Starting last year, I have teamed up with wildlife reporter Jason Goldman and the team at Atlas Obscura to lead trips to some of the wildest places in the world. These aren't just trips to have an adventure, these are a science-themed boot camp where you'll get hands on with ongoing field work and new discoveries all while staying at sustainable ecolodges and field stations in some of the most incredible places on Earth.
We've carefully curated our itineraries to make these some of the most unique visits to a country you can possibly have, starting from airport pickup and ending up in the rainforest staring a howler monkey, or on an island swimming with sea turtles. We also team up with local partners to ensure that we are supporting local conservation and research initiatives and to give you the best on-the-ground knowledge possible.
Our days will be spent hiking, swimming, learning and our nights will be spent having conversations about what conservation really looks like (hint: it's complicated) or staring at the Milky Way. We also provide professional photography assistance and training along the way.
Soon to be announced:
Ecuador and Yasuni