Born on the outskirts of an empty motocross field, Finca Rosa Blanca Inn and Coffee Farm is a family’s lifelong dream come true. Thirty years and 30 acres of reforested land later, the fully realized Finca Rosa Blanca has now become a testament to sustainability and regeneration in Costa Rica, most notably for its organic shade-grown coffee.
Just an hour northwest of Bogota, in one of Colombia’s less-frequented coffee regions, a small collection of thatched huts discreetly line the forested mountainside.
Gone are the days when voluntourism remains separate from wellness vacations, as travellers begin to realize that the two are inextricably intertwined.
After starting out his career in film at Columbia Pictures, London-born Sean Lee Davies, moved with the company to Hong Kong to continue down the path toward professional photography.
For over a century, Panama has served as the central channel of economic and cultural exchange between North and South America.
In 1990, Jalsa Urubshurow was invited to Mongolia by the first, post-democratic prime minister Dashiin Byambasüren.
Raised on a childhood of travels throughout South America, Asia and Africa, Jeremy Fritzhand was particularly taken by his first trip to India at 13-years-old.
Colombian-born Joanna Riquett soon discovered her love of traveling after relocating to Buenos Aires, Argentina to study for a masters degree.
Hong Kong is often defined by its gleaming glass and steel skyline, seen as a living monument to the financial sector.