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My counter poaching camp experience in Africa

Call of the wild

My time saving rhino in Africa

Feeling gratitude daily in Laos

Vietnam’s Halong Bay Bliss

Lost and found in Mauritius

To look into a humpback whale’s eyes

Rwanda: raw, reconciled and reunited

South Africa, feels like home

Experiencing China’s wonderwall

South Africa of yesteryear at Sabi Sabi Selati Camp

Chilling at Crystal Creek Rainforest Retreat

Eden’s soul food

Ubumuntu is what we all need

About TravellerKate

Kate Webster is a world traveller, ocean lover and conservation warrior who is determined to make every moment count for not only herself but the world around her. This has inspired Kate to translate those moments and share them through her storytelling.

An adventurer at heart with a curious spirit to explore, her work as a travel journalist has taken her to the edges of the Earth, which she captures in her words and photography. A dedicated David Attenborough and Jane Goodall fan, Kate has delved into the world of wildlife and conservation travel to bring awareness.

Under her company Captured Travel Media, Kate creates compelling stories and captures vivid imagery as an Editor across Captured Travel and Where Wild Things Roam (with ROAM magazine and podcast). Keeping the travel trade industry up to date, Kate is a freelance journalist at Travel Monitor. Kate has a column called TravellerKate in Asian Journeys Magazine.

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Wow Walhalla is wonderous

I have always been a fan of travelling somewhere that makes you feel so far removed from the norm, and that is something I found in the quaint historic town of Walhalla. Located just 2.5 hours drive...

Eden’s soul food

I am the first to admit, I am not one to obsess over a healthy lifestyle. I don’t mind a glass of wine, love my chocolate and am a sucker for good cheese and bread. I have never owned a gym...

Call of the wild

To support conservation and experience the wild world at its best, start by recognising tourism organisations that endorse ethical travel, writes Kate Webster. They say an elephant never forgets, nor...

Ubumuntu is what we all need

Like many people around the world, I was horrified at news out of Christchurch, New Zealand, this week. Yet another racial attack on innocent people. I mourned for the deaths of people I don’t know...

Chilling at Crystal Creek Rainforest Retreat

Every now and then I think it is important to switch off, completely disconnect from the world and tune in to nature. This really does recharge the mind and soul in the purest way. Hidden on the Far...

Travel apps I swear by

I must admit, I live on my phone these days. I am not proud of it, but I really do depend on it to get me through my day to day. So, when it comes to travelling, I make sure I am armed with apps that...

Acts heal the hurt

Rwanda may be known as the ‘Heart of Africa’ because of its location, but as Kate Webster discovered, it is a country that is full of heart. As the world is gripped by the changes in daily life due...

Right at home in Rwanda

Being my second time visiting Rwanda, I thought I knew what to expect. I was wrong, as this small East African country has so much to offer. It is not a country you visit once, but a country that...

A year of travel

What a year 2019 has been. As the last issue of Asian Journeys Magazine goes out for 2019 and we start planning for 2020, I must take this opportunity to thank you for reading my column and articles...

Magical Magashi

Kate Webster discovers a place in Africa where wild things roam, all the way up to the foot of your bed.  Laying in bed, I was serenaded by hippos into one of the best sleeps I have ever had...

Voluntourism

Over my years of travel, I have morphed from being just a tourist with a camera visiting the hot spots, to developing a sense of reason when visiting far flung places. Travel has given me the...

A whale of a time

Nothing quite prepares you for coming face to face with a humpback whale. The experience really is life changing. There are few wildlife encounters that allow you to get this up close and personal...

Feeling gratitude daily in Laos

It is hard not to feel gratitude daily in Laos’ Luang Prabang. I found it such a peaceful place where every moment and experience was a true blessing. Laos is a country that remains lost in time...

Lost in time in Laos

Traversed by the Mekong River and mountainous terrain, Laos is a country that still holds much of its charm from yesteryear. Kate Webster takes you on a journey back in time to discover Luang Prabang...

Tradition warms the heart and soul

It is hard not to feel gratitude daily in Laos’ Luang Prabang, as Kate Webster discovers through age-old traditions in this heritage rich city. Laos is a country that remains lost in time, retraining...

My counter poaching camp experience in Africa

The sun is breaking over the horizon, a saffron glow engulfs the treetops. The view is beyond spectacular and you could be mistaken that all is calm with the sunrise’s friendly embrace. Things are...

Back to nature

Kate Webster takes time to relax, unwind and recharge at Crystal Creek Rainforest Retreat. Every now and then I think it is important to switch off, completely disconnect from the world and tune in...

TravellerKate on TV & Radio

Listen to the TravellerKate podcast on Spotify