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TOTAL TRIPS: 900
AGE RANGE: 18-99 Years
BUDGET: Affordable & Premium
  124 Reviews (4.5/5)

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6 Days Reykjavik to Reykjavik

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12 Days Lima to Lima

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11 Days Broome to Broome

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14 Days Mumbai to Delhi

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Intrepid Africa Tours
Africa

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Intrepid Antarctica Cruises
Antarctica

1 Cruise

Intrepid Asia Tours
Asia

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Intrepid Australia Tours
Australia

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Intrepid Baltic & Arctic Cruises
Baltic & Arctic

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Intrepid Canada Tours
Canada

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Intrepid Egypt & Middle East Tours
Egypt & Middle East

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Intrepid Europe Tours
Europe

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Intrepid Med Cruises
Med

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Intrepid New Zealand Tours
New Zealand

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Intrepid South & Central America Tours
South & Central America

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Intrepid USA Tours
USA

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Travel Styles View all Popular ways to travel with Intrepid Travel

Intrepid Basix
Basix

Basix trips keep things simple to give you amazing experiences at a great price. Plenty of free time, keeping many of the activities optional. Simple, clean and centrally located accommodation.

Intrepid Original
Original

Classic small group adventures and the foundation for the whole Intrepid range. Balance between free time to explore at your own pace and included activities.

Intrepid Comfort
Comfort

Style of travel that minimises the occasional discomforts without sacrificing any of the thrills. Includes many of the activities and more meals are included.

Intrepid Premium
Premium

Accommodation handpicked for location and quality at a 4-star level including a feature stay at a unique and unforgettable location. More included activities and extras.

Intrepid 18 to 35's Adventures
18 to 35's Adventures

Adventures for younger travellers who want to discover new places and cultures, make a difference in the world, & connect with their own small crew along the way.

Intrepid Family Adventures
Family Adventures

These trips are for families only (including any aunts, uncles or cousins). Tours are made up of 2-3 like-minded families and led by experienced guided experienced with working with children.

Intrepid Cycling Adventures
Cycling Adventures

Most cycling days are between 30-60kms, done at a leisurely pace with optional extra riding routes in each of the destinations for the adventurous.

Intrepid Walking & Trekking
Walking & Trekking

Trekks and walking tours designed for all abilities. Expert trail guides and accommodation are included - all you have to do is bring your legs and a sense of adventure.

Intrepid Adventure Cruises
Adventure Cruises

From Polar expeditions to exploring remote islands in Indonesia, Intrepid's small ship adventure cruises give you access to those out-of-the way spots the big ships can't reach.

Intrepid Sailing Trips
Sailing Trips

Intrepid's sailing tours use smaller catamarans or yachts rather than multi-deck cruise ships. Lend a helping hand with navigating, tacking and steering or simply stretch out on deck with a good book.

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Slick and Good Attention to Detail   0 , QLD, Australia, May 2024
Thanks Intrepid. Booking with a company we had never used before we were slightly concerned at the lack of (tiny) details (prior to the trip), but true to our agent at Global Journeys, Hannah and Intrepid made it all look easy. I know what it's like wrangling parties of 10 or more (like herding fleas), but our group was always on time for meet ups, ...read more and our guide, Valentina Lorrasu was absolutely brilliant. It was her first tour with Intrepid, but she had researched our trip in great detail and was not only great at 'mothering us' along, but she handled some out-of-left-field issues with great aplomb. This was also our first overseas trip since 2019 (COVID), and we came home feeling we had received outstanding value for money, great hotels, terrific food and the sights around Sicily were a treat. Thanks Global Journeys, Intrepid and Valentina - terrific combination of professionals.
A New Experience Every Day     0 , QLD, Australia, May 2024
Our trip to the Galapagos Islands was one that was long planned and eagerly awaited, and proved to be everything we had hoped. We had decided that, since we were only going to be there once in our lives, we should spend as much time as we could. I wondered whether the 10 nights on the Grand Queen Beatrix might prove too much, but it was fantastic, ...read more and every day brought a new experience. The wildlife was spectacular and much of it incredibly tame. The opportunity to snorkel every day had us swimming with sea lions, penguins, white-tipped sharks and a huge variety of colourful fish. The unique land and marine iguanas were impressive and birdlife was prolific. Every island was somewhat different and beautiful in its own way.

