Journey Beyond Presents Rail-inspired Art

Inspired by three Australian train journeys, three artists will exhibit their works through August at Adelaide Parklands Rail Terminal.

Finding the Stars in Namibia

Namibia’s NamibRand Nature Reserve is Africa’s only International Dark Sky Reserve, making it ideal for a safari of the stars. 

Bhutan’s Royal Highland Festival is Just Around the Corner

The two-day annual Royal Highland Festival celebrates the culture and traditions of the nomadic highlander people of Bhutan, and features animal displays, song and dance, medicinal herbs and more.

José Sarica on Scouting the Ice

We slip behind the scenes of Ponant’s newest exciting itinerary to frozen Canada with the line’s director of Research and Development, José Sarica.

Three Ways to Explore Canada’s Yukon River

The Yukon River in Canada’s north-western Yukon Territory draws paddlers from all over the world, many to take part in the Yukon River Quest.

Top Things to Do on K’Gari

The name has changed but the adventures remain the same at Fraser Island, which has reclaimed its traditional name, K’gari. 

Wild Luxury Retreats of Australia

From historic homesteads and beachfront glamping to indulgent private islands, these are our favourite luxury hideaways across Australia. 

World Expeditions Launches Mindful Himalaya Treks 

Travel writer, author and sustainability expert, Nina Karnikowski brings her mindful living skills to the Himalaya with World Expeditions in October.

New Luxury Tents , Kenya Cottar’s 1920’s Camp

Award-winning Cottar’s Safaris has added new luxury double tents at Cottar’s 1920s Camp, as well as two fully renovated double tents, just in time for The Great Migration.

A Celebration of Local Culinary Biodiversity

Palacio Nazarenas, A Belmond Hotel, Cusco, has appointed 2021 World’s Best Female Chef Pía León as Culinary Director of her new restaurant, Mauka.