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Becca Marsh
Freelance Writer, Editor and Photographer, Global Convoy
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About me

I consider myself an adventurer, and I work mostly as a writer and photographer, creating content for travel websites and blogs. I spend as much time as I can exploring the lesser visited corners of the world, primarily through 'overlanding'. I find that driving through a country gives you a more clear understanding of its people and provides experiences like no other. The ability to reach the more rural and remote areas rewards you with the most unique and meaningful encounters.

I have been a fellow of the Royal Geographical Society since 2018 and I have worked with various brands within the travel world.

Why did you join the community?

To meet like-minded travellers and expand my network within the travel and tourism universe.

What is your favorite travel destination?

It is hard to choose one place, but I think the Americas have a lot to offer. My favourite countries would be Colombia, Chile, El Salvador, and Guatemala.

Where do you dream of traveling to?

A part of the world I have not had the chance to explore is India and South East Asia, so I hope to visit these areas of the world soon.

What was your first travel job?

Content Creator, specifically writing blogs and creating city guides.

What do you want to learn more about?

Sustainable travel, as I think this is a key topic for the future of travel and tourism.

Three words that describe why we should travel?

Learn, develop and grow


  • It truly was amazing! Where was your favourite place to drive? Driving the bus certainly took logistics to the next level but it was so worth it, we loved it.

  • For sure! Yes it was fairly simple. We used a local company called Overland Embassy based in Panama City and they managed to get us on a flat rack, so it wasn’t as much as roll on roll off. In the past we have done the shopping ourselves and it’s always... show more

  • Thank you, it truly was epic and I really hope you can join us one day! Honestly, I think the most challenging part was not physical, it was mental. Keeping group morale high in circumstances out of our control was very difficult when it was unclear wh... show more

  • You may have seen my post last year about driving a school bus from Alaska to Argentina, and, well, we did it! 234 days later we completed our journey from Prudhoe Bay, Alaska, to Fin Del Mundo, Argentina. It certainly was a challenge and we faced many ... show more

  • A trend that I think we may see is a rise in adventure travel. Perhaps this is because it’s an area of focus for me, but I have come across a number of people planing long distance, overland adventures. Perhaps this is due to a more clearer end to the p... show more