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San Antonio invites tourists from around the globe, offering them an immersive experience of Mexican and Texan culture.
What once was old is now new in Florida’s Marion County. One of the “newest” attractions in the city of Ocala, has roots going back nearly 100 years, commemorating an epic FBI shootout with a notorious gang that ended the era of gangsters in the United States.
Officially deemed the “Live Music Capital of the World” in 1991, Austin, Texas is a city ripe with musicians, politicians, authors, activists, artists, and other creative types
Yokai can be summarized as Japanese spirits or spectres, deeply rooted in historical Japanese mythology yet still depicted in art and culture today.
If you were to hear that by 2050 there will be more plastic in our oceans (by weight) than there will be fish, would you be alarmed? I definitely was alarmed when I read white paper about the plastic economy projected by the Ellen MacArthur Foundation.
As travel opens up again, summer vacation mode is in full force, so we’re looking towards places that are inclusive and welcoming of each and every traveller. We have created a list of top LGBTQ+ destinations to visit this summer that are fun for the whole family.
Editors' Picks - Selections of inspiring stories from around the world
From long, uncomfortable trips to challenging accommodations, humanitarian travel isn’t typically glamorous. Massachusetts-based social documentary photographer and Capture Humanity founder Matilde Simas recently traveled to Imvepi Refugee Settlement in Uganda to explore the ways that children are exploited due to war.
Twenty-seven years ago, Bosnia and Herzegovina was considered one of the most dangerous places in the world.
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Hi! We’re Tonya & Ian, two recovering lawyers and the founders of World Footprints. Travel is our passion and illuminating our shared humanity to inspire people to discover the world with an open heart and mind is our purpose. We founded World Footprints on the principle of ‘Ubuntu’, a Zulu expression of unity and our responsibility to one another and our planet.
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