Accomplished entrepreneur and founder of Travel Noire, Zim Ugochukwu was able to spend a few minutes with us and share her plans for attending theNew York Travel Festival as well as a few ideas about the future of travel and the flourishing black travel community.
Not only hasLee Abbamonte traveled to 318 countries, islands and cities around the world, he will be at the New York Travel Festival to talk about his adventures and the lessons he has learned along the way. Lee agreed to share a few of his plans and some travel wisdom with us before the festival.
Join us as we spend a few minutes with Julie Schwietert Collazo, a successful travel journalist with a mission to change the face of travel writing and to bring the craft of storytelling to the forefront.
It is time for the Wild Asia Responsible Tourism Awards and applications are now being accepted. If you are a responsible and sustainable tourism company in Asia, then it’s time for you to be recognized.
Editor in Chief Clare Hancock travels solo to Auburn, California where she drinks in the beauty, practices her budding photography skills and wrestles with the social implications of eating alone at local restaurants.
Let us introduce you to the best hostel in Boston: Hostelling International Boston. If you are traveling solo, love a good deal and want to get the most out of your trip, this is where you want to stay.
The countdown to our new favorite travel festival has begun!The New York Travel Festivalis set to make a splash on April 18th and 19th and we couldn’t be more excited to see what it has in store. Roni Weiss, the event's producer, tells us what to look forward to.
Spending time in rural Africa is an experience that should be taken but never taken lightly. Our guest writer Ken Firestone has spent years meeting different communities in Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda and other countries and has learned valuable lessons along the way.