Finally, this post comes after ages - Many things have happened in the past month, Wild Navigator has taken a step forward in it’s operations and would like to get you to know a short brief -
We have an announcement to make !!!
After two and a half years of running Wild Navigator as a travel blogging and social media platform for wildlife conservation and tourism initiatives, we plan to take this successful platform one step forward. Yes, Today we briefly disclose that Wild Navigator will be starting travel operations in the coming months as a travel agency based here at it’s Edinburgh HQ. Destination tours with be primarily focusing on the Indian subcontinent (including India, Nepal, SriLanka, Bhutan and the Maldives).
In naming a few - tours will focus from luxury tailor-made itineraries to off the beaten track, culture to wilderness. We still will have this existing blog active and very much engaging on various travel blogging topics and social media platforms. So, all links diverted etc will remain the same & will not be removed.
Currently we are on the stage of all applications, registration and completing the new version of our website and it’s development.
I so will recommend to watch this space as the new upcoming website looks just amazing !!
Wild Navigator on Travel Coffee Break (#tcbhoa) Wildlife Travel Hangout
Wild Navigator’s Abhishek Behl was invited to take part in the Travel Coffee Break (#tcbhoa) where the hangout was around topic: Responsible Tourism in focus to Wildlife Travel .
Abhishek has been active for many years in the field of responsible tourism & wildlife travel and this is where he launched a short brief of his new plans for taking Wildlife Navigator to a travel operator’s setup here in Edinburgh - it was a great honour to introduce this to the world on social media and nothing better then through the Travel Coffee Break (#tcbhoa) hangout.
Discussions were from India, Mexico, Sweden, South Africa and the United States. Hosted by Alastair McKenzie with discussions from responsible tourism experts like Ron Mader, Nutti Sámi Siida & Martin Hatchuel were present in this hangout of the Travel Coffee Break (#tcbhoa). Thanks to all and it was a great discussion.
This is an hour long conversation we had on YouTube. Do watch and feel free to leave your comments / wishes accordingly: