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Scroll down and watch the testimonial videos to find out what people who have come along thought.


"I’ve had loads of experiences and been to 50+ countries multiple times but it’s hard to describe how good it actually is here! For me, I can honestly say, it’s been the best trip of my life, it was simply spectacular. The group, the way they were vetted and the way we all jived was as if we had been friends for years, it was fantastic! We went deep, we had great conversations, we talked about everything, it was an incredible group, of I would say, friends for life which is kind of unique considering some us just met 7 days ago. It just made it a whole lot more fun to just joke around, I think the tribe makes a difference, I’ve loved it. I’ve had a chance to really connect with people, talking to them for hours and hours. It’s hard to put into words how great a trip it was, I’ve been riding for 30 years and it’s the best riding I’ve ever had. Just put your trust in Matt who’s a great leader and Chris and their team that backs them because they really have done the homework here and care for you throughout the adventure. It’s far surpassed what I could have imagined, I’d say just do it! Just dive in!"

"It’s really been good because when I came in I knew I wasn’t physically where I wanted to be in my life and I've made a firm decision when I go back I’m going to correct that and so on the next trip I’m going to be more solid. and also on the spiritual end, I’m going to begin meditating and just putting these practices into my life and that’s huge! So those are huge emotional shifts that I’ve made. I knew intellectually I wanted to make them but this trip hit me in the gut and said it’s time to make a move and it’s time to make a transformation. I absolutely loved it and I’m so happy I said yes!"


“Holy shit that was unbelievable on all realms. From the people, experiences, diversity, elements of surprise, to just being in the moment - it was awesome being in that space. The people were fantastic, the friendships that were developed and the sharing that happened, those were the ingredients and the adventure happened from all of that! It's not 100% cushy, there's areas where it is uncomfortable but I like leaning into those areas of life. For me it's hard to ask for help so to do that and accept it, it was nice to be in that place. One of the things I like about AdventureX is they make sure that the personalities have a high chance of connecting even though they are diverse personalities. Great leadership and thought has gone into this, a lot of caring and a lot of pushing to your limits which is awesome. It’s jam packed and so if you’re into that type of adventure, this is a good one for that. If you’re open to being a learner and growing and sharing with other people, this is another great place to expand and learn about yourself and help other people develop and what better place to do it than in Bhutan! I enjoyed the push as much as the flow."

"It helped revalidate my unique gifts and how I can leverage those for a greater purpose so that was a sweet gift! It’s a shift and I feel like the biggest moments in life happen with really small shifts and over a period of time you end up in a totally different place. I’m ecstatically happy I was invited to come along. I’m totally pumped, it was the best thing. Really high impact experiences are really hard to describe because in each persons eye or viewpoint of perspective there’s a different experience. Just go, experience it and be excited to be wow’d.”


“As you get to a certain age you don’t get the same opportunity for adventures like this, I had my eye on it for a couple of years and finally decided to pull the trigger. I was looking for something different, something a little more adventurous and to travel in a way that you really can’t get in other places. It exceeded my expectations in terms of what it was going to be and I’m very happy I came along.

The group was really well curated, we immediately hit it off and fell into a really good routine. The relationships we built and the experiences we had over this time was really impactful. I also liked the fact you didn’t know what to expect next, it’s so rare in life. We live in a world now where we have our schedules and you know what you’re doing six months, a year out, every week is so well curated and planned for meetings and family and this and that, you know exactly what’s coming next and what you’re doing. To have an experience where you have no idea what you’re doing is a complete surprise and that is so unique. It made this so much more fun and impactful.

I learned that we’re all more capable than we think and I just loved the fact we were able to trek across the country feeling like we were the first ones through and just spending time with people in a meaningful way. It was a really powerful experience.

Matt and Chris are so different from each other but in such a complimentary way. Matt did such an incredible job curating and planning an amazing trip and paid attention to every single detail and every single contingency and when you do something like this, the reality is you’re most likely halfway across the world doing something that is on the outer bounds of what is in your normal everyday life and you need to be able to have trust and confidence in the person that’s leading it. Matt and Chris really pulled that together. From a group dynamics perspective, Chris just cares so much about everyone in the group and really helped pull this group of strangers and we’re leaving after a week or so as lifelong friends and that’s really a tribute to the two of them.

I’m very glad I came along and I can’t believe it’s over. I’d love to do it again. It’s one of those things where it’s hard to take time away from work and hard to take time away from family but looking back it was time well spent, really meaningful and something I will always remember and always look back at in a really fond way.

If you get accepted, you’d be foolish not to come along and if in your gut, you feel this is really something you’d like to do, do it. We have one life to live and it’s experiences like this that make it worthwhile. I’ve loved it and I hope other people can experience it in the same way.”


“I wanted an experience that wasn’t going to be like an experience you were going to get somewhere else, something you learn from and pushes you and is done in a way that you really get to learn about a country with someone who’s highly capable and able to lead you through challenging experiences.

I was initially apprehensive but I immediately got to meet the people from the group and realised they were a lot like me. I expected to have a really interesting experience but I didn’t expect to be around a group of people that was open and talking about stuff going on in their lives and have the ability to connect with people deeply.

Bhutan is such an amazing country and this is really the only way to really see it and get to experience it. One of the great things about this trip is to really push yourself and do some stuff that was a little scary or intimidating at first, knowing that they have the experience to get you out of any situation and deal with anything that came up was incredibly comforting. I’m really glad that I came along and quite honestly, given some stuff that was going on at work, I was starting to wonder right before the trip if I should come and if it was unreasonable to step away from the business and come and do this but I’m incredibly glad that I did and you know, it was all fine. Work can all wait, my family supported me, life can wait for you to take trips like this.

