What should we learn from this global reset? We asked our staff, mentors, affiliate partners, and filmmakers how the pandemic has changed their thinking about travel.
Our nomads reveal their most memorable overland trips, and the ones they’re longing to do.
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Experience the underground music scene, find incredible scenery, and explore beyond the Terracotta Army with our free travel guide.
From a modern-day Pompeii in Montserrat to a Hindu festival of lights in Trinidad, our travel guide shows you a side of the region you never knew existed.
Writing Scholarship winner Morgan Campbell strives to connect with his father on an awkward trip to Puerto Rico’s La Mina falls.
In this episode, what you need to know about traveling to Peru during COVID, including the new rules for visiting Machu Picchu.
In this episode, the company designing stays for digital nomads, making it easier for people to explore and discover more of the planet while building a career.
What's it like to explore major cities that are usually overcrowded with visitors? Our nomads share their experiences in London and Istanbul.
Visiting Sri Lanka shortly after the 2019 terror attacks, scholarship winner Megan wonders if it's wrong to visit a place that's just experienced a tragedy.
In this episode, we revisit Guatemala sharing what you need to know for visiting this destination during COVID-19, including specific information for children.
In this episode, Intrepid has created a guide to help business’ decarbonize as travelers increasingly choose companies that align with their personal values.
If you’re looking for a United States road trip destination with loads of outdoor activities and few crowds, Nebraska should be at the top of your list.
In this episode, we revisit Ecuador sharing what you need to know for visiting this destination during COVID-19 including special rules for the Galapagos Islands.
Our nomads share where they were planning to go this year, where they’re going instead, and why it will still be amazing.
Searching for the real Cuba, scholarship winner Evangeline Yong finds that she herself is an object of curiosity.