If you’re like Betina and Mic, you think of travel as more than “going places.”
You crave experience and discovery, not just monuments and museums.
Together they have an extensive background exploring the world by foot in landscapes as diverse as the Tatra Mountains in Poland, the pristine waters of Lake Tahoe in the USA to the world heritage listed wilderness areas of Tasmania. They have taken their love for walking and exploring the great outdoors to the next level.
Betina completed the 223km Larapinta Trail solo and you could say it was “life changing”. She loved the simplicity of being out in nature for 12 days, walking without distraction and the self reflection it allowed - she resigned from her corporate job and became a Professional Walking Guide. Whether she is taking business professionals on a guided walk locally, or guiding tour groups on amazing trails in Southwest WA, Tasmania or the Kimberleys, she is committed to making sure people are inspired, safe and leave with more knowledge than they started with.
Mic’s love for exploring Australian trails was further enhanced during a 6 month journey around Australia; taking in the natural beauty of areas such as Kakadu, Daintree, Karijini and the Australian Alps. With a background in producing and educating in video and photography, he is rarely seen without a camera in hand, capturing the contrasting landscapes he often finds himself in. His passion for photography makes all the trips he’s on even more memorable. Armed with a keen eye for beauty, he spotted Betina and has never looked back on embracing trails near and far.
Off The Grid 365 was created to showcase beautiful areas throughout Australia through guided walking experiences and pack-free holidays. When you’re on foot, the world can’t speed by faster than you can absorb it. You’ll have time to look around and truly see the wonders of nature, exploring deeper into the bush where few others go. When you slow down, you start to appreciate the smaller things: the sound of the birds, the smell of wildflowers, and feel one with the land.