Intrepid Travel is holding a one-off cycle trip through Jordan hosted by the adventure travel company’s co-founder, Geoff ‘Manch’ Manchester to raise funds for The Intrepid Foundation.

Starting and ending in Madaba, the trip takes in the best of Jordan from the shores of the Dead Sea to the top of the ‘Rose City’ of Petra.

Travellers must commit to raising $2,000 for The Intrepid Foundation to secure their place.

These funds will go towards a range of projects including Small Projects Istanbul, which help Syrian refugees with employment opportunities.

Geoff ‘Manch’ Manchester, Intrepid.

“Tourism can help disadvantaged people into entry point employment, which we are aiming to support through this trip,”   Intrepid Travel’s co-founder Geoff ‘Manch’ Manchester said.

“I’ve cycled in France, Myanmar, Vietnam and China before. I’m really looking forward to exploring Jordan in this low-impact, immersive way that really allows you to connect with locals, particularly as I will be cycling with other Intrepid travellers and taking on the challenge to help projects across the globe.”

Intrepid Travel’s co-founder Geoff ‘Manch’ Manchester

The nine- day small group tour departs on 31 March 2020 and wraps up on 8 April 2020.

This one-off trip at a discounted price of $1,955 per person twin share, with a saving of over $400.


The overall fundraising goal of the trip is $64,000, which includes dollar-for-dollar matching from The Intrepid Foundation and will go to a range of projects.

This trip offers a unique opportunity to do good, travel with a pioneer of responsible travel and cycle through this incredible destination.

The foundation aims to improve livelihoods through sustainable travel experiences and supports more than 30 local charities who work in job training and development.

Places are limited. For more information visit: Cycle Jordan for Good: A ride with Intrepid’s founder.