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Golden Eagle Trans-Siberian Express
Mongolia, Russia, South Africa, New Zealand, Japan and Bolivia

The longest, oldest and largest: 6 superlatives from around the world

Mongolia, Russia, South Africa, New Zealand, Japan and Bolivia

From exploring part of New Zealand’s longest hiking route to journeying across the width of a continent aboard the Trans-Siberian and learning the secrets of longevity in Japan (home to the world’s oldest population), here’s how you can experience the world’s greatest, biggest and boldest.

Golden Eagle Trans-Siberian Express
Russia, Mongolia, South Africa, New Zealand, India, Nepal and Japan

Extraordinary journeys: the longest, oldest and tallest

Russia, Mongolia, South Africa, New Zealand, India, Nepal and Japan

With the world’s longest direct flight, from London to Perth, launching next year, Audley specialists have put together ideas for experiencing some of the world’s other superlatives, from the highest mountain to the longest rail journey.

Oudtshoorn, South Africa
South Africa

Exploring South Africa's Garden Route

South Africa

Natural wonders await discovery along South Africa's Garden Route. But is it best to explore its peaceful countryside or its wild coastline?

Floating Market, Mekong Delta
Australia, Ecuador, India, Japan, South Africa, Thailand, Zanzibar Archipelago and Vietnam

10 markets worth a visit

Australia, Ecuador, India, Japan, South Africa, Thailand, Zanzibar Archipelago and Vietnam

Whether you’re sampling fresh seafood in Japan, exploring the floating markets of Vietnam or shopping for artisanal goods in Australia, these are our specialists’ top picks for must-see markets around the world.

Si Satchanalai National Park
Thailand

Uncover Thailand's hidden sites and experiences

Thailand

Ride a brand new train, cook with a celebrated Thai chef or trek through a national park by torchlight. Our Thailand specialists share their top hidden spots, as well as some new experiences that haven’t made the guidebooks yet.

Victoria Memorial, Calcutta
India

Calcutta: culture and cuisine in India's friendliest city

India

India specialist Graham explores the culture and cuisine of Calcutta, also known as India's friendliest city.

Camels in the Sahara

Our top 5 glamping spots

Looking for inspiration in finding a standout camping experience? Our specialists reveal the best alfresco escapes.

Zanzibar beach
Oman, Zanzibar Archipelago, Borneo, French Polynesia, China and Australia

Layover cities: experience more with an extended stay

Oman, Zanzibar Archipelago, Borneo, French Polynesia, China and Australia

Fly to the other side of the world, or a country without a major airport, and you’re likely to need to stop along the way. Rather than simply gaze out from an airport lounge window, take a few nights to explore. Our specialists explain how a stopover to explore the hawker stalls of Hong Kong or Wadi Ghul, Oman’s own Grand Canyon, can complement your overall trip.

Casablanca Valley
Chile, Australia, Uruguay and New Zealand

The grape and the good: boutique winery experiences around the world

Chile, Australia, Uruguay and New Zealand

Innovative New-World winemaking, camping overnight in vineyards to stylish vineyard stays, and both rustic and fine-dining opportunities. Our specialists share their recommended boutique winery experiences from across the globe.

View of the towers at Angkor Wat, Siem Reap
Cambodia

Audley Guide Awards 2017

Cambodia

We’re proud of our hand-picked guides, who help you absorb the local culture, navigate challenging terrain or uncover hidden spots that few visitors discover. Find out more about our 2017 Guide Awards where we celebrated the best of the best in Siem Reap, Cambodia.

Legong Dancer, Bali
Indonesia

The other side of Bali

Indonesia

Indonesia's iconic isle is known for its sun spots, but look beyond the beach bars for a wilder land rich in history, rugged hills and untouched coasts...

Cottage
India

Living with local people in rural India: an extraordinary experience

India

Audley clients Rob and Jenny Drybrough-Smith recently journeyed to Araveli Cottages and Tented Camp as part of a longer trip through north India. They recount their experiences in the local community, learning about daily life and spending time with local residents.

Cobh
Ireland and UK

8 reasons to visit the UK and Ireland

Ireland and UK

Audley’s UK and Ireland specialists suggest unique ways to experience the many facets of the British Isles. Explore the Cotswolds with a professional photographer, share a pint with a traditional Irish storyteller, marvel at the rugged beauty of the Scottish Highlands, and much more.

Travelling through the Amazon Rainforest
Peru

Exploring the Outdoors in Peru

Peru

From the heights of the Andes to the open lagoons of the Amazon, Peru's immensely varied landscape attracts thousands of visitors every year. Though the options for exploring Peru's great outdoors are seemingly endless, our specialists have chosen their top picks for experiencing all the beauty the country has to offer.

