A PIONEERING expedition into the heart of Asia. Following in the footsteps of the Great Game explorers, our team of seven Londoners travelled through one of the world’s last isolated wildernesses, the Big Pamir in the Wakhan Corridor, Afghanistan.
The first ever expedition into the world’s newest country – South Sudan, our team pioneered a route through the Imatong mountains to the summit of Sudan’s highest peak, before taking on the mighty White Nile on a 5 day river expedition along it’s remotest stretch.
A pioneering expedition to the Zagros Mountains of Iraqi Kurdistan. This was defined by amazing landscapes, challenging weather and the kind hospitality of the Kurdish people. To top it off Kit Monsen became the first man ever to ski down Mount Halgurd’s snowy slopes!
The first ever expedition to walk across Madagascar from East to West. The international team pioneered a route through the most remote part of the island and summited Mt Maromokoto – the country’s highest peak. The team succesfully completed the 370km odyssey in 18 days.
A PIONEERING expedition into the heart of Asia. Following in the footsteps of such eminant explorers as Lord Curzon, John Wood, Younghusband and Tillman, our team travelled through one of the world’s last isolated wildernesses in search of the Ice Caves of the Wakhan.
A journey of discovery through one of Africa’s most beautiful – and misunderstood – countries. We descended the virtually unexplored Moa River entirely by local canoe and on foot, from the border with Guinea to Tiwai Island, in the midst of the Gola Rainforest. A pioneering expedition to uncover the wonders of this West African enigma.
A pioneering jungle expedition deep into the once-thought of as impenetrable Darien gap in search of lost civilisations, 5,000 year old petroglyphs and the last of the Embera Indians