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Around Greenland's Coldest Settlement in the Depths of Winter: Going Barmy instead of Balmy on the Looney Front - Part 2

Greenland's indigenous Inuit, inured though they were to the rigours of the far north, never established any permanent settlement in Kangerlussuaq at the top end of a 118-mile-long fjord on the west coast of the world's largest island. It wasn't that it was 60 miles above the Arctic Circle; many of …

U.S. Air Force

Al-Qaida in Yemen urges local and international jihad

CAIRO (AP) — The al-Qaida offshoot that claimed Friday to have masterminded the bloody rampage in France has been the most active of the terror network's branches in trying to strike in the West.<p>Al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula said it directed the attack against the French satirical magazine …


LG G3 review: the best phablet to date

Balancing size with power, with laser autofocus for quick snaps, LG’s G3 makes large-screened phones usable<p>LG’s latest smartphone is a 5.5in powerhouse with a quad-HD screen and seems to be a hit with customers.<p>From its release at the end of May, the G3 outpaced its Korean rival the Samsung Galaxy …

India’s pure, wicked wilderness

Once home to gun-brandishing bandit gangs, India’s National Chambal Sanctuary is a wicked wilderness full of crocodiles that can overturn boats and incredibly agile blind dolphins.<p>Until three decades ago, the area around the River Chambal in India’s northern state of Uttar Pradesh was inhabited by …

Uttar Pradesh

Five days in Russia's Ring of Fire

After being all but off limits, Russia’s strictly protected Kronotsky Zapovednik opens to travellers, revealing 650kg bears and the world’s second-largest gathering of geysers.<p>We had left the brown bears below us in the Valley of the Geysers, where they ambled among purple orchids, emerald grasses …

National Parks

Canada’s wild frontier: Where glaciers and rainforests meet

Both a Canadian national park and a Unesco World Heritage Site, Kluane National Park is one of the most beautiful and isolated places on Earth.<p>After a bumpy 90-minute drive down a dirt track that cut through dense forest and across rushing streams, I emerged from a pickup truck – next to a cabin …

National Parks

Our favourite images of the week

Amazing images from around the globe, illustrating Western Australia's wild side, the land of Tarzan and more.

Western Australia

Five destinations you should know more about

These countries might not be on traveller’s bucket lists – but according to the people that live there, they should be.<p>Whether it is the notion that Brits only drink tea or that all Argentineans dance tango, cultural stereotypes can overshadow a country’s true nuances.<p>For a more authentic take on …

National Parks

The world’s most ethical countries: 2014

A new study shows why bringing tourism dollars to destinations like the Bahamas and Chile can be more impactful than Costa Rica or Ghana.<p>What makes the Bahamas a more ethical vacation choice than Costa Rica?<p>That’s the crux of a recent survey about ethical travel, a movement that encourages …

Costa Rica

Our favourite images of the week

Devout Mongolians celebrating the birth of Buddha feature in this collection of striking images from around the globe.


Patagonia’s ice-carved waterways

Explore the convoluted coastline of the western fjordlands on a three-day cargo ship journey through some of the world’s most remote land and seascapes.<p>It was a grey, windblown afternoon in the western fjords of Chilean Patagonia. As the ship plied the leaden waters between steep, green valleys, …

South America

Our favourite images of the week

An imposing rock formation emerging from the ocean features in this week's selection of breathtaking photos from around the globe.


The United Nations of mosques

Abu Dhabi’s Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque was built to welcome the world – and has an open-door policy that harkens back to the golden age of Islam.

Abu Dhabi

Cruising into Gold Rush country

The 88-passenger SS Legacy, a revamped replica steamer, propels travellers deep into Alaska, pairing the state’s history with its natural splendours.<p>There was a collective gasp of awe and astonishment from everyone on deck as the humpback whale breached about 200 yards away.<p>It was August in Alaska, …


The train that takes on Alaska’s Mt McKinley

The 470-mile Denali Star line tracks through a vast landscape so wild, it can be easier to spot caribou than people and one town’s mayor is a cat named Stubbs.<p>Just a few minutes earlier, cries of “Moose beside the track!” had managed to distract many of the Denali Star’s train passengers from their …

National Parks
Yukon Territory
Yukon Territory
European Travel

Lakeside treks in a geothermal land

North Island’s Rotorua Lakes are an unrivalled natural landscape with absinthe-bright forests, bubbling springs and active volcanoes – all easily explored with a new network of trails.<p>Travellers to New Zealand, especially those with an eye for adventure, often flock to the country’s South Island. …

New Zealand

Our favourite images of the week

Mesmerising travel photos from around the world, including bizarre body painting in Austria and wakeboarding in Lebanon’s crystal-filled cave.

New Zealand