Cattara offers travel to remote destinations worldwide.

Cattara offers a variety of activities, including adventure treks, cultural tours, walks, river rafting, and expeditions to the most fascinating places on earth! Our passion for out of the ordinary travel is reflected in our leadership, intimate group sizes, and custom crafted itineraries. We are committed to ensuring that your travel is experiential, environmentally responsible, and culturally sensitive.

Upcoming Destinations

Uganda and Rwanda

February 1 – 12, 2024 &
February 15 – 26, 2024

Insider’s Morocco

April 26 – May 11, 2024

Machu Picchu: The Salcantay Trek

May 27 - June 6, 2024

Ladakh – A Journey to “Little Tibet”

June 26 - July 12,2024

Nepal: Mustang Trek & Cultural Adventure

September 9 - 27, 2024

Trekking the Georgian Caucasus

September 30 – October 11, 2024

Best of Indochine

November 7 - 21, 2024

Celebrating Antarctica

February 6 – 18 , 2025

Uganda and Rwanda

January 8 – 19, 2025

Trekking in Patagonia National Park

February 19 – March 2, 2025
with an Optional Extension to Monte San Lorenzo
March 2 – 5, 2025

Peru the Salcantay Trek

May 26 – June 5, 2025

Best of the Dolomites

June 2025

The Great Walk of Africa

July 13 – 28
July 27 – August 11, 2025

The Best of Everest

November 2025

Check out our recent African Adventure

The Great Walk of Africa

The Great Walk is 100 miles in length and we take eleven days to do it. It crosses Tsavo National Park, one of the most remote and wild places in East Africa. It is a chance to view a vast variety of wildlife in their natural habitat, and learn about them. This safari is more than just about seeing animals. It involves many different aspects of Africa, including wilderness, landscape, history, wildlife, with a physical challenge to make the ultimate experience a rewarding one. The Great Walk does not offer wild animals “behind every bush”, as they would be seen from a conventional safari vehicle in tourist parks such as the Maasai Mara, Amboseli, and Ngorongoro Crater. The Great Walk is all about seeing the wildlife on its own terms in a region where they are unused to human contact. One of the main reasons for doing this safari is to experience the world of the elephant, one of the most intelligent, interesting, and threatened forms of life on our planet. Latest census shows that there are nearly 15,000 remaining in Tsavo. We will enter country roamed by one of Kenya’s largest lion populations, and stand a good chance of seeing other predators such as leopard and cheetah. It is a safari for active people who love wildlife. There is enough walking and exercise to stay fit, but not exhausting (about six to ten miles per day). There will be downtime most afternoons for a nap, to write a journal, or to read a book; occasional quiet time during the walks when one can think, or tune out; some amazing and at times exhilarating wildlife encounters on foot; evening game drives to get close up photos of animals; fantastic birding; a remote wild setting and quiet starry nights punctuated with wild animal calls; spectacular campsites; simple comfortable camps (not over-the-top boutique chic); healthy campfire cooking; a cold Tusker beer or a glass of wine around the fire.

The Great Walk: The Longest Walk in Africa

Join us for our next trip

July 13 – 28  &  July 27 – August 11, 2025

We look forward to hearing from you.
Please call if you would like to speak with us about arranging a custom private trip to one of our destinations worldwide.