The Inca Rally.
We love the roads less travelled, local communities and foreign cultures. We seek the unexpected, the challenges and the victories. We want to test ourselves and help others.
Here at the Inca Rally, we get a kick out of hurling ourselves headfirst into the unknown, armed with just a questionable confidence in our ability to get ourselves out of any sticky situations. We're about shaking the safe monotony of daily life and plunging straight into adventurous randomness.
However, we're not just interested in meaningless, mind-blowing fun. We are also a generous and charitable bunch and would love to play our part in getting the world in tip-top condition and helping a few people along the way.
That's why we're big fans of doing fundraising for some remarkable charities. We also donate our lovely cars at the end to some noble Guyanese, such as teachers and doctors, who will use them to benefit their communities.
The Inca Rally is not about comfort or style. We don't think it's much fun to plough along nice paved roads in fuel thirsty Range Rovers. For that we could just stay at home with the soccer mums. We don't want to make it too easy. After all, this is not an organised pensioners’ tour.
Instead, we'd like you to go in a vehicle entirely unsuited to the beautiful terrain that we'll be driving through. This is not just for our amusement, but also to guarantee that you'll get stuck in with the locals and have some incredible stories to share back home.
There is a sense of pride in pushing a little Ford Fiesta through countless challenges that cannot be achieved on the safe and predictable roads back home.
This is real adventure. With a purpose.