You never know what you’ll encounter in your travels. During my time reporting on Cheetah Conservation Botswana’s work, I headed to the town of Ghanzi to get supplies and run a few errands with CCB’s manager.
Newly collected eggs give the Schaus butterfly a chance. You can find the Schaus swallowtail butterfly on a U.S. postage stamp. But you'd have a harder time finding it in the wild. The brown-and-yellow
Female guppies (Poecilia reticulata) sometimes bring a little extra baggage to a relationship—in the form of a dead male’s sperm. A new study shows that one in four wild guppies in Trinidad and Tobago
The big cat is catching canine distemper from domestic dogs, experts say. Cats and dogs don't usually mix. But a domestic dog virus is posing a new threat to endangered tigers in the wild, experts say—partly
I could relax. I'd found a restaurant without candles, without couples, and without piped bossa nova. Paraty is quite possibly the most romantic town in the world. Full of cute pastel-coloured colonial
Less crowded than Costa Rica and safer than El Salvador, Nicaragua’s Pacific Coast offers big swells, cheap lodging and free-flowing cervezas for the perfect surf-camp combo. The first step in learning
Sliding into a bathtub after a long day is one of life’s little luxuries, but there’s nothing quite like the restorative buzz garnered by a dip in a proper thermal pool. From Iceland’s idyllic Blue Lagoon
Science & InnovationNot Exactly Rocket Science If you talk about a starling, most people in Europe and North America will picture a small bird with glossy black plumage. But that’s the common starling.
Lonely Planet's Guide to Travel Photography 5th Edition Jul 2016 The fifth edition of Lonely Planet’s Guide to Travel Photography shows readers how to develop their photographic skills and avoid common