Adventure

Joro Experiences Shakti Jamshyd Sethna

In Conversation With Jamshyd Sethna

Words by Henry Comyn

In conversation with Shakti’s owner Jamshyd, Joro’s co-founder Henry finds out where the idea for Shakti came from and what it takes to create a successful business in the remote Himalayas.

Joro Experiences What A Time To Be Alive Justin Packshaw South Pole 2012

What a time to be alive!

Written by Justin Packshaw

Shake off any doubt you may have, ignite your deepest dreams and go and see the wonders of this magnificent world first-hand.

Joro Experiences Iceland Rolling The Dice

Rolling The Dice

Photos and words by Tom Mcnally

The view that greeted me was so astounding it actually made me step backwards. Beyond the bow, wind-whipped waves glistened in sunlight as we entered a wide fjord.

Joro Experiences Meet The Guide Silvia Rico Enigma Peru

Meet The Guides II: Silvia Rico Coll, Enigma

Words by Silvia Rico Coll

Silvia, founder of Enigma talks about moving from multi-national corporations to focussing on her passion - creating bespoke adventures across Peru

Joro Experiences Honey Hunters Nepal Prayer Flags Mountain Peak

The Honey Hunters of Nepal

Words by Henry Comyn

The Gurung tribesmen of Nepal scale hundreds of metres up cliff faces to collect potent honey. As the pressure on the hiking regions increases, tourism options are beginning to diversify into the world of the honey hunters.

Joro Experiences Meet The Guides Tessum Bryon Webber Weber Arctic

Meet The Guides I: Tessum Bryon Webber, Weber Arctic

Words by Tessum Weber

Arctic guide and local Tessum Weber grew up with one of the last nomadic Inuit families and his life in Arctic has shaped his view of what makes an epic experience.

Joro Experiences Through A Lens A Lion Skirmish

Through The Lens: A Lion Skirmish

Photos and words by Edward Selfe

A dominant incumbent male lion sees off an intruder in the Luangwa Valley.

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A Modern Day Cowboy

Words by Julian Fernandez

With one eye on the past preserving this unique culture and one on the future by educating visitors, Seudiel Walteros is a true Llanero plainsman, a modern day cowboy.

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Wet Toes

Written by Tom McNally

This is what we had come for. We were deep in the Icelandic highlands. The nearest tarmac was three days’ long ride and we had no idea where the nearest human being was. The sense of freedom was palpable.

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On The Tides of Time

Written by Johnny Langenheim

Today only a few of the once-nomadic Bajau people live on the open ocean where they survive by blending traditional fishing practices with more controversial modern methods.