In the new podcast, titled ‘Destination: Journey’, Patrika shares stories of her personal adventures and advice on making travel more environmentally friendly. Each episode of the inaugural season focuses on a different location, from the Grand Canyon to Barcelona, demonstrating how travelers can use unconventional methods to get the most out of their trips.
More details can be found at http://destinationjourney.co/listen
With the launch of the podcast, Patrika aims to inspire others to explore ‘off the beaten path’, while remaining conscious of sustainability and the welfare of local communities.
As highlighted by the UNWTO through their upcoming World ‘Rethinking Tourism’ Day, the recovery of the global travel industry from the Covid-19 pandemic presents a crucial opportunity to develop ‘green’ tourism practices. As the eco-tourism market rapidly gains traction, this is the ideal time for individuals to consider their own impact on the environment.
Having published travel content for 4 years and achieved certifications from the Global Sustainable Tourism Council, Patrika has a wealth of tips for those who wish to discover new places in creative, affordable and responsible ways.
The host also offers an insight into her experience of being a BIPOC woman traveling alone, providing guidance to other solo travelers on how to plan ahead to ensure their safety and comfort.
Aside from posting regularly for her 37,000 Instagram followers, Patrika is a keynote speaker and marketing professional, specializing in tourism, events and technology. With the launch of the new podcast, she encourages its listeners to see travel as an opportunity for self-development and unique experiences.
‘Destination: Journey’ is available across a number of podcast platforms, including Spotify and Apple Podcasts, or directly from the link below. The first episode follows Patrika to Southwest America, where she explores four states in four days on a journey to the Grand Canyon.
Introducing the podcast, Patrika comments, “Travel doesn’t have to be limited to luxury resorts and skyscraper hotels. It’s an opportunity to learn, grow and give. There are so many ways to see new places, and I’m excited to help more people see travel beyond the traditional methods.”
For more information go to http://destinationjourney.co/listen
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