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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


In New York, the Adirondacks endure

The state’s sprawling preserve tells a story of recovery, as the forested region once devastated by logging is now a thriving wilderness.
03 October 2012


Exploring New York’s Erie Canal

With 524 miles of hand-dug waterway to paddle, 234 historic urban centres to explore and more than 100 excellent wineries to tipple at, this little-known region is full of charm.
Read more… 02 October 2012


Mini Guide

Mini guide to Iceland's activities

All across the country, spewing volcanoes and forbidding lava fields make for a land of beautiful, barren expanses and infinite possibilities for adventure.
Read more… 27 September 2012


Life in the fragile, frozen Arctic

Despite increased tourism and rising temperatures, the Arctic’s stunning landscape of crashing glaciers and elusive wildlife is still largely ruled by ice.
Read more… 20 September 2012


An expedition to the Arctic

Between June and September, the sun does not set below the horizon and the ice melts just enough to venture into the European Arctic’s remote wilderness.
20 September 2012


Mini Guide

Mini guide to the Lake District’s walks

This magnificent national park is one of the best places in Britain for a stroll. No wonder that many a poet and writer has fallen for its formidable charm over the years.
Read more… 17 September 2012


Asia's tigers rebound

Thanks to conservation efforts in Thailand and beyond, the legendary and often fabled animal may become more of a reality.
13 September 2012


Cast away: five island paradises

From the gale-blasted cliffs of Scotland to the balmy shores of the Seychelles, travel experts reveal their secret hideaways.
Read more… 12 September 2012


Australia’s remote slot canyons

Just a few hours’ drive west of Sydney, daring Aussies plunge into the many canyons of the country’s Blue Mountain region.
06 September 2012


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