As travellers, we are conscious about how our presence impacts the places that we visit.
We choose to have a more positive impact as we move through the world and interact with people and nature by respecting local cultures, supporting local communities and caring for the environment.
We prefer ‘homes away from home’ that promote authentic local experiences, create joy around being healthy and provide a high standard of comfort, nurturing and wellbeing in a sustainable way.
Orkhon Valley, Mongolia
Reto Guntli is visual consultant of NOW and a well-known hotel & lifestyle photographer.
He works for hotels worldwide and has produced more than 50 lifestyle books (TASCHEN, ASSOULINE) worldwide. He is based in Switzerland.
Music, otherworldly throat singing, acrobatics, poet reading and story telling are part of every feast of the proud, gracious and fun loving Mongolian people.
So much to learn from the modesty and perseverance of the nomads living a free and proud, yet extremely tough life. As I don’t ride, I opted for archery practice.
The sky and the light are the clearest and most dramatic I have ever seen
Piano Recitals by an exceptional talent, the pianist Odgerel Sampilnorov, transformed our evenings into lavish occasions.
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