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Ah, the traditional Easter chocolate binge. Quickly followed by the traditional Easter wallow of shame. But it’s all good, we have the perfect solution, an excuse to travel and work off those egg-based calories: Intrepid Active Trips. Hiking through the Borneo rainforest or kayaking off the coast of Croatia, whatever you choose we guarantee we’ll get your wanderlust and heart rate pumping. Check out some of our top Active Trips below...

Our favourite active trips

10 Days From €2,349

Amazing wildlife, both on land and underwater, is the drawcard of the remote Galapagos...

8 Days From €760

Walk, ride and raft in the outdoor paradise that is the Pyrenees. Visit Andorra, bike...

9 Days From €1,565

This Sabah Adventure tour through the Borneo wilderness will truly capture your...

12 Days From €1,266

Jump aboard an active tour of Northern Thailand. Visit Bangkok, explore Chiang Mai,...

8 Days From €1,285

Pump up the octane on this active Croatia adventure. Enjoy hiking, mountain biking,...

4 Days From €322

Trekking in Chiang Mai, explore Thailand's lush jungle areas, go rafting on the Mae...

8 Days From €1,295

Based in Bled, hike Mt Vogel, bike through Triglav National Park and raft the rapids of...

Each journey may begin with a single step, but some require a few more steps than others. Below are some of our most popular walking and trekking trips.

Top cycling holidays

Whether you're lycra clad and nose to the wind or simply a Sunday cyclist, we have a cycling trip for you.

Other wanderlust packed and heart rate pumping adventures...

Essential walking & trekking info

About our cycling trips

Traveller reviews

Our Walking trips score an average of 4.82 out of 5 based on 1170 reviews in the last year.

Active Galapagos, December 2017

Victoria Scherer

Everest Base Camp, December 2017

Bill Messenger

Everest Base Camp, November 2017

Sergio Patronilo

Everest Base Camp, December 2017

Carl Rudolph