Aides are passionate people who value exploration, prioritize getting outdoors and openly share their knowledge, access and experience with others. Create a fun and original adventure unique to you and your local area or draw up something epic and out-of-the-box at your next destination. We encourage you to lead adventures unique to your passions and around matters to you most. Get paid to share what you love, create your own price and set a schedule that works for your life.
How you view yourself: You love your local area. You prioritize getting outdoors. You share your knowledge and experience with others and enjoy leading groups. You have a passion for creativity. You value exploration and love to rally a crowd. For you, its about creating something special to share with your community.
How others view you: Others love spending time with you. They say you are authentic and not afraid to be unique. You appear to have a deep understanding of your passion. You have a gravitational pull, a contagious energy, and love to tell a good story. They see you as the go-to person in your community.
Faces of Adventure
Connor - eBike
Chris - Horseback
Karlie - Surfing
Chuck - Sailing
Why become an Aide?
Live an outdoor lifestyle
Earn extra income
Set your schedule
Meet new people
Share your passions
Secure in-app payment
1M insurance coverage *
*Dependent on experience and type of adventure
Be Reliable: As a leader, it is important to be consistent and dependable. This means always showing up to your adventure a little early and avoiding cancellations.
Be Mindful: Do your best to make sure everyone is having a good time. Stay aware of the safety boundaries and know the limits of your group.
Go Above & Beyond: People really appreciate when you go the extra mile. Whether it be sharing some local tips, or providing snacks and water on your adventure, it’s the little things that matter most.
Get Creative: Your adventure is an extension of who you are and what you love to do. We want your adventure to reflect your personality and passions.
The Adventure Aide Crew reviews each person and adventure before it’s displayed on our platform. First, we look to see if you meet our values and display passion, responsibility and local knowledge. Then we look to make sure your adventure meets our quality standards. You can expect to hear from us within 48 hours with updates, recommendations, or general support.
Ready to get started?
Follow the steps below and you’ll be on your way to leading adventures.
How much money can I make leading adventures? It varies depending on the type of adventure you offer. Since adventures can range from a 45-minute yoga session in the park for $10/person to a multi-day backpacking trip that is $5000/person that includes amenities, the sky is the limit of what you can earn.
How often do I have to lead? You're in charge! It's completely up to you to choose how many adventure sessions you want to lead. You can lead as many as a few a day to one every couple of months. Set a schedule that works for your life.
How many different adventures can I create? You can create as many different adventures as you would like! Each one will go through our vetting and review process.
How do I price my adventure? You decide your adventure price! We offer different tips on how to best price your adventure but it is entirely up to you at the end of the day.
Can I lead overnight adventures? Adventures can range from anything as short as a 45 minute hike all the way up to a multi-day trip so yes you do have the chance to lead overnight adventures!
Does it cost anything to use the app? Nope! It’s free to list on Adventure Aide and there are no contracts. You keep 80% from your gross bookings, and Adventure Aide takes a flat 20% commission from your gross booking earnings. You can earn as low as 6% through our incentive program!
What about insurance? We’ve got you covered! Our insurance policy makes sure you’re protected in case participants are injured during your adventure. You are covered up to $1,000,000 per occurrence in the event of a claim of bodily injury and up to $1,000 for urgent medical care.