IGO offer unforgettable trips in incredible places.
IGO was born out of personal, life-changing adventures, the atmosphere is one of challenge, exploration and camaraderie – all set against a backdrop of stunning, natural beauty and remote wildernesses.
Each carefully chosen location is steeped in adventure history; whether that’s the place Scott trained for his Arctic expedition in Norway, where Thomas Jefferson sent Lewis and Clark to explore the then-unchartered West of America, where the Berbers held the Roman empire at bay in Morocco, or ancient battlefields in Scotland – there is something for everyone.
Whilst the challenges themselves are physical, the effects are more far-reaching. Arriving in camp after a long day, the feeling of achievement is undeniable. Strangers become friends, united by a common goal and shared experience.
IGO’s require effort; physical, mental & emotional. But it’s more than simply completing the four days; it’s about being at the threshold of your comfort zone, testing your inner resolve, your determination and drive, and ultimately achieving something extraordinary.
True adventure is done in the wild. On an IGO you will be largely self-suffcient, responsible for your own welfare, and removed from civilisation for the duration.