Who wouldn’t want to live on a remote island, away from the loud city? Seabirds, creative freedom, and a lifestyle that mirrors the wide open sky might be more attainable than you think. Global real estate consultancy Knight Frank has an incredible opportunity on their books for some lucky dreamer to live such a life, and for almost a steal.
For the first time in three years, a spectacular fireworks show took place in Japan—and it didn't disappoint.
Not many people can share their dream job with their family members.
In this day and age, we like to think that we can travel whenever and wherever we'd like. But, there are quite a few places in the world where that's simply not possible. Around the globe, there are destinations that are simply off-limits. Some are closed to everybody and others open their doors to just a qualified few. The reasons for these closures vary.
A man named Tom Turcich has walked enough to travel around the world.
Photographer Documents the Magical Moments When Indigenous Peruvians Visited Machu Picchu for the First Time [Interview]
Every year over 1.5 million people visit Peru's Machu Picchu.
Many of us yearn for the time when air travel meant luxury. Today's cost-cutting measures have led to cramped flights and it seems harder than ever to fly in style, but one science-lover is giving us hope that things might soon change. With his incredible Sky Cruise concept, Hashem Al-Ghaili has proposed a whole new way to travel. Instead of taking to the seas, his cruise hovers in the air.
When going on holiday, most people look forward to the destination but not the traveling experience.
In an effort to boost tourism numbers back up to pre-pandemic highs, many countries have begun offering a version of...
For Stanley Aryanto of The Wicked Hunt, photography is much more than “getting the shot.” It's all about adventure. Since we last caught up with Aryanto after taking an incredible photo of Neowise Comet, he has certainly been on quite an adventure; his latest journey took him to the Canadian Rockies in search of ice caves. While he doesn't normally photograph cold environments, a chance encounter with a group of Australians changed all that.
Have you ever seen something in nature that made you do a double take?
After a two-year hiatus, Vivid Sydney finally came back.