Search
Close this search box.

nomad nature travel

Nature Experience Finder

Discover 130+ unique nature and wildlife experiences throughout the tropics.

Wildlife Guide Finder

Discover dozens of wildlife guides around the world specialized in everything from birds to mammals to herpetofauna

Subscribe to Nature Travel Magazine

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

Subscribe here

Join my emailing list to receive comprehensive ecosystem and fauna profiles of some of the best nature and wildlife travel experiences around the world–private reserves and remote research locations protecting critically important habitats in biodiversity hotspots. 

Please enable JavaScript in your browser to complete this form.

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.

As Featured In

Nature Travel and Wildlife 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

Unique Nature Travel Locations

Search over 130 locations by counry and animal group

Camaquiri Conservation Initiative Field station

Camaquiri Conservation Initiative Field station Named after a 16th-century Costa Rican king, Camaquiri is located very close to El Zota and is, therefore, an instance of similar habitat and diversity. It is a newer field station than El Zota and protects 500 acres of older secondary lowland swamp forest, with

Calperum and Taylorville Stations

Calperum and Taylorville Stations The Calperum and Taylorville Stations are pastoral leases and conservation research sites in Southern Australia that protect 242,800 and 92,600 hectares, respectively, of highly threatened open mallee bushland and Murray River floodplains. Together, they are a crucial part of the Riverland Biosphere Reserve, a nationally and

Canandé Reserve

Canandé Reserve Located in the northwestern Esmeraldas province, Canandé is a 14,000-acre reserve sitting at 300 masl and one of the best places in Ecuador to explore humid Chocó tropical forest. Of the 62 species of birds endemic to the Chocó region, 37 are found at Canandé. The reserve has

Caño Palma Biological Station

Caño Palma Biological Station The Caño Palma Biological Station is situated within Costa Rica’s Barra Del Colorado Wildlife Refuge, just next to the eponymous Caño Palma, a large palm-filled canal that separates the station from the Caribbean Sea by a few hundred metres. This station does a lot of things,

Canudos Biological Station

Canudos Biological Station The Canudos Biological Station is located in Bahia, in the northeast of the country, and it is most notable for its population of Lear’s Macaws—a large, blue, threatened parrot species very similar to the slightly larger and more famous Hyacinth Macaw found in Brazil’s Pantanal. Canudos is

Cape Tribulation Tropical Research Station

Cape Tribulation Tropical Research Station The Cape Tribulation Research Station in the heart of the Daintree Rainforest—one of the oldest rainforests on earth, where the coastal jungles of Queensland meet the Great Barrier Reef—is one of the only tropical forest research sites in Australia. It is the only one in