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Why travel with REI?

Because we know the outdoors, we know adventure, and we know the locals (and they know everything).

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Adventure travel reimagined

For decades, we’ve been leading trips to the world’s most storied places, but doing it the REI way. Much more than sightseeing expeditions, these are wholly immersive experiences you’ll remember for the rest of your life.

And no matter what you want to do, or who you’d like to travel with, we’ve got you covered. We lead women’s trips, family adventures, bike tours and trips for folks under 35.

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Discover the hallmarks of every REI trip

Expert, local guides

Expert, local guides

Amazing travel pals

Amazing travel pals

Travel with a purpose

Travel with a purpose

Rave reviews

Rave reviews

Guides who grew up there

Our expert guides don't just know these places―they call them home. Their local knowledge opens up worlds that few get to see. You'll hike undiscovered trails to uncharted treasures, and learn the history, traditions and legends of the people and places you'll meet along the way.

A guide in a straw hat and sunglasses leads four hikers along a trail with expansive mountain views beneath a sunny blue sky.
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First-rate travel mates

Explore the world with like-minded folks who share your passion for the outdoors. Arrive as strangers, leave planning your next adventure together.

Two travelers in climbing helmets celebrate their success after rappelling down a waterfall.

Travel with a purpose

We practice Leave No Trace principles on all our trips, and work with local people and businesses as often as possible, reinvesting in the communities we cherish so much. REI invests millions of dollars in environmental causes, and we also lead volunteer vacations to preserve and rebuild some of Earth's most precious places.

A guide crouches in a forest to show four children a plant she discovered.

Four hikers with trekking poles march across a fog-covered volcanic landscape near Mount Kilimanjaro.