What is Slow Travel?
Slow travel may sound like a new trend but the concept is ages old, growing from the slow food movement which began in Italy in the 1980’s as an alternative to fast food. It's not about how fast - or slow - you travel, or how much time you have — most of us don't have time to leisurely spend exploring new cultures. The term slow travel is about having more immersive travel experiences, staying longer in one place and making connections with real people, local foods, and local culture. Here are slow travel experiences we’ve had and recommend that you can arrange with local guides around the world.
Slow travel doesn't mean moving at a snail's pace and it's anything but boring. It's the opposite of seeing an entire country in 5 days, and we promise you it'll change the way you travel forever!