Karisia Walking Safaris specialises in walking safaris supported by camels. Our trips offer a unique perspective of not just the animals but the land they live in.On foot, we fine tune our senses and experience the country in vivid and exciting detail.
Traverse Journeys provides organized travel opportunities powered by social enterprises, community partners and impact-minded venturers.Our mission is to cultivate transformative experiences to unique destinations across the globe, fostering cross-cultural appreciation, environmental awareness and responsible tourism. We offer small group trips to 20+ destinations infusing people, planet and purpose into each experience, ranging from adventure, hiking, yoga, cultural and culinary itineraries 6-12 days in length.
Visit Natives is a travel agency whose mission is to do good and preserve indigenous cultures through small-scale sustainable tourism.We make travel with passion and respect. We believe in fair tourism where nature and indigenous people are respected. From every stay booked with us, the local indigenous families and community benefit the most. Our aim is to preserve indigenous cultures through small-scale tourism where travelers visit local families and villages.
The Spirit of the Wild course, offers a wildlife experience that awakens each participants pathways of belonging, knowledge and purpose,hosted on Bergplaas Nature Reserve in the Great Karoo, it is a profound purposeful and leadership skills experience that rewilds and reconnects people from all backgrounds with the natural environment.
I was born with a passion for the map's blank spaces. Exploring them is where I feel most alive and am filled with the greatest sense of wonder and intrigue for the world around.As Nabokov once said..."nostalgia in reverse, the longing for yet another strange land, grew especially strong in spring.” Shall we go forth?
Stephanie is a journalist and travel organiser living in Morocco. She is based in the desert town of M’Hamid El Ghizlane, doorway to the Sahara,where she has developed a deep connection to this formidable place, its landscapes, people and tempo. Together with Brahim Laghrissi, local Bedouin, born in the desert and a team of native guides, she shares this passion with international visitors, organising desert experiences, giving insights into nomadic life and Saharian culture and exploring the Sahara's amazing landscapes.
Andaman Discoveries provided Regenerative Journeys, Feel good, Feel Connected, get healed, give something back and experience nature authentic Thai,volunteering, study trips and also regional tours in Thailand, which have created numerous employment opportunities through village homestay, handicraft production and guiding. Mandatory contribution to the community fund from guests provides financial support to run village-wide projects. Our programs accrue value to the whole village by giving 50% of profit to the NAN Foundation to supporting our local communities and on going projects.
James studied wildlife biology at the University of Vermont before working for ten years as a Research Biologist, predominantly with endangered birds.In 2004 he moved to Kenya (his mum's home) and began a safari company, with Kerry Glen (later they were married), that specializes in walking, ornithology, adventure and 'off the beaten path'. Jamie grew up an only child in a patch of beautiful woods in Massachusetts. He developed a love for animal life and nature at an early age. His interests not only led to a degree in Biology but also an early job in Alaska at a Fly Fishing camp.
Brophy is driven by a love of active adventure and immersive cultural travel. He has skied through the remote fjords of Svalbard and been trained as a yoga teacher in Bali.He lived in the backcountry of Patagonia for 80 straight days, climbing un-named and sea kayaking through uninhabited island chains. He has trekked through sacred mountains in the Himalayas, skied virgin lines in Alaska, fished remote rivers in New Zealand, and explored the Colombian Amazon. With Untrodden, he dreams of facilitating similar journeys for others.
Agusto Moran and Maria Ayla Angel are a couple from the Ticuna community of San Martin. Doña Maria is an ambassador for the community and has workedclosely with the National Park to begin projects that aim to benefit the community as a whole. Also a community leader she has worked and continues to work in order to find ways to strengthen San Martin on a long term basis. A fisherman, carpenter and artisan, Don Agusto has an ample skill set that reflects his traditional and practical knowledge of the Amazon. Well versed in the rich stories and culture of the Tikuna people, entire evenings ca
My name is Edwin Espinoza Sotelo, along with my parents (Marino Espinoza, Mercedes Sotelo) and my sister, Flor de María Espinoza Sotelo,we belong to the community of Mollepata, Soraypampa, where we begin to hike the Salkantay trek. In total, we are a community of 12 local families, from the start of the Salkantay route of the Peruvian Andes to the ancient Inca citadel of Machu Picchu. You will have the added bonus of understanding the culture and traditions of each family en route.
I am a passionate nature and animal lover who founded the Shark & Marine Research Institute with my partners in 2015.We created it to realise our dream of contributing to marine conservation and particularly protecting our sharks—beautiful and misunderstood creatures that play such a vital role in maintaining the health of our oceans.