Travel in its purest form is a practice of rejuvenation. Taken out of our usual setting, we break up our established routine and expose ourselves to new sights, sounds, and smells. This thrust into an unfamiliar scene ushers in ideas, emotions, and thoughts about the world—and about ourselves—we haven’t considered before. Read more “Verdant Ningbo: 72 Hours in China’s Hidden Green Jewel”
It’s somewhat of a local secret, the White Beach. No one can tell you exactly where to go or how to find it, but they let you know that it’s paradise, and it exists in an area where it’s hard to separate that dream from the reality. Read more “A Local’s Paradise: Port Barton, Philippines”
If you started to research surfing in Costa Rica, a number of surf camps would show up, and probably a recommendation for Tamarindo. Read more “A Novice Guide To Nosara, Costa Rica”
Imagine if the beach was your front yard, the stars were your roof, the coastal cliffs were your playground and complete strangers became your companions.
Off the beaten path from Brazil’s Rio de Janeiro and in the northern state of Bahia is the remote beach town of Caraíva. Read more “Behind The Lens: Time Travel In Caraíva, Brazil”
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. Read more “Little Mombo Camp: An Unforgettable Safari Experience”
Surrounded by powerful oceans, lined with black and white sandy beaches, and covered in vibrant green flora, Hawaii is easily labeled paradise. Read more “Hidden Hawaii Hotspots Only The Locals Know”
A completely solar-powered lodge in the heart of Jordan’s largest nature reserve, Feynan Ecolodge’s commitment to improving the socio-economic status of the local community is notable, with economic initiatives and employment of local people directly benefitting more than 90 families in the immediate region. Read more “Wish You Were Here: Feynan Ecolodge”
In 2015, Belgian photographer Johan Lolos spent one week in Jordan to capture the raw beauty in the desert dunes, canyons and ancient wonders of the Arab nation.
You don’t have to quit your job to see the world, but you also don’t have to spend your vacation days in a blur of frantic border-hopping. Discerning travelers are taking it slow and diving deeper into destinations for more memorable journeys.
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. Read more “Kura Design Villas”
Water. It is one of the most powerful and relatable elements on our planet. It’s changeability from soothing, reflective glass to waves that roar and crash – loud and angry – mirror our own range of human emotions.
Set amongst misty mountains and surrounded by gentle swirls of rice terraces, Ubud is one of those rare places where days have a way of turning into weeks, and weeks slowly become months. Read more “Why You Need To Pack Your Bags for Ubud”
The Super Bloom is a rare opportunity to capture the momentary colors of life in an otherwise vacant desert. Read more “Death Valley in Bloom”