Safari specialists Natasha and Abigail have recently returned from a research trip across Kenya. After venturing from the Laikipia Plateau to the plains of the Masai Mara, the Tsavo region to the white-sand beaches of the coast, they share their stand-out experiences and what it’s like to travel now.
Experience a day on safari in Tanzania’s Serengeti, as seen through the eyes of Zawadi Dominic, head guide in Dunia Camp’s all-female team. From dawn’s first light to dinner under the stars, Zawadi shows us how she shapes your experience.
Wellness doesn’t necessarily mean a facial or massage. We pick some of the best rejuvenating experiences from across the globe, ranging from a gentle soak in Japanese geothermal waters to an invigorating Tasmanian hike.
Bison-studded prairies, the pomp and ceremony of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police parade, cattle wrangling on a ranch, or exploring what went on in Moose Jaw’s underground labyrinth… discover five of the best things to see and do in Saskatchewan.
From Tanzania to Panama, travel is different right now no matter where you go. But just how is it different? We talked to five specialists about what it’s like to travel now, top tips, and how, in some ways, travel is better than it’s ever been.
There’s nowhere quite like British Columbia for seeing black, grizzly, and spirit bears in their natural habitat. There’s a variety of dedicated bear lodges to choose from, but which is right for you? We’ve compared four of our favorites to help you decide.
Embracing Canada’s winter, marking the Buddhist new year, celebrating the return of migratory whales to South Africa’s shores… these are just some of the events venerated in festivals around the globe. We share our pick of the world’s best festivals to include in your travels.
Will it be dog sledding in winter or zip-lining in summer? The mountain town of Whistler is an outdoor playground whatever time of year you visit. Here, former resident Emily, from our Canada team, helps you decide which season is right for you.
When Kathy and Van started planning their trip to Japan, they asked for something very specific: a deep dive into the country’s pottery tradition. Specialist Tesia crafted an itinerary that included a visit with an 11th-generation master potter.
The provincial capital of Nova Scotia, Halifax is steeped in maritime history and a thriving Celtic culture. Specialist Emily plans out her ideal 48 hours in and near the city, from museums and forts to lighthouses and lobster rolls.