Rest is Found in the Wilderness
We all feel drained by the battles we face, but God doesn’t call us into a relationship of complacency and boredom. The Living Spirit that rose Jesus from the grave lives inside of us. Often it takes us disconnecting from the daily grind and meeting with Him in the wilderness to rekindle this truth and find renewed energy.
Uncharted Adventures provides a unique time to fellowship, to pause, and to feel refreshed — and for the Lord to light a fire in your soul. The Israelites fled to the wilderness for grace and prevision, and to rest in the Lord. The Lord will meet you here in the wilderness this week.
THE UNCHARTED DIFFERENCE
We Go Where Others Won’t
We offer trips that other travel agencies won’t. Maybe it’s because we were the kids that played with matches when we were younger. Or maybe it’s because there are remote cultures and people out there that are worth reaching and exploring.
While we travel to potentially dangerous areas of the world, we never risk the safety of our team. We have national leaders on the ground that watch our every step and advise if plans need to change or places should be avoided. We are trained to have contingency plans if things need to adapt.
We focus on fun, life-changing expeditions that will bring you up-close and personal to the text in your Bible. Our desire is for you to leave with a love for the people of the land and fresh perspective on your faith.
We’ve dined with Bedouins in the desert, played soccer with schools in the West Bank, and climbing previously inaccessible mountains. Our connections open up insider experiences unavailable on other travel tours.
Wild at Heart
Anyone can ride on a bus and see the sites. Take the trail less traveled on our expeditions that include kayaking, rock climbing, camping, and more. We have a range of options to choose from for all ages and fitness levels.
We would trade 5 star dining for a 5 mile hike any day. Our trips are designed to be budget-friendly without sacrificing quality.
Our guides can take the stress out of planning a big trip. Whether it’s stateside or in the desert of the Middle East, chances are we’ve been there and know all the in’s and out’s.
Meet the Guides
A pastor’s family born and raised in the Colorado mountains. Known for their love of remote travel, telling a good story, and their commitment to making their faith known. Their ability to provide extraordinary experiences and make connections with locals is unparalleled. From the Middle East to the Midwest, their depth of knowledge runs deep.
Josh has been experiencing people groups and their cultures for over a decade. He leads expeditions to some of the most dangerous and remote countries on the planet. His beautiful wife Jessie is a wild soul and adventurer at heart as well. They have three amazing sons together.
From a young age, Tommy strived to be outside, from the deserts of the American southwest to the mountains of Colorado. His love for God’s creation and strong desire to serve those in need led him to organize relief missions internationally. Tommy’s home base is in the Lone Star State and adventures domestically and abroad whenever possible.
Tom & Joann Doyle
Tom & JoAnn Doyle have been leading trips to the Holy Land since 1995 and have developed a passion for ministering to the people of the region. They have authored many books together including Women Who Risk: Secret Agents for Jesus in A Muslim World.
Yes, it is safe. Well if you watch the news it’s not. We have national leaders on the ground that watch our every step and they will only take us to safe places. There are unsafe places in the Middle East, likewise there are unsafe places in the US. We are trained to have contingency plans if things were to go awry.
Yes. If you have other travel arrangements and choose to get your own flight please contact your trip leader. Flights must arrive within a 2.5-hour window of the designated set time or you’re on your own for transportation. Shuttle or Taxi can be arranged with trip leader.
Yes, you’re able to use Social Media however when we’re in sensitive areas we ask that you respect our Nationals, but keep our location private.
No, you will need to have your Passport on your person daily as it will be needed to get entry into Biblical sites. It is also safer to have your Passport in a zippered pocket, pouch around your waist so it will reduce the chance of theft or misplacement.
We recommend bringing 100 – 300 dollars so you can buy souvenirs for those back at home.