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We have carefully designed our trips to offer freedom, flexibility and time to explore.  We make time to get off the beaten track and canoe down the Lower Zambezi rather than travelling the overland tarmac trails that others take.  We prefer to base ourselves in Chile’s Torres del Paine National Park and allow people to trek the famous 'W' walk rather than sightsee from a tourist bus or boat.  And we occasionally delight in finding ourselves lost (or temporarily misplaced) in Mongolia en route to a nomadic encampment.

In the brochure, trip notes and on the website we give an indication of optional activities that you may wish to do whilst on your trip. These activities can be arranged whilst you are on your trip and the Dragoman crew may be able to assist you in arranging these. All payments for these activities are made whilst you are overseas, usually directly with the activity supplier.

Optional activities mentioned by Dragoman but not included in the trip price do not form part of your contract with Dragoman. As such you accept that any assistance given by Dragoman crew members or local representatives in arranging optional activities does not render us liable for them in any way. The Dragoman crew are assisting you in arranging these activities for your added enjoyment whilst on your trip.

Amongst the many activities you can enjoy on a Dragoman overland trip, trekking is the most popular. Take a look at the below trekking options – after all, it’s the journey and not just the destination….

Trekking Options