We’ve always admired people who live their travel dreams. Putting aside your fears and making dreams a reality takes real self belief. This exclusive collection includes in-depth, one-off interviews with incredible people who have achieved remarkable things, closer to home and further afield. Be inspired by their extraordinary stories of past adventures; get ideas for your next trip; hear their thoughts on the future of our world; and what responsible tourism really means. Share your stories and your own personal travel heroes using the hashtag #DreamersDo on social media.
British adventurer and speaker talks about living dreams and being inspired by a 93 year old lady
Wildlife presenter and conservationist who recently took us on 'Nature's Greatest Journeys' on the BBC
British explorer, writer and photographer who explored Nepal in Channel 4s 'Walk the Himalaya'
Drove around the world in a VW Beetle in 1960, then did it all again 35 years later
Author described as a ‘travel legend’ takes to her typewriter to share her time travel dreams
Irish adventurer & filmmaker talks about walking the Gobi Desert and other long distance challenges
A Guinness World Record holding expedition leader
Is a 26 year old American travel addict who blogs about his travels in a wheelchair
Marine scientist, conservationist, and co-founder of WhaleFest and the WCA
TV presenter documents adventures working alongside indigenous people
Guides high profile individuals to the most extreme places on the planet
Paralympics hopeful who has not let his disability stop him exploring the world
Is a wildlife filmmaker who has worked with the BBC, National Geographic, PBS and Discovery Channel
A British paralympic cyclist, paratriathlete, adventurer and author
Is a mother, activist and author of two bestselling books and lives on a farm, in a yurt in New Zealand
Manages the Human-Elephant Co-Existence Program for the NGO Save the Elephants
Conservationist, author and TV wildlife presenter
Sold her possessions to travel the world at 23 and lives a nomadic life
Spent six years cycling across six continents
The first person to freedive the flow-edge of the Arctic Bay
An award-winning writer and photographer
CEO of Disability Horizons magazine
Runs John Gray’s Sea Canoes in Phuket, Thailand
Ex-Genesis drummer and author of ‘Driving Over Lemons’ which recounts life on his farm in the Alpujarras
Wycliffe Sande grew up in a typical African village in Uganda. He set up a travel company, and now is a member of Responsible Travel.
Chaz Powell is a non-stop explorer. Having walked the Zambezi in 2016, Africa’s wildest river, he continues on his quest for adventure.
Ami Vitale is a photographer for National Geographic magazine, shooting powerful stories about wildlife and environmental issues.