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Karibu Unveils 2024 Season with Exclusive Curated Tours

Edmonton, June 1, 2023 – karibu adventures, a new player in the sustainable and transformational adventure travel industry, is thrilled to release the 2024 tour season and the dates of its three curated journeys to unique destinations in Canada and Italy. The itineraries have been consciously designed for curious, active adventurers seeking raw and real nature and cultural experiences to less traveled hidden gems.

Italy’s Alta Valsesia

karibu is adding new departures to its signature cultural and hiking tour in Italy’s Alta Valsesia region for 2024 expanding its offerings from two to five departures.

This place-based, immersive seven-day journey showcases breathtaking guided hikes, delicious regional food, and authentic cultural connections in one of Italy’s best-kept secrets; the Alta Valsesia.

A UNESCO Geopark and World Heritage Site, the Alta Valsesia is nestled at the foot of the Monte Rosa, the second highest peak in the Alps. It is also where karibu’s family has lived for 500 years.

June and September are ideal months to explore Alta Valsesia and karibu adventures will be leading three spectacular tours on June 16th, 23rd and 30th and two in September on the 1st and 8th of 2024.

North Vancouver Island, British Columbia

The one-of-a-kind Wild North Vancouver Island is a magical seven-day exploration of the Island’s remote Northern Coast and Indigenous culture, land, marine wildlife and awe-inspiring scenery. The intimate journey offers an active sea-kayaking exploration of the glacier carved Johnstone Strait and mystical Great Bear Rainforest with exhilarating wildlife encounters. Complemented by immersive Indigenous cultural exchanges with community leaders, storytellers and artists, this tour delivers a profound and transformational adventure in one of Canada’s most pristine regions.

karibu adventures will be leading three Wild Northern Vancouver Island tours next summer on August 19th, 26th and September 2nd.

Ontario’s Temagami Wilderness Area

The "quintessential Canada” tour in the Temagami wilderness area in Northern Ontario is a six-day fly-in canoe adventure through one of the country’s canoeing meccas. The Temagami Ontario tour offers everything travellers dream of when they think of Canada. From flying in a bush plane to staying in a classic backcountry lodge and camping under the stars, this tour immerses travellers in the unspoiled beauty of the Temagami region.

In 2024 karibu adventures will operate tours to Ontario’s Temagami region throughout August.

“We are very careful about the number of trips we take to any destination, and we only go at the best times of year for specific locales. ‘Travel not Trample’ is one of our guiding principles and we don’t believe in conveyor belt travel,” explained karibu adventures' founder, Andrea Mandel Campbell. “We are nevertheless thrilled to provide more opportunity to share the beauty of these unique wild places with people because we believe that creating that connection not only feeds our soul but is our best way of protecting what makes these places so special.”

To celebrate the release of the 2024 season, karibu adventures is extending a limited-time offer to travellers interested in booking a 2024 adventure at the current 2023 rate.

Stay tuned! karibu adventures will soon announce a new winter 2024 tour destination. A warm weather adventure in a stunning island location within the Lesser Antilles.

For more information on karibu adventures’ tours please visit: or contact

More About karibu adventures:

karibu is a sustainable active adventure company with a mission to share some of the world’s amazing wild places, and help keep them that way. karibu adventures was founded in 2022 by Andrea Mandel-Campbell, a corporate advisor, best-selling author and former Financial Times correspondent. As a proud Canadian company, karibu adventures is committed to partnering with indigenous and local communities in the spirit of true reconciliation and economic inclusion.

karibu is the Swahili word for ‘welcome,’ and is inspired by Caribou, the French Canadian and Algonquin name for the North American reindeer. The woodland caribou, which rely on large tracts of old growth boreal forest to live, are critically endangered, and in some places, are on the verge of extinction. They are a bellwether of how we care for nature and the planet. They are relying on us to take better care.

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Rosy Pearl
Rosy Pearl
Jun 01, 2023

Bea - Thanks for your comments about our endangered Caribou ! 😪

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