Intrepid’s Grand Queen Beatrix was a lovely small ship and we were pleased that we had booked one of the balcony rooms. It allowed more air into the cabin and a place to dry wet clothes. The rooms did not have a lot of storage and we ended up with one of us living out of a suitcase, but that worked fine and was not a problem. The crew were wonderful and the guides excellent, food was delicious, healthy and plentiful, which we needed because the high level of activity every day meant increased appetites. We were only filled to capacity (16 pax) for a few days of the trip and our fellow passengers were great company.

The tour included one additional night both before and after the Islands in Quito at Le Parc Hotel. We also booked 2 further nights before and 3 after at Le Parc and made good use of them doing the hop-on/hop-off bus and day trips with to the Mindo Cloud Forest to see hummingbirds and tucans, and Mitad Del Mundo where the equator passes through the outskirts of Quito. We did all these tours with the Quito Tour Bus (quitotourbus.com) which proved good value for money. We also went up the Telerifico Cable Car with expansive views down over Quito and spent a couple of hours in the wonderful Botanic Gardens just one block from the hotel.

I had originally thought I might book a different hotel in the “old town”, but was very glad I had not. Although Le Parc was some distance from the old centre of Quito, it was a comparatively safe area and very cheap to get anywhere by taxi.

For anyone contemplating going to Galapagos Islands and Ecuador, my advice is to do an Intrepid cruise for as many nights as you can afford, and add a couple of extra nights in Quito, where there is much to see and do.
Beautiful Bali   0 , VIC, Australia, Apr 2024
Booking through Global Journeys was a smooth process. This tour gave me new experiences and adventure. My room in Nick's Pension Hotel, Ubud, had ants and cockroaches! The remaining hotels are of average standard. Our tour guide was helpful and approachable.
First time visit to India   0 , NSW, Australia, Apr 2024
In India anything is possible. If you go with an open mind and just enjoy the differences from your home country, you will love this glimpse into India. Accommodation was clean and comfortable more so than premium but locations usually close to sights. Plenty of food available and options for those who didn’t want the local delicacies all the time. ...read more India is organised chaos at times but throughly enjoyable. If you are unsure, just book this trip and go. Embrace it.
Premium India   0 , Victoria, Australia, Apr 2024
This turned out to be a fantastic trip. Although I had some initial doubts after we landed in Mumbai. Mumbai is a very busy place and as such quite dirty but well worth seeing. The trip got better the more we explored. The red forts, the Taj Mahal and the many lakes were amazing. The food took a little bit of getting used to but over all was good. Nice ...read more to have some authentic Indian curries.
Sensational India   0 , New South Wales, Australia, Apr 2024
We enjoyed a wonderful holiday on our Intrepid premium tour of India arranged by Global Journeys. The indian people are so friendly, happy and content. Our guide Yaddu was amazing, his wealth of knowledge on the history of the towns we visited and the architecture was unlimited. Thoughly recommend this wonderful country.
Vietnam by Bike   0 , WA, Australia, Mar 2024
Just returned from this fantastic cycling trip. Maisie was amazing, prompt, efficient, accurate and professional in making the booking for me. Some others who used different agents did not have final details of transfers communicated to them. The Global journeys website and Maisie's documentation meant my trip went without a hitch. I had done the same ...read more trip with a different company in 2014. The difference in population growth, motor bike numbers, scale of tourism development and the number of tourists in Vietnam was astounding.

On this trip the guide (and also his support crew) was fantastic, organised, super attentive to each persons needs, good fun, careful with clear instructions. The route was different to last time and although could have been challenging was very doable. Being a cyclist/tourer who has done many trips over the years I am finding people who ride electric bikes (because they think they can) can be challenging to a cyclists e.g. I have to wait till all the e-bike problems are sorted, trying to predict when they will turn their motor assist on so as to keep out of the way, not being aware of when to change gears (gears first THEN motor!!! NOT just turn up the motor) and when the electric bike riders get tired on a long day of say 80km they tend to ride faster which unnecessarily ups the pace. I will go to my grave with this complaint until all hire e-bikes are upgraded to torque sensors.

