Journey to the vibrant heart of Mexico to meet the modern day Maya, keeping their time-honored traditions alive against the odds. Explore the origins of the ancient Maya empire renowned for being remarkably ahead of its time, yet even now shrouded in mystery. The empire stretched across Central America leaving behind a legacy of many different types of Maya communities spread out over these lands.

  • 11

    Days

  • N America

  • Tropical

  • Casual

  • 5

Lean into your inner wildness and allow yourself to explore these colder landscapes, hunting, scavenging and savouring all that it can offer you. In traditional Inuktitut dialect, Inuit translates as ‘the people’. Previously, Inuits were referred to as "Eskimos" which derives from an Algonquian word meaning "Eaters of Raw Flesh". Traditionally this Arctic Native American tribe are known as fishers and hunters. Today they continue this custom, hunting a range of animals from whales to walrus, polar bears to arctic foxes and also more commonly, fish and birds.

  • N America

  • Polar

The Naso is also known as Teribe, which means “river of the Grandmother”. They inhabit the mountainous jungle region of north-western Panama for many centuries, however, upon the arrival of the Spanish in the 17th century, their community was decimated. Today, they live along the Teribe River in the La Amistad International Park.

  • 7

    Days

  • N America

  • Tropical

  • Medium

  • 5