Ambassador Jimmy McSparron

Survival Expert

Jimmy has spent his life in some of the most remote jungles on the planet. He has featured both on and off screen on Nat Geo and the BBC and is a well known Jungle Survival Instructor.

Jimmy is even an honorary member of several indigenous groups and has hand tapped tattoos to prove it. He is usually found kayaking solo down the Amazon, ice climbing in the Andes or doing downhill biking races across the continent.

These have led him to be awarded fellowships at the Royal Geographic Society, Royal Anthropological Institute and even the noted Explorers Club. Outside of the jungle, Jimmy has ridden a horse 600 miles across the second highest plain in the world, driven a 3 wheeled tuk tuk 2500 miles across the whole of Peru and been part of earthquake relief teams in Indonesia.

Ambassadors Posts


What To See And Do In Egypt

Current travel restrictions can’t stop you from planning future adventures. While you’re researching where to go, why not consider Egypt? Now if you’re wondering what to see and do in Egypt, We can help you there. We’ve put together a list of the top things to do in Egypt from learning about its history to […]

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Coastal Galapagos Islands Travel Guide

Galapagos Islands Travel Guide

The Galapagos Islands provide endless opportunities for taking part in a range of exciting activities, from snorkelling with turtles and sea lions to cliff jumping into lagoons. But before you set off on your adventure, there are plenty of factors to consider. In our Galapagos Islands travel guide, we’ll talk you through all the key […]

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We support our partners, Walking With The Wounded: The Grenadier Walk Of Oman

We’re delighted to be supporting the Military Charity, Walking With The Wounded (WWTW) on its ambitious trek across The Arabian Desert. The expedition, called The Grenadier Walk of Oman, will consist of a 4-man team of ex-service personnel, trekking 400km over the course of 21 days. Over the last couple of months, we have been […]

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