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In the late 1980s, Darrell and Geoff Manchester established Intrepid as a brand new way of exploring the world.
Intrepid Travel offers more than 1,150 trips on all seven continents that are sustainable and experience-rich.
They didn't set out to build the biggest purpose-led adventure travel brand in the world, but they have done so now, by generating $43 million in annual revenue.
They are the biggest adventure tour operator in the world, operating a network of 26 DMCs and a nonprofit foundation.
Since 2002, their nonprofit organization, The Intrepid Foundation, has raised over AUD 12 million for 135 charities worldwide.
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