Rustle up a fragrant Mauritian curry in your own kitchen, explore the brushstrokes of Michelangelo’s Doni Tondo and get close to polar bears in the Arctic. We highlight ways to keep your travel hopes alive from the comfort of your own home.
Myanmar (Burma) specialist Sophie is also one of our dedicated responsible travel experts. As part of her role, she set out to explore the country, looking for authentic, community-led experiences. This led her to animist hunting shrines, fishing lessons and a village-wide game of hide and seek.
Decades after her first trip to Borneo, Julie Ferne and her husband Tone were inspired to return with Audley after watching a TV series. There they watched orangutans, met macaques and cruised the river waters alongside crocodiles.
What makes Thailand such an alluring destination? Our Thailand travel specialists handpick five ways to experience Thailand — from exploring the backstreets of Bangkok to practising traditional batik painting in the quiet Phang Nga Bay, of Koh Yao Noi island.
From visiting Myanmar’s community of retired elephants, to a small guest house in Northern Thailand, our experiences are hand-picked by our specialists — who have worked with our in-country partners to ensure they have a lasting positive impact on the local community.
This year, Vietnam veteran Bob Waldheim returned with his wife, Ruth, 50 years after he was stationed in the country. In this interview, he discusses why he decided it was time to return, and the healing process it enabled.
There’s still time to plan a trip for the end of this year, and many places come into their own during December. Here, we share some of the best destinations around the world for a festive break in 2019.
Whether you’re reminiscing over family camping trips, your childhood love of trains or your dreams of growing up to be an action-adventure hero, we share our ideas for places and experiences that can transport you back to your formative years.