Cambodia

Though it boasts a deep and rich history, Cambodia has not been on the international travel radar for long. This newness leads to a country positively blooming with new and uncharted experiences. Step away from the hordes of tourists and escape into a kingdom of authentic adventure.

Ecuador

Ecuador is the smallest of all the Andean countries, but this enchanting destination has huge appeal because of its vast historical, cultural, and natural wonders. This tiny republic, no larger than the state of Nevada, straddles two worlds–the ancient and the modern–with tantalizing remnants of past civilizations and Spanish conquests.

Ireland

The Emerald Isle is the type of destination that evokes a powerful reaction when mentioned. Even those who haven't visited love it, and those that have are forever enchanted by it's charm. Whether it's the old world city streets, the Wild Atlantic Way, or the charm of the Irish people, there is something about Ireland that stays with you after you've visited.

Kenya

It all started for Chip and Sandy Cunningham, founders of Outside GO, as far back as 1972 when their dear friend Philip Osborne saw a need for a new kind of Safari, one away from the maddening crowds, where local people were empowered and offered an opportunity for a better life; where education, conservation and adventure all crossed paths! 

Namibia

As if visiting another planet, Namibia's savannah and bushland expanses boast awe-inspiring vistas that are out of this world. One of the least populated countries in Africa, you will find peace and incredible adventure in this land of bold colors and immense desert.

New Zealand

New Zealand is known to many as the adventure capitol of the world, and for good reason. Here on two islands with roughly the same land-mass as Colorado you can find nearly every landscape in the world. Dramatic fjordlands and peaceful sounds, seemingly endless white sandy beaches, lush green rainforests, stretches of fertile farmland, powerful glaciers, volcanoes, geysers, and more. We've discovered something to do in every one of them.