Jeremy Head is travel writer, broadcaster and blogger based in Brighton, UK. His award-winning travel writing has appeared in most of the UK’s national newspapers and specialist travel magazines.
He currently combines freelance writing and content consultancy with working for web and social media agnecy iCrossing as travel editor. His role here involves social media and content strategy development as well as writing and commissioning travel content for major UK travel brands.
Jeremy is also an occasional speaker specialising in the use of social media in the travel sector, writes guidebooks about Andalucia for the USA's largest travel publisher Frommer's and previously presented undercover reports for ITV's Holidays Undercover.
Find out more at www.jeremyhead.com
The mountains of Ethiopia are home to an abundance of special creatures – and a new lodge is providing the perfect base to seek one of the rarest, the Ethiopian wolf...Read more
Jeremy Head hops on his bike and discovers what Slovenia, Serbia and Croatia have to offer...Read more
For years a locked-down communist state, today Albania offers wild landscapes, lovely beaches – and the chance to have breakfast between Miss Serbia and Miss MadagascarRead more
Jeremy Head gives us his ideal 3 day tour through the Souqs, Mosques and tea stops of DamascusRead more
Diving coral-encrusted shipwrecks, navigating underground rivers, swimmming through goo - discover what lies beneath Palawan, the Philippine's wild west islandRead more
Warm fires and cosy pubs? Pah! Jeremy Head plunges into surging seas, hikes windswept mountains and wallows in weed in County Down's great outdoorsRead more
Jeremy Head discovers that everyone loves a Beatle in St Petersberg as he explores John Lennon Street - what else!Read more
Jeremy Head learns how to snowmobile with the locals in Russia's far north-westRead more
With its wooden churches, frozen lakes and spirit beliefs, Karelia feels like a land from a children’s story – apart from the snowmobiles. We plough away from St Petersburg into the Russian north-westRead more
The gorillas are the stars, but there’s more to Rwanda: head south for regal history and – in neighbouring Burundi – hip-swinging nightlifeRead more
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