Afar (magazine)

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Afar
Categories Travel
Frequency 7 per year
Founder Greg Sullivan and Joseph Diaz
Year founded 2009
Company Afar Media
Country United States
Based in San Francisco, California
Language English
Website www.afar.com
ISSN 1947-4377

Afar is a publication focused on experiential travel. The company also operates a non-profit foundation providing scholarships for educational journeys for students. The magazine was launched in 2009 by Greg Sullivan and Joseph Diaz after a six-week trip to India.[1] Afar is headquartered in San Francisco, California, and has an office in New York City.[2] The magazine was featured on The Martha Stewart Show [3] and has received awards in the travel writing and journalism industry (Lowell Thomas Awards).[4][5] The magazine also has a website, Afar.com, and a mobile application.[6]

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  1. ^ "Afar rides high in sea of travel magazines". Retrieved 2016-07-26. 
  2. ^ Afar The Huffington Post.
  3. ^ About Afar Afar.
  4. ^ About Afar Afar.
  5. ^ About Afar Afar.
  6. ^ "Afar rides high in sea of travel magazines". Retrieved 2016-07-26. 

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