If you want to see the culture of these incredible countries up close then Live the Adventure can give you exclusive access to some of their hidden gems thanks to our links with communities on the ground. Ant Eddies-Davies has forged unique relationships with governments, guides and villagers to ensure your holiday is unsurpassed.
From hillside temples to untouched national parks, our guided tours will immerse you in the region so you can get a real flavour of both their culture and their food.
Sweden by Kayak & Sea Food Safari
Our sea kayaking holidays in Sweden give you the opportunity to see Sweden by Kayak, and is based on the beautiful west coast of Sweden. The good water temperatures and non-tidal nature of the water ensure that people of all levels of kayaking proficiency can take part, and we also have hundreds of idyllic private …
Living up to its name, this magical 11 day journey through this ancient Himalayan Kingdom includes trekking, kayaking and white water rafting, journeying past colourful monasteries and ancient temples that stand silhouetted against the mountainsides just as they have for hundreds of years. Wildlife is abundant, rivers are pristine and forests unaltered is largely undiscovered …
Snow Leopard Trek
The land locked Kingdom of Bhutan comprises mountains, forests and rivers and offers all that the Himalayas has to offer. For centuries the Bhutanese have travelled through their country on foot and the trails they used then have today been developed as trekking trails.
The ultimate adventure travel itinerary offers a unique perspective to this kingdom as we explore Bhutan by private transport, bike and raft. The 16 day itinerary culminates in a totally self-sufficient 4 day descent of the stunning Drangme Chu River draining towards India and into the Manas National Park, a UNESCO world heritage site, where …
An ideal 8 day introduction to Bhutan and adventure travel. Exploring this Buddhist Kingdom combining culture with adventure, each day we travel by private transport mixing visits to its fortresses and monasteries with opportunities to experience the stunning landscape, by foot, on bike or paddling down the river by raft.