nomad nature travel

Who We Are

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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Nature and Wildlife Travel Gear

For wildlife photography, trekking and camping

For snorkeling, diving and underwater photography

For paddle boards, kayaks and water leisure

For vehicle camping/life on the road

Travel Tips and Insight

How to Do Serious Nature and Wildlife Travel On a Budget

Nature and wildlife travel on a budget is usually quite difficult to do well. I’m not talking about staying at some “eco” hotel or piece of farmland where the owners have decided to throw a couple of “eco huts” up around a man-made lake. I’m talking about visiting significant expanses of well-preserved habitat located on

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the best snorkeling tours take you to the healthiest, most diverse reefs left

A Snorkel Snob’s Guide to the Best Snorkeling Tours Around the World

I’m tough to please when it comes to snorkeling tours and trips (and wildlife travel more generally).  I’m the kind of person who cringes when I see a dive shop, snorkeling safaris or a travel blogger use a stock image of fish from the Indo-Pacific while marketing an experience in the tropical Atlantic, or describe

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