This is a wildlife expedition that attempts to be the first to cross the peninsular of Liverpool Land.
Leaving behind only our sled tracks on the ice and taking away only great memories, everything we take in comes out. We employ environmentally sensitive camping procedures – such as leaving nothing behind - and are aware of the fragile eco system we are traveling in.
We want to ensure this trip has a minimal impact on the environment, therefore there will be only be four to eight team members and the itinerary is a one-off so will not be repeated.
You will be issued with instructions as to how you can help to preserve the environment and will be given a full briefing by your expedition leader on cultural sensitivities for the local region. We hope that you will follow our advice to help make a difference.
We stay in guesthouses that are run by local people and the helicopter company, Air Alpha, is run and staffed by locals. As with all our tours, we pay all accommodation owners and other staff a fair (well above the average rate) and prompt wage. We treat every individual equally and with respect and we expect clients to respect and observe this policy.