About Greentraveller's Guides
This website (greentraveller.co.uk) is the home of our Greentraveller's Guides.
Researched, written and produced by our team of travel writers, bloggers, photographers and videographers, the guides contain fresh, original content that aim to show readers how to make greener holiday choices by minimising their impact on the environment and maximising the benefits to local communities.
The guides include easy to read articles and selected listings combined with professional photography and short videos filmed by us that aim to bring sustainable tourism alive.
Working with local partners to select about 50 experiences in each guide, we promote characterful places to stay, local, seasonal food and drink, attractions, heritage, craft and cultural attractions, wildlife, and low impact activities, including walks, cycle rides and marine-based ecotourism activities.
The listings are linked to the relevant review on Google Maps so readers can gain an informed understanding of what the experience is like, from both the reviews written by our professional travel writers as well as from the most recent feedback from the general public.
Greentraveller has been featured in curated lists of the 'Best Travel Websites' in the Telegraph, Times, Independent and Guardian, and has been featured in The Sun, The Irish Times, The Sunday Times, The Ecologist, Family Traveller, and as 'Website of the Week' in the Mail Online.
Greentraveller's Guides are produced by Greentraveller Productions, a Bath-based media agency specialising in providing quality audio-visual material for the travel and tourism industry. By April 2019, Greentraveller has risen to be ranked #50 out of 500 of the Top Social Media Agencies in the UK with a Kred influence of 789.
Greentraveller's founder and managing editor is Richard Hammond who has specialised in writing about green travel for 20 years. He was the co-author of Clean Breaks - 500 new ways to see the world (Rough Guides), and has been the editor of Green Hotelier, travel editor of National Geographic GREEN, and editor of Sawdays Green Places to Stay. Richard has written about green holidays as well as sustainable tourism issues for a wide range of publications, including BBC Wildlife, Geographical, Guardian, Marie Claire, National Geographic Traveller, Resurgence, Times, Sunday Times Travel Magazine, and Wanderlust.
Richard commissions Greentraveller's Guides from a pool of well-established freelance travel writers, photographers and videographers who specialise in sustainable tourism, including Sarah Baxter, Paul Bloomfield, Harriet O'Brien, James Stewart, Jane Dunford, Paul Miles, Jo Keeling, Sian Lewis, Clare Hargreaves, Rhiannon Batten, Yvonne Gordon, Ginny Light, Diana Jarvis, Christopher Willan and Nigel Camp.
The Artwork for Greentraveller's Guides is by Tina Smith and Mark Edwards.