Become a Tour Guide With The Adventure Tourism Company Ltd

Do you have passion for a destination or place?Do you want to share your knowledge with others?Do you consider yourself to be adventurous and have the drive to push others too?If so, then The Adventure Tourism Company can make your dream into a reality. We are looking for people who are currently tour guides or…

Windermere

A quick introduction to England’s largest, most interesting and most famous lake, Windermere.

Thirlmere

Every wondered where your water comes from? Reservoirs such as Thirlmere which also offers beautiful views and leisure. Let TATCo take you there

Five Experiences Not to Miss in Tokyo

Five Experiences not to miss in Tokyo 1.Temples – you don’t have to be a Buddhist to enjoy and appreciate a traditional Buddhist service. Make a wish on your way in, write it on a wooden stick and have them burn it in the fire. Take your bag to be blessed. Close your eyes and…

Five Places to Visit in Tokyo

The world’s most populated city has more to offer than convinience. Litter-free streets, almost no crime and the most efficient public transport system in the world make Tokyo a stress-free city, even for the country types. Here’s five places to check out during your time in this unmissable city. Five Places to Visit In Tokyo…

Ten things we’re excited about

The future can be a scary place, no doubt. But its also the most exciting place too, and the future of Adventure Tourism is the most exciting place…in the world…possibly. Here’s a few things the guys at TATCo are looking forward to over the next few years. New locations becoming more accessible – with globalisation…

Bluebird sailing again!

It’s good to hear that the famous Bluebird has been sailing again! Often on my tours of the Lake District, I’ll talk about this incredible boat. Reaching speeds of over three-hundred miles, or five-hundred kilometres an hour, on water before tragically crashing out of the record books forever. Sir Ian Fleming who wrote the James…

Terms and Conditions

By purchasing a product from the “The Adventure Tourism Company Ltd” you are agreeing to the terms and conditions as stated below. The Terms and Conditions set out in this document apply to all products and services provided by The Adventure Tourism Company Ltd. It is compulsory for all clients, suppliers and stakeholders to read…

Adventure Holidays

We at TATCo have created a few adventure holidays to the primary destinations in the world. Offering something different levels of adventure, luxury and inclusions, we are sure that if you’re looking to get way somewhere different, we are the people to travel with. Morocco – The Gateway to Africa Japan – The Perfect Blend…

Moroccan Adventure Tours

Welcome to Morocco, the Gateway to Africa. The Adventure Tourism Company Ltd believes Morocco is the perfect place to begin your Adventure Tourism life. We offer a selection of small group adventures for those looking for ease of travel, education and peace of mind.Alternatively, take a self-guided tour – we’ll plan and book your trip,…

Biking in the Lake District

Whether you want a short guided ride or a multi-day expedition, here at TATCo we can help. With a full fleet of bikes available, qualified guides and expert knowledge, allow us to do hard work of navigation while you to enjoy the scenery. We’ll meet you at your accommodation with the bikes and ride from…

Privacy Policy & GDPR Compliance

We are committed to protecting your privacy. We will only use the information that we collect about you lawfully (in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998) and GDPR regulations. The data we hold on you will used for sending you information regarding your trip and product with us, and also for future products which…

Ambleside – England’s Mountain Town

Commonly referred to as the crossroads of the Lake District, Ambleside plays different roles by being the most central town of the Lake District National Park. It conveniently features in many of our tours which is only a good thing as I’ve never met a sole who didn’t fall in love with this honeypot. On…

Food in Tokyo

Japan Twenty four hours in Tokyo has taught me a few things. Firstly Tokyo is very very large. A sign from the airport said ‘Tokyo, 60km’ even though technically we were in Tokyo. Secondly, it has taught me that Japan is amazing. Its wonderful. I love it. I love food. I have travelled the world…

Japanese Winters

The idea of visiting Japan for an extended period of time wasn’t a new one for me; I’d known about the working holiday visas for a while and loved the idea that it was something different to anywhere else I’d never been before. In recent years I’d seen Asia, but knew Japan was nothing like…

