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Why I advocate for slow travel—and why you should, too

By Jessica Barrett

Travel used to be slow. Granted, it was slow because there was no other way…Somewhere along the way, we got (very) lost.   Read more

The World Insights Social Responsibility
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Swat Valley: The Switzerland of Pakistan

By Muzammil Hussain

Swat Valley (Swat) is known as the ‘Switzerland’ of Pakistan because of its snow-capped mountains and beautiful scenery.   Read more

Asia Off the Beaten Path History
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Teaching Children to Appreciate Diversity

By Breana Johnson

The best way to travel with the intent of exploring diversity is to ditch the touristy places. Sometimes, tourist attractions bring people from all over the world — the Grand Canyon or Disneyland, for example.   Read more

The World Family Travel Insights The Arts Social Responsibility
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Places in Jerusalem where Easter comes alive

By Tonya Fitzpatrick

Easter Sunday is the most joyous day in the Christian calendar. On a recent trip to Israel we had the pleasure of visiting numerous sites throughout the country that really brought the Bible to life for us.   Read more

Middle East Religious Travel History
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The Future of Sustainable Orangutan Treks in a Post-COVID World

By Nayla Azmi

As the only primate that only can be found outside of Africa, the orangutan lures people from all over the world to see its uniqueness of being strikingly similar to human beings.   Read more

Asia Social Responsibility
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Exploring ‘The Red City’ of Marrakech – A Destination Rich in History and Culture

By Farah Kasman

Marrakech is one of the most exotic and enchanting places in the world. Although Marrakech is not the capital of Morocco, this vibrant city’s appeal never fails to entice tourists from around the world to come and visit. If you’re seeking the ultimate Moroccan experience and Marrakech is on your … Read more   Read more

Africa Architecture History
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Women’s History Month: My Grandmother’s Malta

By Ann-Marie Cahill

This may seem a little strange but Women’s History Month always has me thinking about travelling to Malta. It is the birthplace of my grandmother; my mother’s mother   Read more

Europe Experiences History
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Destinations currently accepting international visitors

By Madi Kh

In an attempt to return to normalcy, several countries have reopened their borders for international visitors.   Read more

The World Insights

How to Travel Sustainably Post-Pandemic

By Elizabeth Waddington

After months of lockdowns and restrictions, many of us are understandably raring to get back out there and travel again.   Read more

The World Social Responsibility Sustainability
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How to Social Impact Travel (Without the Price Tag)

By Natasha Tucker

For many people, including myself, while travelling the world is a passion, it is important to simultaneously make a positive change in communities and the environment in which we are exploring. This is known as social impact travel.   Read more

The World Volunteer Travel Social Responsibility
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Celebrate Women’s History Month with a Visit to These English Museums

By Ali Jennings

March is Women’s History Month. Celebrated in the UK, the USA, and Australia to coincide with International Women’s Day on March 8th, this month highlights the contributions women have made to events in history and contemporary society. If you’re traveling to England during March, there are plenty of museums and … Read more   Read more

United Kingdom Family Travel Events & Festivals History The Arts
Author with some friendly shoemakers who invited her for tea in peshawar. Photo: Samantha Shea

How a trip to Pakistan changed my life

By Samantha Shea

I first became interested in Pakistan when I was 9 years old. At the time, I was completely fascinated by all things South Asia.   Read more

Asia Transformative
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Why and How Irish Culture has Changed Over the Years

By Derek Cullen

For most of history, Irish culture was primarily “Gaelic” and stayed that way until the Normans arrived in the 12th Century.   Read more

Ireland History

Traveling with a Disability: An Archeologist’s Experience

By Breana Johnson

Sand and summits may present challenges to people with physical disabilities, but exploring the globe is still an important (and enjoyable) part of life.   Read more

The World Accessible Experiences
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The Pakistan I Know

By Madi Kh

What do you think of when you hear the name Pakistan?   Read more

Asia Insights History