Adam Fry

Senior Travel Designer

Adam’s curiosity, for what lies around the next corner, has ensured that adventure is never too far away. From stints living in Mexico, Argentina, Uruguay, and the Scottish Highlands, he has a truly global outlook. Latin America is his passion (indeed, his first glimpse of Rio de Janeiro was following a month-long Atlantic crossing aboard a 68ft ketch just in time for the beginning of the World Cup!), but he also has extensive experience across various countries.

Coordination, organization, and delivery of expeditionary travel are his particular skills. With experiences that range from sipping yerba mate with gauchos in remote cowsheds on the Chilean border to coordinating Saami folk singing under the Northern Lights in Arctic Norway, his focus is always on ensuring that the experience gives the client new perspectives and life-defining moments. A passionate advocate for the environmental value of meaningful, well-considered travel, he has been involved in both the B Corp and the 1% For The Planet Movements. He has worked at the intersection between expeditionary travel, personal development, and bespoke experiences.

Outside of work, he is kept busy by his young daughters, instilling in them a deep love and care for the natural world by spending plenty of time outside, in the hills, and by the water.

Number one unforgettable travel experience?

Crossing the Atlantic in a 68 foot ketch. After 16 days at sea, seeing the outline of the semi-utopian island of Fernando de Noronha felt like a dream. Touching land and fully appreciating its solidity will live long in the memory!

Top of your travel bucket list?

I’d love to go deep into mountain lion tracking in Montana after reading a few things by esteemed wildlife writer Jim Williams. Big mountains, elusive creatures….!

Who is your ultimate travel partner?

My two small daughters and my partner have accompanied me on some truly memorable trips (we spent New Years Eve on Copacabana Beach in Rio). Seeing them observe, learn and be curious gives meaning to the marvels we often forget are just around the corner.

Want to get in touch?

To contact Adam please email or give him a call