Slow travel is all about putting quality over quantity. Here are my slow travel tips for turning those dreams of a slow travel getaway into a reality.
San Diego is a big city with a small-town feel that’s perfect for unwinding amid ocean breezes and browsing maritime museums.
A few days spent wandering Williamsburg, Brooklyn, offer a slower-paced and less frantic side of New York with an artsy vibe.
A weekend without electricity at the Zowara ecolodge in Fayoum, Egypt, is a chance to reconnect with nature amid brilliant landscapes.
With its rugged landscape, ancient ruins and quaint towns with long histories, Northern Arizona is a diverse region perfect for a slow day of exploring.
The Grand Canyon makes an epic road trip, but it can get hectic with tourists. The park’s Hermit Road offers scenic views that are quiet in the off season.
The Giza pyramids are best when they’re experienced slowly. A longer visit offers a powerful experience that will leave you with many questions.
Slow travel is all about putting quality over quantity, taking your time to explore and getting a taste of local everyday life.