People and places change over time – and often in very profound ways. Read about experiences that defy expectations, and learn how travel can shift our views of the world, one another, and even ourselves.
At 2am on her last night in Buenos Aires, a stolen wallet and cancelled flight leave Claudia Crook with only one choice.
During an intensive taiji (tai chi) course in southern China, Sarah Duff learns the art of meditation in motion.
Making the famous pilgrimage, a traveler asks herself: do we wander to get lost, or simply to lighten our loads?
How tracking endangered rhinos on foot set filmmaker Brian Rapsey on a whole new career path.
In the chaos of India’s Holi festival, Jeremy’s sense of foreignness drifts away like powder.
Traveling a remote ribbon of Canadian highway to the edge of the continent, Carol Patterson returns to where the biggest chapter of her life began.
In the Italian Dolomites, two new fathers honor their need for challenge without compromising what matters most.
On the latitude that links him to his home halfway around the world, Kamran Ali thinks back on his father’s lessons.
Returning to the river of his childhood memories, Greg Benchwick finds himself in the captain’s seat at last.
Videographer Andrés Brenner discovers why an Amazon community chose conservation over tradition.
Traveling through Ecuador, Andrés Brenner unexpectedly discovers a fiery New Year’s Eve custom.
How did Travel Writing Scholarship Finalist Nainaa Rajpaal end up as a dancer in one of the biggest, boldest LGBT parades ever?
2016 scholarship finalist Lucas Gibson explores the dualism of Japanese society.
World Nomads scholarship winner Helen Glenny learns that books have more tales to tell than the ones between their covers.