This is the classic Flash Pack formula – itineraries packed with immersive experiences – but with minimal physical challenges. Perfect for those seeking something slightly softer from their global adventures.
We’re talking: converted Land Rover stays in Tanzania and purification rituals in Bali… night-time photography in Costa Rica’s cloudforests and farm-to-table cooking classes… gentle kayaking though Kerala’s serene backwaters and sleeping beneath the stars on your own private island (complete with Filipino chef).
Looking for adventure without the exertion? We get it. These trips are for you.
Find Your Soft(er) Adventure
Soft(er) Adventure FAQ
Adventure travel doesn’t have to mean high-stakes activities like mountaineering or whitewater rafting. At the same time, soft adventure doesn’t always mean slow-paced. All our trips are full of bespoke experiences, designed to take you away from the tourist trail into the heart and soul of a destination, whether that’s through quad biking in the Chocolate Hills, roasting and blending your own coffee beans or spotting wildlife from a bamboo raft. The hardest part? Deciding where to go…
At Flash Pack, we ensure you’ll get the most out of your soft(er) solo adventure with our handcrafted group travel packages. Learn more about how it works.
We understand group solo travel can be daunting. But it just might be one of the best things you’ll ever do. Taking on new challenges is what we’re all about at Flash Pack and stepping that little bit outside your comfort zone is often a revelation.
You just need to be brave enough to take that first step – and trust us to take care of the rest… In return, you’ll meet like-minded people – all in their 30s and 40s – and make amazing new friendships along the way.
Back in 2014, our co-founder and keen traveler, Radha Vyas, spotted a gap in the group-tour market for people in their 30s and 40s. So, she set up Flash Pack to deliver immersive, experience-led group adventures for like-minded people at the same life stage. The vast majority of Flashpackers (98%, in fact) arrive solo, before traveling together – and leave having made a whole bunch of new friends.