Hitching – How to hitch-hike

Of all of the modes of transport I’ve taken in my life, my favourite by miles is hitching. Why do I like it? It’s completely free – people pick you up because they want company, not because they want money Anyone can do it You meet interesting people (people who pick up hitchers tend to…

Qatar Life

As somebody born in England in 1989, when I hear ‘The Middle East’ I think of extreme heat, dust, war and greedy oil deals. Basically, I don’t think of anything which appeals to me in the slightest; as a result, I thought I should actually come and see this place for myself. So as I write…

Castles and Caledonia – a few days in Scotland

The first time I came to Scotland as an adult was my my best friend Frank. We were escaping an extremely wet Lake District and decided the best thing to do with our time was to cruise the North on public transport as opposed to trekking through the saturated fells. The bus to Edinburgh was…

Desert Biking in Qatar

The term ‘mountain biking’ came about in the States about fifty years ago; Marin county California and some enthusiasts began to build their own bikes specifically with the idea of taking them off-road rather than for cruising the paved boardwalks of the coastal area. Before this, the Swiss army had their own bike regiment, back…

Wikitouring – Touring the Cotswolds During English Summer

My tourism degree taught me many things. It taught me that you should never underestimate the value of Wikipedia, you should never directly copy from Wikipedia and you should never let anybody know you used Wikipedia. Well, finally, I can say that something I learnt at University came in handy this week. Walking into our…

What is Adventure Tourism?

adventure [ad-ven-cher] noun 1. an exciting or very unusual experience. 2. participation in exciting undertakings or enterprises: “the spirit of adventure” 3. a bold, usually risky undertaking; hazardous action of uncertain outcome. 4. to risk or hazard. 5. to take the chance of; dare. 6. to venture to say or utter tourism [too r-iz uh m] 1. the activity or practice of touring,…

Trip Advisor Testimonials

Here you will find reviews of people who have been out with our guides over the last few years. These have been collected from Trip Advisor and Facebook and are available to view at the links provided. Collected from clients who’ve taken tours with our guides, not specifically with our company however, they provide an…

Cambodiadventure – Exploring Cambodia by Motorcycle

Cost US $300 Duration – five days Motorcycle experience needed – as much as you have. Lots, none, it’s all the same out here. Phnom Phen – Battambang – Bak Prea – Battambang – Phnom Phen An exploration of unknown territories and an opportunity for adventure tourism. If you would like to take part in this…

Reflections – a year in Ambleside

A year ago I was trying to find my feet; after an exciting summer in America I was ready for a break and my twelve months in the Lake District has been exactly that. In all of the world, there are few tourist destinations with such irresistible appeal as the Lake District National Park. Home to England’s only…

Lake hunting 

Tour notes:Battambang to Bak Pra Bike needed: off road (maybe large wheeled semi-automatic but will be less comfortable and may struggle with ground clearance and river crossing. XR125 perfect. I took a Honda Transalp) Skill needed: strong confidence with basic controls Equipment: first aid kit, map/GPS, able to replenish drink and fuel on the way,…

Intro to Iceland 2015 – The Ultimate Week-Long Road Trip

So we’re in the the air and there’s a couple of things worth noting about our current situation. The first is that no matter how much I love and implicitly trust my best friend Frank to do the right thing, I am very reliant on him; not just now but for this whole trip going…

The Million Dollar Roadtrip – New York – Miami

4th Sept 2013 Of the last 24 hours of my life, there has been a few things which will stick in my mind for a little while. The first was the moment I drove on the public highway outside of the UK for the first time; a blacked-out seventy thousand dollar Chevy Tahoe with a U-haul trailer attached,…

DS3 Day

There’s no doubt about it – when someone says ‘you want a DS3 Cabrio for the weekend?’ there’s a little bit inside you that gets all giddy and excited. I spent the whole day thinking about where I was going to take it, how many friends I could see with the amount of fuel left…