budget-travel-caribbean

The image you have in mind from the Caribbean gets beyond confirmed once arrived. From Tobago tucked away in the south east corner, to little Saba up north, the islands are blessed with tropical rainforests, stunning reefdrops, waterfalls and adventure potential. It is as scenic above as below the surface. The Caribbean are a truly amazing, Read More

green-travel-kit

Find an updated version of this post on my new blog: Oceanpreneur (Ocean Adventure Travel & Conservation inspiration and stories)   You want to travel light, compact and purposeful. But that’s not enough! You want to support innovative social entrepreneurs, and have a positive influence on fellow travellers and locals to help create awareness, Read More

nemo-thailand-funderwater

Are you amongst the fortunate few to be able to travel? Lucky you! Now let’s make the most out of it! Not just for yourself but for the places and people that you’re visiting. Our travels can bring huge benefits to local communities. It can also destroy a destination.  What impact do you make? According, Read More

slow travel

You know that feeling of super excitement, that make your eyes sparkle, that makes you derive all you energy towards it, that makes you loose sense of time and any other nonsense occupying our days? For me that comes from exploration. In the broadest sense. I developed an extreme curiosity for discovering new cultures,, Read More

Photo by Dimitris - SeaKayak Cannibals Athens Greece

For most of us adventure traveller counts, the less crap we have, the better. We like to travel light. The holidays are coming and preferably we just receive a few pesos to put into the adventure fund instead of a present. If your friend, brother or mum insist to receive your adventure travel wish list,, Read More

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To escape from the peak holiday invasion of the Spanish, Italians and Portugese into Tarifa, I moved out of town in summer. I went camping. So back to basics with battery, water, bladder, and ant management being daily business. Falling asleep watching the flickering lights on the other side in Morocco,  waking up with