Mar 2019


Travel Photo of the Year 2018 - The Comoros Islands - Alternative Travel Classics - Kyrgyzstan - New Brunswick, Canada - On sitting still in Zambia - Gear of the Year 2019 - WIN: A trip to the Deep South plus much more...
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Travel Photo of the Year 2018

It’s that time again! Our judges have scoured thousands of your entries to narrow down the finalists of this year’s travel photo competition. Turn over to see who’s won the commission of a lifetime to Hong Kong and Macao… 

The Comoros Islands

Remote and aromatic, impoverished and chaotic, Comoros is the Indian Ocean archipelago you won’t find in the brochures. But that makes it all the more intriguing…

Alternative Travel Classics

When visiting the world’s travel icons, it pays not to follow the crowds. From tracing the River Nile to camping on the Great Wall, we reveal how you can blaze a different trail…

Kyrgyzstan

As the world moves on, Kyrgyzstan’s nomadic culture appears under threat. But in Central Asia’s magnificent mountains the old traditions still find a way to survive…

New Brunswick, Canada

Canada’s Bay of Fundy is the best place in the world to glimpse the endangered North Atlantic right whale. We set sail, hot on its trail…

On sitting still in Zambia

Author and journalist Simon Barnes meditates on the blissful benefits of not doing, not searching, not moving, not exploring – just being in a special place, and understanding why it’s special

Gear of the Year 2019

Our resident gear expert and her panel of judges have once again tirelessly prodded and probed to uncover the best kit to accompany your adventures. Drum roll please for this year’s winners…

WIN

A trip to the Deep South worth over £3,000 with Grand American Adventures, and a trip to Montréal with Collette worth over £3,750

Plus…First 25 hours in Osaka, Japan; Short break in Matera; Turkish cuisine; Malta vs Madeira; Go now, Rio; Dream sleeps in Brazil; Living bridges; How to digital detox, and lots, lots more…