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Kayak, Hike and Tree Camp the Hidden Rainforests of Costa Rica

Trek through lush jungle teeming with exotic wildlife, paddle vivid coastline and fall asleep in the trees


6 nights

Annual Leave

5 days off work

Group Size

Up to 10 people


Nov-Mar | Jun-Jul


Costa Rica

Meeting Point

Golfito Airport, Costa Rica

Classic Accommodation

Hotel · Wild camping · Rainforest Lodge

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Sea kayak tropical shores and tangled mangroves, and snorkel amidst coral reefs and colourful fish

Hike through mountainous jungle and virgin rainforest in one of the country's most remote corners

Fall asleep to the calls of monkeys, toucans and frogs while in your tent suspended among the trees

Day 1

Welcome to Costa Rica


2 hrs · 3km

Fly into beautiful Costa Rica and head to your hotel in Golfito, the most southern port town and located across from the Osa Peninsula on the Golfo Dulce. Meet your guides and fellow travellers and go on a short walk to a nearby waterfall.

Day 2

Head into the jungle

Host pic.


4hrs · 8km · 480m up · 480m down

After breakfast, you'll take a quick transfer to the trailhead at the base of Cerro Adams, the highest mountain in the area. You’ll follow a trail that winds up through mountainous jungle, keeping an eye out for wildlife along the way. Head back down along a path which winds through a different part of the mountain range, stopping along the way to take in the beautiful views and for a picnic lunch. A full day of trekking will take you back to your hotel in Golfito for a relaxing evening.

Day 3

Piedras Blancas National Park


7 hrs · 14km · 470m up · 470m down

An early breakfast will fuel a challenging day, hiking inside the magnificent Piedras Blancas National Park. Head into the Tico-Amazonia mountains along a steep trail through primary rainforest and flatlands, keeping your eyes peeled for the local flora and fauna of this region. Reach your remote camping area situated by the beach and enjoy a well-earned dinner before sleeping in the trees.

Day 4

Kayak and snorkel in Golfo Dulce

Host Pic







With the ocean on one side and the thick rainforest on the other, you'll get to explore both worlds today by kayak and on foot. Enjoy the morning paddling the coastline while capturing stunning views of the shoreline with its magnificent mountainous backdrop. Snorkel amidst the colourful coral reef and tropical fish and you might see a pod of dolphins, or a sea turtle or two. Once back on land explore some of the nearby trails close to camp and enjoy your night in the jungle.

Day 5

Kayak to Playa Bajo Nancite


3-4 hrs · 7km

Fuel up with some fresh fruit and coffee before heading off for another chance to kayak in Golfito Bay. Back on the water again, you'll sea kayak through the coastal rainforest-lined Golfo Dulce to the beach at Playa Bajo Nancite. Soak up the atmosphere and spend a relaxing evening at a coastal jungle lodge.

Day 6

To Golfito via Zamia Forest

Host Pic


5 hrs · 12km


1-2 hrs · 2km · 140m up · 140m down

Begin paddling by the mangroves along the coast, stopping at Cacao Beach. Enjoy a traditional Costa Rican lunch before swapping your kayak for hiking boots and head into the Zamia jungle reserve to learn about the area's flora and fauna. Return to the hotel in Golfito in the afternoon and celebrate the end of this wild adventure with a farewell meal.

Day 7

Goodbye Costa Rica

After breakfast with an ocean view and final goodbyes with your team, you'll be returned to the airport in time for your flight home.



Expert, English-speaking local guides


3 nights in a hotel, 2 nights tree camping and 1 night in a jungle lodge


6 breakfasts, 5 lunches, 4 dinners


Transfers within the trip and to and from Golfito airport


All your kayaking and camping equipment

Not Included

Flights to and from the meeting point

Travel insurance

Some meals as described

Personal expenses

Tips for your guides

Visas where required

Day 1

Hotel · Twin share




Day 2

Hotel · Twin share




Day 3 – Day 4

Wild camping · Twin tent




Day 5

Rainforest Lodge · Twin or triple share




Day 6

Hotel · Twin share




Day 7




What is the food like?

