Podcast: How to travel responsibly around the world
A conversation about becoming a more conscious tourist.
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The entire world is closer than it's ever been. When it comes to financial goals, young Aussies have travel near the top of the priority list. But with so many of us taking in the sights, sounds and tastes of faraway lands, how can we be sure we're travelling responsibly?
On this episode of Pocket Money, we sit down with Henry Brydon, travel expert and founder of We Are Explorers. Henry shares his perspective on how we can all be more conscious tourists, why travelling locally is underrated and why he packed up his life to ride a bicycle from London to Sydney.
This episode is proudly presented by Airbnb.
Mentioned in this episode
- We Are Explorer's Daintree Rainforest protection campaign
- Follow We Are Explorers on Instagram
- We need to slow down nature tourism
- How rich hippies and developers went to war over Instagram's favourite beach
- Instagram is loving nature to death
- Our full guide to booking eco-tours
- Jackson Groves on Instagram
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