The Incidental Tourist is a travel blog run by Dawn Jorgensen, who describes herself as a travel writer, earth advocate and, last but not least, proudly African! Her personal travel blog will appeal to all those travellers interested in the environment. Her interesting blogs feature her exciting accounts of her travel experiences which include anything and everything from crampon hiking in Patagonia, gorilla trekking in Uganda, tree planting in Zambia and even her involvement in Turtle Rescue in Kenya. Dawn feels very strongly about animal rights and environmental issues and has written about the problem of overfishing, endangered rhino and many other matters.
A prolific traveller, this travel bloggers posts include information all about her visit to Singapore, Mauritius, Thailand, Kenya, Switzerland, Germany, Ireland, Vietnam, Italy, Mexico, Honduras, Argentina, Uruguay, Benin, Bali, Israel, USA, UK, Netherlands, France, Belgium, Tanzania, Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Mozambique, Madagascar, Rwanda, Uganda, and Reunion Island. She is one well travelled individual!
Her deep love of what she calls her beloved Cape Town has granted many awards, including African Blogger Awards 2016, SA Travel Awards 2016, and more. She is the co-founder of African Blogger Network, her work regularly published in Travelstart, Grootbos, The Good Holiday, Sawubona, Traveller24 and UK’s Round the World Experts. Also Africa Travel (London), AA Traveller, On Route Magazine, Holmes Mag, Sailing, Roots of London, Sawubona, Travel Trade, African Travel Market and more.
Travel Blog: theincidentaltourist.com