Rwanda is known as the ‘land of a thousand hills’, and with that title comes a lot of trekking options. While gorilla trekking is the biggest draw card for visitors to Rwanda, there are many other treks and hikes around the country that are guaranteed to feed your wild side. Due to

A place of ANZAC reverence and personal challenge, the Kokoda Trail has been a place of pilgrimage for travellers for many decades. Australians are very proud of their military history, and the Kokoda Spirit touches many who have heard about the remarkable Australian forces and their achievements along the Kokoda

Located in Outback Queensland, Porcupine Gorge National Park is about 60km north of the town of Hughenden. It covers an area of 5410ha, extending some 25kms along Porcupine Creek and out to surrounding open woodland and grassland. This ancient land is home to the Yirendali Aboriginal people. The creek has carved

A journey to Tasmania is a rare chance to disconnect from stress and reconnect with the things that matter. About 40 per cent of the island is protected as national parks, reserves and UNESCO World Heritage areas and, remarkably, these wild places are easily accessible. Hike the tallest sea cliffs in

The Tongariro Alpine Crossing is heralded as one of New Zealand’s greatest day hikes and ranks among the top ten single-day treks in the world. It is also the playground for Adrift Tongariro owner Stewart Barclay (Stew). Affectionately known as “The Mountain Man”, Stew has completed the Tongariro Crossing over 1500

A 95 km stretch from Mossman Gorge, about an hour's drive north of Cairns, the Daintree Region is where the rainforest flows down from the mountains to the beach and meets the fringing reefs. Sir David Attenborough described the Daintree as “the most extraordinary place on earth”. This is no surprise, considering