In this moment of uncertainty, say the publishers, when travel has never been more logistically complicated, Condé Nast Traveller has launched a global editorial initiative that is part love letter, part tribute to the industry it covers.
Partnering with its sister titles in the U.K., U.S., India, the Middle East, Spain and China, the initiative celebrates the travel industry by bringing together an array of diverse perspectives in a collaborative tribute to travel at a time when the brand’s global audience misses it the most.
“We may be staying home during the coronavirus travel restrictions, but our urge to connect to the world is stronger than ever,” said Melinda Stevens, Global Editor-in-Chief of Condé Nast Traveller. “That's why we're sharing dispatches from a choir of voices around the world—shining a spotlight on our beloved industry and encouraging readers to dream about the world's possibilities.”
In print and online, say the publishers, each Condé Nast Traveller market bookmarks the go-to destinations and experiences of the best-travelled people the magazine knows: writers, artists, photographers, hoteliers, tour guides, and travel industry insiders share with readers the cherished places they return to – at least, in memory – again and again.
“Travel faces its biggest challenge right now as borders close. But it is exactly at this time that we find ourselves going beyond borders, united by the many things we have in common, standing together under one sky,” said Stevens.