Adventures Within Reach offers custom, private treks and cultural tours around the world!
- Cultural tours showing the uniqueness and character of the region
- Treks are achievable by anyone in moderately fit condition
- Adventures for the independent travelers.
Some of our most popular destinations include
- Climb Kilimanjaro
- Safari in Tanzania
- Machu Picchu
- Inca Trail Trek
- Galapagos Islands Cruises
- Everest Base Camp Trek
- Exploring Costa Rica
- Southeast Asia
- Safari in Botswana
- Gorilla Trekking in Rwanda
- Antarctica Expedition Cruises
- And so much more!
Latest News from AdventuresWit
Tori Lieberman, 24, of Tulsa, OK, and her grandfather, Gary Fetterhoff, 70, of Broken Arrow, OK, will be climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro (5,895 meters / 19,340 ft.) on the 7-day Machame Route in February 2016. Mount Kilimanjaro, located three degrees south of the equator in northeastern Tanzania, is the tallest mountain in Africa, and the highest freestanding mountain in the world. To summit Mt. Kilimanjaro, Lieberman and Fetterhoff will be using adventure travel outfitter Adventures within Reach (http://www.AdventuresWithinReach.com). Lieberman has been to Tanzania twice before to visit and work at the Janada L. Batchelor Foundation for Children (http://www.jbfc-online.org/index.html). During one of her trips, Lieberman flew over Mt. Kilimanjaro and decided to add climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro to her bucket list. Lieberman also decided she wanted her grandfather to join her. After three years of Lieberman asking him, Fetterhoff surprised Lieberman by saying yes at the 2014 family Christmas party. Since then, Lieberman [...]Read More
While we have no shortage of love for all of the other great safari countries in Africa, Tanzania has a special place in our heart, not least of all because of Kilimanjaro, the tallest mountain in Africa at 19, 341 glorious feet. The parks are priceless, the cultures endangered, the diversity of habitats incomparable and the wildlife experiences among the best on Earth. Here are a number of our favorite “must-do’s” in Tanzania; even enjoying a couple of these will certainly light a fire that will burn a clear path back to amazing Tanzania for you. 1) PHENOMENAL KATAVI AND THE SOUTHERN CIRCUIT Elephants seen on safari in Ruaha, Tanzania One of the most surprising things for safari travelers to discover about Tanzania is the fact that uniquely, Tanzania is home to both true East African-oriented ecosystems and Southern Africa-oriented ecosystems. No other country can match that. If time allows, [...]Read More
Adventures Within Reach is excited to announce new charity trips for 2015-016 to support the Make A Difference Now (MAD) projects to support children’s education in developing countries. Upcoming trips include hiking the Inca Trail and visiting the Amazon, climbing Kilimanjaro and safari, trekking to Everest Base Camp, biking the Great Wall of China, and the W Trek in Torres del Paine in Patagonia. “Our W Trek in Patagonia sold out, and there is limited space on the Inca Trail trek for 2015, says Robin Paschall of Adventures Within Reach. “These trips are very popular because it is a way to travel and give back to people in need.” The 5-day Inca Trail trek to Machu Picchu will be in June 2015, and an extension to the Amazon can be added. The Kilimanjaro trip will be in July 2015 and is combined with a safari and a few days volunteering [...]Read More
Adventures Within Reach (AWR) announces our 2015 Trip Giveaway Contest. AWR will pick two winners – one to win a 5-day Tanzania safari for 2 people and another to win a 4-day Angkor Wat Tour for 2 people. The winner of theTanzania Safari will receive a 5-day trip for 2 people in a group departure (June 1, 2015 – March 31, 2016, subject to availability). The safari includes 4 nights accommodation, group transportation in safari vehicle, English speaking safari guide, and all national park fees. The winner of the Angkor Wat tour will receive a 4-day trip for 2 people with 3 nights accommodations (subject to availability), 2 days of tours in Angkor Wat, entrance fees, breakfasts, and airport transfers. People can sign up for the contest on the AWR 2015 Trip Giveaway Contest webpage. People can also sign up by visiting the AWR booth at the 2015 New York Times Travel Show (January [...]Read More
Adventures Within Reach (AWR) is excited to announce new charity trips for 2015-2016 to support Make A Difference Now (MAD) projects to support children’s education in developing countries. Upcoming trips include hiking the Inca Trail in Peru and visiting the Amazon, climbing Kilimanjaro and Tanzania safari, trekking to Everest Base Camp in Nepal, biking the Great Wall of China, and the W Trek in Torres del Paine, Patagonia. “Our February 2015 W Trek in Patagonia sold out, and there is limited space on the Inca Trail trek for 2015″ says Robin Paschall of Adventures Within Reach. “These trips are very popular because it is a way to travel and give back to children in need.” The Inca Trail trek to Machu Picchu will be in June 2015 and an extension to the Amazon can be added. The Kilimanjaro trip will be in July 2015 and is combined with a safari and a few days volunteering with the [...]Read More
Dr. Robert J. Wheeler is the oldest person in the world to climb to the summit of Mt. Kilimanjaro. His feat was documented fully and is expected to be entered successfully into Guinness World Records(TM). On October 2, 2014, Wheeler, who is over 85 and a half years old, summited Mt. Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest peak and the world’s highest freestanding mountain (19,340 feet tall). Wheeler trekked to the top of Mt. Kilimanjaro in northeastern Tanzania, with adventure travel outfitter Adventures Within Reach. Wheeler and his son, William “Jack” Wheeler, 46, began their seven-day trek on the Marangu Route, the most popular route to the summit of Mt. Kilimanjaro, in late September 2014, after spending two nights acclimatizing to the altitude. Robert Wheeler told his son that summiting Mt. Kilimanjaro was the hardest thing he’s ever done, even harder than climbing to the top of Aconcaqua (22,841 feet high) in 1985 [...]Read More