This is what I mean. Wait. Back up. This week I started posting about how people can join me in the jungle, and get to see the Amazon while supporting local conservation efforts that rely on ecotourism. And right now my inbox is filled with questions. People are asking all sorts of things, like what do we eat in the jungle? Is it safe? Will there be bugs? Will we get dirty? YES! // I think this image pretty much sums it up. Here we are cruising down a tributary of the Amazon, dirt up to our eyeballs, and our bodies weary from a full day of navigating, exploring, and LIVING. On this day we put camera traps deep in the forest — it took all day. This is that moment when we are all quiet, thinking, remembering, reliving the day. Marveling at the way the forest changed for the oncoming dusk. // So I think it’s safe to say that if you want to go on a “rainforest tour“, this is not for you. But if you wanna join the people on the ground who are doing the work to protect the most vibrant, biodiverse, crucial terrestrial ecosystem on earth… I know a guy.
You can learn more, and you can change your entire life, I hitting the link in my bio—
Photo by @benature07