A 2,800km trip through Iran’s northern regions, from the Turkish to the Afghan borders via the Zagros and Alborz mountains and the Great Salt Desert.
Over six years, A&E doctor Stephen cycled 54,000 miles through 75 countries and six continents visiting remote medical projects en route.
Faced with anxiety and depression, Charlie took the “black dog” for a long walk across America on the Pacific Crest Trail through the heart of the American wilderness.
Join Jenny on her world-first solo mountain running expeditions, including the High Atlas of Morocco and the Sierra Occidental of Bolivia.
Members’ only evening, with quiz and buffet. Then Janet takes us to some remarkable sites in the Judaean desert and to Qumran, Hebron and Jerusalem.
Hiking, climbing and horse riding in the great lakes and stunning Tian Shan Mountains of Kyrgyzstan, as well as a description of attending the 2018 World Nomad Games!
David takes us on a tour of Hawaii, one of the most intriguing places on the planet. See volcanoes, Pearl Harbour, diverse cultures and wildlife.
These islands share Portuguese heritage, but the Azores and Madeira are very much part of Europe, while Cape Verde and Sao Tome have followed their African heritage.
Chris contrasts Arunachal Pradesh in NE India which, as a little-visited remote region, makes an interesting comparison with the more mainstream tourist areas of Nepal.
Journey with Jenny through Botswana, Namibia and the Kingdom of Swaziland as she weaves quirky tales and maybe even a few animal impersonations too!
Paul has spent much of the last 25 years relentlessly pursuing big cats and this talk will be as outspoken and lavishly illustrated as ever... you’ve been warned...
In 2010 Charlie embarked on an odyssey that lasted four years and covered 46,000 miles through Europe, Asia and Africa by foot, bicycle, horse and dugout canoe.
With epic mountain landscapes, a diverse and varied population and an improving security situation, N.Pakistan is again one of adventure travel’s most exciting destinations.
After our AGM Sharon explores three different sides to Tanzania by undertaking a safari, a trip to Zanzibar and a gruelling trek up Africa’s highest mountain, Kilimanjaro.
These are the main items of the programme, but they may be subject to change due to circumstances beyond our control. Other events will be announced at the meetings and in our newsletters.
Members' evenings are given during the season, for members by members, either in their own homes or in the small hall at Onslow Village Hall. Full details and bookings will be available at regular Club meetings.
We would like to be able to offer a programme of Members' Evenings this season, so if you have digital photographs or slides and have some interesting travels to share, please let us know!