February 2014

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Crossing the Andes

Ahh, the beautiful Andes! Feast your eyes on this little video, showing a glimpse of what awaits!

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Some thoughts for before you travel

As the rain continues to pour and winter drags on, few can be blamed for lusting after a holiday in the sun and an escape from the daily grind. But as you plan your next trip abroad, it’s worth thinking twice about the lasting impact of your little getaway. No one can deny the incredible […]

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Adventure F**k Yeah

Adventure, f**k yeah!

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Why Travel the World?

Why Travel the World? “Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness, and many of our people need it sorely on these accounts. Broad, wholesome, charitable views of men and things cannot be acquired by vegetating in one little corner of the earth all one’s lifetime.” Mark Twain

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There You Go

Often we are asked why we work in the “not-for-profit” and “beyond profit” sectors. Believe it or not, it is not usually because we are do-gooders who want to change the world for the better – although there is of course a degree to which changing the world, or rather upsetting the systemic structures of […]

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Getting Out There

Getting out there!! Making us happy!

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Into the Mind

Incredible video… (Source: https://www.youtube.com/)

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Our Social Commitment and What Your Expedition Funds

As a social enterprise, Project Cordillera’s central motivator is creating social value. This means that the partnerships we have forged with community-based development organisations, and the local communities of which they are part, are central to our operations as an ethical business. So how does this work in practice? Well, in partnership with leading guiding […]

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Enough is Enough

(Source: https://www.youtube.com/)

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An Illustrated List of People Who Do Good When They Travel

An Illustrated List of People Who Do Good When They Travel Travellers come in many shapes and sizes. They travel with purpose, or roam aimlessly, instigate change or passively pass through, become consumed by wanderlust, drop off the grid, get lost, and find their way back home. There are as many different types of wandering […]

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