Northern Thailand is famous for deep jungles and rushing whitewater. One of the planet’s most biological diverse regions, Chiang Mai is the ideal jumping off point for new and experienced adventurers alike.
Two hours of daily instruction with a professional surf coach. All professional sports equipment is provided (wetsuits, booties, surf boards, etc).
Japan’s world-famous Hakuba Valley boasts nine separate ski resorts and over 200 ski and snowboard runs for riders of all abilities, making it the ideal location for student groups with a spectrum of experience levels.
Bali, the mystical island province of Indonesia, is an ideal setting for a week of fun adventure travel and meaningful service work.
With its fascinating history, natural beauty, easy access and friendly locals, Siem Reap is quickly rising in popularity as a locale for health and wellness retreats.
Although Hong Kong is a famously metropolitan center, it is also host to some of Asia’s most beautiful natural features. One of Hong Kong’s best kept secrets is Lantau Island.
Situated on the shore of idyllic West Lake, Hangzhou is one of China’s most beautiful and prosperous cities.
Famous the world over for its restorative effect on its visitor and thriving wellness community, the island of Bali is fast becoming one of Peninsula’s most sought-after destinations.
Peninsula’s Yunnan Adventure Week is a jam-packed program that allows participants to take full advantage of the stunning pristine beauty of the legendary ‘Yosemite Valley’ of southwestern China.
Tongzhou Island is a four-square-kilometer retreat a few hours away from Beijing. Set along the Fuchun River, purpose-built and developed for the purpose of promoting participation in canoeing, kayaking and other water-based adventure sports, TZI offers the perfect setting for students to develop confidence in their skills.