A solo communion with nature, Wiltshire
Feeling the land beneath your feet in the Brecon Beacons, South Wales
Reconnecting with soil and the solstice, South Devon
Finding a city’s feathered delights, London
Building, cooking and feasting the ancient way, in East Devon
Bonding with equine companions amid the wilds of Dartmoor, Devon
Bringing an ancient landscape back to life in the Scottish Highlands
Creating art the neolithic way along the wild North Yorkshire coastline
Feel the lunar magic on a starlit wander, Suffolk.
As part of International Women’s Day on 8th March, we chat to woman in travel Jini Reddy – author of part inspirational narrative, part practical guide Wild Times – about her extraordinary experiences connecting with nature in Britain.
Jini Reddy’s Wild Times takes the top guidebook prize at the annual British Guild of Travel Writers’ awards evening.
Jini Reddy, author of our new Wild Times book, took over our Instagram to share some of her favourite natural experiences with us.
Wild Times author Jini Reddy explores ways we can connect with nature through senses, emotion and intuition.