We subscribe to the basic philosophy that no one should have a bad time in the outdoors. Since most of our adventure programmes require a basic level of physical fitness, we have brought it upon ourselves to encourage our trip participants to tune up their fitness levels with us in our GCS before their trip departure. Carried out locally twice a month, mainly in Bukit Timah Nature Reserve area, GCS is a complimentary programme that is unique to Adventure Quests.
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For centuries, Sri Lanka has seduced travellers who journeyed from near and far for her precious stones, rare spices and many riches. Yet what was it about this mysterious teardrop-shaped island that captured the hearts and minds of those that have traipsed its soil?
The answer lies in the startling diversity of treasures that Sri Lanka hides within the lush confines of her palm-fringed pristine coastline, its verdant rainforests and sea-kissed beaches. Sri Lanka is a fascinating haven for adventure, with something for everyone.
Added to this is the renowned hospitality of her people which truly makes Sri Lanka a paradise for any active traveller. Wherever you go in Sri Lanka, you will be met with warmth by the locals with a proud desire to showcase this serene country at her best ... allowing you to explore the country’s riches at your leisure and never feeling like a stranger.
Come join us on our trips to the Island Paradise of Sri Lanka !
Winter Mountain Getaways
It’s now Winter and have you planned your year end holidays? We at Adventure Quest have some great destinations for you!
Vietnam the land of pho and spring rolls is often overlooked as an adventure destination. From world class beaches to mountain ranges, Vietnam has it all. From now to March it is the best time to visit Vietnam, with the generally cool weather and little to no rain.
Often referred to as the last Shangri-la, Bhutan is one of the last few places on earth which still boast of unspoilt nature scenery and a strong cultural heritage. Billed as the happiest place in Asia, travellers often feel that they have gone back in time when they are trekking through Bhutan. With its strong Buddhism influence, Bhutan’s colourful culture is guaranteed to be one of a kind in the world. Bhutan’s best season is from now to end of May.
For those yearning to try high altitude trekking but clueless on how to begin, our Introduction to High Altitude Trekking programme is your answer. We will shape you up and ship you out for your inaugural high altitude trekking holiday.
This is a specially designed programme that includes physical training and conditioning in Singapore, advice on proper gear and apparel and finally a 10 days overseas trip to catch the spectacular sunrise at the top of Poon Hill Nepal ( 3210m) where you will enjoy the highs of a trekking vacation.
08 - 17 March 2014
17 - 26 April 2014
View the Introduction To High Altitude Trekking Poon Hill pictures on our
Regular Mount Kinabalu Departures
Whether you are an individual looking to join a group or a private group wanting to scale Mt Kinabalu, as well as try out the world's highest "iron road", we have regular departures for: