Author: <span>Chris</span>

What Does Eco / Ethical Tourism Even Mean?!

These terms get thrown around a lot these days: ethical travel, eco-tourism, sustainable tourism, responsible and conscious tourism. But what the hell does it even mean?! Is it just an excuse for a hotel to stop cleaning their sheets and provide shitty wifi? Is it all just clever marketing? Allowing consumers to get some feel-goods…


Hiking Near Padstow – The Seven Bays

Cornwall offers some of the finest summer hiking in the UK due to its favourable weather and incredible coastal sea paths. One of the best sections of hiking near Padstow is the ‘Seven Bays of Padstow‘, a route connecting seven stunning beaches over 7 miles, following North Cornwalls section of coastal path. What Is the…


Choosing the Best Adventure Sports Travel Insurance

For us outdoor enthusiasts, it can be tricky to squeeze yourself into the ‘one size fits all’ travel insurance standards. The modern day explorer needs a lean, tailored adventure travel insurance policy that can be accessed from devices, not faxes.  For the same reason you rope up before rock climbing or throw on a PFD…


How to Become a Ski or Snowboard Instructor

So, you’ve been on a few ski holidays, you enjoy the outdoors or have just always fancied the mountain lifestyle. For whatever reason, you’ve decided to figure out how to become a ski or snowboard instructor. Well, you are clearly in the right place. But before I get into the good stuff, there’s a couple…


Best Sea Kayaking Destinations in the World

Secure your spray skirt and buckle up your buoyancy aid, we are about to launch into the best sea kayaking destinations in the ENTIRE WORLD. But first… What Makes Something the Worlds Best Sea Kayaking Destination? Well, there’s a lot to consider when deciding what exactly makes somewhere the best sea kayaking destination. Is it…


The Yangshuo Rock Climbing Guide

Yangshuo is one of the most epic fairy tale towns I have ever had the pleasure of laying my eyes upon. Drawing in local holiday makers and international dirtbags alike, there really is something for everyone. That’s why I wanted to throw together a Yangshuo rock climbing guide: to up your stoke levels, get Yangshuo…


FREE Things to Do During Lockdown

Unless you’ve been living under a rock or have been spending too much time in your nuclear fallout bunker already – you may have realised that life as we know it has been put on hold. It sucks. There’s no other way about it. I wanted to try and make your life just a little…


The Great Blue Hole Scenic Flight

‘The Great Blue Hole’ is a ridiculously massive sink hole off the coast of Belize, near to Caye Caulker. The hole is a perfect circle that looks completely otherworldly, as it’s surrounded by crystal clear Caribbean waters. When I started to research ‘things to do in San Pedro’, and ‘things to do in Caye Caulker’,…


Ultimate Guide for Van Life & Road Tripping

The absolute definitive van life guide to end all other van life guides. Get ready for a life on the road! What was previously the symbol of a life in shambles is now one of the most sought after and envied ways of living – in a van, by the river. It seems to be…


How Not To Get Eaten by a Bear

After a long fascination with Canada – the natural beauty, the incomprehensibly vast wilderness and the wildlife that inhabit it, I was finally relocating to the West Coast at the beginning of the summer. Before heading out, there was something that was really playing on my mind… how not to get eaten by a bear….