Nov 2016


Travel classics with a twist - Trans-Siberian Railway - Uganda - New Zealand - Buenos Aires - Japan - Guide Awards - Pocket guides: Santiago de Compostela, Trieste (Italy) & New York City
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Travel Classics… with a twist

Want to enjoy the bucketlist experiences but do them a little differently? We reveal how to tick off the classics the Wanderlust way…

Trans-Siberian Railway

...the wrong way round. Hop aboard the longest train journey in the world as it celebrates its 100 year anniversary, but do it in reverse undertaking the classic Trans-Mongolian spur starting in Beijing and ending in Moscow

Gorilla-watching in Uganda

...linger for longer. Head to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, where a limited number of visitors can head out with guides and researchers to see unhabituated gorillas and spend four times longer in their company than is usually allowed

Classic Japan

...on a budget. Think that experiencing Japan's temples, ryokan and onsen means spending a fortune? Think again. with transport deals, free sights and a bit of insider knowledge, it's more affordable than ever...

New Zealand's 'Best Day Walk'

...and it's not the Tongariro Crossing! That's right, there's a new 'best one-day walk in the world'. Join us as we head to Mount Taranaki to find out if this forest-rich mountain hike is a worthy rival

Buenos Aires

...the wild side. Known for the urban sprawl, we scratch beneath its concrete facade to discover wild reserves, untamed delta and a magical taste of pampas life

Plus... Try wild swimming safely, Joanna Lumley talks the perils of filming wildlife; cook a shepherd's pie ...with a spicy twist; World Guide Awards - full results, Last 24 hours in the city at the end of Spain's Camino de Santiago hike – Santiago de Compostela; Discovering Europe's former classic city break destination Trieste, Italy; Go underground for the secret sights of New York City; Waterproof overtrousers test, and lots, lots more...