Our Events

See below some of our upcoming events, organised by our team as well as our partners.

Two chestnut headed bee eaters sat on branch, Bardia National Park, Nepal
Chestnut headed bee eaters

An interview with

Travel is all about connections. Join us as we discuss the positive side of travel with writers, guides, travellers, photographers and many others.

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Zebra Socialising

Our recent client webinars

Our webinars have been an opportunity to get up close and personal with our travel experts, with insight into some of our favourite travel experiences and ask questions.

Playback – Meet Your Experts

Ranulph Fiennes at Steppes Beyond Festival 2017
Ranulph Fiennes at Steppes Beyond Festival 2017

Steppes Beyond Festival

In 2017, we put on a two-day weekend festival of talks, taking place at the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG), featuring some of the most intrepid, adventurous and inspiring personalities of our time in an enlightening programme of events. Our aim of this event was to bring together the adventurers, the explorers, the conservationists and the organisations that share a passion for fighting plastic pollution and a more sustainable future in travel.

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View of Islamic buildings through blue mosaic archway.
Samarkand, Uzbekistan

Discovering The Silk Road with Diana Driscoll

The Silk Road consists of a widespread network of trade routes that have been around for over 2,000 years, connecting the West with the East. From Italy to China and all places in between, the Silk Road evolved constantly, engaging travellers and entwining the lives of diverse groups of people. Numerous civilizations, cultures, and religions have been affected by the goings-on along this route. Though there is no definitive answer as to what (and who) comprise the Silk Road, Central Asia lies at its heart. Hear more about the fabled cities and stories with our expert in the field, Diana Driscoll.

Watch webinar recording here

Tribesman in Botswana
Tribesman in Botswana

An evening with Wade Davis

Wade Davis is a multi-award-winning writer, anthropologist, explorer and acclaimed photographer, his work has taken him from the Amazon to Tibet, Africa to Australia, Polynesia to the Arctic. He is the best-selling author of more than a dozen books, including The Serpent and the RainbowOne River, and Into the Silence, which was awarded the Samuel Johnson Prize, and currently holds the post of National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence.

View a short excerpt from our event with him here

Why Choose Steppes?

Our knowledge, curiosity and expertise set us apart, driving us to create remarkable holidays and Beautiful Adventures tailored perfectly to you, carefully curated to help protect and conserve our planet.

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