Care to share about your travel experiences? Anything from a quest to find long-lost relatives to an interesting encounter with a local to hiking to the top of a mountain. We want to hear about it all form your point of view. Keep scrolling to see what we're looking for!
SHARE YOUR LOCAL KNOWLEDGE OF CITIES AND COUNTRIES AROUND THE WORLD.
Did you grow up in Los Angeles? Do you consider yourself pretty much an expert now? Do you know your way around the streets of Rio with your eyes closed? We want to hear what you have to say about your favourite cities! We aren’t looking for a run-down of attractions with the top Trip Advisor reviews, we want the real deal, the view of the city through your eyes.
CURATE THE BEST 'HOW TO GUIDES' ABOUT CREATIVE SUBJECTS AND PLACES.
Have some tips for specific places/trips? We want your advice! Our travel how to articles should be super-specific — things like, “How to Plan a Road Trip in Iceland,” or “How To See Wildlife in Africa.” But we’re also looking for how to articles about photography, videography, and writing. If you have knowledge to share, we want to hear it!
DO YOU CONSIDER YOURSELF A PHOTOGRAPHER?
Do you have an incredible collection of photos from your last trip abroad? We want to see them! When submitting a photo collection, please include 5 to 10 photos. If you have already written text to accompany the photo collection, please submit it as a Word Doc.
OR DO YOU PREFER TO TELL STORIES THROUGH VIDEO?
We’re always searching for travel videos with perfect editing, incredible cinematography, and unique perspectives. All video submissions must be in the form of a YouTube or Vimeo video. Our video features have an accompanying text Q&A, so a member of our editorial team will be in touch to complete an interview via email.
OR MAYBE YOU JUST LOVE WRITING
Have wisdom to share? We’re all about inspiring messages, ideas and thoughts. These pieces don’t have to be about a specific experience or place — although details are always good. We’ve provided some sample topics if you’re not sure where to start, but feel free to create your own prompt.