Imbalu, the public circumcision of adult men, is an age-old ritual that government representatives and local boosters in southeast Uganda want to promote as a major tourist attraction. But the dubious ethicality of imposing the painful procedure on unwill…
Like the dude on safari who doesn't lift his head from the lens, many of us have started vacation to accumulate stories, photos, and experiences rather than just letting the unfamiliar wash over us, and reveling in the surprise of unexpected things.
We visited Kiev to capture the legacy of the pro-European protest movement that gave way to the current political upheaval all over Ukraine. What we found were sightseeing destinations and a booming tourist trade.
Most of you think that Vienna is for old people, because we invented Mozart instead of hip-hop. Well, according to my mother Mozart's better, and Vienna is a great party town, so you should come and hang out.
Once upon a time, people came to Titusville, Florida, to watch space shuttles lift off, but with that NASA program ended there are no more tourists and the empty motels and stripped buildings give the town the feel of a modern-day ruin.
Taking advantage of the coincidence of its name, for two decades Vulcan has been holding a Star Trek–themed festival called "Spock Days" in a blatant, but extremely charming, effort to draw in tourists.
This April photographer Ben Clement took a break from shooting weird shit in his hometown of Melbourne, Australia, to shoot weird shit in Tokyo, in the process capturing a quieter side of the world's largest metropolis than we usually experience.
Finally, the first ever comprehensive map of genuinely interesting things in Los Angeles. It's been carefully researched and had the boring parts sifted out. What's left is your guide to 100 years of this city's rich history.
Tomas Alexandersson is a hobbyist who collects travel guides, postcards, and pamphlets from and about life during Soviet rule in the Estonian capital, Tallinn. He regularly posts any paraphernalia he gathers on his website, which has now turned into a vir…
Given the amount of preemptive arrests of lawyers and activists and added security over the last few weeks leading up to the 25th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square demonstrations, I knew the chances of anything happening were slim. Either way, I decided…
Driven by morbid curiosity, the island's majority population is returning to the battlefields of its recently concluded civil war by the busload. And the regime—which stands accused of war crimes—is doing everything it can to whitewash history.
My girlfriend and I recently returned from a vacation in Cambodia, where tourism has been growing since the country enjoyed its only ever UN-sanctioned elections in 1993. During our time there, all hell broke loose.