As our world came to a full stop this year, we looked in the mirror to reflect on how we can best empower our readers to travel responsibly and become agents of positive change. And we realized that to reimagine travel post-2020, we needed to reinvent ourselves first, so we updated our editorial practices to highlight more local and diverse voices. We also decided to make this year’s Best in Travel different by recognizing places and people demonstrating a genuine commitment to sustainability, community and diversity. And that’s only the beginning. We salute all the winners!— Luis Cabrera,PRESIDENT & CEO
Yellowstone National Park has made great strides on sustainability in recent years. You can do your bit by supporting these projects (and save a few bucks in the process).
The city once called New Amsterdam is doing like the Dutch once more by opting for pedal-powered transportation.
Australia has made a big splash in the world of conservation with Limmen Bight Marine Park
Support destinations and organizations by nominating them for an award in diversity, sustainability, or community.