At the Toronto Tea Festival, Outpost's own Jeff Fuchs was awarded first place in the puerh tea category for his company's teas, JalamTeas.
The Konyak people were once renowned for decapitating their enemies and celebrating with the skulls. Today, as those customs die off, only a few head-hunters remain.
A trek to the root of the River Ganges, a jaunt to a German naturalist resort and a round-the-world tour touching four oceans—and no planes.
The Maldives are home to some of South Asia’s most luxurious island resorts. Less popular are the Maldivian people, on its 200 islands, who call the nation home.
Every fall, the residents of Arslanbob, Kyrgyzstan, abandon their homes, set up tents in the forest and collect nuts for a month. Their haul is more than just a currency—it’s a traditional lifestyle that might not be around much longer.
Mahabalipuram was once a seaside powerhouse of the Pallava Dynasty, filled with spiritual temples and industrial buzz. Now it's at the centre of India's latest surfing craze.
For centuries, the rich fleece grown by Himalayan mountain sheep was harvested for wear in the world’s cultured capitals. How did it get there? Join Jeff Fuchs, Outpost’s Asia editor-at-large, as he sets out across the vast plateaus of remote northern India to explore the ancient trading routes of pashmina wool
How could a country known for its crowds, chaos and culture shock—long considered among the most daunting of destinations for solo female travellers—help a wounded spirit?
Some trips are ruined by delayed travel plans, pushed boundaries and rescheduled flights. On other trips, they're the ingredients for a once-in-a-lifetime chance encounter.
Thailand’s three-day water fight is great fun—if you enjoy the feeling of being dunked in a swimming pool with your clothes on while children mercilessly laugh at you.