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From Destinations show in London to Brazil

We bought a couple of bottles at Destinations in London this year and promised to send photos of us using them in Brazil. We...

Parque de la Papa staying with Andean Farmers

Watertogo, a must have for four day trek  on Inca trail to Machu Picchu , see pictures and essential for our adventure in the...

Mountainbiking in Wales

I spent two days mountain biking around Wales with my trusty Water-to-Go Active Bottle keeping me hydrated. No need to worry about how far...

Sponsoring Bonsucro Global Week.

Since Water to Go started making eco friendly water bottles in the UK, made entirely from sugarcane waste, we became members of Bonsucro.  Bonsucro...

Splodzblogz review 75 cls active (http://splodzblogz.co.uk )

Gear Review: Water-to-Go Filter Bottle I met up with the person behind Water-to-Go in the UK at the National Outdoor Expo, and they were kind...

The road from Palmyra to Aleppo, Syria

So good to use water to Go bottles in use on my trip from Palmyra to Aleppo. I recommend these bottles to all my...

Bottled water; the big rip off!!

I complain about the cost of petrol and diesel, now £1.40 plus per litre but I nearly collapsed when I worked out how much...

No need for expensive bottled water in Portugal

On a weeks holiday in Portugal, no need to buy bottled water at €1.60 per little bottle! Just used my Water to Go sugarcane,...

Great for the family in Egypt!

Also I thought I would let you know (like it was ever doubt) that your bottles have as always held up super well in...

Kiwano Tourism on Water to Go

Rebecca Woolford, founder of sustainability tourism advisors, Kiwano Tourism, recently used the Water to Go sugarcane bottles in Sierra Nevada. 55cls Sugarcane Bottle Kelp...

Everest Base camp life saver!!

Everest Base camp life saver!! “These water bottles not only kept us alive and well, but also saved us from having to constantly drink...

As featured in the Times on Saturday

Never mind that you pay more per litre for water than petrol or diesel, read below to see what The New Scientist has published...
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