Gallo Pinto – rice with red beans in a bowl, close-up on the table

A classic plate of Costa Rican food traditionally includes rice and beans, salad, fried sweet plantains and either fish, chicken, pork or beef. Some will also have cheese, french fries or grilled vegetables. Gallo Pinto is another classic Costa Rican staple: slow-cooked rice and beans with onions, peppers and coriander (cilantro). This is often part of the Costa Rican breakfast, with eggs, fried cheese, sweet plantains and homemade corn tortillas. There'll be plenty of other Latin American and tropical foods available and on the coast you’ll find Pipa Fria: a whole, cold fresh coconut.

Vegetarians and some other dietary requirements and allergies can be catered for - please just request on your passenger info form. Unfortunately due to limited produce options in this part of Costa Rica, it is not possible to accommodate vegan diets.

What is the accommodation like?

Mar y Luna, Golfito, Costa Rica

You'll stay at the Hotel Mar y Luna, a 3-star hotel located at the beach of Golfito. The hotel has a restaurant that serves international cuisine and there's also an on-site bar. The bathrooms are private and come with a shower.

Rainforest Tree Camping

You’ll camp at Tico-Amazonia camp, Playa San Josecito, for two nights in the trees in same-sex, twin-share tents using certified climbing and camping gear and the assistance of a professional climber by your side. The remote camp has showers, flushing toilets and a dining area protected from the rain. The tree-tents are set up at 1.5 metres (5 feet) above the ground.

Jungle Lodge, Golfo Dulce, Costa Rica, Proyecto Aventura
Jungle Lodge

You'll spend one night at a coastal jungle lodge in Playa Bajo Nancite. There are a combination of twin-share and triple-share rooms with en suite bathrooms, and the rooming will depend on the make up of your group.


For solo travellers wanting their own space, there is the option to upgrade to a private room and tent if you would like to do so, subject to availability. Single rooms can't be guaranteed for the 1 night spent at a jungle lodge, however. See Optional Extras for prices.

The Area




Golfito Airport, Costa Rica

12:00 on Day 1


Golfito Airport, Costa Rica

Any time on Day 7


Transfers from Golfito Airport to your accommodation are included if you arrive on Day 1 and depart on Day 7 – just let your host know your flight details in advance. If you arrive and/or depart outside of these days, then you'll need to make your own airport transfer arrangements. Taxis are available to and from the airport and are inexpensive.

Travel options

There are regular flights to Costa Rica from major airports across the UK, Europe and the US. The most typical international flight route is to arrive at Juan Santamaría International Airport in San José.

Internal domestic flights from San José down to Golfito (GLF) need to be booked separately. They operate from the Domestic Terminal at SJO, located just a short walk from the International Terminal.

The domestic airline flying between San Jose and Golfito is Sansa Airlines. You can book your domestic flight eight weeks in advance. There are three daily flights available, they take 55 minutes and cost around USD150. The total travel time, including getting to and from airports, is around four hours. If you are planning to arrive on Day 1, please book one of the flights that leaves San José before lunchtime.

Another option would be to travel from San José by public bus with Tracopa Bus. The journey takes six hours and costs around USD15.

If you are considering to organise a private transfer from San José to Golfito, please contact your host. If you are planning to spend a night in San José, you can book a hotel with your host. Please check Optional Extras for more info.

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What's Included

Tree hanging tent
Sleeping bag and mat
Climbing gear
Kayak, paddle, and life jacket

What do I need to bring?

Soft duffel bag or rucksack
Daypack 20+ litres
20 litre drybag


  • Hiking shoes or boots (worn in)

  • Water shoes (for kayaking in, and getting wet regularly)

  • Comfortable, dry footwear for around camp

Waterproof, breathable jacket
Waterproof gaiters
Rainhat with chin strap
Sythentic hiking trousers
Synthetic shorts
Synthetic T-shirts
Lightweight base layers
Underwear and socks
Sunglasses with strap
Something to sleep in

Snorkel and mask
Trekking poles
Stuff sacks
Pocket knife or multi tool
Universal travel plug adapter
Power bank or solar charger
Passports (and visas)
Travel insurance documents
Personal first-aid kit (inc. blister treatment)
Personal items (biodegradable toiletries, sanitary wear etc)
Toilet kit (toilet paper, biodegradable bags to carry paper out to dispose of)
Quick-dry towel
Sleeping bag liner
Alcohol hand-gel
Reusable water bottle (x2 litre)
Water treatment - see our guide to the best water filters for adventurers

Energy bars and snacks

*Requests for optional extras can be made after booking on your “My Bookings” page

