Sometimes it just takes leaving home to fall in love. Hear about the unlikely travel romances of these three seasoned globetrotters.
As women grow more interested in connecting with their roots, it’s no surprise that the allure of heritage travel is growing.
Environmental activist Marina Qutab shares the story of what inspired her zero-waste lifestyle and how others can adopt it too.
Grandma’s Home Cooking School offers a food oasis in Chiang Mai to showcase Thai culture and to build community.
An intrepid Nepalese guide teaches a trekker to ‘make confidence’ as they ascend the Himalayas.
Photographer Anne Hollowday captures the beauty of the sea, and the seafaring life, in this evocative photo series.
Women make the bulk of travel decisions—80 percent, according to a Forbes report—and more and more are opting for solo adventures. It makes sense, then, that adventure travel brands are witnessing major…
What Randi Delano discovered was life-changing. Traveling on a dime was easier and actually cheaper than her life in New York—so much so that she was able to turn travelling into her full-time job.
Uncertain if she should stay close to home, Minoru goes off to work for a nonprofit in Thailand to pursue her passion: train with professional Muay Thai fighters who themselves are fighting for stronger bodies and a chance to escape poverty.
I came to Oaxaca to study light and left with a new appreciation of not only how light dictates art, but how it shapes our day to day.
Climbing Kilimanjaro is the hardest thing I’ve ever done. It’s also the most important.
For AWT contributing photographer Tatum Mangus, traveling is a lifestyle that complements her art.
I was a woman traveling alone in the wilderness of Finland for a Christmas without electronics or expectations.
Only by leaving things behind could photographer Molly Steele see—and share—the world more fully.