What encouraged travelers to book a flight twenty years ago as compared to today couldn’t encompass a larger disparity. While the idea of escapism once caught the attention of many weary wanderers, the concept of solely basking in a beautiful paradise and sunbathing at an all-inclusive resort no longer assuages this generations’ worldly desires. Read more “How Conservation Will Define The Next Generation Of Travel”
In today’s fast-paced, technology-driven world, allocating time to unwind, relax and rejuvenate is more important than ever. Jamaica Inn recognizes this with their unique treatment menu at the resort’s spa. With wraps, masks, massages, facials and retreats, the intriguing offers are meant to pull you away from your hectic life so you can tune out the noise and tune into your senses. Read more “Date To Be Pampered at the Jamaica Inn’s Luxurious Ocean Spa”
When Anton Repponen woke up in the back seat of his 4×4 off-road Toyota, it was still dark outside. He wasn’t quite sure where he was — somewhere within the Brazilian state of Ceará, surely – perhaps a few dozen kilometers outside of Fortaleza, perhaps a bit more. Read more “On The Horizon with Anton Repponen”
Not so long ago Pharrell Williams described being happy as feeling like a room without a roof. Personally, I relate happiness more to feeling like a room filled with Gray Malin’s art. Read more “Gray Malin: Happiness Is in the Eye of the Beholder”
Polly Brown collaborates with Mr & Mrs Smith to capture a photograph that embodies each of their twelve award-winning hotels, for an around-the-world project that only ignites her love for travel even more. Read more “Taking Flight With Polly Brown”
Widely acclaimed photographer and cinematographer, Andy Best, has managed to do what most people only dream of doing: traversing some of the world’s most breathtaking landscapes—and getting paid to do it. Read more “Learning Tricks of The Trade with Outdoor Photographer Andy Best”
Inspired by her Indian roots, Megan Kothari is saving the art of traditional jewelry making from its extinction. Her brand AARYAH, also the Sanskrit word for rare, inspires confidence on the New York streets. Read more “Meet Megan of AARYAH: Tribal Indian Jewelry With A Modern Twist”
A 10-day journey aboard the Celebrity Infinity ship gives one traveler a chance to find a way to sound sleep again. Sailing the open seas and hopping between the islands of Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao, she rediscovers cruise travel and follows her curiosities into the colorful streets of the Dutch Antilles. Read more “Cruising to the Dutch Antilles with Celebrity Cruises”
Just like bees spend their lives working in community, spreading their purpose and making flowers grow, so does the collaborative and vibrant philosophy behind the Yellow Conference. Read more “Blooming Yellow: A Chat with Yellow Founder, Joanna Waterfall”
Long before there were “influencers” and Instagram became a lens via which to peer into their respective personal spaces, Coveteur.com was capturing unfiltered, behind-the-scenes glimpses into fashion-industry personalities around the world, many of them unknown (and often unrecognized) at the time – stylists, makeup artists and designers – all tastemakers in their own right.
What do you get the ‘world travelers’ on your list? The ones who are constantly in transit, going to and from an exotic beach to off-the-grid ski chalet. Read more “A Last Minute Holiday Gift Guide For The World Traveler”
“Oh, look! There’s a building in the desert!” Seriously. The Headquarters of the United Nations sits comfortably and picturesquely amid an Arabian desert, dunes of nothingness behind its modern and clean façade.