Lucy Shepherd



As genuine travel has become easier and easier, true adventure has inevitably become ever more elusive. Enter Lucy Shepherd.

Lucy is an Explorer. Named by The Times as ‘The most hardcore member of the new generation of British adventurers.’ Shepherd is the real deal and at the forefront of modern exploration. From mountain ranges to tropical rainforests, to the Arctic tundra, she is plotting a thrilling, inimitable path for herself.

Her message? Adventure is a mindset, not a moment.

Aged just twenty-three, Lucy was made a Fellow of the Royal Geographic Society for her ground-breaking exploration work, and she is also the youngest member of the council of the Scientific Exploration Society, one of the world’s oldest exploration charities.

Lucy made a mark on the global stage after successfully leading and completing a pioneering jungle expedition across an isolated part of the Amazon. Lucy and her team of indigenous Amerindians spent 50 days moving through uncharted and untouched jungle, facing dangers every single day.

With an ever-growing media profile, multiple documentaries in the works, many places left to visit, and millions still to inspire, you can be certain that she will continue to be a vital presence on the world stage for decades to come.