As 2018 comes to a close many people are planning their travel for the next year. During this time there has been a lot of conversation about over tourism and how it is affecting all the wonderful places we all love traveling to. At TLA HQ we thought we would take this chance to start … Continue reading Over Tourism Part 1: What Is It And How Does It Impact Places And People?
True wilderness is becoming more and more scarce in our world with so few places left that can be called truly wild. When we speak of wild places what comes to mind is untouched land, pristine natural features, remote corners where few have traveled, and amazing indigenous people who call the place home. Patagonia, located … Continue reading Patagonia: A Place Where Wild Still Lives
Chile is a sliver of a country, only 110 miles wide on average, that encompasses a huge variety of landscapes and people. From deserts to jagged granite peaks, from fertile river valley to wild and rugged coastline, Chile is as diverse a country as there is in the world. Couple that with beautiful and varied … Continue reading Top 5 Reasons Chile Should Be On Your Travel List In 2018
Travel teaches me not with agenda or curriculum, but simply through the act of movement. It slowly covers me in its warmth, gifting me knowledge, understanding, and true experience as I make my way through the world. When I take that leap into the unknown I am then able to learn about diverse cultures, meet … Continue reading 10 Life Lessons I Learn From Traveling
At its core travel is about me. It’s about wanting to do something, see something, or get away from something. Travel is privilege as well. Most of the population won’t ever get to visit the far reaches of Patagonia or the high peaks of the Himalaya. We are privileged to even consider doing it. But … Continue reading Be The Revolution: 5 Ways To Make Your Travel A Revolutionary Act