Photos and words by Jacob Maentz
Traveling in a region dismissed by many as too risky for foreigners to explore, I was lucky enough to witness some of the unique customs and ways of life belonging to the women of the Sama-Bajau and Tausug people
Words by Henry Comyn
The Gurung tribesmen of Nepal scale hundreds of metres up cliff faces to collect potent honey. As the pressure on the hiking regions increases, tourism options are beginning to diversify into the world of the honey hunters.
Words by Tessum Weber
Arctic guide and local Tessum Weber grew up with one of the last nomadic Inuit families and his life in Arctic has shaped his view of what makes an epic experience.
Photos and words by Edward Selfe
A dominant incumbent male lion sees off an intruder in the Luangwa Valley.
Words by Julian Fernandez
With one eye on the past preserving this unique culture and one on the future by educating visitors, Seudiel Walteros is a true Llanero plainsman, a modern day cowboy.
Photos and words by Awasi
Filmed in the Argentinian rainforest surrounding the Iguazu falls, 'The Blind Birdwatcher' tells the tale of Juan Pablo Culasso as he records the sounds of the jungle.
Written by Tom McNally
This is what we had come for. We were deep in the Icelandic highlands. The nearest tarmac was three days’ long ride and we had no idea where the nearest human being was. The sense of freedom was palpable.
Words by Johnny Langenheim
Johnny Langenheim goes flamingo hunting with the Chipaya, an ancient Andean culture that predates the Inca by 2500 years but could be extinct in a matter of decades as climate change inevitably alters the landscape they have inhabited for thousands of years.
Written by Johnny Langenheim
Today only a few of the once-nomadic Bajau people live on the open ocean where they survive by blending traditional fishing practices with more controversial modern methods.