We talk deep sea adventures and the need for a better understanding of the world beneath the waves with explorer and submersible pilot Victor Vescovo, founder of Caladan Oceanic.
Laurie Di Vincenzo has worked with Quark Expeditions for 12 years and this year will take up the role of first Expedition Leader on the company’s ground-breaking new vessel Ultramarine.
Acclaimed author and friend of Silversea Cruises Paul Theroux talks surf breaks, new novels, and the inevitability of aging in the lead-up to his role as a Tale Teller on the line’s 2022 world cruise.
We talk with Jimmy Carroll, co-founder of travel company Pelorus, and a member of team Latitude 35, on marlin attacks, ocean conservation, and the challenges of rowing the Atlantic Ocean.
The tale of Afghanistan’s first female tour guide, Fatima, is not only a story of hope for this war-torn nation, but for the women who seek a better future there.
A remote mountain retreat with a purpose, Nayalap showcases sustainable tourism while throwing a lifeline to a community in need.
American polar adventurer and educator Eric Larsen talks about his fitness regime, the popularity of polar expedition tourism, and offers tips for traveling to the planet’s coldest destinations.
Multi-award-winning Arctic photographer Joshua Holko talks polar travel essentials and his love affair with the world’s coolest destinations.
Sue Badyari, CEO of small group tour company World Expeditions Travel Group, on sustainability, adaptability, and enjoying your own backyard
Nick Walton speaks to acclaimed Botswanan wildlife filmmaker Brad Bestelink about his childhood in the bush, the influence natural history films can have on new audiences, and how poaching can be curbed through effective eco-tourism.