kathmandu are you world ready

Eco - Traveller

Hosted by National Geographic's ‘World Traveller’ Nick Saxon, Eco Traveller is an exploration of eco-tourism practices transforming sustainable travel around the globe.

From a traditional stay in North America's Montana to the lodges perched upon the Pacuare River in Costa Rica, this unique series dives head-on into the rising global trend of environmentally conscious travellers and celebrates our shared steps toward a sustainable future.

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Nick Saxon wearing pack walking to hut
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Nick Saxon in the snow
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Mark and Hana in the Americas
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The Lorrimers in NT
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Caroline Bellamy in New Zealand
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World Ready

Since 1987, Kathmandu have been engineering outdoor gear for adventurers all over the world — preparing all kinds of people for their next adventure.

Preparation is more than having the right gear. It‘s a mindset. It‘s having curiosity, an open mind, and a hunger to learn.

National Geographic & Kathmandu's Top Travel Tips

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Nature makes you better

Five countries heeding the call of the wild

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See The World, Save The Planet

How you can reduce your travel footprint


All the gear and the right idea

See our top gear picks during our Eco-Traveller adventures

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Travel, Consume & Dress With Purpose: Eco-Traveller & Kathmandu

Q&A with the Kathmandu Team about Eco-Travelling


About Kathmandu

We believe travel and adventure is the ultimate life experience. With product engineering and expert advice, we aim to give you the confidence to discover the world.

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national geographic unique lodges of the world

National Geographic Unique Lodges of the World is more than a selection of world-class hotels, it is a collection of rare experiences, offering guests intimate encounters with parts of the world not many get to know — and the change to slow down and truly discover them. Each lodge is deeply rooted in its community and dedicated to protecting the surrounding habitats and cultures — and harnessing their magic to safeguard them for the future.

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Finca Rosa Blanca San Jose
Costa Rica
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Pacuare Lodge Limón Province
Costa Rica
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The Ranch at Rock Creek
Montana, USA

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