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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NEH - From Pacific to the Caribbean
From the Pacific to the Caribbean   Ruth (Bristol)

There are few holidays which enable you to swim in two great oceans in one holiday. This is a verdant and beautiful part of the world where the warm weather was reflected in the warmth of local people. The
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itinerary was packed with some amazing experiences but perhaps too much time in the minibus...particularly for a multi-activity based holiday. The kayaking experiences were great and the visit to the Mayan site in Copan, Honduras was magical although rushed. We had a spectacular transit from Nicaragua into El Salvador, by boat, with a fantastic seafood lunch, en route - this was a highlight. The accommodation did not always reflect what was advertised. A beach front hotel did not always transpire as such. The guide's level of English resulted in poor communication and was often incomprehensible so we missed out or could not comprehend important and interesting information about the locations and places of interest on our itinerary. I think this holiday could be improved and I would like to see more activity, more walking to explore the stunning subtropical forests, with more opportunity to view wildlife.
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MAF - Arctic Wilderness Week Finland
Arctic Wilderness Week Finland   Nigel (SWINDON)

This is a trip which my wife and I always wanted to go on. We've recently returned and i have to say it was first class. The hotel was in a great location and was really lovely. The staff were very helpful
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and the food and service in their restaurant was first rate. My wife is a veggie but they made some excellent meals for her and i ate a lot of the meat on offer. What made this holiday special was the trips. The snowmobiling is good fun and the snowshoeing is ok. The hotel is also at the top of a ski slope but you will have done all the slopes in a morning even if you are a beginner but its a nice break on your day off. The best thing is the huskies. You get taken out to a farm where there are about 80 huskies. we shared a sledge for the first two days and on the third day we were in control of our own sledge with our own dogs. I can't explain how much fun it was being with the digs and then stopping for a picnic which was sausages, soup and toasties over a camp fire in the middle of a snowy forest. It's amazing. We stayed out in a lodge which was a really nice idea. We cut out an ice hole and retrieved our own water so that the group of us could cook and fire up the sauna! It was a bucket list holiday which didn't disappoint. We even saw the northern lights on the last night. No special kit is required because they give you everything but we would recommend packing walking and skiing kit (especially base layers) to keep you warm. Ideal for couples or families - it's a wonderful trip!
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NEH - From Pacific to the Caribbean
From the Pacific to the Caribbean   Philip (CARLISLE)

Apart from the last 3 days when we had a different driver/guide the trip was a badly run disgrace. There are too many things for me to list as we've already wasted enough time on the holiday. Main things, 3
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hotels were changed to poorer ones, transfer times were greatly underestimated and the guide was very lacking in information, especially when things went wrong, as he didn't seem to know what any possible solutions could be. 11 customers who won't be booking with KE again.
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FSL - Sri Lanka Family Island Explorer
Sri Lanka Family Island Explorer   Jane (OXFORD)

Thoroughly enjoyable experience. The range of places we visited, mix of activity and wildlife, culture and company made for a really lovely holiday. We would definitely consider a KE adventure holiday in the
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