The Red Rocks Initiatives for sustainable development organization exists to enhance the standards of living of the local communities in the Virunga massif region and beyond in other African Countries, by benefiting from environmental conservation and sustainable tourism through trade in their talents, arts and crafts, music, and cultural diversity to improve community livelihood for social, economic sustainable development in Africa. Red Rocks in Rwanda is just the place to get a taste of this and in this episode we chat to the incredible founder of Red Rocks Initiative, Greg Bakunzi.
Ever since their first tour in 2007, South Sea Horizons has been conducting low impact tours at a local level across Papua New Guinea and the Pacific. The Papua New Guinean owned and operated company offers authentic experiences and insight into areas only the true locals know. They can do that because of the co-founder of South Sea Horizons, Alan Manning. Hailing from a Baii Village in East New Britain and initiated within the Tolai men’s society, Alan has an unrivaled affinity and relationship with the cultures of the Papua New Guinea Highlands, the Islands and famous Kokoda Track.
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Welcome to ROAM, the podcast for Where Wild Things Roam. ROAM is designed to draw travel inspiration, create awareness on how to travel sustainably and encourage you to follow the wild within, go explore the world and just roam.
We believe the very basic core of a one’s living spirit is passion for adventure. The joy of life comes from our encounters with new experiences, and hence there is no greater joy than to have an endlessly changing horizon, for each day to have a new and different sun. ROAM explores that and brings you experiences for our roamers around the globe, conversations with the people they meet, advice, tips and updates. We are kicking off the first season with an epic line up of one on one sessions with some incredible people.
So stay tuned, you don't want to miss this.