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150 travel features tagged “Beaches”

Escaping to Jamaica’s southwest

Discover a laid-back side to the Caribbean country in the fishing towns of Treasure Beach and Black River.
04 January 2013


Mini Guide

Mini guide to coastal Goa

The swaying palms, white sands and warm waters of this Indian state justifiably draw plenty of visitors. Discover a different side to Goan life on its less beaten paths.
Read more… 24 December 2012


Driving from the top to the tip of Baja California

From Tijuana in the north to Cabo San Lucas in the south, this 1,600km road trip includes grey whale watching, ancient cave paintings, high-end vineyards and endless desert plains.
Read more… 20 December 2012


Kayaking Australia’s Whitsunday Islands

Paddle around the forested domes of drowned mountains and sleep under the stars in rustic beach campsites on an unforgettable sea-to-summit trail.
Read more… 06 December 2012


Nature's kitchen off Africa's coast

The deserted palm-fringed beaches, tropical rainforests and relaxed nature of Africa’s Sao Tome and Principe islands are starting to attract attention.
Read more… 03 December 2012


Hiking Australia’s Fraser Island

This 90km walk across the world’s largest sand island reveals a unique and untamed paradise of tropical rainforests, giant sand dunes and crystal blue lakes.
Read more… 21 November 2012


Weekend respite in Langkawi

Once a sanctuary for pillaging pirates, Malaysia’s Pulau Langkawi archipelago is now a refuge for equally as exhausted backpackers and business types from Singapore and Kuala Lumpur.
Read more… 02 October 2012


Untouched Bali

Just a 30 minute flight from the crowded beaches of Bali is the less-developed, arid island of Lombok, where surfers often have the waves all to themselves.
Read more… 25 September 2012


Indonesia’s other Kuta

The village of Kuta, located on Lombok island’s southern coast,could not be more different from its Bali namesake.
25 September 2012


Brazil’s threatened slice of paradise

Despite remaining largely off limits for most of this century, Ilha Grande’s recent tourism explosion means that preservation and sustainability have become more important than ever.
Read more… 20 September 2012


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