Crooked Trails NEXT20

Over the last two decades, Crooked Trails have transformed tourism into a positive force in the world and we are proud of the results. We have: Changed the way people travel Connected travelers to people and projects … Read More

Partner Spotlight: Simba & Spice

Simba & Spice Setting Sun

Crooked Trails is proud to be among the first supporters of Simba & Spice, an ethical travel start-up based in Tanzania. Simba & Spice is a Tanzanian-owned and operated social enterprise that values the impact … Read More

Sauti Moja Tanzania & the Land Is Our Life Project

About Sauti Moja: Our Partner Organization in Tanzania Sauti Moja Tanzania is a charitable organization registered in Canada and the United States. Its mission is to assist and support community initiatives of the Tanzanian Maasai … Read More

The Universal Power of Sport

By Emily Cole Soccer is the world’s game, a universal language as profound as a smile.  I have been blessed to play and coach at many levels, but nothing taught me this truth like playing … Read More

Travel Inspires Giving

Crooked Trails has long been committed to the fight against sexual slavery and human trafficking, leading trips to Nepal, Thailand, and India to learn on-the-ground about the issue. What is truly incredible is what happens … Read More

The Fight Against Human Trafficking

By Christine Mackay, Crooked Trails Co-founder & Executive Director The journey to Mumbai was deep, intense, confusing and enlightening all at once, like India itself; a never-ending series of contradictions, where beauty brushes against deformity, … Read More

The world is waiting…

By Crooked Trails Traveler Stephanie S.Everest has always been on my bucket list, as it is for many people.  After an emotionally taxing year of my 2nd divorce, my cousin’s suicide, my middle son’s health … Read More

Mozart in the Himalayas

By Crooked Trails traveler Alison Schafer We shoved oboes into duffel bags. Slid recorders next to hiking socks and zipped up carry-on bags. Nestled a clarinet next to a rain jacket. Stuffed harmonicas in small … Read More