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Mungo National Park

This remote, beautiful and important park covers 278.5 sq km of the Willandra Lakes Region World Heritage Area. A site of global archaeological and anthropological significance, it is one of Australia's most accessible slices of the outback, although the term 'accessible' is used loosely here.

Khao Sok National Park

If you've had enough of beach-bumming, venture inland to the wondrous 738-sq-km Khao Sok National Park. Many believe this lowland jungle (Thailand's rainiest spot) dates back 160 million years, making it one of the world's oldest rainforests, and it's interspersed by hidden waterfalls and caves.

Iguazú Falls

One of the planet’s most awe-inspiring sights, the Iguazú Falls are simply astounding. A visit is a jaw-dropping, visceral experience, and the power and noise of the cascades – a chain of hundreds of waterfalls nearly 3km in extension – live forever in the memory. An added benefit is the setting: …

The Galápagos Islands

The Galápagos Islands may just inspire you to think differently about the world. The creatures that call the islands home, many found nowhere else in the world, act as if humans are nothing more than slightly annoying paparazzi.

Welcome | Tongariro National Park Villages | Mt Ruapehu | Mt Ngauruhoe

National Park Village borders the dual World Heritage Tongariro National Park to the east and the Whanganui National Park to the West, in the middle …

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On May 25th 2012, a California firm called SpaceX made history by carrying out the first privately run space mission to the International Space Station (ISS). It was a vindication for NASA's decision to outsource its ISS missions to the private sector. At the time SpaceX was the only firm capable of flying such a mission. That may be about to change http://econ.st/11D9WNB

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First time Ireland: unmissable Emerald Isle experiences

Ireland’s reputation precedes itself, so first-time visitors might think they know what to expect – rolling green fields, chatty locals and a pint for each hand – but there’s so much more to Ireland than its stereotypical charms. Skip the bus tours stopping at leprechaun-filled souvenir shops and …


Yakutsk: The Coldest City on Earth

January 2013. A scene in Yakutsk, Siberia, the coldest city in the world.<br>Steeve Iuncker—Agence VU<p>1 of 14<p>Yakutsk, a remote city in Eastern Siberia …

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Volunteering in international development: how to do it well

In a blog about the benefits of volunteering abroad, author Elizabeth Kruemelmann starts by quoting cultural anthropologist Margaret Mead: "Never …

Remote South Pacific islands you can visit (without a sailboat)

Have you ever wanted to get way, way - and perhaps even one extra 'way' - off the beaten path? The vast Pacific ocean presents no shortage of opportunities for those seeking isolation. If you don't know your aft from your starboard, these five island nations are about as far as you can go - no …

Starting every April, a weekly ferry gives travellers access to Iceland’s remote eastern coastline, to see snowcapped mountains, cascading waterfalls and colonies of comedic puffins. See how life changes with the arrival of "summer" in this chilly, beautiful land: http://bit.ly/137RBhU

Torngat Mountains, Canada: drinking in the spirits on the rocks

Any wilderness worthy of the name is inhabited by spirits. Over the millennia, layers of history – human and animal, natural and supernatural – somehow combine into a living presence. At least, that’s what the Inuit of the Torngat Mountains of Labrador believe, and we saw no reason to disagree.<p>Our …


Five Reasons to Visit Jordan

<b>1. Safe and stable so far –</b> The reverberations of the 2011 Arab Spring have been felt throughout the Middle East, and they’re not over yet. The …

Bratislava: a beer lover's guide

Bratislava is a simple beast. Skulking quietly in the shadow of Vienna and Budapest, the capital of Slovakia is often rushed through as tourists make …

Iraq: the world's next big eco-tourism destination?

The marshlands between the Euphrates and Tigris rivers are frequently described as the Garden of Eden or the Cradle of Civilisation. But after the Iraq war of 1991, in an act of environmental vandalism Saddam Hussein drained the marshes and persecuted their inhabitants as punishment for an uprising …


Five reasons to wake a traveller at dawn

You snooze, you lose – if you’re a traveller, that is. Set your alarm clock for one of these unforgettable early-morning experiences.<p><b>Morning rush hour at Tsukiji Fish Market, Japan</b><p>Tokyo’s most famous market reaches fever pitch in the early morning. You’ll be deafened as buyers holler for the best …


Sri Lanka banks on return of British Airways

Prospective visitors to Sri Lanka may be perturbed by recent revelations that the country’s hotels are being asked to provide police with the passport numbers and visa details of foreign guests.<p>The move might sound Orwellian, but should be seen as a – perhaps overcautious – response to crimes …

Travel tips: how to pick the best group tour

Most of us only get a few weeks of holiday each year. When time is of the essence, it can feel good to delegate all the travel planning to someone else. Slow, independent journeys will, of course, always be the cheapest form of travelling, but they're not entirely practical if you don't want to …

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The seven wonders of the British springtime you must see before it's too late

Following dismal winter rain and storms, spring is welcome every year when it finally breaks cover.<p>What an amazing sight it is, especially in the south west, when bumble bees drone in the garden, a pair of peacock butterflies circle one another in a delicate courtship, against a background of white …