On April 22, more than 1 billion people in 192 countries around the world celebrate Earth Day. Since its first celebration in 1970, Earth Day has focused on increasing awareness and sustainability of the environment through a variety of educational programs, exhibits and events.
Each year, the Earth Day Network — an organization that works with more than 22,000 partners, including environmental advocates, educators and organizations to promote the environmental movement — coordinates Earth Day events with cities and countries around the world. READ MORE
Photography by Chris Schmid / Aurora Photos
After a full day of rhinoceros tracking, toss off your safari boots and take a plunge. As you soak in this infinity pool dangling over the rocky plateaus of northwest Namibia, you might spot a black eagle, a gazelle, or a giraffe.
Photography by Mahali Mzuri
Luxury meets adventure at this safari camp owned by Sir Richard Branson himself.
Come smell the coffee … at Finca Rosa Blanca, an eco-resort and family-owned inn, snuggled into Costa Rica’s high-altitude highlands.
Photography by Sandat Glamping Tent
Neither fully outdoor nor fully in, the Sandat Glamping Tents are rather a marvelous combination of the two. More »
Photography by Undine Pröhl
Forget about margaritas. Instead, sip some housemade Tempranillo at Hotel Endemico’s poolside wine bar. More »
Photography by Oyster.com
Set on a 300-acre reserve in the Cayo District of Belize, Pook’s Hill Lodge offers travelers ample space for privacy. More »
Photography by Al Argueta / Casa Palopó
Built into the hills of Guatemala’s scenic Santa Catarina Palopó village, Casa Palopo overlooks the famous Lake Atitlan. More »
Photography by Nadia Isakova / JWL / Aurora Photos
Storm clouds roll in over the Wolwedans’ Dune Lodges at NamibRand Nature Reserve, which is not your usual African safari outfit. More »
Photography by The Wickaninnish Inn
Storm watchers, whale lovers and heeders of nature’s wild call, the Wickaninnish Inn awaits. More »