UNESCO World Heritage status has put the spotlight on the Lake District National, but lesser-known UK national parks have just as much to offer. Here are 5 you should spend time in this summer
The largest living thing on Earth is invisible. Woolly mammoths are making a comeback. Art collector Charles Saatchi provides 10 hard-to-believe facts and incredible photos from our very weird world…
If it’s volcanoes, colonial towns, Mayan ruins and abundant nature you’re after, head to Central America. From Belize to Panama, Guatemala to Nicaragua, adventure is guaranteed
The summer months see marine life – whales, dolphins, seals, seabirds, and more – flocking to the UK’s shores. Here are 9 incredible wild beasts you can get to know this summer...
July 18 2017 marks the 200th anniversary of Jane Austin's death and the release of a new UK £10 note bearing her likeness. We reveal the places you should visit to celebrate her life and her work
The first person to free climb El Capitan's Dawn Wall in Yosemite reveals the climbing locations around the world that he enjoys and that should be on your climbing To Do list too. Some are easier than you think...
Get your kids taste buds ready for the road or recreate their favourite travel dishes with these simple, tasty recipes from across the globe, from Chicken Potje to Pad Thai....
From Newfoundland to Poland and right across Scandinavia, these extraordinary sites and attractions bring the days of the Vikings thrillingly to life.
From trawling the Arctic’s ice floes to hiking in dramatic scenery, Canada’s National Parks are truly wild. With free entry in 2017 to celebrate the country's 150th 'birthday', here are the best ones to sample
There's far more to Sri Lanka than beautiful beaches. Save turtles, learn to cook a curry and perhaps come face-to-face with a leopard in Asia’s diverse and beguiling nation
From 4X4 journeys across the Australian Outback to bike trips in Rwanda, Wanderlust.co.uk readers pick their most memorable journeys from around the world. They could just inspire your next great adventure…
UNESCO sites celebrate and protect humanity's and Mother Nature’s greatest achievements. Travel bloggers, including The Planet D and Wandering Earl, select the 15 that have to be seen to be believed…
The Lake District has just been announced as a new UNESCO World Heritage site. From artistic inspiration to outdoor adventure, here are 5 reasons why it made the grade - and why you should visit
London has lots of rivers, many hidden under centuries of development. Author David Fathers reveals the capital's walks and their histories, from David Bowie rehearsal rooms to Judy Garland's tragic end
The UK has fantastic beaches to rival any country on Earth. Remote Britain project’s Chris Orange picks 5 absolute beauties worth going the extra distance for. You could bag one all to yourself….
Artist Harriet Riddell travels the world with her sewing machine, stitching portraits and landscapes as she goes. Here are six of her best pieces, from the slums of Kenya to the tea fields of India
Perfect for exploring in the UK's glorious summer weather… Chris Orange from the Remote Britain project tells us why we should visit Britain’s remote locations, and his 5 favourite remote beauty spots
Ahead of International Kissing Day (July 6), blogging couples, including Love & Compass and Nomadic Boys pick the most romantic travel experiences, from unforgettable camping spots to mountaintop sunrises
Dance the nights away in Buenos Aires, trek through Patagonia by day and discover Argentina’s surreal north on these trips through Latin American’s most surprising destination...
Always on the move and fascinated by the world around them, toddlers make the ideal travel companion. Here are five destinations they’ll love to explore beside you...
Macro photography has the potential to uncover a world normally hidden from the human eye. Here are 12 extraordinary examples of nature and wildlife-focused pictures by macro photographer David Taylor
Great food, a rich history and a distinct lack of crowds. They may be France’s least visited regions but there are still plenty of reasons to explore these forgotten gems
Celebrating World Canada Day (July 1) and the country's 150th birthday with these mighty adventures into Canada's epic open spaces, from the Rockies to the Arctic
From snapping tigers to taking underwater shots of humpback whales, these photographic trips team you up with professional photographers to help you capture your epic adventures
Surf, sail and snorkel your way through some of the most beautiful corners of the planet on these amazing active aquatic adventures. Grab your swimming suit now...
British photographer Charlie Waite has travelled the world, photographing unique and colourful landscapes. Here are his picks of the world’s greatest places for landscape photography, including Italy, Burma and the United States
We asked 11 famous folks, including Brian Cox, Kate Humble and De La Soul, the destinations that top their ‘To Do Before I Die’ list. From Borneo to Korea, these are their answers, and the clear favourite is…?
From swimming with tuna and exploring subterranean rivers to harvesting grapes and tracking brown bears, Catalonia is full of family adventures that will create memories for life.
Celebrate the 20th anniversary of the first publication of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone by following in Harry’s footsteps as he begins life as a young wizard at Hogwarts
Shaped by natural forces over the millennia, these extraordinary rocks touch our souls and gently remind us of our place in the world
Today is the UK's National Kissing Day (June 23). Here, top travel-blogging couples, including The Planet D and Love & Road, select the world’s most romantic cities, perfect for a smooch...
Sunset on Uluru, sunrise in Naples, starry skies over Wadi Rum… Wanderlust.co.uk readers pick the incredible views they'll remember forever, from deserts to cityscapes to rainbow-framed waterfalls
LensCulture celebrates the excellent work of photographers around the world. From street photos to portraits, these 20 astounding images range from the strange to the sublime
The last stronghold of the Maharajas, Rajasthan is colourful, opulent and lively. It is the India every traveller dreams of and these extraordinary trips ensure those dreams come true.
It’s the rail journey that tops every bucket list. Long time rail rider Matthew Woodward reveals the resources you need to ensure your trip of a lifetime runs smoothly
Spectacular mountains, remote villages and challenging peaks – these high altitude adventures around the world will, quite literally, take your breath away.
In a world where families are retreating into individual tech bubbles, Mel Gow reveals how travel could be the best – and maybe only – way to bring families together
Long-term sailors Liz Cleere and Jamie Furlong reveal the hidden island gems they discovered sailing around Thailand
Tall, beautiful and home to infinity pools and glass walkways, these amazing towers reward visitors with more than just spectacular views. How many have you conquered?
With news that a traveller mistakenly booked a flight to Sydney, Canada instead of Australia, here’s our top 5 interchangeable locations
Compact, incredibly diverse and home to award-winning trails, Luxembourg is the perfect hiking destination. The food and wine is worth seeking out too