Taz goes with the flow

 

Taz Liffman from IntrepidIntrepid’s Responsible Business Assistant, Taz Liffman, is renowned for his laid-back temperament, but when it comes to sustainable travel he’s a man on a mission. We put Taz under the spotlight to find out a little more about his travel passions…

Q: How do you describe your occupation?
A:
I’m primarily responsible for reporting and calculating the carbon offsets required for purchase to ensure that Intrepid’s trips are all operating as carbon neutral.

Q: What’s your favourite part of the job?
A:
Eating all the leftover cakes from our Sales Department’s bake-offs – just because I hate seeing good food go to waste! Though saving the world one carbon off-set at a time is pretty sweet too.

Q: What’s your favourite travel destination?
A:
Anywhere in Africa. Closest thing I’ve found to a second world.

Q: Do you have a personal travel philosophy?
A:
Go with the flow.

Q: How are you a responsible traveller?
A:
A lot of minor adjustments to our travel style can make us responsible travellers, but one of the main things I take with me is water purification tablets, so that I’m not buying hundreds of plastic bottles along the way.

Q: What places do you like to avoid:
A:
Anywhere that might remind me of home. I love discovering new places and immersing myself in the unfamiliar.

Q: You never travel without…?
A:
My trusty travel towel. It’s 15 years old, dries in 2 minutes flat, and has accompanied me to over 30 countries. Some say it smells a bit, but I don’t see it that way.

Q: Your best travel tip?
A:
Maps will only get you feeling lost.

Q: What’s the dream Intrepid trip you want to take?
A:
Iran Adventure.

Q: “When I’m on holiday…”
A:
I usually start thinking about my next trip!

For more information on Intrepid’s responsible travel philosophies please visit our website.

 

About the author

Sue Elliot - Like many of us, Sue contracted a serious travel bug at an early age. She's visited over 90 countries in search of a cure, but her wanderlust just seems to get worse. Thankfully at Intrepid Travel she's amongst people who understand the affliction and since 1998 Sue has enjoyed being our blog and newsletter editor. Here you'll find helpful travel advice and inspiring tales from Sue and other Intrepid travellers.

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