Often ridiculed and misunderstood, sumo wrestling is not only highly competitive and respected in Japan but a sport that dates back 1,500 years.
A few years ago, Outpost held a "Signs of the Road" contest, encouraging readers to delve into their travel photo archives to share that great pic you got when you happened upon an innocent warning expressed wi...
We are just outside the Andean village of Chawaytiri—meaning Village of the Llama, or Eye of the Llama—that sits at 12,000 feet in the highlands, just 50 kilometres from Cusco in the Sacred Valley of the Incas.
The lush forests and scalable mountains of East Africa offer some of the world’s best one-day adventures, which just might include a gorilla sighting or two
In the waters of Jardines del Rey, Cuba, a novice snorkeller learns that animals don’t care if you’re new to the sport.
From multicultural influences to ancient traditions and modern adaptations, here's Peruvian-Canadian Carla Bragagnini's guide to Peru's cuisine!
Just because you don’t like getting naked with strangers doesn’t mean you’re uptight—especially if you’re female. Then again, embracing the practice in places where it’s common is an opportunity for self-acceptance
To see the mountain every day instills the question: what does down here look like from way up there?
Story by Liza Finlay, photos by Naomi Finlay The ribbon of road wends its way north, bobbing and dipping through wild thatches of forest that have been trimmed and tamed to make room for man. Swaths of northern jungle are parted to accommodate small settlem...
Six months before leaving for Canada from Goa, India, I downloaded a picture of the North American night sky as seen from Alberta’s Lake Louise on my phone. This was my motivation to do the necessary day-to-da...