Maxim Magazine once described Mark Eveleigh as "a borderline insane modern-day explorer".
In 1992 Mark Eveleigh spent six hours reviewing his life while swinging from the end of a fraying cable in the world’s highest cable-car, in Venezuela. The psychological shock was enough to send him plummeting down the slippery slope into the shadowy world of freelance travel journalism.
While he most enjoys chasing adventure angles among remote communities in Asia, Africa and Latin America, he has also reported over the years from many of the world’s most luxurious hotels, resorts, trains and boats.
Working as both writer and photographer Mark has published more than 600 full-length features for 100 magazines. He’s authored and co-authored several books – including Fever Trees of Borneo and Maverick in Madagascar (published by National Geographic) – and his work has been translated into a dozen languages.