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Subscribe to our newsletter, the Travel Scout, by October 31st and enter to win a Travel Purifier water bottle and filter from GRAYL. That's not all, anyone who signs up will get a 20% discount coupon for a bottle or filter of their choice.

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Once in awhile, there is an idea that is so magnetic it turns heads and pulls the attention from all the other ideas clamoring for attention. The luxury gourmet subscription box Try the World was one of those ideas. This is our review.

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Haunted houses, zombies, witches, dinner with Dracula, no matter where you are or where you’re going, there are thrills to be experienced. From Sleepy Hollow shenanigans to zombie overrun obstacle courses to goose bump ridden ghost tours, our latest newsletter has a plethora of destinations that are both spine tingling and sustainable.

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Amsterdam’s love of all things sustainable and tolerance for LGBTQ travelers makes it a European essential.

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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.

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When a beloved trail and wilderness park goes up in smoke, priorities are realized.

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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.    

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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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Immersion Travel Magazine is launching a brand new newsletter designed to bring engaging and inspiring, themed, travel information directly to your inbox once a month. Sign up today to get the first installment of The Travel Scout, featuring epic road trips, tips and inspirations.    

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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.

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