View from the dining area at Kubu Kubu
Botswana, Tanzania, Namibia and South Africa

7 new additions in Africa: our latest stays in the continent

Botswana, Tanzania, Namibia and South Africa

From up-and-coming Johannesburg to the plains of the Serengeti, new properties are springing up in Africa. Audley specialists travel regularly to check out the latest offerings in each of our African destinations — here are some of their top choices.

Street Scene, Rome, Italy
Italy

Sicily, Bologna, and Cinque Terre: new ways to discover Italy

Italy

Whether you're taking in the Baroque churches of Sicily, dining on the delicacies of Bologna or hiking along the terraced hills of Cinque Terre, our new activities offer a glimpse into the soul of Italy.

A view of  the French Valley from Camping Italiano
Antarctica, Argentina, Maldives, Uzbekistan, Chile and Italy

Our travels in 2017

Antarctica, Argentina, Maldives, Uzbekistan, Chile and Italy

From kayaking in Antarctica, to driving in Argentina, caving in Vietnam and snorkeling in the Maldives — watch some of our travel highlights from 2017, as caught on video by our specialists.

Coral Reef, The Maldives
Australia, Fiji, Belize, Honduras, India, Indonesia and Maldives

The best coral reefs in the world

Australia, Fiji, Belize, Honduras, India, Indonesia and Maldives

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.

Table Mountain, South Africa
Australia, Peru, Italy, India, France, South Africa and Mongolia

Catch it while you can: destinations and experiences to start planning now

Australia, Peru, Italy, India, France, South Africa and Mongolia

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.

Dumplings, China
Japan, China, Antarctica, Australia, Rwanda, Italy and France

New activities for a new year

Japan, China, Antarctica, Australia, Rwanda, Italy and France

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.

Krabi

#MyLittleKnown competition winner

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.

Halong Bay, Vietnam
Thailand, Vietnam, Laos, Borneo, Indonesia, Philippines, Burma (Myanmar) and Cambodia

Audley travelers’ Southeast Asian favorites

Thailand, Vietnam, Laos, Borneo, Indonesia, Philippines, Burma (Myanmar) and Cambodia

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.

Machu Picchu
Borneo, Australia, Peru and Rwanda

5 places you need a permit to visit (and why this shouldn’t put you off)

Borneo, Australia, Peru and Rwanda

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.

Petronas Towers, KL
Malaysia

48 hours in Kuala Lumpur

Malaysia

Delicious food, traditional Malay architecture and skyscrapers. Southeast Asia specialist Rebecca recommends how to spend 48 hours in Malaysia's capital Kuala Lumpur.

Yallingup Beach, The Margaret River region
Australia

Winelands, wildlife and Wadandi culture: a journey into southwest Australia

Australia

Australia’s lesser-visited southwest is ripe for exploration. Sophie from the Australia team recommends experiences to try in the region, from wine-tasting to intimate cultural encounters with the local Wadandi people.

Soneva Kiri, Koh Kood
Cambodia, Thailand, Philippines and Vietnam

Five-Star Stays in Southeast Asia

Cambodia, Thailand, Philippines and Vietnam

From Thailand to The Philippines, these award-winning properties can only be reached by speed boat or small aircraft. Whether you’re enjoying spa treatments in Sumba, Indonesia, scuba diving the pristine coral reef in The Philippines or simply taking in the ocean views in Cambodia, these luxury stays lend themselves to a quiet and care-free vacation.

Local school children
India

Supporting our charity of the year: WE Charity

India

Alice, a member of our marketing team, provides an update on our fundraising so far. She shares her experiences of journeying to rural Rajasthan in India to see how the money we raise is being used to benefit the local community.

Watch the Maasai children perform a traditional dance, Me to We Kenya

In conversation with WE Charity's Spencer West

An interview with Spencer West who works for WE Charity as a motivational speaker and leadership facilitator, helping to transform lives around the world.

Feeding time at Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre
Borneo and Burma (Myanmar)

Family adventure in Borneo & Burma

Borneo and Burma (Myanmar)

Dr Francoise Lyons and her family travelled to Borneo and Burma with Audley, where they experienced the wildlife, jungle and islands the countries had to offer.

Tash Rabat Yurts
India, Borneo, Peru, Japan, Kyrgyzstan, New Zealand and Cambodia

Live like a local: Our top 8 homestay experiences

India, Borneo, Peru, Japan, Kyrgyzstan, New Zealand and Cambodia

From yurts in rural Kyrgyzstan to a family fort in India, our specialists have suggested some of the most interesting homestays to experience local hospitality around the world.