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Above: Las Guacamayas Biological Station inside the Maya Biosphere Reserve–one of the most important masifs of wet forest in Mesoamerica. 

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In 2015, I quit my bank job and got rid of the bulk of my possessions to travel the world and photograph wildlife. From the Amazon to Borneo, the Sinai Peninsula to Raja Ampat, my goal has been to see and live in the world’s remaining biodiversity hotspots.

I want to help people make travel and gear decisions so that they can get out there and enjoy our natural world and its remaining beauty as humanity continues to effect massive planet-wide ecological change.

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Travel Tips and Insight

Must-Have Video Gear for a Nature and Wildlife Travel Instagram

In this article, we’re going to lay out the three gear investments you should consider making if you are serious about increasing your reach, followers and bookings on Instagram. For around $1000 USD, you can put together a serious content creation arsenal in the nature and wildlife travel niche. We help businesses in the nature

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The Krabi, Thailand Guide for More Discerning Tourists

I’m going to do something that I swore I’d never do: I’m going to “blog” about Thailand. Krabi, specifically (although I have also included a couple of places in the neighboring provinces of Trang and Staun). I told myself I wouldn’t stoop to writing about Thailand because the tourism industry in Thailand (the non-seedy kind), by

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Traveling to do something fun but potentially dangerous?

  • Medical bills while traveling can amount to tens of thousands of dollars.
  • You definitely want private health care in most developing countries.
  • Certain countries and nature travel experiences require travel insurance in order to obtain a visa and visit a location

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