Guided trip in Corcovado national park one day from Puerto Jimenez to Sirena ranger Station by boat

Payable Before Departure

Guided trip in Corcovado national park one day from Puerto Jimenez to Sirena ranger Station by boat

Per Person

Two nights in Puerto Jimenez

Payable Before Departure

Two nights in Puerto Jimenez

Per Person

Pre/Post-trip accommodation in Golfito (Single, Twin/Double)

Payable Before Departure

Pre/Post-trip accommodation in Golfito (Single, Twin/Double)

Per Night

Optional Private Room Upgrade (Golfito Hotel Nights Only)

Payable Before Departure

Optional Private Room Upgrade (Golfito Hotel Nights Only)

Per Person

Private Tree Tent (Camping Nights Only)

Payable Before Departure

Private Tree Tent (Camping Nights Only)

Per Person

Susan M.(April 2024)

Amazing trip, very well looked after and guided by Javier and his team. 10 out of 10. Great mix of activities and accommodation. Fantastic opportunity to make wonderful memories. Excellent value for money If you’re thinking of booking this trip then I’d say book it you won’t regret it.

Lynn F.(April 2024)
Wow what an adventure and

Wow what an adventure and trip we have had. It has been amazing and led by an amazing host Javier and his team. Such expert advice, sights to see and we felt well supported. You can see and hear the teams enthusiasm and knowledge for thier country. I felt well suppirted kyaking, especially since I have not been kyaking before. We had such wonderful food and the odd cocktails in the jungle. The trip was well worth the money, and I'd say follow the packing list. Also, take some long sleeve tops, which can be used for kayaking, as it's very hot out on the Ocean. Thank you Javier and Much Better Adventures for this experience

Darleen N.(February 2024)
Best Guides ever!

Javier and Fernando were amazing. They thought of every detail and took amazing care of us. The food was incredible. It was a great adventure making memories for a lifetime. Thank you!!

Joshua P.(February 2024)
Amazing experience!

Absolutely phenomenal experience al around. Javier and Fernando were amazing guides. Great balance and mix of activities to make for this great experience! 10/10!

Julia G.(January 2024)
Trip of a lifetime!

This is a fantastic trip! Hiking & camping in the jungle was an amazing experience, as was the kayaking. It was all such a brilliant adventure. Javier and the team looked after us so well, they were so welcoming and did everything to make the trip as comfortable and fun as possible. It's true what is advised that the fitter you are the easier it will be. Plus there was always a cold beer or cocktail waiting for us at the end of the day after all the activities. I can't recommend this trip highly enough to those with an adventurous spirit!

william f.(January 2024)
It was a fantastic, well-planned,

It was a fantastic, well-planned, unforgettable experience.

Isobel T.(January 2024)
1st time MuchBetterAdventure user whose returned to travelling solo after many years!

Absolutely incredible trip! So we'll organised and loads of surprises along the way too! Treks and kayaking tough but so well supported and with a group of 10, with a nice team building activity to start, it encouraged you to push yourself! I would definitely do it again!

Annette B.(January 2024)
Costa Rica 2024

Wow what an adventure. We started as strangers and very quickly became great friends. The scenery was breathtaking, the activities were great fun and the food was amazing. Javier and his team were outstanding and made everything work like clockwork. The weather hot and humid but a daily downpour kept us fresh! This adventure had a bit of everything. Would highly recommend it and Much Better Adventures as your adventure team

Christie E.(December 2023)
Feel Wild and Free

The guides were fantastic. Food delish! It was great to see parts of the jungle that are too remote to easily access. The hikes were challenging - uphill, hot, and fast-paced on slick or rocky terrain. Kit list helpful - bring hiking boots, closed toe shoes for camp (trainers with good traction) and water shoes (river walking and kayaking with landing on rocky beaches. Sandals with straps (like Tevas) are not hearty enough. Ankle support needed in all areas. For the full day at the tree camp, ask to be back well before sunset to enjoy trails and nearby snorkeling. Most days have ample time to enjoy the juices, wildlife (including bugs), and people. Bring books and games in waterproof bags - even on the kayaking trips. Treat yourself to a solo room - one of the two beds at Mar y Luna is more of a cot.

Nicole(July 2023)

Great trip, the guides were lovely and the snorkelling is amazing! The trekking was a lot more challenging than expected but the views from the top were brilliant.

