There’s a rhythm to life.

International Expeditions' new Motion collection of travel adventures, blends invigorating physical activity - hiking, biking and kayaking - with the natural beauty, history and culture of some remarkable destinations.

Away from the noise and neon lights, activate your senses, ignite your passion for exploration, and engage your drive for personal achievement. Stand at the summit of magnificent mountain peaks of the Dolomites in Italy, follow in the footsteps of the Inca while trekking Lodge to Lodge Trek in Peru, and search for iconic wildlife by kayak as you explore British Columbia. Along the way you'll enjoy delicious food, comfortable accommodations, and the camaraderie of welcoming locals. 



Take a step back in time and step up for adventure alpine style to discover the Dolomites one of the best hiking regions in the world and a UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, located in northeastern Italy. Via a variety of treks, enjoy stunning mountain range panoramas, rich European history and culture and picturesque meadows boasting some 1,500 species of wildflowers.

Relax after active days at the family-run Hotel Adler, providing a 400-year history and wealth of amenities including indoor pool, sauna, solarium and gourmet restaurant. 

Hike and Bike Italy



Amid Andean peaks and misty cloud forest, hike in the footsteps of the Inca and cross paths with indigenous people in this physically active and culturally rewarding experience! Featuring spectacular scenery, archaeological wonder, deluxe mountain lodges and physical challenge, Lodge to Lodge on the Inca Trail reveals the majesty of Machu Picchu and the adventurer within.

Trek Lodge to Lodge in Peru



From wild landscapes and heart-pumping outdoor activities to award-winning boutique accommodations, uncover a world of adventure and natural beauty in British Columbia. Go the extra mile with hiking, biking and sea kayaking, plus whale and grizzly bear watching to explore all you and this pristine wilderness have to offer.

Explore British Columbia