Launched a multifaceted marketing campaign around the iconic One & Only’s new footprint in Rwanda, and keynoted the Rwanda Tourism Awards.
Produced and hosted one of the most successful speaker series for Soho House, one of the finest membership clubs in the world.
Produced, scripted, directed, and shot five short films for The Coca-Cola Foundation across five African countries related to their impact on malaria, human rights, and women’s empowerment.
Partnered with legendary architects Skidmore, Owings & Merrill to reinterpret the traditional yurt and launch a world class luxury leisure hospitality circuit across Kazakhstan.
Rebranded messaging for the State of Israel to steer the conversation from the heavier subjects that dominate the press to themes of luxury, design, architecture, local cuisine, beauty, and tech innovation.
Positioned the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to open its doors to outsiders for the first time in history, setting new benchmarks for sustainable luxury and cross-cultural integration in the travel & hospitality industry.
Ideated and executed a comprehensive launch strategy securing the French Royal brand with an established seat within the competitive space that is the beauty industry.
Uluru, also known as Ayers Rock, is a natural wonder and sacred site located in the heart of Australia`s Red Center. Rising from the arid landscape of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, this iconic sandstone monolith holds deep spiritual and cultural significance for the Anangu Aboriginal people, the traditional custodians of the land.Uluru stands at approximately 1,142 feet tall and extends further beneath the ground. Its sheer size and stunning red hue make it a captivating sight, especially during sunrise and sunset, glowing in shades of orange and red.The new Wintjiri Wiru attraction here illustrates the ancestral story between Kaltukatjara (Docker River) and Uluru thanks to more than 1100 drones, lasers and light projections.Get in touch @thelegacyuntold to start planning your next legendary trip. 📸 @exploreuluru#thelegacyuntold #mylegacy #fortheintrepid
Happy Friday Intrepid Travelers! Bucket-list adventures await and a serendipitous discovery of Morocco by nomadic expedition is among them. The Route Du Sud is a nomadic expedition by 4x4 where you’ll traverse Morocco’s diverse landscapes to stay at three distinct luxury villas over the course of five days. Journey across valleys lush with argan bushes, ochre Atlantic coast cliffs, sun scorched flatlands dappled with palm oases, sculptural outcroppings of the Anti-Atlas Mountains, and the vast dunes of the Sahara. Only one booking at a time, of up to six guests, will traverse this evocative, constantly shifting North African landscape. A private voyage on the “Memory Road” is ideal for travelers who want a little adventure paired with the highest level of comfort. This unforgettable experience involves many decadent meals and wines shared with loved ones beside crackling fires under star filled skies, and the mystery of not knowing where you’ll go next.Get in touch @thelegacyuntold and let us plan your next dream trip to Morocco.#mylegacy #fortheintrepid #thelegacyuntold
At the foot of the Koutoubia, between the Royal Palace and the bustling Place Jemaâ El Fna, lies La Villa des Orangers, an exclusive property in the heart of Marrakech. Boasting multiple suites, each space here features authentic Moroccan design, sumptuous furnishings, and modern amenities. Under the shade of orange blossom trees, relax in your own private oasis- complete with plush bedding, a luxurious bathroom, and stunning views of the surrounding riad courtyards.La Villa des Orangers also offers easy access to the city`s most impressive landmarks. Explore the vibrant souks of the Medina, visit the historical Bahia Palace and the Koutoubia Mosque, or wander through the picturesque Jardin Majorelle.📸 @lavilladesorangers#thelegacyuntold #mylegacy #fortheintrepid
Tucked away in the Rif Mountains to the North, lies Chefchaouen, the Blue Pearl of Morocco. A charming walled city with narrow cobbled streets and buildings painted in every shade of blue imaginable.The explanation behind this blue city remains unknown, but there are a few theories. One theory traces back to Jewish refugees that settled here in the 1930s, painting their houses blue as an expression of their faith - blue is considered a holy color in Judaism and symbolizes the sky and the heavens. Another more obvious theory is the aesthetic appeal, and a lesser one is that of repelling insects. Blue paint may contain natural pigments, such as indigo, which can have insect-repelling properties.Whatever the truth may be, the residents of Chefchaouen keep the tradition alive by painting the town blue twice a year.Beyond its blue façade, Chefchaouen offers a gateway to the rugged beauty of its surrounding mountains. Hiking trails invite outdoor enthusiasts to explore the nearby pristine wilderness, complete with striking waterfalls and imposing cliffs. 📸 @michaelmatti#thelegacyuntold #mylegacy #fortheintrepid
One of our favorite places to retreat and recharge. The pictures speak for themselves, but here are a few hidden facts to further bait you…Dar Ahlam is beloved for its tailor-made moments including picnics on golden sands, candlelit dinners in enchanting palm groves, and private screenings in the open air.The resort also prides itself on its culinary creativity. There are no set menus, and the chefs use seasonal, local ingredients to create custom meals for each guest based on their individual preferences.Dar Ahlam offers the opportunity to learn about Moroccan culture through experiences like traditional bread making and visits to local artisans.Get in touch @thelegacyuntold to start planning your great escape.📸 @smallluxuryhotels#thelegacyuntold #mylegacy #fortheintrepid #moroccotravel
