Long Day Away

Join us on a once-in-a-lifetime experience as we venture deep into the heart of Guyana. From the lush rainforests to the mighty rivers and pristine coastlines, every step of our expedition promises a new encounter with the untamed wonders of nature.

1 month

September - October 2024
Almost two years of planning, materializing within the wildest forests of Guyana

12 people

Polish Expedition
People from all walks of life, united to explore above and beyond of tepuis

1 goal

Guyana Tepui Exploration
Climbing tepuis and collecting fauna and flora samples to research the biodiversity of the region

Philosophy and Motivation


Our journey in travelling and mountaineering has evolved significantly over the years. In the past, we were drawn to the well-known peaks such as Mt Blanc, Kilimanjaro and Aconcagua for the sheer adventure and challenge of it. Inspired with the effort, adventures, and emotions of our heroes from the books like Messner, Kukuczka or Kurtyka we wanted to follow them. However, as more and more people began to flock to these famous peaks, the experience became tainted with the presence of crowds, commercialism and even trash.

This led to a shift in our attitude towards travelling and mountaineering. We understood that inspired by the greatest travelers and climbers we want to write our own story. Instead of the big names, we began to seek out more remote and untouched areas to explore. In 2007 we organized an expedition to an unclimbed peak of Purian Sar North in western Karakoram. Though we didn’t manage to summit, we explored a virgin valley called Sath Marau.

We continued with this trend of exploring untouched areas and organized two more expeditions to Cordillera Apolobamba in Bolivia in 2009 and 2011. These expeditions proved to be a great success and we managed to climb several virgin summits and name a few of them such as Akuku and Trata Tata. The story from the second of these expeditions can be watched in our documentary Explore Apolobamba 2011.

Overall, our attitude towards travelling and mountaineering has shifted from chasing the popular peaks to seeking out the untouched and unknown. This shift has led to more meaningful and rewarding experiences for mountaineers, as they get to explore and discover new and untouched areas.

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