Not everyone can take a year out to go travelling, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t have an amazing adventure. Short tours allow you to experience incredible countries and cultures without having to commit long term.
You can spend just over a month travelling through Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Honduras, Guatemala, Belize and Mexico. That’s six countries in 36 days! Or you can choose to join a short term volunteer programme to boost your CV during the summer holidays. Maybe you’re on a longer trip and you want to join a tour group for a small part of it.
Short gaps are for anyone, and with so many different time frames to choose from you can do almost anything. Swap that week sunbathing for an incredible backpacking experience in half the time.
Starting Sydney-side, wild life & wild nights await you on the Aussie East Coast!
Travelling overland from Kenya to the Cape, this trip is for adventurous travelers who are willing to be part of a team, who want to have fun and experience some of the best of Africa.
Work alongside the local team of builders and carpenters to build schools, health clinics, community buildings and vital hand washing facilities to help improve the health of the community
After a taste of the wild bush and an insight into Aboriginal culture up the ’Top End’, we’ll head deep into the beautiful yet formidable Outback and what’s known as the...
Two very different European cities are famous for their canal networks. But will you prefer a boat cruise around the waterways of Amsterdam, or a gondola ride on the canals of Venice?
Visit Africa’s chaotic markets on this tour and learn how to navigate the madness and learn some local cooking skills while you’re there too!
Got two weeks to spare and want to see as much of Europe as possible? Then this is the tour for you!
We have organised conservation projects since 1989. With projects in Madagascar, Costa Rica, Tanzania, Fiji & around the world, we can offer fun, adventure & the chance to make a difference
Help to care for abandoned Vervet Monkeys back into the wild to live a free and natural life.
Racing the length of the Tanzanian coastline in a dugout powered by a hanky. All the sailing you’ve ever done has been working towards this.