Today's Best Adventure Travel Deals

Find the adventure of a lifetime

My Adventure Store are the one-stop shop for adventure travel, offering a wide range of unique trips from the leading tour brands in the market. Part of the Flight Centre Travel Group, we are the experts in designing adventure holidays to destinations from across all corners of the globe.

Specialising in small-group tours lead by local guides, you'll travel the authentic way ─ experiencing a destination through the eyes of a local.

We've been to over 142 countries and all seven continents, so we really practice what we preach. But that's not where we stop ─ we are a full service travel agency. We can arrange your entire, flights, accommodation, insurance ─ let us do the hard stuff!

Prepare to have your breath taken away by the vast range of adventures we can offer you. There's nowhere too big, small, remote or central that we can't make happen.

So whether you want to trek Everest, walk the Cinque Terre or simply relax on Halong Bay, we can help you to plan your dream adventure - anywhere in the world.

Why book with My Adventure Store

  • Between us we've travelled through 142 countries and all seven continents.

  • Through our travel partners we tailor the right experience for you.

  • Specialising in small group journeys led by experienced local guides.

  • Wherever you are in the world, we've got your back.

Read about our adventures

The Best of Burma ›

Friday, 20th May

The Best of Burma What do you know about Burma? You might know it is also called Myanmar. Maybe you’ve heard of Aung San Suu Kyi. And you might know someone who has travelled to Burma lately. And that might be where you knowledge … Continue reading

South East Asia’s best preserved Old Town ›

Thursday, 19th May

South East Asia’s best preserved Old Town Hoi An’s historic section can look so beautiful at times that it gives the false impression of being fake. There are faux “Old Towns” in almost every country in Asia – areas which have been built in … Continue reading