We've been hearing a lot of ideas and frustrations around the travel blogosphere about ways to sell sustainability to diverse travel audiences. Well, for those of you who have been itching to learn how best to do this, The International Ecoturism Society and EplerWood International have put together a class that will get you started.
After a successful trip to Boston and Burlington, VT, we are ready to start putting our thrid issue together and if the stories we discovered along the way are any indication, it is going to be quite the experience. Here's a little teaser of what's to come.
In celebration of World Rhino Day we thought it would be fun to do a little digging and find some of the best lodges in Africa where travelers can witness rhinos in the wild and support conservation efforts.
I ran down the steps through the mass of other photographers, tripping but somehow managing to stay upright and moving forward. The others seemed confused by my burst of speed and near suicidal attempt to get down the steps quickly, but I wasn’t about to miss this opportunity.
We are on the fifth day of our production trip for our third trial issue featuring Boston and Burlington, VT. These days have been filled to the brim with exciting activities, stories, interviews, delicious food, and intriguing history.
September marks our first round of advertising packages purchased by two businesses whose products we have tested and come to trust: GRAYL and Bluff Works. With more partnerships with incredible companies like these, we will soon be producing monthly issues in no time.
It’s out! Our second trial issue has hit the magazine stands at the Apple Store and is free to download for anyone with access to an iPad. You can find our app by searching for “Immersion Travel Magazine” at the Apple Store.
If there is something we’ve learned the last few months regarding magazine production and content updates, it is that no matter how hard you work, how early your deadline is or how much you wish for good things to happen, something always winds up taking more time than expected. For our second trial issue, that thing has turned out to be the Apple Store.
Obruni. It is a Twi word meaning “outsider,” “foreigner,” me. It is commonly used in Ghana and while it does not carry a negative connotation, it definitely reminds you you’re not from these parts. I most certainly was not.