Safer Travel Talk

Podcasts to Inform, Inspire and Provide Insight into the World of Travel

Safer Travel Talk Podcasts

Talking Travel

We are excited about travel, new adventures, beautiful horizons and different ways to explore the world. Safer Travel Talk discusses all things travel with a different focus each episode. As passionate as we are about travel, we also care deeply about travel safety.

Our aim is to talk about different travel experiences around the world. Discuss safe practices and different safety techniques to help inspire and educate others before embarking on their next adventure.

Episode One

Caroline’s Rainbow Foundation and Safer Travel co-founders, Richard Stuttle and his mother Marjorie Marks-Stuttle discuss Caroline’s story, the charity milestones and their hopes for the future.

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Episode Two

We caught up with our friend, Mark Mattinson to discuss his recent volunteering experience in Kenya with the non-profit children’s charity, Future Of Taru.

Click the link below for more information on Future Of Taru:

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Episode Three

Jonathan Tait-Harris joined us to discuss his experiences travelling in extreme and often hostile environments, while also sharing some key pieces of advice for anyone thinking of embarking on a travelling experience.

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Episode Four

Travel blogger, Poppy Kuroki joined us from Japan via Zoom to discuss her experience living abroad and the safety considerations to be aware of when visiting the country.

You can follow Poppy’s blog at

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Join the Conversation

We are looking for people to take part in our new podcast series, if you have a travel story to tell or have in depth knowledge about any of the following topics please get in touch.

  • Sustainable travel
  • Study abroad
  • Camp America
  • Backpacking adventures
  • Reverse culture shock
  • Digital nomad – working remotely
  • Working abroad
  • Winter ski & snowboard seasons
  • Travelling with a disability
  • Female Travel Safety
  • Travelling for work