Once she started looking for local honey in NYC, Giulia Grazzini found herself surrounded. From rooftop gardens on architecture firms to week-long honey festivals like Honey Fest, New York is full of honey bees and their delicious nectar. But it wasn’t until Giulia took a trip upstate when she discovered a treasure trove of honey-based delights.
As the first day of National Honey Monthapproaches, we wanted to take a look at a few of the sweetest and most outstanding honey festivals, beekeeping events and apiary tours that have created quite a buzz in the travel world.
Last month, our first newsletter sailed into inboxes all over the world and we were thrilled by how many people enjoyed dreaming about American road trips and ways to make them eco-friendly. In September, we are focusing on all things bee-friendly.
In the highlands of Chiang Mai, Thailand, there is an elephant sanctuary that has made a stand against animal mistreatment, created an interactive visitor's center, and has changed hundreds of elephant's lives for the better.
The sights, sounds and cultures of Tanzania are alive in New York City with Curious on Tanzania, a new social traveling platform that introduces people to the wonderful regions of Tanzania. Justa Lujwangana, Curious on Tanzania’s founder talks about a few things to look forward too.
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Washington, DC has always been known as a city of politics and power players. However, it is now starting to gain recognition as a foodie city. The common thread in many of these restaurants is the desire to work with local farms and introduce sustainable ingredients. Join guest writer Jessica van Dop De Jesus as she explores the most sustainable restaurants in DC.