To follow up on our popular Pitcairn island tours we will now be launching a series of one off tours to some of the world's most remote places! Today we are happy to announce a winter 2019/20 roadtrip to the coldest inhabited town on earth, Oymyakon in Siberia. We'll spend 2 weeks driving the full length of the Road of Bones from Yakutsk to Magadan experiencing temperatures from -50c to -60c . We'll meet the hardy people living off of this land, reindeer farmers and fisherman, as well as a side trip to a former gulag whose occupants built this impossible road. Due to the nature of these types of trips, we plan to work flexibly on the dates with those who wish to attend as we appreciate the appeal is limited 😁 If you think this trip, in the £3-4k price range, might be for you, then just email email@example.com to register interest. 2 of the 5 places already look to have gone.
Tomorrow will see the launch of one of our remotest trips to date, can you guess where we'll be going?
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Abandoned Barrio 18 prison, El Salvador.
Victory Day parade on May 9th in Tiraspol. Taken by our tour leader Emmet on one of our Transnistria tours earlier this week. Both Russian and Transnistrian flags are usually flown and some years Russian tanks even show up. All of our Transnistria tours line up with either Victory Day or Independence day for the parades.
We've just launched the cheapest ever tour to North Korea. £250 including the NK visa to visit Sinujiu for the day, tours nearly every single day!