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AFAR May/Jun 2018

AFAR is a different kind of travel magazine that guides and inspires those who travel the world seeking to connect with its people, experience their cultures, and understand their perspectives. Get AFAR digital magazine subscription today for intriguing travel stories told with beautiful photos and a fresh design.

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afar.com

(ARABELLA BOWEN)(BRAD GOLDEN)(MACI WACHTEL)(KATIE GALEOTTI)Ready to disconnect on your next trip? Go to afar.com/travelunplugged for where to go and how to do it.Tell Us How You #TravelUnpluggedThis February, we launched our first-ever digital detox campaign. We challenged you to put down your phones, take a break from email, and go on a tech-free adventure sometime before September 3. The trip can be to any type of destination, last for any length of time, and be as outside (or inside) your comfort zone as you can handle. When you reenter the digital realm, tell us about your experiences using the hashtag #TravelUnplugged. (If you ever choose to come back, that is.)THE CRUISE 411Your next great trip could be on a ship. To find out what’s making waves, read these stories and…

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this is the new hospitality

IN THE VERY first issue of AFAR, we published an essay by the legendary travel writer Tim Cahill about the kindness of strangers—and karmic debt. If you haven’t read it, I encourage you to check it out on AFAR.com. It details hospitality in its purest form.In the intervening years since that issue came out, the business of hospitality has changed dramatically. In 2009, the prevailing wisdom for hotels was to keep guests comfortably tucked inside their rooms. Today, in response to the experiential travel movement, hotels are vigorously investing in their communal spaces and trying to get travelers out and about in their destinations. And of course, the hotel industry has been rocked by the popularity of Airbnb and other homesharing services (see page 58 for more on that). In…

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travelers’ choice awards

Top Hotels ENJOY YOUR STAYFor AFAR’s second annual Travelers’ Choice hotel awards, our readers cast close to 60,000 votes to recognize their favorite hotels, from a romantic retreat on Italy’s Amalfi Coast to a cliffside lodge in northern New Zealand.Grand Dame La MamouniaSensory pleasures abound in the Marrakech palace hotel: the sound of splashing water from a courtyard fountain, the sight of traditional zellige tile-work patterns and sculpted wood, the scent of orange blossoms and roses from the garden. For a truly over-the-top experience, book one of the three 7,500-square-foot riads.Business Hotel Baccarat Hotel & Residences New YorkThe famed French crystal company opened its flagship luxury hotel in Midtown Manhattan in 2015. Enjoy a craft cocktail at the Bar or book a treatment at the first spa by skincare line…

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find the right hotel

WHERE SHOULD I stay? Once we decide where we are going, that’s often the next question we ask. But how do we find the answer? Ask a well-traveled friend? Talk to an experienced travel advisor? Both good options. I’d like to suggest a third: Consult our list of AFAR Recommended Hotels.AFAR editors have selected the best hotels in more than 100 destinations around the world, based on what we value—local character, style, and the experiences the hotels offer to different kinds of travelers. After all, we decide where to stay based on the kind of trip we’re taking.Say you’re heading to my old stomping grounds of Scottsdale, Arizona. If you feel like having a lively, urban experience, you could stay at the W Scottsdale downtown. For a more secluded stay…

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contributors

Clemantine Wamariya WriterGirl, Interrupted p.94Life lessons: “As a person seeking refuge, by the time I was 12 I’d lived in eight different countries. I learned that wherever you go, some people are willing to share, some are not; some are willing to harm you, some are not.” As locals do: “When I travel now, I like to learn from people who live there: I want to spend time with them, eat their grandma’s food, hear the music their aunts and uncles are listening to. I especially like to go to the market with them—that’s where life is happening.” See her explore: on Instagram @clemantine1Lucas Mann WriterThe Last Family Vacation p.76Blast to the past: “Visiting my wife’s childhood summer home in Abruzzo was not a typical sightseeing trip. It felt like traveling, but…

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charleston south carolina

HISTORY LOVES COMPANYFrom high above, the Charleston area resembles a beautiful tapestry woven with shades of indigo, marshgrass and oyster shell. Etched with barrier islands and bodies of water, the landscape has a poetic shape. With the perfect combination of beautiful beaches, world-class cuisine, antebellum architecture, and an endless supply of engaging things to see and do, it’s no wonder the Charleston area is consistently named a top U.S. destination.Discover the people, places, and traditions found only in Charleston, South Carolina. Come, let this special destination enliven your senses.EXPLORECHARLESTON.COMExplore charleston@EXPLORECHARLESTON@EXPLORECHS ■…

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