I thoroughly recommend the trip. NEVER be afraid to stop & take photos. March/April is the time of year to do this trip. Cool in the North and warms as you progress south. Accommodation was as expected great. Just don't expect every hotel to cater for the minority of Western tourists. Traffic looks like bedlam, but all over Asia & the subcontinent I feel safer riding than in Australia because traffic 'just works' without the need for regimented rules and each vehicle driver is considerate and mindful of other road users of ALL types. Friendly beeps to let you know there is traffic around is NOT aggressive like in Australia and road rage is never seen. Again thoroughly recommend Global Journeys, I thank Maisie and recommend this cycling trip with Intrepid. Just watch Intrepid's (in my opinion) 'unaustralian' way of increasing the price of the trip as it fills up - Dutch auction approach. Check Global Journeys website.
Iceland - absolutely awesome   0 , QLD, Australia, Feb 2024
I'd really rather you didn't go there and make it more "peopley" but - this tour, the tour guide we had and Iceland were epic, amazing, outstanding beautiful, absolutely awesome. This is a second to none destination in my opinion and this tour gives you a great starting glimpse of a wonderfully diverse country. The tour is perfect to get you started ...read more on an addiction to this country and it's people.

Our guide, Stefano, was one in a million......just enough care to keep you safe without smothering the life out of you, just enough running commentary that you're informed but not bored to death by a guide that won't shut up. Do the tour - you won't regret it. I will be back, I will be there for a lot longer and I'm very tempted to never come home!

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Asia

Asia (2022-24)

Whether you’re feeling history reverberate while walking the Great Wall of China, savouring local flavours in the backstreets of Chiang Mai, exploring the Mekong Delta by boat, conquering the climb to Everest Base Camp, watching the sun rise at the majestic...more Taj Mahal or set over Cambodia’s Angkor complex, this captivating continent has endless possibilities and adventures for all travellers.
Africa

Africa (2022-24)

The wide-open plains of Africa are calling you. Get right to the heart of this incredible continent and unearth the magic of the continent with Intrepid. Journey through vast savannahs, encounter majestic wildlife, and immerse in rich tribal cultures....more From the pulsating rhythms of bustling markets to the serene beauty of the Sahara, let Intrepid guide you through Africa's diverse tapestry of experiences.
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Why travel with Intrepid?
Why travel with Intrepid?

Small groups, big adventures and responsible travel – that's Intrepid's thing. With over 1,000 trips in a variety of styles across 100 countries, you're sure you'll find something you like. Age, pillow preference, budget, relationship status - it doesn't matter where you're from, what matters is where you'd like to go.

The beauty of small group travel isn't just new places, it's new perspectives. It's the stories you hear and the friendships you forge, the ones that stick around long after the tan has faded. Our travellers come from all walks of life; what unites them is where they're going. Every Intrepid small group adventure has been carefully designed to make sure you have an unforgettable grassroots travel experience.

Intrepid's Local Guides
Intrepid's Local Guides

Intrepid realised early on that the best folks to show you the heart of a destination are, funnily enough, the ones that live there. These are Intrepid's leaders: travel experts and friendly locals who know their countries back to front, from every backstreet bar to every hidden gallery. They're the big, smiling face of Intrepid.

The real magic on tour happens well away from a beaten path. It's the little noodle bars, hidden galleries and backstreet bodegas you won't find in a search engine. Whether you're chasing a global gastronomic dream or wanting to ride your bike to Basecamp, Intrepid has a themed adventure that's perfect for you.

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Intrepid's Tuscan Food and Wine Guide

06 July, 2021

Intrepid's Tuscan Food and Wine Guide

When you go to Italy on holiday you might expect to survive on a diet of pizza, Spaghetti Bolognese and gelato (not that there’s anything wrong with that!). But, did you know there is more to Italian cuisine than these famous favourites? And that every region of Italy boasts its own...

Travel Safely with Intrepid's Responsible Return to Travel

03 August, 2020

Travel Safely with Intrepid's Responsible Return to Travel

As Intrepid plan their return to running trips, the safety and wellbeing of travellers, leaders, crew, staff and suppliers are their priority. With this top of mind, their return to operations will be done in a safe and responsible way.   Intrepid have reviewed all their health and...