I think it’s a tremendous experience and if you have the opportunity to take the trip, you definitely should. I was going to say it’s a once-in-a-lifetime thing but I plan on doing it again, so I’d say it’s a must-in-a-lifetime opportunity. The thing that made it so enjoyable for me was being open to the people and experiences that you have, I feel I fucking crushed that. That is how I showed up and I think that’s what made it such a great trip.”


"The trip as a whole was just incredible. Setting it up as a mystery adds even more excitement. Greenland is a place which very few people have visited or even live. Every day was something different and unique.

Spending time travelling and forming a connection with not only the environment you’re in but with the group I’ve been a part of is the biggest takeaway for me that I will ponder and think differently about how I approach these type of adventures in the future. I’d hugely value the opportunity to come back because I think this is an environment that’s going to change in the coming years.

Matt and Chris are both incredible individuals, both unique in their own respects. I think they complement each other really well. We’ve spent a lot of time not only out doing some physically challenging things but we’ve also spent time pondering from an intellectual and spiritual perspective and they bring a well rounded and balanced perspective through both of their personalities.

It’s incredible to see some of the individual paths that they’ve been on in their own lives and they’ve been very open and transparent in sharing and I’ve really respected and appreciated that. The other thing that stands out for me is that although they’ve been the organisers of the trip and in some respects, leaders, they’ve never actively taken a leadership role or authority of the group. We’ve really gelled together and they’ve seen themselves as much participants as leaders which is quite unique.

For others interested in doing an adventure like this, I think just dive in. There’s obviously quite a lot of mystery to what you’re signing up to. We’ve talked a lot about operating from the head and the heart and the gut. If your heart and gut are saying yes this is something that I want to step into and challenge myself, I would say just go for it and let the mystery unfold as it does along the way."


“By far the biggest theme of this trip is to live in the moment and to focus on the present. And to be in a place like Bhutan where it’s engrained in the culture and the religion and the people, it really hammers home the point and I think we have near zero ability to do that. It’s something we really focussed on, that’s what I’m going to take home.

All the time we had both alone and the quiet moments which you get, is very precious. I think I shared with the group where I had a really good, connected, spiritual moment and I don’t think I’ll ever forget that. We had the ability to be present, to think about life a little bit and I think that’s one of the most beautiful moments I had on this trip.

We all felt it as participants, there’s almost a guilt on the participants' end because we know how much care, thoughtfulness and love, their heart and soul is in this trip and you felt it. I think one of the main outcomes of AdventureX is to stretch your boundaries so you realise what’s true discomfort, what’s comfort and feel that variance. Deep down inside, I think people know whether they need to come on one of these trips.”


“This trip was absolutely mind-blowing. It is authentic and real and gritty. This is one of those moments in life that I will always be able to look back on and draw a strength from. It absolutely pushed me beyond some of my normal boundaries. There was always an unexpected surprise, I learned to really enjoy leaning into that unknown, it was liberating. It is incredibly different to anything else that is out there."

This experience helped me to realize that I’m in control of my future. That means that it’s up to me to lay hold of the path I want to take.


"It feels like an experience more than a trip, something that you can’t find anywhere else. The combination of adventure, people and connection is very unique. The location itself was unique too, the landscapes, the places we went and doing experiences that I’ve never had before with people I just met but felt really connected to was definitely special because a lot of trips when you go with other groups of people, you don’t get to know them that well, and this was definitely a different kind of experience.

My two favourite bits were watching a polar bear on the hunt and jumping into the water from a floating iceberg, that was incredible! I’ll take home a lot of memories, new friends and a newfound appreciation for the wilderness and for places like Greenland that seem to be changing so quickly. I think remembering it in this state is going to be important.

Matt and Chris were amazing, they work really well together and compliment each other. It was very easy to get comfortable being around them and to get to know them. I loved how they were willing to push the limits but also watch out for our well-being and keep things safe. I felt taken care of but also pushed, that’s a fine line to walk and they did that extremely well.

Thank you for this experience, it was amazing. I loved every moment of it and a lot of things surprised me how much I enjoyed, even the downtime, so thank you very much."


"I really don't know where you can do anything like this in the world, I'll come on every trip if they let me. It's truly unique and one of the best experiences of my life. It was so well curated in terms of people and activities and it's given me a lot of clarity about myself and what I should be working on. The unique aspect of this trip is the relationships and people you meet. I've had an instant connection with everyone and hope to know them for the rest of my life."

This adventure helped me understand why I think the way I do, and that although unconventional, it will continue to serve me going forward.


"Brilliant things happen when we disconnect and often times when things are least expected we get the most from them. The trip was different on a number of levels. In terms of Matt and Chris, they weren’t afraid to tell the truth which shows that they respect me and want us to have those transformations. The adventure allowed me to accept a lot. People aren’t even thinking outside the box like this much less managing it and putting it together”

As time has passed and I've reflected, this experience was able to give me full clarity, confidence and power that I had been searching for, for over eight years. I've now followed my heart and created a company rooted in Disney Theme Park experiences.


“I’ve loved the scenery, the environment and the cool little tribe we have here - they’re some amazing people. I learned that I'm a lot more capable than I think I am and also that I’m not as crazy as I think I am and there’s others like me. Be prepared to have an experience that will last with you forever."

This experience is one that will catapult that growth to heights you probably didn't even know possible. The perseverance to keep climbing, the authenticity to go deeper, the awareness to truly see yourself in a new light and keep learning is second to none.