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344 travel features tagged “Nature & Outdoors”

Hot springs and hummingbirds in Ecuador

A far cry from its origin as a potato-growing centre, Papallacta, Ecuador's highest town, has become famous for its wondrous natural treasures.
Read more… 06 August 2013


Trekking Peru’s Santa Cruz trail

Famous for cutting through the Cordillera Blanca – the world’s highest tropical mountain range – this lesser-known alternative to the Inca Trail could be crucial to locals’ survival.
Read more… 02 August 2013


Turkey's volcanic wonderland

Cappadocia's landscape is full of striking rock formations, while tours of caves and underground tunnels explore deep into the canyon’s history.
Read more… 01 August 2013


Five of the world’s newest wonders

From a fuming Italian volcano to India’s land of kings, these natural and manmade marvels are the latest treasures to be honoured on Unesco’s World Heritage list.
30 July 2013


Zimbabwe, a side you've never seen

Slowly leaving behind its days of violence and corruption, the southern African nation is back in the business of offering travellers thrilling, up-close animal adventures.
Read more… 30 July 2013


A wild world off California's coast

Just beyond San Francisco, the mysterious Farallon Islands are a collection of inhospitable rocky peaks where nutrient-rich waters make it a perfect place for whale watching.
Read more… 29 July 2013


Nature and temptation in the Seychelles

With reefs teeming with tropical fish, biblically lush jungles and painfully picturesque beaches, this pristine archipelago works hard to keep paradise from becoming over-populated.
Read more… 26 July 2013


Crawling creatures in the Cardamom Mountains

Lonely Planet travel writer Tamara Sheward discovers that the lush Cambodian slopes are home to all manner of critters.
24 July 2013


Living In

Living in... great cities for outdoor adventures

Adrenaline seekers and nature lovers alike will find something to love in these five cities, all of which are located in or near some of the planet’s finest wildernesses.
Read more… 24 July 2013


Hunting in the Last Frontier

Lonely Planet founder Tony Wheeler heads to Alaska’s isolated Seward Peninsula to see salmon fight their way upriver and see Eskimo descendants preserve them for the long winter.
15 July 2013


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