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A Web of Fine Silk

By Sara Jones / December 15, 2014

With over 2,000 temples, Varanasi—once the home of Lord Shiva—is widely considered the spiritual capital of India.


The Gift of Sharing

By Organic Spa Magazine / December 11, 2014

This holiday season, make giving back a gift. Organic Spa Magazine compiled five of our favorite nonprofit organizations and programs that aim to make the world a better place. Whether it’s making drinking water accessible, promoting global sustainability, or bringing aid to fight deadly epidemics—make a donation as a unique gift for someone. The world will […]


Saving the Endemic Dolphin

By Zoe Helene / December 8, 2014

Brittany and William Trubridge, a yogini and a freediver, share thoughts on how to save our oceans and beaches—and a very special dolphin—from environmental threats.


Elephant Sanctuary

By Sandra Ramani / November 5, 2014

The serene Anantara Golden Triangle resort isn’t just an upscale getaway for humans: The property doubles as a sanctuary for rescues from Thailand’s 4,000-plus in-captivity elephants.


The Tip of the Earth

By Sandra Ramani / March 4, 2014

Travel to one of the most remote and unspoiled regions on the planet, and help to keep it that way. For lovers of nature, wildlife and adventure, Patagonia has become something of a holy grail—a remote, relatively untouched region that remains one of the most uninhabited and geologically unique in the world. Spread out over […]


Off The Grid in Morocco

By Rona Berg / March 4, 2014

A remote mountain trekking lodge, a tented camp in the desert: Morocco is the perfect place to get lost and find yourself. I love to wander down alleyways, get lost, double back, do it again—and again. So it’s no surprise that a souk turns me into a delighted five-year-old child. Too bad it’s almost impossible […]

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