Finding zen and protecting the planet needn't be mutually exclusive, as these three new additions to the PURE community prove. From Mozambique to Morocco, meet the retreats making eco-friendly beautiful.
It hasn’t taken festivals long to go from novelty to calendar staple. With countless travellers trekking to Europe and beyond, find out how travel is jumping on the festival bus – and reaping noteworthy results on their way.
Whether travellers are looking for artisanal studio workshops or an introduction to the underworld of the Japanese mafia, these tour operators in Japan can deliver. Emma Love investigates how these trailblazers are staying at the top of their game.
Newsflash: Henry Cookson Adventures will be the very first to trial the Airlander 10, which will enable take-off and touch-down any place, anywhere. Oh, and did we mention it's also eco-friendly?! Sara D'Souza investigates this exciting potential for this soon-to-be-chartered territory...
Bridging an experiential gap between traditional DMCs and bespoke travel designers, three of the community’s newest recruits are blurring the lines between corporate and leisure travel – with game-changing results.
In a world emotionally unresponsive to the preconceived ideas of sustainability-obsessed hippies, Food Cabinet is a studio using sexed-up marketing language and design-led collaborations to successfully voice food sustainability issues.
Heather Richardson tells the inspirational tale of how nature tourism revived the almost barren landscape surrounding Grootbos, a luxury lodge a few hours away from Cape Town. See how conservation goals can be achieved with bucketloads of perseverance and collaboration...
Emma Tucker gives us the low-down on six wacky ideas from Radical Innovation Award entrants that are forecasting – and driving – changes of epic proportions expected to transform the travel industry in the years to come...
From learning skills like starting a fire to drinking in the fresh air, elemental travel is on the rise. Travellers want to stretched emotionally and physically to regain a connection with nature in their lost and frazzled states of 24-hour hyper-connectivity.
From theatrics to flavours of brandy with mushrooms and Oloroso with squash, mixology is reaching way beyond the bar. As fine dining pushes its creativity through the roof, the divide between bar and kitchen is growing ever narrower...
Plans for autonomous cars have kicked up a few gears... Or three: the wheel is being reinvented, and to be asleep at it will no longer be the cause of havoc. But this is no time for travel businesses to be napping – learn about a fascinating, world-changing moment in transport history.
Up to 50 per cent of the food we produce never gets eaten – an environmental catastrophe of epic proportions. James Davidson explores the solutions that prove (food) sharing is caring – including trailblazing app OLIO, dubbed the ‘Tinder for food’.
In an increasingly fraught political climate, how can hotels and the travel industry make a stand — and better embrace the causes that matter? James Davidson explores the trailblazing brands swapping avocado toast for considered and impactful activism.
Far beyond ‘throwing a shrimp on the barbie’, Australia’s food and wine scene is blazing a trail by creating some of the most innovative chefs, restaurants and foodie concepts in the world. James Wilkinson dives into this exciting, fast-evolving movement.