaro last year with her brother to mark his 50th birthday. They took the Machame route up – and as Charlie says, it a bit of a tough old trek, but certainly possible for … Continue reading

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Photo Showcase – Migration of the Berbers

On The Go is proud of our bi-annual trips to participate in the migration of the Berbers, either ascending (in May) or descending (in September) from the High Atlas into the Dades Valley. This five day trek protects families and … Continue reading

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Video of the Week: A few weeks in Peru

A country of incredible diversity, Peru encompasses Amazonian rainforest, arid coastal deserts and the snow-capped peaks of the Andes Mountains. With such an array of natural wonders, there’s no shortage of incredible experiences to immerse yourself in. Don’t believe us? … Continue reading

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Top 5 activities in Africa

As if going on safari in Africa wasn’t exciting enough, there are loads of extra activities to take part in that will have your pulse racing. Take a look at five activities you can take part in on your next … Continue reading

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Top 5 ways to wander the world’s wonders

Usually when one talks about travel, we think about boarding a plane. But once you’ve arrived, there are far more exciting ways to see the world. Here are our top 5 modes of transport in a few of our favourite … Continue reading

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Video of the Week: Leh and Ladakh

The Himalayas have long been associated with spirituality – and when watching this one can’t help thinking that it might be because the devout are closer to the heavens there than they are elsewhere in the world. With incredible mountain … Continue reading

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Travel Unplugged – Top 10 ways to get off the grid

In this digital world we live in, it’s good to know there are still some places left that offer little or absolutely no connectivity at all – no way to get in touch with all those ‘friends’ and followers through … Continue reading

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Trekking with the Berbers of Morocco

In today’s guest post, journalist Hazel Southam treks into the mountains with the Berbers of Morocco, a traditional bi-annual journey between the Dades Valley and the High Atlas mountains. All photos courtesy of Clare Kendall. Souks, storytellers and snake charmers … Continue reading

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Photo Showcase – the trek into Petra

Trek Petra, billed as the Inca Trail of the Middle East, takes the traditional Bedouin trails to the ancient city of Petra. Journeying through desert, wadis, jagged mountains and some of the Middle East’s oldest known archaeological site, Trek Petra … Continue reading

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Photo Showcase – Gorilla tracking in Africa

Kasia Schulz went gorilla-tracking in Uganda as part of her epic 57-day Great African Expedition. Here she shares photos from her spectacular trip.

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