Right In The Feels: Rehome Travel's Touching New Video

Reho Travel’s CEO Karsten Horne has released the fourth video in his Rehome Travel series and it’s one that’s sure to strike an emotional chord with travel lovers.

Reho Travel’s CEO Karsten Horne has released the fourth video in his Rehome Travel series and it’s one that’s sure to strike an emotional chord with travel lovers.

During the video, which you can watch below, he shares his memories from a time when we could all fly long haul.

In each verse he describes the moment in one hand and cleverly balances it with the emotion he is feeling at the time.

“Every country I visited, every person I met, made an indelible impression like a permanent sunset”.

The beautiful video created using footage captured on his iPhone shows off the incredible diversity of this planet and what is possible once we get off the beaten track. 

There is a common theme throughout as we discover that Karsten is clearly not a spectator, immersing himself into a variety of experiences with boundless energy.

From landing at the worlds most dangerous airport to standing on the worlds highest freestanding mountain to peering down into an active volcano and coming face to face with a Silverback Gorilla, every moment is captured as every feeling is described.

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Karsten said once we are able to travel again, he has “no doubt that our appreciation of the ability to travel combined with a new awareness on the impact we have on other cultures and the environment will have a profound effect”.

“As the travel landscape re-emerges after the lockdown, I would hope to see this new level of consciousness extend across all elements of the industry” 

Reho Travel’s CEO Karsten Horne

“When the bans are all lifted the planet is sure to have changed, at the least our place at natures table will have been rearranged,” he said.

“We will travel in small numbers, a few at a time, Reaching places where our impact could shift the paradigm.”

Do you think we will all travel differently, or do you think once the flood gates open, your clients will be chasing a deal, no matter the consequences?