Expeditions

2019 Flores

Flores is a little island in the Atlantic ocean. It belongs to the Azores. Besides enormous amount of flowers, there are plenty of waterfalls as well. It is really canyoning paradise. Our team chose this place at the end of September 2019. And it was worth it! 

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2018 Spirit of Jaguar

The green colour is all around us. The vegetation uses each ray of sun and closes the sky above our heads. We fight through the jungle of the mysterious Sierra Maugalida mountains. Indians from Hodi tribe accopmany us and search for the path. Nobody from Europe crossed this jungle before. Now, we understand why.  more

2017 Tugela Falls

Johannesburg, 26.11.2017 -  the Slovak expedition managed to abseil of the second highest waterfall of the Earth. It is official first abseil of Tugela Falls. It is located in the national park Royal Natal in Drakensbergen, South Africa. Its heigh is 948 meters. more


2017 Cormor - the cave system

It was another nice trip to traverse canyons in the italien Alps. The most adventurous one was the canyon Cormor for sure. It is located under the Bernina Peak, so its water was pretty icy. We knew about its underground labyrinth. What we didn´t know what to expect...   more

2015 Bras Magasine

January 2015 - there are storms on the tropical island Reunion every day. The conditions for canyoning are absolutely inappropriate. To traverse a difficult canyon usually takes two or three days. The weather forecast is not optimistic. However, do we try it?

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2014 Lodrino

"I am so glad we managed to traverse canyons Trou de Fer (Reunion Island), Gorg Blau y sa Fosca (Malorca) Lodrino (Switzerland)..." describes his feeling Miro Dušek. 

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2014 Sa Fosca

Amazing traverse of the beautiful canyon hidden deep in the mountains of Mallorca. 8.5.2014 Torrent Gorg Blau „Sa Fosca“, the start is at 7 am. We chose the „Pas des Duro“ because of the low water level. It is about half an hour of hike befor heading into the underground...  more

2012 Gojeb river

Once again we return to Ethiopia with the goal to raft down unknown river. The expedion members are: Maťo Fabiánek, Miro Dušek, Tomino Lukačovič, Ivan Bulík and me. We meet in the herath of Africa to raft the river of hippos, wild animals and beautiful nature.  

2012 K2 expedition

As my first son reached the age of 18, I took him on the journey through the Mongolia to let him see different styles of live and different values. This years my second son reached the age of 18 and I decided to make a trek to K2 basecamp with him.


2012 Himba people

The Himba people live in the Kunene region of northern Namibia. There are between 20,000 and 50,000 Himba people. The Himba are closely related to the Herero people. About 240,000 Herero people live in Namibia, Botswana and Angola. They belong to the Bantu group of African nations. The Himba and Herero speak the same language. The Himba raise cattle and goats. more

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2011 Suri

Suri or Shuri is the name of a sedentary pastoral people and its Nilo-Saharan language. They inhabit the Bench Maji Zone of the Southern Nations, Nationalities, and People's Region (SNNPR) in Ethiopia as well as parts of neighbouring South Sudan. Some are also found west of Mizan Teferi.[3] Population: 20,622 more

2010 - South Pole by ski

(By Correne Coetzer) A Slovak team sent news over to ExplorersWeb's NewsDesk about a Ski Last Degree expedition to the South Pole. They were guided by experienced polar explorer Peter Valusiak. Adventure Consultants' team with ANI guide and chef, Ronnie Finaas and leader Guy Cotter completed the LD. Latitude Expeditions' Christian Eide and 7 Summits Club's Alex Abramov are currently on the Antarctic plateau.


2010 Trou de Fer - Iron hole

Knock! Knock! Knock! A hammer makes a monotonous sound, tapping away holes in the vertical wall of the canyon La Riviere des Roches.A plague is already prepared. Deep beneath us, the soul of our friend Jirko rests somewhere below the rip. Exactly one year ago, he came here, to Réunion Island, to conquer Trou de Fer.  more

2009 Karnali river

They thought that there would be little to surprise them on the wild water... But the wild Himalayan Karnali river changed everything. The wilderness had prepared an unforgettable adventure for the Slovak rafters.Slovak rafters conquered the wild Nepalese Karnali river.  more

2009 Himalayas by bike

We undertook the journey across the Himalayas to Ladakh on bikes.  700 kilometres through different saddlebacks, including Kanzum La 4,551m, Baralacha La 4,892 m, Lachulung La 5,065 m, Polo Kongka La 4,800 m, Namshang La 4,800 m and Khardung La 5,600m. We crossed impressive valleys like Kinnaur, Spiti, Lahaul, Tso Moriri and the Indus Valley. We mostly used well-maintained military mountain roads close to the Tibetan border, guarded by the Chinese. We had to arrange special permits, but it was really worth it. more