World Expeditions

World Expeditions launches Amazon Forest Appeal

World Expeditions launches Amazon Forest Appeal

In response to the crisis that’s befalling the Amazon rainforest, adventure travel tour operator World Expeditions has set up the Amazon Forest Appeal.

New expedition aimed at active travellers

The new National Geographic range of Active Expeditions will appeal to discerning travellers who are looking to visit some of the world’s most incredible places

World Expeditions’ photography tour and art expeditions

The experts in small group adventure holidays have teamed up with two of Australia’s finest photographers and artists for their latest tour offerings

Climbing Uluru to end

Following a unanimous decision by traditional owners and park managers, climbing the iconic Uluru will no longer be permitted as of 26 October 2019

Building a healthier future for Peru

World Expeditions has created a new community project in the village of Huilloc in Peru’s Sacred Valley

Top 10 women's tours

From trekking Mount Everest and surfing in Bali, to eating your way through Italy and cruising down the Amazon, we’ve round up the best women’s tours for 2017

Responsible wildlife adventures

World Expeditions has joined forces with World Animal Protection to develop a range of new wildlife adventures in Kenya, India, Thailand and Romania

World Expeditions launches women-only adventures

World Expeditions has launched a new range of specially-crafted active travel adventures for women only

Responsible travel with World Expeditions

Encounter animals in their natural habitat safely and ethically with World Expedition tours in Kenya, Thailand, India and Romania, endorsed by World Animal Protection

Mount Everest seven ways

World Expeditions has been operating treks in Nepal for more than 40 years, and offers the choice of seven ways to trek the world’s highest mountain

Experience the local's Puglia

Discover the beauty, culture and history of Puglia in World Expeditions’ new walking tour, staying four night at Lady McAlpine’s restored ex-convent home