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Stuart qualified as a Doctor from Dundee University Medical School in 1999 and moved immediately to the more favourable climate of the South West.

Initially he trained as a Surgeon gaining membership of the Royal College of Surgeons of England. Since then has spent time working in A&E and Radiology. He has then gone on to qualify as a GP, whilst continuing to work in acute GP care along with A&E.

Stuart is keen on all sports but especially those involving water and snow! He regularly takes part in Endurance events and Adventure races. The most notable to date being a trans-Atlantic rowing race in 2010 from the Canary Isles to Antigua. Stuart has so far been an expedition medic on Mount Kilimanjaro, Mount Toubkal and bike rides in Malawi.


  • 24/7 emergency contact
  • Established for 25 years
  • ATOL, ABTA, IATA protected


  • All specialists well travelled
  • Only the best guides and local partners used
  • All challenges designed to suit individual needs


  • 95% repeat and referral business
  • Support local charities world-wide
  • Access to senior directors 24/7