Here’s the deal. The calendar says it’s spring but you’re still holding your breath. You have friends and family all over the country who you haven’t seen in months, but everyone’s a little strapped for
Women are choosing mountaineering over pampering, and they don't mind going solo. In the travel game, we hear words like staycation, glamping, and the latest, bleisure (a combo of business and leisure
Whether you’re looking for wonderful wildlife facts, inspirational tales from around the globe or tips on how to cure travellers' diarrhoea, Jane Wilson-Howarth – zoologist, author, GP and travel health
MaSovaida chilling with a new stony-faced pal at Ranu Raraku. Image courtesy of MaSovaida Morgan MaSovaida Morgan, Destination Editor for South America, is just back from a once in a lifetime trip to Island.
Sarah taking in the architecture around San Juan © Sarah Reid Sarah Reid, Destination Editor at Lonely Planet, recently returned from her first-ever Caribbean cruise. Tell us more… My fiancée and I thought
Writing about your travel adventures and snapping shots of exotic locales is a dream job for many – but a hard career to break into. For Lola Akinmade Åkerström, a keen eye for a capture and a passion
If budget travel makes you think of noisy dorm rooms and slogging across countries in cramped overnight buses then think again. The New York Times’ Frugal Traveler and professional penny-pincher Lucas
It’s the stuff of fantasy: stow your most important belongings, sell everything else and hit the road for a Bob Dylan-length tour of the globe. But perhaps the life of a rolling stone isn’t such a daydream
Perhaps best known for the lore behind the Bermuda Triangle, the 21-square-mile slice of paradise falls victim to many misconceptions: one being that it’s in the Caribbean Sea (it’s actually in the Atlantic
Bermuda is an undeniably picturesque place that conjures visions of delicate pink beaches with palms swaying in the breeze, but it’s also a great location for those who like their vacations action-packed.