Dive into the customs and landscapes of Vanuatu to uncover raw beauty and vibrant culture of these tiny islands on five-day expedition that takes in the legendary land diving ritual of Pentecost island's Indigenous people.
Venture with Intrepid on a 15-day expedition to the remote reaches of Pakistan's Hunza Valley and find nature unleashed. Hike ancient fortifications and rural villages, learn about the modern innovations that help the local people prosper, and experience the preserved the culture that makes Pakistan such a mesmerising, all-consuming country.
Sacred Earth Journeyes has tapped Andean Medicine Man and Wisdom Keeper, Puma Quispe Singona, to guide women thorugh the spiritual heart of Peru: hear traditional teachings, participate in ceremonies, and undertake powerful healing and energy work, with a visit to the spectacular Incan archaeological site of Quillarumiyoc - Temple of the Moon.
This 17 day tour of Auckland, Wellington, Queenstown and Christchurch is the perfect way to bring New Zealand’s North and South Islands to life across land and sea, taking in both cities and small towns. You’ll traverse epic landscapes, indulge in fresh food and delicious wine, experience farming and Maori culture firsthand, and meet welcoming locals with stories to share. Additional dates through 2025 available.
This exclusive 8-day, 7-night in-country photography workshop will take us to Western Mongolia to experience one of the world's revered cultural traditions. Immerse yourself in eagle hunting culture, experience Kazakh culture, games, traditions, and nomadic lifestyle.
An unforgettable expedition for women over 50, join Intrepid travel as they explore the remote and less-travelled regions of Morocco. Local leadership, private transport, real life experiences – this is a unique opportunity for women to blaze the trail in an incredible but often conservative country. Additional dates available.
We will learn about the textile traditions and arts through visits to artists studios and indigenous communities in the Antigua and Lake Atitlan regions of Guatamala. We will learn about indigenous culture and history. This trip is a mix of exploration, education and service.
We will meet with women activists and artists who are challenging the patriarchy, determining innovative ways to design and market their traditional arts, and build their communities through sustainable farming in Mexico. There will be visit to museums, galleries, artists’ studios and community festivals.
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