We’re constantly looking for new ways to explore the countries we love. In 2018, you can cycle across Japan’s Seto Sea on suspension bridges, hear Rwandan fishermen singing across Lake Kivu and explore the polar regions on a lavish expedition ship.
Some events sell out in days; some countries have seasonal periods that are always in high demand. We’ve selected various 2018 and 2019 experiences that might be the stuff of your travel dreams — but only if you start planning now.
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.
New Zealand’s Kaikoura is open for business following last year’s earthquake, and, says Audley specialist Miriam, you’ll find this coastal town’s topography has changed in unexpected, intriguing ways. The local marine life, she’s happy to report, is alive and well.
The Caribbean’s not just a collection of sun-soaked beaches. Audley specialist, Nikki journeyed across the islands, meeting enthusiastic cocoa growers, scoping out the best snorkeling spots and wandering through botanical estates to find out what makes this tropical region tick.
The first region Audley ever sold, Southeast Asia has captivated our travelers (and us) for more than 20 years. Our specialists share the cruises, hotels, restaurants and experiences that you have raved about over the decades and explain why they’re so popular.
Why certain places require permits, how recent changes affect travel plans — and why you should still go. Here Audley debunks travel to five destinations, from Arnhem Land tours — a more unusual way to explore Australia’s ‘Top End’ — to enigmatic Bhutan.
We asked you to share your little-known travel discoveries with a video or photograph on social media or via our website as part of our #MyLittleKnown campaign. We enlisted the help of travel bloggers Becky Moore and Heather Cowper to help us choose the overall winner.
The thrill of spotting a lion on the prowl or a herd of elephant is what makes safaris so popular. But there’s more to Africa than game drives. Our specialists discuss alternative experiences to include in your trip, whether you’re interested in culture, scenery or relaxation.