Category: Responsible Tourism

Category: Responsible Tourism

Inishbofin is not only the most western in habited island in Ireland, it’s also the first one to receive an ecotourism award. It’s a place unlike any other that I’ve ever visited!

New to the mountains? MoaAlm is an alpine retreat in Hohe Tauern National Park, Austria with guided hikes and a community atmosphere, giving you the opportunity to explore your limits!

Today is the best time to see a Saimaa Ringed Seal in Savonlinna, Finland because with only 300 remaining, they are critically endangered…and may not be around tomorrow!

I’m beyond excited to announce my most EPIC trip yet – cycling the Iron Curtain Trail (EV 13) 1600km across Finland! As a bonus, I finish in Nuorgam, the most northern point in Finland and in the EU!

Yala National Park in Sri Lanka is home has the highest leopard population density on the planet. I was fortunate to see a leopard on all three of my visits!

Liminka Bay is the number one bird watching spot in Finland, according to wildlife photographer Jari Peltomäker, who promises that he’s not biased. You can find over 200 bird species there!

Not only is Kvarken Archipelago Finland’s only natural UNESCO Site, it’s also one of the fastest rising land uplifts in the world and a nature lover’s paradise.

Business may seem like a strange word to use to describe climbing the world’s highest mountain, but make no mistake, climbing Everest is big business. It costs the average climber between $50,000 – $100,000!