Intrepid Sightseeing

  • Join us for a truly authentic experience of Persian hospitality. Meet a local family in their home for enlightening conversation over a delicious home cooked meal. Learn how to prepare the best local culinary delights and experience how an Iranian family lives and entertains their guests. 
    4 hours
  • Go retro-hipster-glam on the island of Bali with an afternoon “safari” to some of Bali’s best beaches and beach clubs, where the only hunting you’ll do will be choosing the next great cocktail. There are no wild animals on this safari (unless your group gets a little wild after a few martinis!). Instead, you’ll travel the southwestern Bali coast in a modified 1980 VW Kombi — a bit of retro hipster style to complement your afternoon cocktail adventure. But of course, Bali is not just bars and restaurants — far from it! So along the way, we’ll take you to a small, seldom-seen temple built on a rock in the ocean, where it’s said that fertility prayers are answered (we make no promises).Your long, lazy afternoon is all organised, the bars are booked, and the drinks are chilled and waiting — time to hit the Bali road!
    9 hours
  • Know that saying, "Life is like a box of chocolates: you never know what you're going to get"? Well, we like to say that Taipei Taxi Diary is like a box of chocolates — because you never know who you're going to meet! So pluck up your courage and get a true local experience of Taipei with a taxi driver as your own personal guide.
    4 hours
  • Lose yourself in the bustle of Yangon as the city comes alive at sunset. Experience a city evening the way locals do, when night market stalls open and residents finish work and take to the streets. You’ll shop, eat, and drink the evening away in the narrow alleyways frequented by locals but often ignored by tourists. Taste a few local foods, meet some local people, and lounge about downtown with new friends and a cold beer at the end of it all.  Proceeds from all Yangon tours departing on February 28, 2015 will be donated to the #hopeforSkye campaign to help children with Sanfilippo Syndrome. For more information, visit
    2.5 hours
  • Across the Yangon River, the region of Twante is home to the "Oh-Bo pottery" community. Take a trip by local ferry and on foot to visit the artisans who create pottery using traditional methods and local materials. Feeling creative? Dive in with a hands-on lesson (literally) and learn how it's made. Finish it all off with lunch and a spectacular view from one of Myanmar's highest pagodas. Proceeds from all Yangon tours departing on February 28, 2015 will be donated to the #hopeforSkye campaign to help children with Sanfilippo Syndrome. For more information, visit
    5-6 hours
  • Love the look of our San Jose tours, but feel like customising them to make exactly the tour you're looking for? Well, you're in the right place.    Put our team of local experts to work to build the perfect itinerary just for you. You can include some of the components of our regular tours, or none at all. This is your tour — so make it your own! If you're not sure, we've got plenty of ideas for what you might want to include. If you let our team of expert locals know your interests, they will come up with all kinds of things!
    San Jose
    To Be Advised
  • Wannabe fishies, this is your tour! Explore the underwater world of the Red Sea on this Dahab diving tour for beginners. Even if you’ve never swum with a snorkel, by the end of this day tour, you’ll know the ins and outs of basic diving, while also getting to explore the colourful corals and abundant marine life of Dahab’s Red Sea. This one-day beginners’ course includes two ocean dives that can then be credited toward an Open Water course — because you know once you dive, you’ll want to go deeper.
    7 hours
  • Think you know your Malbec? Become a bona fide expert in Argentine wine with a customized lesson and tasting session, led by a local connoisseur who truly knows the ways of the grape. Sneak away to a hidden wine cellar where you’ll get your wine 101 training underway — paired, of course, with some samples of that delicious drink (purely for research, of course!). Finish it all off with a coffee break at one of the coolest cafés in Buenos Aires.
    Buenos Aires
    3 hours
  • The Dutch don't talk much about their food, unless it’s about pancakes! Pannekoeken are a traditional Dutch treat — sometimes sweet, sometimes savoury, but always delicious! Enjoy this two-hour pancake lunch with David de Slingeraar, your cook, in an historic landmark, the Karthuizerhof — a 14th century monastery turned into 20th century subsidised housing and open garden space. David is 45 years old and has lived in A’dam his whole life (as have four generations of de Slingeraars before him). He has some Jewish history — hence the name David “the slinger” — but spends most of his time now slinging food for people in the local neighbourhood he knows so well. The Dutch base their meals on what they call “the trinity”: two veggies and a meat (oh, and don’t forget the cheese, please!), and David will teach you about these traditions in Dutch cuisine as you enjoy a classic meal of pannekoeken. He looks forward to welcoming you into his home for a tasty Dutch meal.
    2.5 hours to 3 hours