The Jungle Journal is a new independent travel, culture and environment magazine that celebrates diversity, a space that takes you to different parts of the world without having to leave your home. Between the pages of this magazine you can expand your knowledge on global problems through the lived experiences of ordinary people around the world.
It is also a space dedicated to education and awareness where we always try to keep a human and personal touch.
By sharing the stories and conversations of the people we meet abroad, we aim to celebrate the ancient wisdoms, life and traditions of many cultures.
ISSUE 1 - THE LATIN AMERICA ISSUE
In its inaugural issue The Jungle Journal will take you to Peru, Brazil, Mexico and Cuba.
We will learn about the coming of age of a Venezuelan refugee in Peru, a brief history of Mesoamerica, the jungle in southern Mexico, the archaic revival of weaving and textiles in Peru, a man's journey to reclaim his Quechua culture, a conversation about plant medicine with a Peruvian shaman, cosmovision from Latin America, recipes and cooking, deforestation and the Brazilian Amazon rainforest, tobacco production in Cuba, interviews and personal reflections.
Dimensions: 22x29 cm
Number of pages: 136