Introducing Intrepid Retreats: Authentic Aussie Getaways Showcasing Your Backyard

09 July, 2020

Introducing Intrepid Retreats: Authentic Aussie Getaways Showcasing Your Backyard

Ready to uncover the specialties of your own backyard? Looking for a local Australian getaway to rival any far-flung adventure? Enter Intrepid’s Australia Retreats… Intrepid have curated a collection of short local getaways for locals, by locals. These Aussie trips incorporate the elements...

Keeping You Safe with a Responsible Return to Travel

23 June, 2020

Keeping You Safe with a Responsible Return to Travel

As Intrepid Travel gradually return to running trips, the safety and wellbeing of their travellers, leaders, crew, staff and suppliers is their priority and the return to operations will be done in a safe and responsible way. Intrepid have reviewed all their health and safety policies and are...

Intrepid Travel FAQ's Frequently asked questions for those considering travelling with Intrepid Travel

Which style of trip is right for me?

Intrepid's three styles of travel - Basix, Original and Comfort - cover the whole gamut of travel experiences. To find out which one has 'You' written all over it, view our trip styles guide above.

Are Intrepid's tours physically demanding?

Want to lie in a hammock and not move until cocktail hour? Intrepid have got a trip for that. Want to power up the side of mountain at high altitude? They have also got a trip for that. To determine what type of trip suits you best, each trips comes with a Physical Rating to let you know how physically demanding it is… or isn't.

Does Intrepid have trips designed for families?

Intrepid offers a wide range of Family Adventures around the globe. The minimum age (for Family trips) varies depending on destination, and Intrepid has set minimum ages to ensure that the included activities suit each age range. Additionally, you'll notice that some of the more adventurous destinations have a higher minimum age. Please click here full details and FAQs associated with our Family Adventures.

Who will be joining me on my trip with Intrepid?

Intrepid adventures are for travellers with a yearning to get off the beaten track. Whether you're travelling solo, with a group of friends, or are aged 18 or 70, there is an Intrepid adventure to suit your interests and comfort level. Each Intrepid adventure has a physical and cultural grading to help you decide if the trip is right for you. No special skills are required for most adventures, just a sense of adventure and a curiosity about the world. Even on our camping adventures no previous experience is required; our tents are easy to set up, even for first-time campers.

How many people will be on my trip?

Good things come in small packages, which is why we keep our group sizes down. This means we're small enough to remain flexible as we thread our way through communities without intimidating the locals. On most of our trips you'll be part of an intimate group of 12-16 people, though our group sizes are on average 10 people. Our Overland trips are in purpose-built vehicles that can carry up to 24 travellers. Group sizes are displayed on each trip's overview page on our website.

Are there any age restrictions on your trips?

For the majority of our trips the minimum age is 15. An adult must accompany all children under the age of 18. Our Overland Adventures have a minimum age of 18. Younger children can join us on our Family trips and Short Break Adventures, but check each trip for its minimum age, which is located on the trip's overview page on the website. Most of our trips don't have a maximum age limit, but a Self-Assessment Form is required for all passengers 70 years and over.

Can I just do part of the trip?

Although you won't be reimbursed for any portion of the trip unused, you can opt to sign off the trip if you need to leave a day or so earlier. If you let us know before travel that you'll be arriving late or need to leave before the trips ends, we will notify our team on the ground to best accommodate your requirements.

Can I add an extra night on the beginning or end of my group trip, either before or during the trip?

You sure can. Just ask your Travel Advisor at the time of booking.

I'm travelling alone - is that OK?

This is the beauty of the Intrepid style of travel: many of our travellers join because they are travelling solo and want to meet and share experiences with like-minded people. As a solo traveller, you will usually have the choice of either paying a single supplement (available on the majority of trips) to secure your own room, or sharing with someone of the same gender.

I have special dietary requirements - will they be catered for?

We will try our very hardest to accommodate all dietary requirements but in some out-of-the-way places it can be very difficult to guarantee. We will let you know if there are places on your itinerary where this is the case. Please let us know at the time of booking of any food requirements or allergies and we'll pass the information onto your leader. It is also a great idea to bring a card with your dietary requirements written in the local language for those times you are eating away from the group.

