Do you want to know where you can swim with enormous fish in crystal clear hidden rivers, without harming the ecosystem? Or how you can safely visit the inner city favelas, and help support the people that live there at the same time?
Perhaps you’d like to stay at the most beautiful hotels and guesthouses in Brazil while knowing that your choice is benefiting the local community and environment?
Remarkable experiences like these might not be obvious to find on the front page of a traditional tourist guide, so I selected them in my book for you to enjoy the most of your stay in the largest country of South America.
And if you are not travelling right now, the adventures and stories will entertain and encourage you to get planning and start packing!
I have published a collection of my travel stories from around Brazil and produced a new type of travel guide. I’m very proud of it, and I’m happy to say that it’s available now everywhere on Amazon.
If you are in the UK – Find it here
Or the USA – Find it here
Recently I was interviewed for the Wharton Business Radio Show, Dollars and Change.
It’s great to see a leading, Ivy League University putting resources into developing social impact initiatives like this.
As it’s a paid-for service, I can’t link to the actual 30-minute interview, but I’ve put details at the bottom of this article as to how you can sign up for a free trial if you’d like to listen.
What I can do is share four interesting points that came up from the interview.
Question: We’ve heard about your Beer-to-Beer Social Enterprise Learning Journey. This sounds amazing. We want to join. Can you tell us a bit more about it?
Answer: As I’ve said before, your friends are amazing, but you don’t always have the chance to learn from them. Sure, you can go out with them for a beer on a Friday night, but why not go out on a fun journey with them, and actually learn something new at the same time?
That’s what the Impact Hub Crawl is all about. Not just peer-to-peer learning, but Beer-to-Beer learning! Here’s a video to explain more from my last Impact Hub Crawl, Beer-to-Beer social enterprise learning experience:
Question: Surely, some people just want “irresponsible” experiences. Are people really interested in responsible travel experiences?