Create travel-inspired dishes in your own kitchen, see South Africa’s lion and wild dog on a ‘sofa safari’ and explore the world’s largest cave by drone. We highlight ways to keep the excitement of travel alive from the comfort of your home.
We recently sent Sri Lanka specialist Alison on a research trip to Sri Lanka. Her mission: to get ahead of the curve by finding new tours, activities and experiences that will help enhance your stay in the country.
To mark the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing, we’ve suggested space-themed experiences for your travels. Cosmic art installations in Tokyo and Soviet homages to the Space Race are among the experiences that made the cut.
We’ve drilled into our specialists’ passion for travel and asked them to name a place in the world that keeps drawing them back. What is it about it that intoxicates them? And, what are their insider tips for visiting?
Looking for something a little different? Read about our latest finds from around the world, including a new intrepid rainforest experience in Borneo and a guided tour of New South Wales’ local produce.
One of the best ways to get to know a place is through its food, be it a food tour by a local resident or an invitation into a family home. Our specialists have picked out a selection of experiences that might see you trying bunny chow in Cape Town or helping to prepare a tagine in Fez.
Influenced by our Hidden Beaches specialists, read our travel trends tipped for 2018. Combine time on the coast with responsible wildlife experiences, seek out creatures spotted on Blue Planet II or make the most of new direct flights to the Seychelles.
Do you have a passion you feel compelled to explore in ever greater depth on your travels? Here, we suggest (superficially dissimilar) destinations that offer similar experiences, whether you’re into wine, wilderness walking, or observing endangered primates.
Vibrant and teeming with life, coral reefs are some of the most vital and compelling ecosystems in the world. Though they are being stressed by global warming, there are still healthy sections to be found.