Sustainable Travel

How to Travel Alone

How to Travel Alone

If you’re like me, sitting alone in a restaurant is your worst nightmare. “Power in numbers” has never meant more than it does in modern society where we’re constantly battling social anxieties, fear of dangerous situations and the hyper-obsession, albeit misleading notion, of a carefree lifestyle surrounded by all your besties. The reality is that solo travel can be restful and even more enjoyable than traveling with a buddy. With the right mindset and some self grace, your next solo vacation will be the trip of a lifetime.

Wild Camping 101

Wild Camping 101

Learn everything you need to know about wild camping so you can safely and legally avoid crowds and enjoy nature in solitude.

Bikepacking

Bikepacking

bike·pack·ing (verb). Definition: The coffee-fuelled action of pedalling between camping locations with personal belongings precariously strapped to a bicycle frame. Used in a sentence: “Andy please stop talking about your bikepacking adventure, I have to work”.

Walkable Cities Around the World

Walkable Cities Around the World

Everyone knows Paris is a pedestrian paradise and New Yorkers love to walk fast. But what about the rest of the world’s walkable cities? Lace up your walking shoes and head to walkable cities in the world that you’ve never been to.

Cairngorms National Park: Escape to the Scottish Highlands

Cairngorms National Park: Escape to the Scottish Highlands

Scotland— the land of sheep, whisky and rugged terrain. Here, the unpredictable weather makes for an always exciting adventure. With plenty of pubs and cozy hideaways to escape from the elements, there’s no excuse not to embrace all that this stunning nation has to offer.