Eli Sooker

The Traveling Conservationist
Blogger, Writer ✍️・Wildlife photographer, Conservationist 💚・Adamant traveler ✈️・ Getting amongst this crazy world 🌍



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Quick-Start Guide to Camping in Japan
22 days ago
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Campsite #12, Sapporo (Ft Otaru): Camping in Hokkaido's Largest City Part 1
a month ago
After all the talk about gentle countryside towns and isolated spots, you may be thinking, wait, what?!! You're in a city now?!! Well, I wasn't going to miss out on finding out what all the fuss was a...
Campsite #11, Furano: Flowers, Food and a Bar to Meet Locals
2 months ago
Unlike my sunny escapade in Biei, my single night in Furano was a miserable drizzle. Here, I also chose a park to camp in, again for the reason that there wasn't really any other option for camping un...
Campsite #9, Asahidake: Camping in the Mountains
2 months ago
Before we get into the blog post, please consider donating to support my freelance writing! Even a little helps You can also follow my blog or social media (links at bottom of page). I was super excit...
Campsite #5, Haboro: The Wild West Coast
2 months ago
Before we get into the article, here is a link to donate to support my writing. Otherwise you can follow me on my blog or social media (links at bottom of page). My main goal after Asahikawa was to ge...
Campsite #10, Biei: A Flourish of Flowers
2 months ago
Biei was by far the most romantic sorta place I visited on my travels. Perfectly-lined fields of grass and dirt waiting for seeds to sprout forth their life into the fresh country air, flower farms bu...