We Are Explorers
We Are Explorers | Inspiring us to live more adventurously and protect our natural world
In search of the ultimate adventure, Henry Brydon spent two years riding 38,000km on a pushbike from London to Sydney traversing through more than 30 countries, which made for countless stories of human generosity.
To share the spirit of adventure he then went on to start We Are Explorers, and since 2014 they’ve been building a community of modern-day explorers. Their purpose is to make the outdoors accessible for everyone, celebrate the beauty of the natural world, and inspire fulfilling and adventurous lives in connection with nature.
In doing this, they’ve built a diverse network of writers, photographers, and filmmakers who produce everything you read and watch on their site. Blood, sweat, and beers go in… wild content comes out.
They spread the love of the outdoors to over 1 million people a month – not to mention being named Consumer Publication of the Year in the 2020 Mumbrella Publishing Awards. They use business as a platform for good with some pretty epic positive impact activations.
“Living and travelling responsibly, we strive to leave the world a better place than when we found it. We are environmental custodians who celebrate and protect our wild places.“
— Henry Brydon, We Are Explorers
We Are Explorers | Henry Brydon
Mentioned in conversation…
Henry’s epic adventure of riding a pushbike from London to Sydney over 2 years, across 38,000km and 30 countries
The origins and growth of We Are Explorers
The lost art of adventure, and why it’s so important for the human spirit
Using a growing media platform (and business in general) as a force for good
The epic ways that We Are Explorers gives back to local and indigenous communities through crowd-fuelled activism
The changing face of tourism facing the global pandemic