In the wake of the devastating earthquake that impacted Morocco, we dedicate this week to honoring its vibrant culture, storied history, resilient people, cherished traditions, and the myriad attractions that captivate travelers from both close and afar.From the 12th-century Great Mosque of Koutoubia in Marrakech, to the timeless allure of La Mamounia. From the bustling Medina of Fes bursting with color and craft, to a stunning sunset, dates and mint tea in the Sahara shared with nomadic Tuareg. From the “Blue Pearl of Morocco”, otherwise known as the blue city or Chefchaouen, to the glistening shores of beachy and laidback Essaouira. We love Morocco for its extraordinary cities, luxury riads, exquisite architecture, scenic landscapes, mouthwatering cuisine, warm and welcoming people, and above all their enthusiasm and energy that make every night, whether in a cafe adjacent to the Medina, or a tented camp in the Sahara, one to remember. Our founder @mark_lakin landed for his 11th annual visit to Marrakech as the earthquake struck the mountains of Morocco, and the words he heard echoed over and over again by just about every Moroccan he spoke with throughout the week that ensued were “Please don’t abandon us now… we are ready to welcome you!”Morocco relies significantly on tourism as a crucial sector of its economy. Contrary to what you may have seen reported by the media, now is a safe and enjoyable time to visit. Everything in Marrakech is open, prices are down, sites are less crowded, and your presence and dollars are more needed than ever.May those that tragically past rest in peace. #moroccoearthquake📸 @YvonFruneau / @gaia.amaranta / @lamamouniamarrakech / @theseptemberchronicles / @lou_chertier
The Galapagos Islands are situated more than 500 miles off the coast of Ecuador and remain one of the largest marine protected areas in the world. What makes visiting this famously rich and biodiverse ecosystem so special is the ability to get up close to some of the most exotic creatures you’ll ever encounter, like giant tortoises, manta rays, penguins, seals, blue-footed boobies, marine iguanas, and so many other mesmerizing species. You can explore alongside expert naturalist guides by glass bottomed boat or sea kayak, by scuba diving under the blue abyss or walking over the lava fields that have continued shape-shifting on these amazing islands for at least a million years.Get in touch @thelegacyuntold to start planning your next great escape. #thelegacyuntold #mylegacy #fortheintrepid
Tucked into the banks of the Sweni River, this intimate lodge is a hidden jewel that provides a bold, new African context for contemporary design, architecture and cuisine.Seven suites are hidden among a canopy of trees, each featuring open-plan interiors, two bathrooms and an outdoor shower overlooking the river – adding to the feeling of being enveloped by an ancient forest.Guests have private access to 33,000 acres of pristine wilderness in the world-renowned Kruger National Park, ensuring unforgettable game-viewing of the iconic Big Five and an incredible variety of other species. With the lodge’s proximity to the river, guests are also treated to up-close sightings of numerous animals and birds that frequent the area to drink or wallow in the water.Sound like the trip for you? Get in touch @thelegacyuntold to start planning your next intimate safari. 📸 @singita_ #thelegacyuntold #mylegacy #fortheintrepid
Discover the unparalleled charm of Annandale Seascape, a coastal retreat that redefines luxury living. Nestled along the shores of New Zealand’s South Island, this exclusive destination offers stunning scenery of the Pacific Ocean and an unmatched romantic atmosphere. The private villa has a glass facade, a deck-top hot tub, a private heated marble pool and a wrap-around terrace. Seascape is also a great place for whale and bird watching. Humpback whales are often seen in the bay and there are a variety of bird species that live in the surrounding area, including gannets, terns, and petrels.If you are looking for a truly unique and romantic getaway, Annandale’s Seascape is the perfect place for you.Get in touch @thelegacyuntold to start planning your next great escape.📸 @annandalenz #thelegacyuntold #mylegacy #fortheintrepid
The Museum Hotel in Cappadocia, built on the site of a former monastery, was meticulously restored and renovated from ruins, caves, and houses to become the first luxury hotel in the region.Lavish suites feature traditional Cappadocian stone architecture, private heated marble pools, personal courtyards, your very own hammam, and unrivaled panoramic views. Get in touch @thelegacyuntold to start planning your next luxury escape. 📸 @museumhotel#thelegacyuntold #mylegacy #fortheintrepid
Set among botanical gardens, and complete with outdoor baths, ensuite bathrooms, private decks and floor-to-ceiling views of the surrounding wildlife, each of the villas at Segera Retreat is beautifully appointed and provides complete privacy and exclusivity for its’ guests. Gather wild honey in bee-suits, follow clues while walking with tracker dogs, take an African Art tour of the onsite contemporary collection with an in-house expert, relax at the spa, and finish your evening with an alfresco film in the wild grasslands. Tag someone you’d stay here with and get in touch @theleacyuntold to start planning the safari of your dreams. 📸 @segeraretreat#thelegacyuntold #mylegacy #fortheintrepid
Nestled along the coastline of the Indian Ocean lies a petite paradise, known for its pristine white sandy beaches, stunning coastal rock formations, rich cultural heritage, and a handful of simply sublime boutique properties. Mozambique is a dream destination; remote and luxurious, making it the ideal spot for barefoot luxury and understated decadence. Leisurely float among the warm, crystal clear waves, indulge in excellent wellness and wine, search for the perfect fresh seafood, explore colonial-era ruins, unwind with a picnic on a disappearing sandbar and sail off into the sunset. Get in touch with us @thelegacyuntold and get castaway-chic in Mozambique...#thelegacyuntold #mylegacy #fortheintrepid
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