Pioneering in Pokhara, Nepal: The Story of Tiger Mountain Pokhara Lodge
Historically a commercial hub connecting India and Tibet, Pokhara evolved to be a metropolitan city with far more to offer than just trade. Tucked into the Himalayas and sitting on the picturesque Phewa Lake, Pokhara let nature lead the way. The name for Nepal’s second largest city comes from the Nepali word “Pokhari” meaning “pond” so it’s no surprise that natural formations are Pokhara’s greatest protagonist.
The Tanzanian Safari Camp Empowering Women and Creating Community-Based Change
In the vast expanse of Tanzania’s Musabi Plains, with their golden grasslands and rock formations, lies Cherero Camp, one of Kantabile Afrika’s two eco-friendly dwellings. The camp is located in a remote part of the Serengeti National Park, providing scenic views, while offering guests the opportunity to experience the rich biodiversity of Tanzania and enjoy the art of conscious luxury.
Bliss & Stars Wilderness Retreat: A Fusion of Spirituality and Science
Tucked away in South Africa’s spectacular and ancient Cederberg Mountain Range is Bliss & Stars: an antidote to a hectic, noisy, overwhelming and demanding lifestyle.
How to Combine Travel and Philanthropy, a Lesson From Jamaica
Committed to responsible travel since its opening in 1994, the boutique Rockhouse Hotel sits on Jamaica’s glistening Negril coast. It’s perched atop cliffs overlooking the aptly-named Pristine Cove, the same cliffs enjoyed by Bob Marley and The Rolling Stones in the 70s.
How the Amazon Fires Could Impact Global Ecology and What You Can Do To Help
As smoky skylines and tongues of flame leap across social media feeds, one thing has become clear: the world is on fire, and we need to stop it.
Tide-to-Table: Dining in the Moment with Outstanding in the Field
Synergizing the best aspects of tide-to-table dining, sustainable farming, and conscious consumption, Outstanding in the Field curates an unconventional dining experience for its guests.
Casa La Nuit: An Eco-Hotel with the Recipe for Transformative Rest
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.
Finding Empowerment as a Solo Traveler with Breanna Wilson
Travel writer Breanna Wilson has never been afraid to go solo.
How You Can Save the Reefs, One Step at a Time
It’s common knowledge that trees produce oxygen—but few people know that the source of most of our air is actually the ocean.