About Us

We are artisans of adventure, creating intrepid itineraries without sacrificing comfort or style.

  • 7 Reasons To Choose Moraway:

    1.    Every guest, on every adventure, contributes directly to conservation and community development.

    2.   We only offer destinations that we have been to and have firsthand knowledge of.

    3.   We are committed to working with quality, reputable, trusted partners and operators who have been vetted with solid reputations and feedback from guests and positively impact the places they responsibly operate.

    4.   We're a small, independent, family-owned company based in Bozeman, Montana.

    5.   We specialize in world-wide custom adventures for any size group.

    6.   We have experience working with retirees, couples, multi-generational families, kids, teens, graduates, agents, wine groups, corporate retreats, honeymoons, anniversaries, donor trips, social groups, high net worth individuals, and those in the LGBTQIO community.

    7.    We are committed to a true individuated and customized experience.
  • We believe in the power of travel to transform lives and spark awe in our guests.

    We value the conservation of wildlife and wild spaces through regenerative eco-tourism.

    We support cultural preservation and authentic interaction based on mutual curiosity and deep respect.

    In support of these values, a portion of every one of our adventures contributes directly to a wildlife conservation project or community development program in the places that we visit.

  • Our guests are curious, intrepid and adventurous.

    Traveling responsibly is a priority for them and they seek to make a positive contribution to each of the places they visit.

    They appreciate unique, authentic interactions and experiences without sacrificing comfort, style and personal attention.

Your Artisans of Adventure:

Chris developed his love of Africa and native culture while living in a remote Namibian village for two years while teaching in the U.S. Peace Corps. From the jungles of Uganda to the Kalahari desert, he has traveled to the far corners of the African continent on numerous private and self-guided safaris. 

He holds a Master's Degree in International Development from the Korbel School at the University of Denver. International travel, conservation and community development have shaped his life and formed the basis of his core values. 

Chris’s enthusiasm for sharing his knowledge and experience designing customized transformational travel opportunities to Africa led him to start Moraway Adventures. 

Outside of travel, he enjoys climbing mountains, backcountry skiing and mountain biking throughout the Rockies. Chris is a Wilderness Emergency Medical Technician and an active volunteer with the Alpine Rescue Team in Bozeman, Montana.

Chris Moriarty

Owner, Founder
Alexis got her first taste of international travel climbing 19,000-foot volcanoes in Ecuador and was instantly hooked on the thrill of exploring new cultures, ecosystems and landscapes. Her passion for adventure and conservation led to a 15-year career leading wilderness expeditions for the National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS) in the Canadian Yukon, the Alaska Range, Patagonian Andes, Baja Mexico, the Indian Himalaya, and more.

With a degree in Environmental Studies, Alexis has always been interested in the relationships between humans and nature. Some of her most profound experiences include feeding carrots to Sudan (the world’s last male Northern White Rhino) in Kenya, holding the world's smallest chameleon on her fingertip in Madagascar, and standing mere feet away from a mountain gorilla in Rwanda.
 
Alexis believes in the power of travel to transform lives, create connections, boost rural economies and protect threatened species. She looks forward to helping guests experience the adventures of a lifetime while making the world a better place.

Alexis Alloway

Co-Founder

The Story Behind Our Logo:

In 2017, we were extremely lucky to get a chance to meet Sudan, the last remaining male Northern White Rhino. Sudan was under 24-hour security protection at a conservancy in Kenya. Less than a year after we met him, Sudan, at the age of 45, died due to an infection. The loss of the Northern White Rhino is the result of human greed, the mistaken Bronze-age belief in the magical powers of rhino horn as an aphrodisiac in Asia, poverty driving men into poaching, and a lack of adequate protection across African countries struggling to fix all of the problems they face. We can all do better.

Our logo is a sign of hope, a new dawn, for the future of the endangered rhino and for all species under threat. We strive as a company to be a part of the solution.

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