Sober Travel changes the way you see the world

Sober Travel has completely changed the way that I engage with the world around me. Rather than using travel as a form of escapism, I challenge you to use it to get to know yourself on a deeper level.

Sobriety has encouraged me to get creative in my travels and to seek out meaningful experiences that make both my body and my mind feel good. Whether you’re sober curious and interested in putting together your first sober trip, or you’re looking for something out of the box for your 100th sober trip, I have you covered.

Behind the Adventures

My Recovery Story

I got sober at the age of 26 when it became clear that alcohol was keeping me depressed and ruining my life. But it was a long road to get there. Prior to getting sober, alcohol was the love of my life. I genuinely believed that it made me more of myself – it made me the fun, life of the party. It calmed the constant loop of anxiety in my mind. But like any abusive relationship, it also sabotaged my life of those things as well.

After a particularly scary night of drinking, I decided it had to be the end. If I kept on living the way I was, I would ruin my life for good and lose those that were closest to me. It was a hard decision and was the worst break up I’ve ever gone through, but it was so worth it. I was terrified that I’d never experience joy without booze again, and that couldn’t be further from the truth.

Sobriety, and Sober Travel, have been the greatest joys of my life. I’ve discovered myself in different places all over the world. I’ve made authentic friendships canyoneering waterfalls and hiking mountains, rather than inside the bar. I’ve discovered a life that’s rich with meaning and void of hangovers. I’m so excited to share this profound way of traveling with you.

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