What will the food be like on my trip?

Food is one of the most exciting parts of travel. There may be some familiar fare but often you'll be confronted with the new, interesting and downright weird of the culinary world but we like to think of it as an adventure for all the senses. In addition to this, our flexible itineraries often allow you to eat with the group or branch out on your own - this means you can eat to suit any budget or desire.

How do I obtain Trip Notes/itinerary for full details of my trip?

Make sure you bring these with you, your Travel Advisor will ensure you have the latest copy before you depart, however every trip on our website has a set of trip notes, accessible on each itinerary page, that gives you in-depth information about all aspects of your trip.

Do I need travel insurance?

Travel insurance is compulsory for all Intrepid travellers and should be taken out at the time of booking. You must provide proof of your travel insurance on the first day of your trip; you will not be able to join the trip without it.

What does my travel insurance policy need to cover?

At a minimum, your travel insurance should be 'comprehensive', providing cover against personal accident, death, medical expenses, emergency repatriation and personal liability, with a minimum coverage of US$200,000. We also strongly recommend it covers cancellation, curtailment and loss of luggage and personal effects.

How do I find out about the visa requirements for the trip I am interested in?

While Intrepid do include information in their Trip Notes about visa requirements, we always recommend that passengers check with their local embassy as visa rules can change without warning. Embassy websites in your home country will always have information about requirements, visa costs and will provide the required forms. Have a look at our Passports & Visas section.

What type of luggage do you recommend I take?

On most Intrepid trips you will be required to carry your own luggage, sometimes up stairs and on and off transport. We therefore recommend you travel with a backpack. We only have a handful of itineraries where sleeping bags are required and these are generally trips that involve camping. When we use homestays, blankets are provided but some travellers feel more comfortable with their own sleeping bag or sleep sheet. This decision is a personal preference. Refer to your Trip Notes if you are unsure whether a sleeping bag is required.

What clothes and footwear should I take on treks?

On a more physical trip, hiking boots are definitely recommended. If the physical rating is under 3, hiking boots or sneakers/runners will be adequate. Many Intrepid treks will be hiking in near freezing environments so please be sure to research the climate and weather conditions at the time of year you will be trekking and pack accordingly. There is also a packing 'checklist' in your Trip Notes.

Do I need to bring a sleeping bag?

Intrepid only have a handful of itineraries where sleeping bags are required and these are generally trips that involve camping. When Intrepid use homestays, blankets are provided but some travellers feel more comfortable with their own sleeping bag or sleep sheet. This decision is a personal preference. Refer to your Trip Notes if you are unsure whether a sleeping bag is required.

Can I store excess luggage at the starting point hotel?

Most starting point hotels can store your excess luggage for you; however, this is at your own risk. Often a nominal fee is charged for this service. Of course, this is only an advantage if your trip is circular (i.e. returning to the same starting point).

How much should I take in credit cards/cash? Can I use my credit card during my trip?

The Trip Notes include a section on 'Spending money'. Please refer to this for an idea on budgets. It is a good idea to travel with a credit card and ATM card, or a bank issued 'cash card' specifically for travel. Having a couple of options will assure that you are covered if one doesn't work. In certain countries it comes down to potluck if you can withdraw money. One day it'll work, the next it won't, but it will work for your friend. Go figure! Visa cards are more widely accepted than Mastercard.

I'm concerned about the political stability of the country through which my trip will travel.

The safety of our passengers, leaders and operators is a major priority for Intrepid. With this in mind, we monitor world events very closely and Intrepid makes operational decisions based on informed advice from a number of sources, in particular the level of the Australian Government Department of Foreign Affairs & Trade (DFAT) travel advisory. If this advisory is at Level 4 'Do Not Travel' then Intrepid will either cancel the Intrepid operated trip or reroute the itinerary to avoid the areas concerned.

How safe are my belongings whilst on the trip?

While we take all the precautions we can to make sure your belongings are safe, we are travelling to some exciting destinations that are sometimes home to some pretty skilled thieves. Travel insurance is a must and a lockable bag or money belt will always help too.

