Halloween is a favorite holiday here at Immersion HQ. We love going out and exploring the more mysterious phenomena that take place around us. Here are eight terrifying destinations and tours that we have researched and can't wait to test out.
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.
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.
Colombia has an adventurous side that travelers around the world are beginning to discover: her Caribbean side. From the energizing streets of Cartagena to the tranquil islands off the coast to the rejuvenating national parks, Colombia will have you feeling amazing by the end of your visit. Just ask Giulia Grazzini.
This week is Indigenous People’s Week, and in light of celebrating indigenous cultures around the world, we wanted to take a few moments to reflect on our own experiences among the ancient Sinaguan heritage sites found throughout Central Arizona.
"I traveled to Costa Rica knowing that it has been the poster child for sustainability and conservation over the last several years, but I was floored by the level of commitment citizens had to the rainforest as well as their own living environments." - Clare Hancock
Writer and family traveler Robin Borrud shares her ideas on the importance of traveling with children. During her quest to find the perfect trip that incorporated environmental and community consciousness, she found The Village Experience. This is her story.