Abigail(July 2023)

An amazing experience. Experienced and knowledgeable and guides providing reassurance and support throughout, especially during the challenging activities. The group was a mix of nationalities and ages making for a varied but similar minded group of people. Kit list was very useful. Good sustainable ethos reflected by guides. H&S was sufficient throughout. I haven't seen another tour including tree tent camping, never mind the 3 course meals and cocktails served at the jungle camp! What an experience to be immersed in the jungle. A good level of fitness and sense of adventure is definately recommended to get the most out of this fantastic tour.

Peter(July 2023)

A superb trip and thank you to Javier, Fernando, Laura and Zoe for all their hard work in making it a wonderful experience. The activities are reasonably challenging and you will be tired at the end of each day but also have a great deal of satisfaction. There are a few steep inclines hiking so it is important to know your fitness level when doing these. Highlights include the superb views, Tarzan swing, seeing all the wildlife ( so cool having bottle nosed dolphins coming within ten feet of our kayaks) and a lovely group dynamic. I'd highly recommend this trip, especially to hear Fernando's plant knowledge and Laura's historical knowledge of the area. Both are very proud of their area👍

Jonathan(May 2023)

This trip is fantastic! First and foremost if you have never done a Much Better Adventures trip, this was my second and the other travellers have been a great bunch both times. Regarding the trip itself, the location of Golfito is incredible and authentic - international tourism hasn't hit the area yet. The rainforest is great for hiking and nothing uber challenging. As long as you can walk for a few hours a day in the countryside you're fine - only one day has some steepish inclines. When hiking we weren't blessed with seeing too many animals (maybe we were just unlucky or maybe the reason why the area isn't so touristy is because other areas are home to a greater abundance of wildlife?). However, we did see toucans, macaws, iguanas, other birds, small mammals and flashes of monkeys. When staying at the hotel accomodation is basic but more than sufficient and importantly has AC! When in the jungle the tree tent is an incredible experience just simply because of the basecamp location. Waking up in the jungle on the beach with the views... Wow. The kayaking is great and you don't need to be experienced - the days at sea slightly better than the day within the bay as you have the opportunity to snorkel and see fish, even saw dolphins and jumping rays! For convenience / weather the itinerary wasn't followed exactly and included a day or two less in the jungle and one or two more in accomodation which may or may not suit your taste. Overall I really enjoyed seeing an authentic Costa Rica this way and had a great time and as a pointer you'll get the most out of the trip by doing it in the dry season for sure! Special mention to guides Javier and Fernando by the way for their knowledge, friendliness, cooking abilities and making the trip great fun! Pura vida. If there wasn't so many other Much Better Adventures trips to do I'd definitely go back.

Claire(April 2023)

Excellent tour, not particularly physically challenging. Beautiful scenery, stunning beaches and very knowledgeable and experienced guides. Suggest bringing UV protective clothing for kayaking in dry season, including gloves to protect from the sun.

Lynsey(March 2023)

Amazing trip, well organised and informative. Need a fairly good level of fitness as the hikes are steep and the kayaking can be challenging depending on the conditions in the bay.

Would do it all again tomorrow if I could!!

Lynsey(March 2023)

What an amazing trip!! This itinerary is so undersold on the website and I cannot recommend it enough! Javier, Fernando and Laura were amazing guides who looked after us so well and were so flexible with us. Javier is such an interesting guy, so many fun stories and clearly incredibly passionate about his work, he honestly couldn't have done more for us. Fernando was our trekking and kayaking guide, he was so knowledgable on plant and wildlife and took us on hikes away from the standard trails, machete in hand, which was fantastic. Laura, is the sweetest person and walking history book, she was able to answer all of our history and cultural questions on Costa Rica and then some! They perfectly complemented each other and were the ultimate hosts! The trip was the perfect balance of active and chill out time. The highlight for me was the camping nights, we were camped on the beach surrounded by the jungle, with wildlife all around us and barely a sign of civilization in sight, it was truly surreal. Pura vida!!

