Gliding through the Okavango Delta (Botswana) in a dug out Mokoro – the most perfect way to combine a safari experience with a truly unforgettable sunset. Or perhaps reaching the Cabo de Hornos (Cape Horn, Chile) after four days cruising through some of the most remote wilderness imaginable.

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I was born in Wales and grew up between the UK and Australia – so back in the day we travelled pretty extensively. European holidays really sparked my imagination with long road trips through the French countryside and the Swiss Alps.

I turned my love of travel in to my profession nearly a decade ago and when traveling myself I like to combine the quirky (I’ve stayed in old prisons, Mongolian Yurts, Japanese Capsule hotels…) with a healthy mix of art, architecture and history (which I studied at uni.) 


For 2019 I will be returning to New Zealand (always a favourite!) This time I’ll be tackling another of the ‘Great Walks’ and exploring a little more of the North Island.

Later in the year I’ll be heading over to Croatia, Slovenia and Greece.



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The amount of work that you put into the trip was incredible, you don’t really see that until you’re in the middle of it all. We kept saying to each other ‘Hugh has done it again’! We are so grateful to you for helping us to organise such a memorable trip.
— Paul & Kate Murphy