australian wildlife

Australia is commonly known to be a continent hosting more than 7000 different animal species. However, getting in touch with this wide-ranging animal kingdom is not always that simple and it is highly possible to spend some time in Australia without even spotting a kangaroo hopping over the street, a koala relaxing on top, Read More

canada landscape

The Canadian Rockies are wild in every sense of the word. Its landscape covers an expansive region of rugged backcountry trails and mountainous terrain juxtaposed against fragile protected ecosystems as well as the world-renowned Columbia Icefield. The Rockies elevation range, geology, geography, and climate serve as a safe habitat for a variety of species. Its one of, Read More

Sea turtles have been around for millions of years. They migrate long distances around the world, feeding on anything from jellyfish to sea urchins and sea grasses, but always return to the same beach they were born on to lay their eggs. The female crawls ashore to lay up to 120 eggs, covers up, Read More

responsible traveller

Recently I have been thinking a lot about the social and environmental impact that we as travellers have. Tourism is one of the world’s largest industries. Global international visitor arrivals exceeded 940 million in 2010. The World Tourism Organization estimates that this number could reach 1.6 billion by 2020. Clearly then, deciding not to travel, Read More

cape hillsborough

The thin strips of sand where land meets sea have always fascinated me. The beach is where life first crawled out of the oceans, where people have hunted, feasted and played for thousands of years. Shorelines are dynamic, ever changing places… shorelines shift, cliffs collapse, tidal pools fill and empty… Australia has no fewer, Read More

mon repos

Under the glow of moonlight in Mon Repos, 14 kilometres east of Bundaberg on Queensland’s sub-tropical central coast, there’s a group of people quietly looking out to see little dudes making their precarious way to the sea. For expectant mothers of the loggerhead sea turtle species, giving birth involves a 2500 km ultra marathon, Read More

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