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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Volcano above Lake Atitlan
Treasures of Guatemala and Belize   Kerry (Rotherham)

Many, many highlights! From staring into the bubbling crater of Pacaya and eating by headtorch watching Fuego erupt in the distance to enjoying the sunset over Lake Atitlan after a great day canoeing and
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hiking - we knew this was going to be a special holiday after the first couple of days. Juan and Welber made an excellent pairing as guide and driver and their knowledge of Maya and other indiginous cultures was superb. Tikal is simply stunning and Juan brought it fully back to life as it truly is his passion. Caye Caulker and Crooked Tree are equally stunning. TIPS: Take walking poles for Pacaya and walking boots not walking-style trainers - that lava dust gets everywhere! Take US dollars for Belize (exchange rate fixed at 2:1 so everywhere accepts them) You may have to try a couple of ATMs in Antigua to get Guatemalan quetzels - the banks will change dollars to quetzels but only $200 a day and it is quite time-comsuming as they have an issue with money laudering.
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FSL - Sri Lanka Family Island Explorer
Sri Lanka Family Island Explorer   Michael (Teddington)

We thoroughly enjoyed our Sri Lanka tour and felt it provided a great mix of activities ( trekking, whitewater rafting, swimming, etc), culture (visiting ancient buddhist temples and through our excellent guide
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about the history of the island) and to cap it all a great fun group dynamic. Also the little personal touches, like playing a game of cricket with some locals, really made for a memorable experience .
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Cappadocia fairy chimneys
Turkey Mountains Family Adventure   Barnabas (Bristol)

We had an absolutely fantastic holiday, starting just 3 weeks after the attempted coup. We felt completely safe and very well cared for at all times, and kept on saying to each other how much we would have
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missed out on had we cancelled as a result of the political situation. The UK government travel advice was sound - although there was no time when we felt we needed to be particularly vigilant. The local people we met were all very welcoming, and several thanked us for coming in these difficult times. Our guide, Ibrahim, was absolutely superb, at times acting like a welcome third parent to our daughters, aged 10 and nearly 12. He knew the mountains, and paths in Kapadokya, really well and made the - at times challenging - walking really enjoyable. He picked up on the things we were interested in, arranging extra trips to accommodate these, such as visits to mosques and a carpet factory. We really enjoyed all our conversations with him, and felt we learnt a huge amount about the environment, culture and political situation of Turkey. He is an absolutely lovely person, as is the driver, Ahamed. Highlights were horseriding, local (not touristy!) hamman, mountain trek, underground city - and pretty much everything! We were invited in for tea by shepherds on the mountains, who were very friendly - one gave my daughters rides on his donkey and made us some hiking sticks (which we managed to get home on the plane!) The cave hotel was awesome, and the campsites in stunning settings. The food was absolutely delicious, and we all enjoyed pretty much every meal. If you've not travelled Turkish Airlines before, they are excellent - the seats were comfortable, staff friendly and entertainment system excellent for all ages. You might like to bring your own food though... and perhaps your own headphones. It would be worth bringing hiking sticks if you have them for the rough mountain paths, and good walking boots are absolutely essential. Have a great time if you decided to go on this holiday! We recommend it 100% if you like a bit of a physical challenge on holiday and are up for anything.
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Kayaking from Dubrovnik
101 Smiles on the Dalmatian Coast   Christopher (Bath)

Great mix of activity and family time. Superb guide really knowledgable and great with the children.