AFAR

Quite a Trip

THIS ISSUE MARKS the 10th anniversary of AFAR.

It is a humbling and gratifying occasion for us. When we started AFAR, the world was in the midst of the Great Recession. People weren’t traveling. Businesses weren’t opening. And that went double—OK, quintuple—for print magazines.

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