Four-time Emmy® Award nominee Leighton De Barros has over 30 years’ experience in the television industry, as a producer, director, writer and cinematographer. Leighton has a genuine love and passion for the outdoors and filming Australian wildlife, both in the bush and under the water. He loves the challenge of

The Tongariro Alpine Crossing is heralded as one of New Zealand’s greatest day hikes and ranks among the top ten single-day treks in the world. It is also the playground for Adrift Tongariro owner Stewart Barclay (Stew). Affectionately known as “The Mountain Man”, Stew has completed the Tongariro Crossing over 1500

For more than a decade Casey Woodward has been working in the Animal Welfare and Conservation space. Studying Conservation and Land Management and taking roles in Bush Regeneration and Revegetation in Queensland led to long term volunteer roles both locally and internationally. Her life-changing experience working with Malaysian Sun Bears in

Jason Savage’s passion for wildlife was born from a young age, developing into an active role as a wildlife and conservation photographer, capturing powerful images to raise awareness. He has worked with rhino in Africa, king cobra in Bali and been caught up in riots in Bolivia while documenting the effects

Early last year the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) recognized Greg Bakunzi, founder of Red Rocks Initiatives For Sustainable Development, for his role in pioneering sustainable tourism development in Africa. Presented by UNWTO Secretary General, Zurab Pololikashvili, the award was in recognition of Greg's work to promote tourism, conservation, and community development

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