British born adventurer, Laura Bingham, left home at 18 years of age to explore the earth and it’s kaleidoscope of cultures. Laura traveled through the Greek Islands, Continental Europe, Africa, Asia and North/Central America before eventually landing in Mexico where she taught English and undertook challenging conservation work to protect the endangered Jaguar.
Challenging herself even further Laura, and a crew of two men and a cat, sailed back home to England across the Atlantic in a 38ft Trimaran.
Following this Laura cycled 7000km across South America with no money to raise awareness and money for a childrens charity called ‘Operation South America’ in Paraguay. Alongside her work with ‘Operation South America’ she has recently become an ambassador for 'The Childrens Air Ambulance’ and ‘British Exploring Society’ to help raise money and awareness.”
She believes in persistence, following ones dreams and hopes to aid others in giving them the opportunity to follow their dreams. Specifically focusing on children and their future, as she will be a mother herself in June 2017.