Say Yes to Adventure is a beautifully-designed print publication that explores the stories of passionate people and the motivations behind their inspirational adventures. Featuring a broad range of subject matter focused on exploration, creativity, adventure and discovery, we aim to be a source of inspiration for those who seek an active and exciting lifestyle.
Designed as a premium product, this is a timeless publication that stays on the coffee table and gets passed around and enjoyed by people of all ages. Decadent in style and captivating in content, this magazine is sure to impress.
Say Yes to Adventure founder Hollie Woodhouse was searching for a creative way to raise funds for Running for Rangers, an organisation which supports the ranger’s welfare across the private wildlife conservancies in Kenya. Part of a five-strong team, she tackled the famous Marathon des Sables, a gruelling 250 kilometre foot race across the Sahara Desert in Morocco, successfully raising over US$115,000 for this cause.
Hollie wanted to find a way to harness people's passion for exploration and adventure and use it to protect our most precious resource, the great outdoors, for future generations. Her love for sport, adventure and design led to the creation of this beautiful magazine, with the idea to share people’s amazing adventures and inspire others to create their own.
Say Yes to Adventure partners with conservation organisations to support their ongoing work, specifically those across the private wildlife conservancies in Kenya.
Founder + Editor + Creative
Hollie is a Kiwi who is based in Christchurch, NZ. She was fortunate to grow up immersed in the outdoors, exploring and experiencing any adventure that came her way.
Her passion for sport, adventure and design has led to the creation of this beautiful magazine, with the idea to share people’s amazing adventures and inspire others to create their own. While she attempts to see as much of the world as she can and has explored many wonderful landscapes, nothing quite beats the hills and mountains of the Southern Alps that create the backdrop to her family home.