Though NextTribe isn’t making our regular Dia de los Muertos trip this year, we can pass on this message as the COVID toll mounts: don’t be scared of death; be scared of not living.
Celebrating Mexico’s Day of the Dead is in NextTribe’s DNA. We can’t do it this year, but we know how important (and life affirming) it is to honor those we’ve lost.
Three years ago NextTribe hosted its first trip to Mexico to celebrate the Day of the Dead. We can’t go this year, but we can honor the 200,000-plus lost to COVID with this story of what the festival and excursion mean.
Nobody can travel far these days, but you can still take quite a trip. Here’s what you need to know about cannabis-related travel.
As summer draws near, Teresa Elliott vows to adopt the attitude of women on European beaches, where stomachs aren’t always flat, and legs may be dimpled, and no one gives a damn.
Want to live a big, bold, unconventional life? Listen to the adventures of Emily Kearns, who has woven together art, social activism, travel, and healing.
On her last birthday, Lesley Dormen made a promise to embrace and honor her 73 years. That brought her to the Pacific Ocean with 17 other women two weeks ago and to a new appreciation of being truly present in life.
NextTribe regularly gives our members free products and experiences. This month, Annie Masters won a week at a condo on the Caribbean island of St. Maarten, and brought her adventurous dad for a long-needed getaway.
Sarah Gold was shy and skittish about joining a bunch of strangers on our most recent trip. But something fascinating happened under the tropical sun.
Depressed after her kids moved on and out, Stacey Tompkins took to the famous pilgrimage through Northern Spain and found that a full month of walking provided the needed solace and more.