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Let's Rewild our planet

When you travel on an adventure with us, we plant native trees and support the recovery of endangered species.

One of our routes to achieving our goal of protecting the world’s wild places is to channel 5% of our revenues, not profits, into our foundation, which primarily supports conservation, reforestation and rewilding projects.

We’re in the midst of a climate and biodiversity crisis, and reforestation and rewilding hold many of the keys to reversing the trend:

Tackle the climate crisis

Trees suck up carbon from the atmosphere, year after year - the cheapest and most effective ‘technology’ there is.

Preserve native wildlife

Create long term habitats for native species of animal, insect, plants and birds, and spark the comeback of rare and endangered species big and small.

Improve physical and mental health

Numerous studies show the clear links between time in natural spaces and mental and physical well-being: as a species, it’s where we’ve always been.

Tackle flooding and droughts

Compared to cleared agricultural land, forested areas hold water, slowing the release of water to rivers and preventing flooding. They also hold water vapour in the air, preventing droughts and desertification in other areas.

Clean the air

As well as carbon dioxide, trees absorb pollutants such as nitrogen oxides, ammonia, sulphur dioxide and ozone.

Create jobs

Not only do schemes create direct jobs in conservation in the local community, but long term sources of income such as tourism. We’re drawn to wild places (because good things happen to our minds and bodies), and when we do, money pours into the local community.


Not all reforestation schemes are the same.

Sadly, many mass tree planting and carbon offset schemes look single-mindedly at finding the cheapest route to planting a high number of trees for favourable headlines.

The result is often serious negative knock on effects for the local environment and community.

That's why, when picking our partners, we ask;

  • Is the project plan focussed on native species and species diversity, not mono-planting?
  • Are they thinking about supporting biodiversity and local flora and fauna too?
  • Are they clear on how they ensure other ecosystem services are restored - like soil stabilisation, flooding prevention and water purification?
  • Have they clearly worked out how the project helps combat climate change?
  • Are their plans and claims backed up by solid scientific evidence and ongoing monitoring and analysis?
  • Is the project supported and led by the local community?
  • Are the causes of the original degradation understood and being addressed by the project?
  • Is there a solid long term protection plan in place for the area?
  • Do they have a plan for the monitoring and re-planting of saplings that don’t survive?
  • Does the project help create sustainable income streams for the local community?
  • Do they provide transparent monitoring and reporting on progress?
  • Are they financially transparent and efficiently run?

If they can answer yes to all these, we’re in a good place.


We’re currently committed to supporting the reforestation and rewilding of the Southern Carpathians. This is an area close to our hearts and host to some of our most popular adventures.

Romania's Carpathian Mountains are home to some of Europe’s last remaining true wilderness.

The Carpathian's boast virgin old growth forests and the largest population of species including bears, wolves and lynx.

But they are threatened by years of illegal logging, overgrazing and lack of management.

The projects, run by our partners Foundation Conservation Carpathia and Mossy Earth, aims to create a sustainable wilderness reserve, restore deforested areas, convert monoculture forests back to healthy mixed woodlands, and re-introduce keystone species including the bison and beaver.

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