Beyond the Headlines
While sustainable forestry techniques could reduce rainforest deforestation by millions of acres per year, travellers can also play their part.
In the country’s north, the driest desert in the world is home to volcanoes, sand dunes, geysers and an amazing amount of geothermic activity.
Whether an Italian cycling tour or a Bahamas beach break better suits your fancy, these five destinations are the perfect cure for the relationship blues.
The Passport blog
As a new UN report encourages people to eat insects to help fight world hunger, we visit parts of the planet where crunchy critters are no big deal.
The walls of the Argentine city – enlivened by massive murals, whimsical painted figures, moody graffiti and subtle but emblematic stencils – carry a powerful political charge.
Some parts of northern Chile have never seen a drop of rain, yet flamingos, cacti and more than one million people have learned to survive in these arid badlands.