Celebrate Life’s Adventures is for environmentally and socially conscious travellers who enjoy diverse cultural experiences, being one with nature, and a slower pace of life.
Who am I? I’m Tazim—Head Adventure Seeker at Celebrate Life’s Adventures!
I’ve travelled to 15 countries around the world, studied 3 different languages (I didn’t say that I spoke any of them!), lived in 4 countries, changed careers several times, gone backcountry camping for a week a few times, been skydiving, zip-lining, and more.
You likely don’t want to sell everything and back-pack around Europe for a year or indefinitely. And maybe you can’t stomach the idea of skydiving or bungee jumping. Perhaps you feel adventurous in a different way—the things you’ve experienced along your journey matter!
I’ve spent about 6 months backpacking all around India by rail with my best friend before moving to Vancouver from Calgary, and I’ve had tons of overseas adventures.
These days I road trip in British Columbia and Alberta, mostly.
I’m interested in exploring diverse cultural experiences, digging deeper (really immersing myself in local culture), sustainable travel, and getting to the hidden or not often discussed stories from the people I meet and the places I visit.
Celebrate Life’s Adventures is all about enjoying everyday adventures, from local travel and experiences to ways to celebrate along the way, to road-trips and non-local travel.
Oh, and you’ll likely hear me mentioning My National Quest quite a bit. What is it? Well, I’m on a quest to spend time in all 212 National Historic Sites, National Parks, and National Marine Conservation Sites in Canada!
Random stuff about me (Tazim Damji):
-I have run the popular Vancouver lifestyle blog BeingTazim.com for over 8 years
-I’m team waffles over pancakes
-I’ve been vegan for about 17 years
-I’m on a quest to visit every national park in Canada
Want to work together? Contact me and let’s chat. Or check out and download my media kit. You can also email me: firstname.lastname@example.org
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- Prioritize the well-being of nature over photography.
- Educate yourself about the places you photograph.
- Reflect on the possible impact of your actions.
- Use discretion if sharing locations.
- Know and follow rules and regulations.
- Always follow Leave No Trace principles and strive to leave places better than you found them.
- Actively promote and educate others about these principles