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.
In light of the unprecedented challenges from coronavirus, our responsible travel and sustainability manager Heather Magnussen talks about how we can come together as a travel-loving community to continue to have a positive impact.
Audley traveler Geoff relives his recent trip to Tanzania, split between a safari in the Selous Game Reserve and time in the Mafia Archipelago. He shares his highlights, including a guided walk to a 40-strong hippo pod and witnessing the first steps of an impala.
Photographer Phil Reeds was driven to visit Namibia when he saw haunting pictures of an abandoned town given over to the desert sands. On his trip with Audley, he chased glimpses of his own Big Five — the country’s singular landscapes and phenomena.
New year, new horizons: which travel trends of 2020 most speak to you? We sum up the travel themes that are set to be talking points over the coming year, from cruising to slow travel, and suggest destinations to match.
Eco-conscious Costa Rica and Bhutan, Iceland’s line-up of one-off experiences, places on the brink of mass discovery such as Puglia and South Korea… we share our pick of destinations worth visiting in 2020, and what you can do there.
Whether you’re in Africa, India or Latin America, seeing the region’s birdlife often plays a part in your trip. Here, our specialists share seven tips to get the most out of your birdwatching, from camera and binocular hints to off-radar birdwatching spots.
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.
A trip to Kenya doesn’t have to be confined to the country’s best-known areas and most popular months. Here, safari specialist Amy recalls how she left the 4x4 behind to get an up-close look at some of Kenya’s wildest parks.
You don’t need to visit a battlefield, museum or palace to see where history happened. For a more intimate look, you can tour conservation labs in Egypt, explore the Bourbon tunnels under Naples or discover the 16th-century history of Nagasaki.