Penguin Promises – From 12-18 April I joined a group of 15 animal keepers, penguin enthusiasts and environmental supporters from around the country as we tackled the 124km walk from Gansbaai to Simonstown in support of African Penguins who are at great risk of extinction. 

It was the 5th Waddle organised by Penguin Promises and the Two Oceans Aquarium who rally support in the form of promises to the environment to recycle, rethink the bag, eat less meat, not eat fish, etc. You can submit your environmental promise to ipromise@penguinpromises.com

Such a privilege to be a part of this significant action campaign. Sore feet, blisters and a tear or two aside 😉 The most inspiring people to meet and be involved with.

With appreciation for the opportunity to be involved and especially to Linda Markovina of Moving Sushi for introducing me, my partner in travel and conservation, every step of the way.

Read more about my Waddle2015 experience here.

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The Incidental Tourist is a Personal Travel Blog of a conscious traveller with a deep love for Africa, its people and the environment.

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