Natalie(January 2023)

Great location for some adventure and hosts were great

Claire(December 2022)

From start to finish I felt well looked after on this trip. Javier was beyond helpful and very quick to respond to all my questions, putting me immediately at ease. The trip itself was an incredible experience; the mix of activities and rest was perfect and everything was expertly planned. One element that isn’t mentioned is the amazing food you will experience on this trip, having three-course restaurant standard dinners and cocktails in the jungle was not something I was expecting! To choose a highlight is too difficult as I have so many amazing memories, thanks to the fun team dynamic, excellent leadership from Randall and the opportunity to connect with the beautiful country of Costa Rica in such an authentic way, words aren’t enough :)

Grant(December 2022)

This trip is amazing and I’d recommend it to everyone! The hosts; Javier, Randy and Fernando are great people and make the experience so enjoyable and special. They cater for everyones needs, are extremely knowledgeable and are so easy to get on with and have good chat! Costa Rica is a stunning place and this trip let’s you explore beautiful places. The trip itinerary is perfect- a good mix of fun activities and time to relax as well. The food and accommodation are Brilliant and enhance the experience even more. Also met lovely people and new friends. I loved every minute of it and wish I was still there! Pura Vida!!

William(December 2022)

Incredible trip!! A great balance of jungle trekking and sea kayaking with also time to enjoy your beautiful surroundings! Top marks from me, and a special shout out to the incredible team and guides.

Golfito and Piedras Blancas are hidden gems. Natural beauty that holds its own against, or beat, any national parks in Costa Rica - without the tourists!

Christina(January 2022)

This trip was a knockout! Pristine natural access and multi-sport adventure with a team that takes care of things so you can focus on your experience. Local team are serious pros and perfect combo of detail-orientation and people-friendliness. The brother team works well - Javier was extremely fast responding and offered to chat with my niece and I beforehand. We did a 1-hour call and it calmed any fears I had about a new company, first int'l trip since covid, and bringing a dependent. He helped us with our pack list a lot. Eric obviously has tons of experience guiding. Perfect vibe - low key and personable but aware of risks and on-top of the plan. I felt lucky we had such a pro for our small group. Beyond his guiding, his cooking was amazing! It created the space each meal that allowed for group chill and connection time. As for the location, we had incredible access to a unique and pristine part of the country that's least visited. Seeing spider monkeys, coati and anteater were highlights. Kayaking the coastline allowed a unique view and bird sightings. Hard to convey everything in one review, so my suggestion... talk to Javier directly and he'll tell you honestly what to expect and how to prepare.

Anything else you'd like to add? Our first chill afternoon, we played Banana Grams and enjoying an afternoon rain storm, then Eric made other stellar meal - this time fajitas with chicken, steak, fresh avos and all. He followed up with bananas flambe, lighting the rum on fire and everything. We loved it! Wrapped up that great day with karaoke and a night swim. A great way to wrap 4 days of hike/kayak adventuring together. // One awesome thing Eric did was tell us all to pick 5 songs and add to a playlist. We spent one night during dinner and after listening and guessing who added the song. We had a great time and ended up with a sweet mix as a souvenir that we will all for sure listen to and remember the trip.

We partner with the World Land Trust to ensure this trip achieves Net-Zero emissions. We also support their Buy an Acre programme, helping local communities to buy and protect natural habitats in perpetuity.

What's the number?
It works out on average at 92kg of CO2 emissions per person, including all local transport, accommodation, food, activities, guides, staff and office operations.

The only thing it doesn’t include right now is flights and travel to the destination. We do make an overall estimate across all our customers separately, but as we don’t book flights, have customers from all corners of the world, and no way of reliably knowing their travel plans, we simply can’t include an individual number in the figure on display here. We’ve got a goal to fix that, so that when you book, there is a way to measure and mitigate the carbon emitted by your flight too.

But what does the number mean?
Yep, hard to picture eh? To give you an idea:

  • Driving 1000miles/1609km would be approx. 281kg of CO2 in an average car (or 140.5kg per person if there was 2 of you in it).
  • A return economy class flight London - New York would be approx. 1,619kg (1.66 tonnes) per person.
  • 10 trees in a temperate forest are estimated to remove approx. 250kg of CO2 from the air in a period of 5-10 years.

What are we doing about it?
Our trips are relatively low-carbon by design, and we're working with all our hosts to develop long term carbon reduction plans. We partner with the World Land Trust to ensure this trip achieves Net-Zero emissions. We also support their Buy an Acre programme, helping local communities to buy and protect natural habitats in perpetuity, ensuring the protection of the reserve and its wildlife.