Will refrigeration be available for medicines? eg. Insulin

Availability of refrigeration cannot be guaranteed. As a general rule, many of our city hotels provide access to small fridges; however, outside of this, especially when trekking or in homestay environments, you cannot rely on access to refrigeration. Please be sure to advise your Global Journeys consultant if you are travelling with medication that requires refrigeration.

What if I get ill or injured on the trip and unable to continue?

Intrepid's leaders are trained to deal with these situations and we will endeavour to get you help as quickly as possible. If you must leave the trip early due to illness, our local offices will help you find appropriate medical care and ensure someone at home is aware of the situation. We will do whatever we can to get you home or on your onward journey. Your travel insurance, which is compulsory on all our trips, should cover any costs incurred if illness occurs.

What time can I check in at my arrival hotel?

Check-in times can vary from hotel to hotel and region to region. Generally, they are between midday and 2pm. If you do arrive earlier, you'll be able to store your luggage with the hotel and head out to explore for a couple of hours.

Can I opt out of certain activities if I want to?

Absolutely. If there are included or optional activities that you don't wish to participate in, you can do your own thing instead. The exception to this is when we are trekking or travelling from one destination to the next. Please note that if you choose to opt out of an included activity, no reimbursement can be made by Intrepid.

Do I get any free time?

The beauty of travelling with Intrepid is that we encourage travellers to explore at their own pace. When you get to a destination, your leader will offer options on what you can do. Some of the group will do one activity, others will opt for something completely different while others may just choose to lie in a hammock and read a book. Your Trip Notes have more details on what your trip's itinerary and timeframes permit.

What if I arrive late and miss part of the trip?

If you know in advance that you will be arriving late, please let your Travel Advisor know. We will notify your leader, who will leave instructions with the hotel reception as to where to meet your group that night or the following morning. If you are late due to unforseen circumstances or flight delays, please call the emergency contact number located in the Trip Notes. Intrepid cannot reimburse you for any portion of the trip unused, but this can often be claimed on your travel insurance.

Will I be able to do any laundry?

Along the way there are usually chances to do laundry, either through your hotel or using local services. Your leader will be able to let you know once you are on the trip.

On Intrepid's camping tours, what facilities are at the campsites?

We have a wide range of camping sites around the globe. They range from having all the creature comforts to bush camping on the plains of the Serengeti with limited facilities (though their amazing vistas make up for this). Most camps will have basic facilities at a minimum. Your Trip Notes will give you a clear indication of what to expect on your decided trip.

Can you provide me a list of places we are staying at?

We are only able to provide information on your joining and finish point accommodation, the details of which are listed in your Trip Notes. As Intrepid likes to support numerous local businesses, we often have a few places in each city that we can alternate our groups between. For this reason, we can't give you a full list before you travel. At the welcome meeting on Day 1, your leader may be able to provide you with this so you can email friends and family back home with the details.

Is accommodation air-conditioned/ heated?

We want our passengers to be as comfortable as possible so when you are headed to a hot climate, it is likely that you will either have a fan or air-con. Of course, if you are staying in remote areas or at homestays, you will need to expect the facilities to be a little more basic.

What type of ground transportation is used?

If it moves there's a good chance you'll be riding on it. The type of transport used depends on your trip style. Find out more or see your Trip Notes for the specific type of transportation used on your journey.

Is tipping commonplace in other parts of the world?

Yes, in most places tipping is expected. At your welcome meeting, ask your leader about the local custom and advice on how much is recommended at restaurants or with local guides.

At the end of your trip, if you're happy with the service you received, providing a tip for the leader - though not compulsory - is appropriate. While it may not be customary to you, it's of great significance to the people who will take care of you during your travels, inspires excellent service, and is an entrenched feature of the tourism industry across many Intrepid destinations.

Generally airport transfers are not included in your trip price unless you're travelling on a Comfort or Independent Journey style trip where an arrival transfer is included. we recommend you arrange a taxi on arrival (this is the most economical and efficient way of getting you to your hotel). For more information on your arrival, refer to the 'Joining Point instructions' in your Trip Notes. Here, Intrepid often indicate the price you can expect to pay for a taxi from the airport to the hotel.

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