Mark “Hutch” Hutchinson: World Lover

Once only a carefree lad hurling rocks on the shores of Queensland, Victoria and New South Wales. Onc his father was able to find a steady job in Sydney when “Hutch” was 8 years old. Some of his favorite memories we’re of spending his spare time with his friend on their farms. To him, the Outback was a special calling for him. He reveled in the those old tracks for some reason unknown to him at the time. The “bug” had bitten the little guy as it turns out. Learn more: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/415949715569059008/

 

The Younger Years

Right after finishing his first year year of school, he and some buddies were driving a 4×4 on dirt roads and to them, it seemed like a neat thing to try. It gave him the bug, again, to try to incorporate 4 wheel ignitions into some sort of wilderness Remote adventure company. Learn more: https://www.ecotraining.co.za/about/owners

 

Once in college in Sydney, Hutch had decide to start his own training program that combined his love of jackaroonin up North and even across Africa. These crazy, exhilarating trips really boosted his confidence! High on his recent success, Hutch felt ready to really take the bull by the horns and up the anti for his next excursions.

 

Beauty Of Nature

Along some of his journeys, Hutch was, fortunate enough to stand within a few meters of an elephant near the shore. He was also granted to ability to handle a falcon, sleep in the beautiful outdoors, get close to a marooned shark and fly on a small passenger plane to remote locations. Learn more: http://www.canberratimes.com.au/good-weekend/save-the-elephants-how-we-turned-a-corner-on-the-ivory-trade-20170516-gw5so2.html

All with one goal in mind…

 

UNTAMED

Geared with he idea of bringing people to see the hinges that he he had seen and done himself. He new No matter what walk of life you come from the true character test is in being one with nature. So basically, it was a business to have people show/guide him through their holiday excursions. Learn more: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mark-hutchinson-596329121/?ppe=1

 

ANTON LATEGAN

In 2005, there was a need to fulfill an EcoTraining course in South Africa. ANTON was the owner of the course. We struck up an instant friendship because we had the same visions, it seemed.It was a real meeting of the minds.

Wild Ark’s Top Eco-Friendly and Conservation Destinations

 

When travelling several things come to mind, for instance, where to go, what to see, and mode of transportation among other things. Eco-friendliness has become an important aspect in choosing a destination for a lot of global travelers. Below is a list of offbeat and fun destinations you may consider when you vacation next. Learn more : http://wildark.com/travel/

 

  1. The Republic of Palau

Located between Guam and Philippines in the Pacific Ocean, Palau isn’t a big country as it constitutes over 500 islands. Its remote location and also the influence of the government have helped keep its waters pristine and maintain Palau’s natural gorgeous environment. It is one of the world’s sort out diving destinations with about 500 miles of designated reed no-fishing areas, that has led to fish species almost extinct to repopulate in the area. Diving between December to March is best due to less rainfall, making the waters to be calm and warm.

 

  1. Kenya

Kenya is a hotspot tourist destination as it offers a lot of experience from wildlife, forests, marine life, to safaris in the Savannah. There is no shortage of places to visit in Kenya. With the only National Park in the capital city in the world, visiting the Nairobi National Park is one of a lifetime’s opportunities that you should not miss. One of the country’s main focus is on Ecotourism and Wildlife Conservatory, with no less than 50 national preserves and parks. In Kenya’s coastline, tourists can be treated to remarkable coral reefs, beaches, crystal clear waters, diving, and snorkeling. For wildlife, the best time visit would be between mid-June to October.Learn more : http://wildark.com/study-the-wild/

 

 

  1. Costa Rica

Costa Rica offers a lot to its tourists as a tropical gateway with its national parks, lush rainforests, and natural reserves. Eco-friendliness is the major focus, and the well-established tourism infrastructure makes Costa Rica naturally beautiful with stunning biodiversity that you should see. The most expensive and popular time to visit the country would be from December to April during the dry season.

 

Wild Ark Background

The founders of the Wild Ark are Mark and Sophie Hutchinson. The Hutchinson’s and their team’s goal is to educate travelers on the wilderness and securing the earth for future generations. The vision of Wild Ark is to protect the world’s wild places.