The Future of Travel

Sustainable Travel

We believe in a sustainable form of tourism, and that may be at odds with many of its modern-day styles. There have been a lot of moments in our travels when the effects of humankind have left us depressed. Things like plastic on the beaches of the Mediterranean, bleached coral in Seychelles, and a poached elephant on the border of Kenya and Tanzania have all been low points in our travels. It’s right there can be a lot of negatives to travelings, such as overdevelopment, pollution, environmental degradation, and loss of culture.

Our Ethos

While we have seen the adverse effects of tourism, we’ve also seen the good. Conservation efforts in Namibia, social enterprises on Zanzibar, ethical tour companies, and sustainable businesses have all put smiles on our faces. Our goal is to help provide travelers with resources, products, and ideas to make travels more sustainable. We believe in partnering with brands and companies that hold those same morals.

We believe travel can be a force for good. It can change a traveler’s concept of the world while empowering local communities and preserving the environment for future generations. In many ways, travel’s good can also be in how it affects the traveler. If we all find our platform, we can be the change we want to see, and we’ll make this world a better place.  We are not perfect, but traveling has changed the way we feel about the world, and after every journey, we find our behavior and mindset has changed for the better.

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How To Travel More Sustainably

Sustainable Travel is More Than Being Eco Travel.

Eco friendly products

35 Life-Changing Eco Friendly Products You Need to Have

I began looking for eco friendly products while on the beaches of Greece surrounded by plastic waste. Then we traveled to truly remote destinations like Mozambique and Seychelles; however, the plastic hung around. While the tourists may have remained in Greece the plastic waste followed us. Now it’s all over the world. On every beach

Kafue National Park, Zambia

11 Eco Lodges in Africa That Are Worth the Travel Time

Ecotourism in Africa is a big business. Each year safari operators, vendors, and lodges assess how they can continue to improve sustainability. It’s likely one of the few industries that value the environment. As the concern over global warming only increases it’s a relief to find an industry that strives to find eco-friendly solutions. Ecotourism

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