Expeditions have not only shaped the way we see the World, they have shaped the World
From the very first migrations from the cradle of Africa, Polynesian settlement across
the Pacific, the Roman conquest of Britain, the Age of Discovery, ground-breaking
research by Darwin and Wallace and even the Moon landing; all are products of our
innate curiosity, our desire to explore and to challenge the boundaries of what we
Today, perhaps the most common view of an expedition is as an antiquated, often colonial
endeavour, led by a privileged few.
But the truth is, there are more expeditions being embarked upon now than ever before,
with several hundred endeavours leaving the UK every year, staffed by people from
all walks of life.
There may be no great new landmasses to discover, but Mayan sites are uncovered in
the jungles of Central America on an almost yearly basis and research in the island
of New Guinea over the last fifteen years has uncovered 1100 species never before
known to science.
For the foreseeable future, as long as our thirst for knowledge remains, the days
of the expedition are not gone; yet some of the rules have changed.
The foundations of expeditions are as old as Mankind and the impetus for expeditions
is our very nature.
Bryn Morgan Expeditions can help you get out there. So why not take your place?
If you would like assistance with training, planning, protocol and logistics, someone
to lead your trip or even an original, bespoke expedition, then just contact me
Greater awareness and more informed times demand greater sensitivity, more analysis
and more co-operation than ever before.
The right attitude, the right level of preparation mentally, physically and strategically
can mean the difference between failure and success.