Welcome to Perceptive Travel online magazine, where we bring you some of the most interesting and insightful travel stories from around the globe each month.
In our latest issue we take you to the northern hills of Morocco, the cattle plains of Uruguay, the shores of Lake Atitlan, and the Florida Keys.
Zora O'Neill travels through Morocco with her parents, in a country where they once lived, and finally makes real connections with the locals when they give up halfway through an ambitious hike.
Claudia Flisi stays in an estancia lodge in Uruguay and rides horses with the gauchos on a cattle drive.
Luke Armstrong decides it's a logical move to switch coconut vendors when he moves five kilometers down the shore of Lake Atitlan, Guatemala. But his former supplier has different ideas.
I explore the Lower Florida Keys six months after Hurricane Irma blasted the landscape, seeing how man and nature are holding up after yet another tropical storm.
Bill Caverless steps up for the book reviews this month and checks out titles on vanished countries and naturalist John Muir, plus a collection of stories from one of PT's regular contributors.
We give away something cool for travelers each month. Subscriber Jill B. from Calgary was the June winner, scoring Inova STS Powerswitch Rechargeable Headlamp (and more) from Nite Ize.
This month one lucky Perceptive Travel reader is going to be packing the perfect travel shirt for any trip: an Expedition Chill Long-sleeve shirt from Royal Robbins. That link goes to the men's version, click the photo above for the women's. The winner will also get a Royal Robbins travel sun hat.
How do you enter? Simple, just be a part of our regular e-mail issue update community and watch for the entry instructions near the beginning of each month. If you're too late for this month, in the meantime you can follow us on Facebook and pay close attention to our feed for instructions. The odds are so good that some readers have scored two times.
Looking for a traveler's tale that appeared in a previous issue? Dive into the Perceptive Travel story archives, where you can find everything that has appeared here since our debut more than a decade ago. In between new online magazine issues, check out the award-winning Perceptive Travel Blog.
Let's take a trip!
- Tim Leffel, Editor