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This week we look at some of the most spectacular wildlife migrations from around the world. Certain wildlife migrations are the stuff of legend. Hearing David Attenborough describe the Wildebeest’s annual journey was a childhood highlight and the sheer scale is impressive, they are definitely an eco travel bucket list contender! This week I take […]
The New Year is here! If you’re feeling a little hungover, or just want to get those New Year’s revolutions going, check out last week’s blog on the scientifically proven health benefits of traveling! Not only that, but volunteering has some very similar benefits, so imagine what you can do by combing the two! Do […]
Last week we took a look at some of the gloriously luxurious tours and lodges that the eco-tourism has to offer. Luxury eco-tourism is a fabulous area and we have to admit we do spend out time drooling over luxury tree-houses in the Peruvian Jungle and Private Villas hidden away in the Maldives… BUT At […]
[This post has been contributed by our fabulous new Eco Journalist Arran Moran. You can check out his adventures on his Youtube channel linked at the bottom of the post] Making the decision to volunteer and travel for the first time is extremely exciting but nevertheless a very overwhelming choice as we all know. So […]
South Africa is one of the most culturally and geographically diverse destinations and it’s no surprise it has gained a worldwide reputation. It offers incredible experiences for a range of personalities, including nature & wildlife lovers, culture enthusiasts and adventurers. It is the southernmost country in Africa and exposed to almost 2800km of striking coastline, […]
Over the past couple of years a number of people close to me have been drawn to South Africa. Each time one returns they seem to have left their heart behind. “I can’t say enough good things about Cape Town…I want to move there for like 6 months at some point.” My sister tells me. […]
A vast and stunning continent, Africa remains an enigma to many of us. With so much to offer it is difficult to know where to start travelling. The continent boasts what may be the largest combination of density and “range of freedom” of wild animal populations, with large carnivores and herbivores roaming wildly both on […]
Pale, anemic sun, peeking wearily through thick grey cloud. Having to pull on thick, heavy layers each time you leave the house and shake the water from your hair as you get in. Yep, welcome to winter. Last week, we brought you a selection of glorious winter getaways full of sparkling snow….buuuuuuut we do get […]
Confused about which country to dive next? Unsure of dive seasons and when best to visit? Fear not – we’ve done the research for you! Enjoy our top 5 dive destinations with where to go, when to go, what to see and how Eco Companion can help you get there with handpicked and affordable projects. […]