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Botswana’s Okavango Delta from a dugout canoe

While most travellers come to Botswana’s famed Okavango Delta for the ultimate jeep safari, some insist Africa’s swamp-like wonderland is best seen by boat.
Read more… 05 January 2015


Stockholm’s stunning rooftop tour

The best way to get a sense of the Swedish capital’s island landscape isn’t from the sea. It’s from the air – 43m in the air, to be exact.
21 November 2014


The Travel Show

Cruising one of London’s most historical hand-built canals

Hidden from Central London’s busy streets is a 200-year-old canal lined with cafes and houseboats.
Read more… 20 November 2014


Swing takes over the Emerald Isle

Traditionally associated with folk, Ireland is falling in love with swing – and travellers can compete, take classes or just join in down at the local pub.
Read more… 09 October 2014


Camping on the Canadian tundra

Visited by only 75 or so people a year, Canada’s Ivvavik National Park is so remote, many of its beautiful peaks remain unnamed.
Read more… 14 September 2014


The Travel Show

Inside Body World’s headquarters

The opportunity to look at dead bodies has made Body World the largest travelling attraction on the planet. And at the world headquarters, the macabre goes to the next level.
Read more… 06 September 2014


An extreme way to see Wales' coast

Combining swimming through open ocean, climbing treacherous precipices and then plunging into deep trenches, coasteering is an increasingly popular activity on the Pembrokeshire coast.
Read more… 28 August 2014


‘Cycling Detroit makes too much sense to ignore’

Yes, cars created Detroit. But today, the city’s wide roads are sometimes as empty and as quiet as the Arctic. In other words, it is an open frontier for cyclists.
Read more… 26 August 2014


Europe’s first Peace Walk begins

Reaching 550km from Vienna to Trieste, the 23-day walk stops in some of the areas most affected by both world wars. Yet recent events in Ukraine add a new layer of importance.
Read more… 28 July 2014


Finding farms, and solitude, in Mexico City

Mexico City’s concrete jungle and population of 20 million conceals an unexpected, enormous nature reserve, where artificial islands grow fresh produce and hardly a person is found.
Read more… 10 May 2014


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