Learning to ride a bike remains a nostalgic childhood memory for most. After a wobbly start and an eventual mastery of riding these two-wheelers, bike-riding continues to pose as a prime mode of transportation for many. Whether you hop on your bike for some outdoor exercise, use it to travel to and from work, or
Luxurious, alluring and enchanting, the Isle of Capri has attracted visitors by the likes of intellectuals, artists, and writers for centuries, all enthralled by the island’s natural beauty. A blend of history, nature and culture bring the ‘Legend of Capri’ to life; a tale that an average of 20,000 daily tourists set out to discover
Calling all dance music aficionados -- looking for an exotic getaway to end your summer that is lapped in luxury yet off-the-beaten path? Skip Ibiza this year and join us at the Oasis Festival, taking place from September 16-18th in the opulent surroundings of The Source in Marrakech. Celebrating its 2nd year, Oasis Festival offers an incomparable festival experience with stage-side
Sublime beauty Kate Parfet brings this editorial to life, shot by Los Angeles-based photographer Heather Hixon in Vasquez Rocks Natural Area Park. Standing on land once home to the Tatavium American Indians, there is rich history contained in the rocks and dry grass she stands on. Credits Photographer: Heather Hixon Stylist: Heather Rest HMU: Stephanie Smith Model: Kate
“In many ways, my favorite place is the one I haven’t been to yet. You have this wonderful, innocent curiosity about places you haven’t visited. Nothing is quite like setting foot somewhere for the first time; it is an intense, beautiful feeling.” A deep sense of nostalgia and longing for the outdoors has not only
Natural, irrational and appealing are the methodical descriptors the photography duo known as Synchrodogs chose to characterize their work. Although untraditional in nature, these attributes prove iconic and true for all of their photos. Tania Shcheglova, the model, and Roman Noven, the photographer, prefer to shoot with film, allowing for a more “colorful,” and honest
Port Douglas, in Australia’s far north Queensland, has seduced many who have come before and it’s not hard to see why. The gateway to the only place in the world where two UNESCO World Heritage sites intersect, the pristine Great Barrier Reef and the oldest rainforest on Earth, the Daintree Rainforest, Port Douglas is the
This story appears in "Global Generation" Volume 01 It may be a cliché but travel really does open the mind up to a world of new possibilities. No one knows this better than Dave Grossman who, on a chance surf trip to Nicaragua in 2010, instantly felt a deep connection to the country and its raw
This story appears in "Global Generation" Volume 01 Hailing from Mankato City, Minnesota, Jimmy Chin has soared into the spotlight from humble upbringings to be recognized as one of the world’s most proficient adventure photographer-filmmakers. His most familiar tale has become one of a harrowing climb up Mount Meru, a 21,850-foot climb located in India’s Gharwal
The temples of Angkor Wat stand shrouded in mystery as the haze disappears in the early morning light. Throngs of tourists start to fill into the complex alongside the monks shuffling in a daily procession of prayer through the main entrance.
With the eco-tourism trend gathering momentum within the tourism industry, it’s clear that travelers are becoming increasingly mindful of lowering their impact on the destinations they visit.