An explorer rugged to refined, the more I travel, the more I hone in on the types of experiences I’d like to share with those who follow my adventures and interact with my work. While traversing through Thailand for three weeks, I made an effort to focus on sustainable travel; how my decisions affected the financial, social, and environmental aspects of communities in Thailand. Check out some photos from my experience.
Exploring an elephant sanctuary in Chaing Mai, Thailand
We spent four days at a local art academy where tuition is 100% free to students who are accepted into the intensive program. They just opened their doors to the latest academy on Koh Yao Noi with six students enrolled. It’s amazing to see someone invest in the future of artists, as this is what inspires our future generations.
Whether you’re looking for a luxurious vacation or a rugged trip, be sure to do a little research before deciding on your place of temporary residence or activities so you can support environmentally responsible businesses. Check out these 6 Tips for Eco-friendly Travel.
Student at Ani Art Academy.
Kayaking the Islands
Touring Koh Yao Noi
Tuk Tuk, a common form of transportation in Thailand.
Fishermen in the Andaman Sea.