Our goal is to ensure you have an awesome trip, and make memories that will last. We add a range of features into all our trips so you can experience it all.
Our tours are opportunities! They are designed for you to relax, have fun, explore and immerse yourself in multi-day experiences that forge new friendships. We walk, kayak, cave, trek, abseil, whilst exploring the majestic sights. Our trips are fully catered with nutritious healthy meals, fully chauffeured, and expertly guided. We plan so you can enjoy!
All our walks are graded from 2 – 5, with 2 being easy and 5 being hard. See this grading page for more information to help you choose the walk that is right for you. No matter what you do, there is always a TSA guide to support and provide assistance.
The cost for the event includes all your requirements for the day including car pooling assistance and park entry fees. Plus our supportive and motivating guides and all your food the day out ????
As with all of our events, our trips vary in length and difficulty. We suggest you look at the grading provided and have a browse through the itinerary distances. If you can walk 20km day after day then you’ll be fine for the Larapinta Trek, or you may be more suited to wandering around the Bay of Fires and more leisurely beach walking. Remember that you will have weeks to months to build up your fitness before the trip – which we can help with! If still in doubt, give us a call.
Our day events include morning and afternoon snacks, a full lunch and possibly some nibbles along the way. All our food is healthy and nutritious and you won’t be hungry.
Our qualified chef and nutritionist will ensure that your dietary requirements are met. Please contact us to discuss any dietary concerns you may have.
Yes, generally kids over 12 are allowed under adult supervision. An indemnity form must be signed by the parent/guardian that is accompanying the child.
Then you’ll have more time to chat to one of our enthusiastic and supportive guides, as we don’t leave anyone at the back. If this is your biggest concern, then fear no more as everyone who has been on our events has finished with pride and happiness that they came out and gave it a go!
No. TSA carries comprehensive first kits and all guides are Wilderness First Aid qualified.
This is one of our most common questions, and our recommendation is that for most of our day walks you should wear your most comfortable footwear. Don’t wear your old hiking boots from 20 years ago, and don’t wear thongs or sandals. Bottom line is your runners are probably the best choice unless you have some comfortable hiking shoes or trail runners. In some circumstances you may want footwear with better grip than runners, particularly for muddy winter walks. If you are still in doubt, bring along both pairs and get our guides recommendation on the day.
Our events are designed for a range of people. Commonly, women between 35-55 years old, with 50% coming on their own for the first time. However we do have a good percentage of couple, ladies and men younger and older… so the answer is everyone. Just come along and you’ll have a great experience with like-minded people.
As part of the service we provide, we can assist with arranging car pooling for you. This means we can put people in touch with others to enable car sharing to the walk location.
You are required to carry 2 litres of fluids in a water bladder or bottles for a day walk. During summer this requirement will be 3 litres as it can sometimes be hot and thirsty work out there!
Generally No. We will let you know if water is available at the start or along the way, but we strongly recommend you bring enough for the day.
Our participants are generally people in their 30’s-60’s with similar interests to you. Come along, meet new friends and see why our tours are so highly regarded.
Yes, the majority of our walks have toilets at the start. We will send out information when you make a booking and this will have details of toilet facilities at the start or along the way. Some of our walks start from odd locations and we will let you know if there are no facilities available.
Yes, we recommend bringing a rain jacket if the weather looks a bit ’iffy’.
You are welcome to being poles if you use them. We also have sets you can borrow if you would like to try hiking poles before you go and buy some.
Apart from bringing your own sleeping bag, we can assist with everything else! We can arrange equipment or assist you to purchase suitable equipment for any outdoor activity. So don’t let equipment stand in the way of your adventure. We also provide a complete pack list, plus a little side list of what not to bring!
We provide all dinners, lunches, breakfasts, morning and afternoon tea and all snacks for the event. We also supply all the cooking equipment and prepare your meals for you – what service!
We know you’re new to this, but please remember you have to carry what you bring. So NO spare food, extra extra clothes, spare shoes, radios, speakers, makeup cases, unnecessary toiletries, mirrors, phone chargers, big books, kindles, iPads etc etc etc. Everyone carries a bit of food, so make sure you leave some space in your rucksack.
The cost for the event includes all the usual things like bookings, permits, park entry and camping fees. It also includes car pooling assistance, our supportive and motivating guides plus all your food for the entire hike. If you need, we can also supply your tent, mat and rucksack so all you need is some clothes. Our guides also carry all the cooking equipment, plus most of the food and we even prepare it for you!
We won’t sugarcoat it, overnight hiking can be hard work! But you know what, the reward is ALWAYS worth it and every one of our clients has revelled in their accomplishment. The biggest factor is overnight hiking is not the walking, not the terrain, or the distance – it’s carrying the rucksack. So our suggestion is to grab a bag, fill it up with stuff and start going for walks.
Mmmm, sometimes… Depending on which walk you book into, some walks have toilet facilities and some require you to go bush. There are NO shower facilities on an overnight hikes, however there are rivers, streams, and beaches though ????
Yes, we strongly recommend bringing a rain jacket if inclement weather is expected during the event.
No. You are welcome to bring them if you have them, however they are not mandatory.