White water and wilderness tripping

FAQ

How did you choose all destinations for your trips?
I've been to a lot of wilderness places around the world in my life. For our long trips ( Alaska, Canada, Mona) I simply picked the best of the best out of what I've seen and tried.
For short trips, the choice was quite easy, as there are no other places like Hudson River gorge or La Parguera lagoon: they are easily accessible for most of our clients and offerening so many attractions and activities with no downside at all.
Why should we go with you, and not with some other guys?
Most of our trips are unique. Even when you can find alternatives, our prices will be lower, and service - better, comare to anyone else. This is especially so with Alska and Canada trips. We can do it, because we organize our tours not during the short season, as local outfitters always do, but all year aroud. Thus, we do not rip our clients for huge profits. In fact, in many instances, our clients would not pay less if they were to organize the same trip on their own. Why so? Because of our knowledge of logistics and using our own boats and gear.
Another strong reason to go with us is next: we do it in different style. We do not think about our wilderness trips as "business first" events. We go in as a team, and we have a shared goal of having a real Adventure and seeing the beauty of unspoiled nature.
Finally, we have a lot of experience and excellent gear to make our trips safe and enjoyable.
There is no price list on your site. How much it will cost to join you trips?
Prices for our trips depend on options selected by the group. They also depend on other factors and may change at any time. Here is what we carrently charge for most basic options selected:

Alaska, Kobuk: $3250 per person (from Fairbanks to Fairbanks, all inclusive.)

Mona Island: $1,299 per peson (from Aguadilla, PR). Some discounts available for couples and families.

Quebec, Mouchalagane: $1,750 per person

La Parguera kiting:
for self-travelling group, with board and accommodations, without rental car, pre-payment:
1 person : $385 per day per person
2 persons: $325 per day per person
3 persons: $275 per day per person
4 persons: $250 per day per person

Dominican Republic
1) Basic package ( villa accomodations, meals, transportation ): $100 per person per day
2) Sports and activities:
kiteboarding: + $0 (self) - $125 (lessons) per day
paragliding: + $150 per day
other activities:
+ $100 whole day (5-6 hours),
+ $75 half-day (2.5-3 hours) - first activity (any given day); $50 half-day - subsequent activities (same day)


Hudson River rafting/kayaking: $150 per person for weekend (includes food and transportation.)
Where can I find out more about kiteboarding sport?
Internet will be the best source of information if you never tried this sport before.

Our plans

Open calendar
Tours to Dominican Republic
kiteboarding, horse riding, diving and other sports Oct 24 - Oct 31, 2010 Nov 24 - Nov 29, 2010 dates TBD - Feb, 2011
Tour to Mona Island in Caribbean
world of wonderful caves November 2010
Ski trip to Crested Butte, Colorado
expert level ski lessons on a world-class mountain Jan 22-30, 2010 or TBD
Tours to la Parguera, Puerto Rico
kiteboarding and other water sports Jan - June, 2011
Adirondacks and Hudson River weekends
class 2-3 whitewater, fishing, camping June 2011
Tour to a wild Canadian river
on inflatable kayaks and catamarans, class 3 and 4 whitewater July, 2011
Tour to Kobuk river, Alaska
on inflatable kayaks and catamarans July 28 - August 08, 2011 August 07 - August 14, 2011 August 14 - August 29, 2011 August 28 - September 5, 2011

Downhill skis trainings

From November till March Vermont and Upstate New York

I'll definitely come back to La Parguera to advance my kiteboarding skills and ride the board in one of the most beautifull settings in the world. Alex Fisher