Finding ourselves in the remotest places.

We're making it easy for you to explore the frontiers of our world and your mind.

Start traveling for real.

When was the last time you went somewhere without googling it first?

Out of convenience, people stick to what they know, and trust what has been painstakingly reviewed. Sometimes it feels like everything worth doing has been done, and every place worth seeing has been seen. Even if we make the effort and find ourselves in an exotic place, we have still taken our connectivity, conveniences and career with us.

We have transplanted our home to our destination.

What we find exotic abroad may be what we hunger for in vain at home.

What if we stripped away the noise and the frills?

Let’s take inspiration from storied expeditions and explorers in years past. Let’s celebrate travel for what it should be - adventurous, exploratory, transformative.

Janevic on Winter Migration
Jialuo Lake

Feed your explorer’s spirit.

Ernest Shackleton, Amelia Earhart, Zheng He. Facing the unknown, these heroes willingly sacrificed everything

Janevic on Winter Migration
Jialuo Lake

Expeditions into the wilderness.

Ernest Shackleton, Amelia Earhart, Zheng He. Facing the unknown, these heroes willingly sacrificed everything

Endurance in the wild makes you appreciate real life

This section should be dedicated to wy the focus on 'physical' 'wild' experiences as opposed to yoga retreats.

Travel today is transplanting everything we have at home, to an ‘exotic’ place. We take our connectivity, food, conveniences, work and problems with us. It feels like everything has been discovered, but that couldn’t be further from the truth. For most people, we limit our travel to what is well-documented, well-known and similar to what we are used to. Taking inspiration from the greatest expeditions and explorers of the past, we wanted to strip away the noise and amenities to truly bring about transformative and pure exploratory experiences.

The foundlost expedition

For explorers who want to stray off the beaten path.

  • Endure

    Test your mettle. Push your body and mind past what you thought possible.

  • Roam

    Unplug yourself from routine and conveniences. Find your sense of purpose renewed.

  • Immersion

    Make room for new stories, new friendships and new goals. Embrace a new you.