About our Multi-Activity holidays


  • White water rafting in the Sacred Valley of the Incas
  • Camel ride in the desert and overnight at a Bedouin Camp
  • Canyon into the Dead Sea in Jordan
  • Learn to surf in the Pacific at El Cuco
  • Horse-ride, bike and trek in the `Land of the Volcanoes`

Our exciting range of multi activity holidays are designed to show off the highlights of the regions they visit, whilst also including a variety of activities. With a choice of activity holidays both in the summer and winter, you will find a whole range of exciting and sometimes adrenalin-fuelled sports and other elements. You can raft, rock climb, horse-ride, cycle, kayak, hike and much more on one of our summer multi-activity holidays. Whilst on a Winter Activity Holiday you can try out cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, dog sledging, ice fishing and even overnight in an igloo! Details of all our winter holidays can also be found in our Winter Adventure section.

Multi activity holidays are as much about exhilarating experiences as they are about the landscapes and culture of a destination. You could be white water rafting in the Sacred Valley of the Incas, trekking on the slopes of an active volcano, canyoning down into the Dead Sea or Camel riding with the Bedouin in the Sahara desert.

The activities included are aimed to suit everyone from action heroes to complete novices. All equipment and training is provided, so no previous experience is necessarily required. A 'go-for-it' attitude and a reasonable level of fitness are however needed.

If you are looking for a holiday with a difference and want a new challenge each day, our multi-activity holidays might just be the adventure for you. You may even discover talents that you never knew existed!

Latest Multi-Activity traveller reviews

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FPE - On the Tapas Trail - Family Adventure in Spain
On the Tapas Trail - Family Adventure   Richard & Sophie Smout (Aberdeenshire, Scotland)

Rosana (our guide) is a star. She has to be the most helpful and friendly trip leader ever. She is great with the kids and patient with the adults. Sergio took us canyoning and he was very safety focused. He
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really did look after Sophie and afterwards said she was the youngest ever to do it.
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SMAP - School Trek - Inca Trail and Machu Picchu
School Trek - Inca Trail and Machu Picchu   Harriet Rawet (Fulford School 2011)

We spent two weeks doing charitable work with local communities and trekking through beautiful scenery. The best experience of my life

SMAP - School Trek - Inca Trail and Machu Picchu
School Trek - Inca Trail and Machu Picchu   Andrew Webster (King Edward VI Five Ways School)

Having just returned from Peru with our school group I wanted to say a very big thank you to KE Adventure for organising such a wonderful holiday. The success was very much down to Dalmiro and Claudia who were
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the best local guides that I have ever come across on any overseas trip. They worked very hard to make our trip a success and nothing was too much trouble for them.
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FTM - Anatolian Family Adventure
Anatolian Family Adventure   MacDonnell Family (London )

Tuna Ozdemir is an excellent guide. He is very careful with all arrangements; He is extremely knowledgeable about trekking and the archaeological heritage of the area, which enriched all our travels. He knows
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the mountain passes so well, trekking is pleasant and never an effort or a rush. Tuna also kindly altered the plans to allow us to see the lovely Ihlara valley and a fascinating museum in Kayseri. Tuna arranged for us to go hot-ballooning too. Tuna has a dry humour that we all appreciated and a genuine love of the mountains that we shared.

All amenities were excellent. Very nice hotel in Cappadocia. Beautiful location for camping sites.
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