Meanwhile in Huatata, beneath the shadows of the looming Andes and the apu guardians, Manuel Choqque wants us to continue rethinking the potato.
The journey continues from the cave to the mountaintop, where they meet the sky-grazing Andes, their mountain deities, and nature’s own pharmacy.
An extraordinary local journey guided by shamans, farmers, chefs, and healers through vertical archipelagos of high-altitude ecosystems to discover ancient learning in Peru’s Sacred Valley.
We asked designer Octavio Barrera to create a work inspired by walking near his home base—the Canary Islands—in whatever medium he chose. Here’s what he designed.
Writer Sophia Macpherson gives her take on what “slow travel” really means and how you can incorporate it into your travel behavior.
Cervo Mountain Resort encourages guests to forge a connection with nature that lasts long after the train ride home.
The good traveler is a considerate and respectful traveler who moves with the lightest of steps possible and equips both mind and body for their journeys. Here’s a mental packing list that we intend to keep working on, as best we can, one step at a time...
Author Amelia Abraham shares her advice on how to navigate the balance between staying safe, respecting the other culture, and having fun.
Travel author and avid wayfarer Jini Reddy walks us through the impact and significance of walking and reminds us just how empowering, inclusive, and inspiring it can be.
London-based Mexican designer Fernando Laposse transforms humble natural materials into refined design pieces while making an enchanting case for biological biodiversity, empowering local communities, and most of all respecting nature.
Making no distinction between what one puts in or on the body, Constanze Saemann’s organic, vegan, and cruelty-free brand of skincare and natural perfumery Basium is gaining a steady following, including us. We had a brief chat with her on sustaining her path to sustainability.
What is biodynamic wine? In short, vines that are farmed and wine that is made with low intervention and minimal additions or chemicals, allowing natural processes to do the heavy lifting. It’s funky, diverse and more often than not, delicious.
The newly revamped Cervo Mountain Resort looks to the future where long-standing tradition meets the spirit of discovery of the modern nomad.
2020 will long be remembered as the year our collective pace slowed. And while that’s brought with it a set of unforeseen challenges, the stillness has also allowed for new depths of reflection.