Pelorus, the experiential travel company, are experts in seeking out secluded locations and crafting experiences away from the crowds. As the travel industry adapts to the impact of COVID-19, Pelorus is designing bespoke adventures and yacht expeditions in far-reaching destinations around the globe clients to make plans for future travel.
“Long-term planning is what we excel at and our military planning model is perfect for this,” said Pelorus co-founder Jimmy Carroll in a press release statement. “As people have time on their hands they can start to plan further out and build positivity into their lives by undertaking a project of this nature. We are finding that as people spend more time working from home they have realized the value of spending quality time with each other and have also learned that we cannot take everything for granted, therefore planning an amazing experience balances all of this and gives people a goal to aim for when we can hopefully travel again later in the year.”
Pelorus founders Geordie Mackay-Lewis and Jimmy Carroll are ex-British Army and bring their experience leading British reconnaissance units on long-range desert patrols and helicopter operations to their custom expeditions. With a global network of contacts and an extensive level of research, Pelorus crafts trips that provide a genuine experience of seclusion and escape.
“We will see an adjustment to how people travel and it may encourage people to venture further afield and to find those locations that are more off the grid,” said Carroll. “These locations will require more planning and specialist help and this is exactly where Pelorus can help.”
4. The Colossal Wilderness of Scotland
Pelorus organises tours of Britain’s last frontier of wilderness. Scotland is small in size but rich in beauty and experiences. Guests can base themselves in a luxury Kerala camp, built and designed exclusively for their use.
3. Remote Desert Adventure in Morocco
Visit the Agafay stone desert and experience nomadic life in one of the most isolated areas of Morocco. Activities on this trip can include sand boarding, bread baking, camel trekking, quad biking, hiking and scaling the dunes at sunset and sunrise.
2. The Private Islands of French Polynesia
Embark on a private yacht tour of French Polynesia, stopping off on remote beaches and private islands to discover colorful wildlife and true seclusion.
1. Antarctica, One of the Most Uninhabitable Places on Earth
Experience the far-reaching corners of Antarctica aboard a private superyacht. Kayak or paddle board through the icy waters and cruise close to enormous icebergs that dwarf the superyacht in scale.
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