we traced ancient cities and the Star Wars star in the red desert
in Wadi Rum.
From the buzzling Buenos
Aires in Argentina to the incredible landscapes of
Tracing the old Silk Road in Samarkand, Bukhara and Khiva in
In California we went down the Pacific Coast and later traced
the footsteps of the great
Gold Rush in 1849.
Follow us as The Travelling Bears travel the famous
Orient Express from Amsterdam to Venice.
Follow us as we travel to explore Aphrodite's island
Driving 4,200 km, we went from
Palaces to Attics to bring
back our human's belongings.
Follow the bears hunting lavender, sunflowers,
perfume and wineries in Provence.
Searching for the standing stones at Callanish, we
travelled all the way to the Outer Hebrides.
We went to the famous Ha Long Bay in
Vietnam and traced the war from the tunnels
to Rex Hotel.
Touring the canals of Amsterdam,
we discovered a million bikes and a million museums...
Follow the bears as they travel to America to study the great
Solar Eclipse 2017.
Follow McBear and Roger as they golf their way through
the dense jungle of grass and a rough green.
Cruising nearly 12,000 km from Chicago,
San Antonoi, Kalispell and back in 3 weeks
On the Road.
We are The Travelling Bears, a gang of Toy Animals
living in Dublin in Ireland.
Our world of travelling started in year 2000 when McBear did his pioneering trips
to Scotland and Peru.
That year McBear teamed up with Roger and we started to travel together.
Since then we've regularly taken to the road to explore nations and cities by land,
air and by sea.
When at home, McBear is busy in his office. He's the president of
Toy Animals' Rights.
Roger is always busy writing books or music, doing sports or talking
to bears and humans.
All you need is Bears!
Toy Animals' Rights of Finglas
Aim & scope
A. It is the aim of Toy Animals' Rights of Finglas (TARF) to improve the
health and living conditions for TA's not only in Finglas East, Ireland, but in
the world in general.
B. We believe that every Toy Animal (TA) has a right to be treated with fairness
and respect and to be recognized for the important work they do.
C. We consider a TA to be any animal filled with stuffing whether assembled by
hand or machine with the intention of achieving a look of an animal, be it cute or
ferocious, and to serve as a lucky charm, souvenir or as a comfort to human beings,
in particular children of all ages.
D. We believe that
- Every TA should be named and given a personal identity
- Every TA must have sufficient space allocated to be considered its home
- Every TA should be given belongings such as clothing, mugs, furniture and toys
- Damaged or worn out TA's should if possible be repaired
Signed in Finglas East, the Republic of Ireland, August 2001