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Venezuela’s lost world

In southern Venezuela’s tepuis – the sandstone, table-topped mountains that inspired Sir Arthur Conan-Doyle’s novel The Lost World – travellers still feel like 19th-century explorers.
Read more… 26 October 2012


Autumn colours around the world

Venture into the leaf-strewn countryside with your camera in tow.
23 October 2012


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Beach camping in Hong Kong

Autumn brings respite from the relentless humidity that smothers the city for most of the year, making it the perfect time to pitch a tent by the sea.
Read more… 19 October 2012


Ten of France’s natural wonders

France smoulders with natural beauty, from the spectacular river-carved cliff sides of the Gorges du Verdon to the Dune du Pilat, Europe’s highest sand dune.
19 October 2012


Autumnal isolation in Finland’s Oulanka Park

A chunk of unspoilt Taiga forest in Finnish Lapland is home to rushing whitewater rivers, an 80km bear trail and vivid autumn colours that rival New England’s changing leaves.
Read more… 18 October 2012


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The perfect trip: The Scottish Highlands

Fearsome and beautiful, the landscapes of northern Scotland are best experienced on a road trip through its mysterious beaches, fresh seafood and isolated wildlife.
Read more… 17 October 2012


Formidable beauty in the Scottish Highlands

Get lost in breathtaking vistas, mouth-watering food and mysterious castles on the northwest coast of Scotland.
17 October 2012


Exploring Peru’s epic Colca Canyon

Within a bus ride of Machu Picchu is a fissure twice as deep as the Grand Canyon, home to soaring condors, endless trekking routes and little-altered Inca and Pre-Inca traditions.
Read more… 15 October 2012


The undiscovered jewel of the Philippines

The diving paradise of Apo Reef and the neighbouring town of Sablayan may just be the next big thing in Philippine tourism.
Read more… 11 October 2012


Burma’s river of spirits

The Irrawaddy River stretches 2,170km across most of the country, serving as a vital life source for the Burmese people. It is what they drink, how they travel and where they pray.
11 October 2012


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