Project Explore Ltd announced the launch of its innovative website, beouthere.com, designed to help adventure enthusiasts of all levels to maximise their thrill seeking endeavours. With more than 4,350 APs operating in over 275 Countries & States, providing over 60 types of activity, how does the everyday adventurer discover their next adventure? Powered by the the largest database of its kind, beouthere.com simplifies this task by delivering user reviews and ratings for a large proportion of global adventure providers. By sharing the experience of those adventurers which have gone before, users can make an informed choice quicker, easier and safer and discover their own next adventure.
According to Seb Mower, Managing Director of Project Explore and founder of beouthere.com, this is the aim of every adventurer, whatever their level of skill, enthusiasm and experience. “At the heart of every adventure is a sense of anticipation. People want to have the best experience they can and to go away thrilled, exhilarated, and looking forward to their next adventure. They don’t want to go away disappointed. From providing important advice on everything where relevant – from safety, instruction, equipment, accommodation, value – beouthere.com helps remove the unwanted elements of risk while delivering the most flexible and personalised service of its kind.”
Heavily influenced by growing international concerns over the sustainability of adventure travel, beouthere.com aims to raise eco-awareness while still delivering the information that users are wanting. According to Mower, beouthere.com wants to educate and not alienate users. “Making people feel guilty is not the way forward. To achieve real change in this market we need adventure travellers on our side which means providing meaningful environmental information and advice.” beouthere.com identifies thousands of ‘local’ adventure providers – companies that are usually on the adventurer’s doorstep". And as Mower accurately notes, “If we can get people to recognise the adventure that’s on their doorstep, we can help cut the environmental impact of adventurers.”