Jackson Groves Continues to Enjoy Madeira and Porto Santo

Jackson Groves the Australian Nomad has been in Madeira since August and promoting the island to his 420,000 followers.

I have already shared a few videos from this adventurer, from Bica da Cana, Pico Areeiro, and those amazing photos he took of the full moon.

“The Plan is simple, spend a few months in the archipelago, enjoying a relaxed lifestyle with a lot of exploration, writing, photography, physical preparation, and general well being. Nothing too crazy, just consistent adventures”.

Jackson says “In five years of travel, I honestly never felt as much freedom as that when I left Madeira Airport”

He has swum in the clearest of waters and bathed in one of the coldest waterfalls in his life.

Jackson is now in Porto Santo for 10 days,  so we can look forward to more great photography and videos from our beautiful sister Island.

You can follow Jackson on his YouTube Page.

Or check his photos on Instagram

He has a great blog, and with the link below, you can see all his adventures since being in Madeira, there are four pages of adventures to explore and some amazing photography.

https://www.journeyera.com/category/portugal/madeira/

Jackson also collects rubbish on his travels, a bag of trash for each adventure. He calls them the Adventure Bag, as seen below in his Instagram post, just click, and you can see all the photos of where he has collected rubbish in Madeira.

 I encourage you all to collect a bag of trash on your next hike, waterfall adventure, or visit to the beach. I call it nature’s entry fee. Tag @adventurebagcrew and I always repost your photos on the story or feed to encourage more to join the movement. Adventure Hard ?? Swipe right fit a full gallery from this adventure with the crew. Photos by me and @digitaltravelcouple ??#Madeira @visitmadeira

 

 

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Hey guys! This is an ADVENTURE BAG! In case you’re new here the idea is that every time you go on an adventure like a hike, to a waterfall or visit the beach you also fill up a bag of trash. Think of it as natures entry fee! SWIPE ACROSS to see all of the Adventure Bags I’ve collected so far on Madeira Island in Portugal ?? If you collect an Adventure Bag post it on your story or feed and tag @adventurebagcrew so I can repost it to that page to share it with others and inspire more people to join the movement and put in the effort to do the same. By the way, Madeira has been really, really clean so I’m impressed but as always where there are humans there’s trash so I’ve had no problem filling up a bag on each hike! TAG A FRIEND in the comments who you want to collect a bag with ?? Enjoy your adventures! #Madeira #Portugal

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