Want to know more?
Amazingly, no international travel company has ever publicly published their carbon measurements before, as far as we know. We believe that must change, quickly. So we’re openly sharing the method we used in the hope that other companies will be able to more easily follow suit and build on what we've done so far. You'll find it all here.

Tree camping is becoming the new camping craze where instead of sleeping on the ground, you'll spend the night suspended in the air from a tree using certified climbing gear and the assistance of a professional climber. Your fully set up tree tent will be about 1.5m above the ground and you'll have a sleeping and mat for extra comfort.

As you will be sleeping in the rainforest, there is always a chance to experience some humidity in your tree tent. Make sure to bring a change of clothes and good dose of adventure for this wonderful experience of sleeping amongst nature!

The hiking can be a bit of a slog uphill and through thick forest at times but there will be plenty of breaks and time to take in the surrounding views, wildlife and enjoy the rainforest. You should however feel comfortable hiking through streams and on uneven terrain.

You really do not need any kayaking experience. Your guide will give you full instructions and a safety briefing at the start. You’ll just need reasonable levels of fitness to handle approx 15km of relaxed paddling on Day 7 but the hours listed include breaks, so there is no rush and plenty of time to rest.

Tandem (2-seater) sit-on-top sea kayaks are used by the local host, manufactured by the brand Pelican. For comfort, they come equipped with backrests and padded seats.

Sure can! Over 70% of our travellers travel solo, it’s a great way to meet like-minded people.

The water in Costa Rica is generally safe to drink except for that found in remote and rural areas where there's little to no infrastructure. The support vehicle carries large containers of water from which you can fill your bottle.

Average temperatures in and around Golfito vary very little. Considering humidity, temperatures feel hot all year with a fair chance of precipitation about half of the year. The warmest time of year is generally early to mid-March where highs are regularly around 34.7°C (94.4°F) and temperatures rarely dropping below 23.2°C (73.7°F) at night.

Absolutely. Anything you don't need can be left with your host at Golfito and collected when the trip is finished.

We recommend checking out the country specific information here and also talking to a travel nurse.

For current advice about travelling in Costa Rica, have a read of the UK Foreign Office pages here.

Tips are not included in the trip cost. These are entirely at your discretion. Of course, you are free to tip as much or little as you like and the amount should be reflective of your perception of service and quality - a tip is not compulsory and should only be given when you receive excellent service.

Our recommended travel insurance provider is Campbell Irvine.

Travel insurance is compulsory for all of our adventures and you are required to provide your policy information before departing.

Your insurance should include adequate protection for overseas medical treatment, evacuation/repatriation, your baggage and equipment and the specific activities involved on your adventure. We also strongly recommend it includes cancellation and curtailment insurance, should you be unable to join your trip for specific reasons such as illness.

We fully endorse Campbell Irvine as their insurance offers all of the above, so get in touch with them or call on 020 7938 1734 to get your insurance sorted. We suggest that you book travel insurance as soon as you book your adventure, just to cover you for any last-minute life changes. We know you’re an active lot and injuries do happen!

We automatically convert prices from the local currency that a host receives to your chosen currency. We update our exchange rates on a daily basis so this does mean that prices displayed on the site are subject to currency fluctuations, which is why you may see them change over time.

If you wish to change the currency you pay in, head to the bottom of the page.

All of our group adventures are specially designed for adults to enjoy (18+) as we want these adventures to bring together outdoorsy people who are truly like-minded. Children can be accommodated on some private departures.

You're always in good company on one of our adventures.

Our trips are typically made up of a mixture of solo travellers and small groups of 2 or 3 friends, with most in their 30s-50s.

Our sociable adventures are solo-friendly by design and naturally attract outdoorsy people with a shared mindset; a love for adventure, a desire to push themselves and meet awesome, like-minded people along the way.

It’s this camaraderie that has so often turned a great adventure into a life-changing one.

Don't just take our word for it:

  • 95% of people rate the group dynamics on our trips 5/5
  • 90% of people recommend joining a trip to make new friends
  • 75% of people have met people on our trips that they would now consider friends

See here for more info about the Much Better Adventures tribe.

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Our team of Adventure Hunters create exclusive adventures with highly vetted, specialist hosts. We only work with independent, local in-destination experts who know the very best places to explore and how to stay safe. See here for more info about the local teams we partner with.


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