Our Interview on Sustainable Travel with Bamboo and Backpacks
October 26, 2019
This summer we had in the incredible honor of doing a video interview all about sustainable travel with Caleb and Linda from Bamboo and Backpacks. We cherish the opportunity to have conversations with like-minded travelers. Amazing ideas, inspirational stories, and lots of laughs always come from these conversations and it was no different with Caleb and Linda.
Our interview touched on a variety of topics. We talked about how we got started on our journey with sustainability, trends we’re seeing within the travel industry, and some horror stories of trying to live plastic-free in China. We also shared our experience with slow travel; a philosophy that is gaining popularity, and gave our top tips for everyone who wants to be a more environmentally friendly traveler.
We had a blast speaking with Caleb and Linda! We always love when we’re given a platform to share our experiences trying to travel the world more sustainably. If you enjoy the video, make sure to subscribe to the Bamboo and Backpacks YouTube channel. We love their content and can’t wait to see who they feature next!
If you’re interested in learning more about slow travel check out our full post all about it: Why a Slow Travel Plan Will Transform the Way You Travel
About Bamboo and Backpacks
Linda is from the Netherlands and Caleb is from Argentina. The two met in Scotland and six months later set off to travel the world together. For the last few years they’ve been traveling the world and creating awesome content all about how to travel sustainably. Their vision for Bamboo and Backpacks is to “inspire others to make more ethical choices when exploring this beautiful world”. Their blog has tons of great information including travel guides, eco-travel tips, and more!
You can follow their journey on their blog, YouTube channel, and Instagram account!
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