When you only need to carry the barest of travel essentials or pack a few items for a short walk, you can’t beat a daypack for squeezing everything into 30 litres or less. Here are our pick of the best
If you want a breathable and wind-resistant layer to wear over your T-shirt (or base layer) when you’re confident it won’t rain, then consider a softshell for your outdoor adventures…
When it comes to travel photography, most people opt for either a DSLR camera or their mobile phone. However, there are plenty of other options to get unique shots…
From strolling up mountain peaks to shimmying into village pubs, a good pair of trousers will take your from tours to trails in supreme comfort. Here are 8 of the best, including our Best in Test, and Best Value pair
Happy New Gear! The results of Wanderlust's 2018 Gear of the Year awards are now in: here's the definitive list of the best kit that every traveller needs to take on their next adventure…
Travel writers often get free travel, meals and flights, but that doesn't mean they always have to write glowing reviews. Nick Boulos outlines the need for honesty and putting readers first.
Fancy a change from the usual tent set-up? Want something a little more quirky as a ‘just in case’ option? Check out these shelters for your next kip, from tarps to hammocks
From the Taj Mahal to Sri Lanka's stilt fisherman, these are the stunning new takes that made the shortlist of our Travel Icon category and the stories behind them
"Don't you know who I am?!" This is what happens when the 'glamour' of travel writing goes to your head...
This week's travel health news, including rabies, measles and more
Winner of Best Travel TV Show in the Reader Travel Awards 2014, Simon Reeve talks to Wanderlust about buying fake Somali passports, getting malaria and eating penis soup
Melanie Gow looks back with pride at how travel has made her son the man he is today
A tour guide can make or break a holiday – but they're even more important to travel writers. Here's why...
If you want to inspire a love of travel in your children, ditch the museums and let them experience the world, says Melanie Gow
Author Diccon Bewes on Thomas Cook's first paying customer. And how she changed travel – and Switzerland – forever
Ahead of his filmmaking seminar at London's Adventure Travel Show 2015, we quiz Leon McCarron about his new film, what makes a great story on screen, and his tips for aspiring filmmakers...
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
In 2016, we’ve been told incredible travel stories by the likes of Bryan Cranston, KT Tunstall, Joanna Lumley, Moby, Levison Wood, Art Malik, Billy Bragg and more. Here’s are some of their most colourful stories, from Patagonia to India and Japan
This week's travel health news, including dengue fever, rabies, how to stay safe in Thailand's flooded areas and more
Travel writing might be a dream job for many people, but the industry is in flux. Is Nick Boulos a dying breed?
This week's travel health news, including random attacks in Kenya, earthquake advice in Turkey, a rabies outbreak in Bolivia and more
Following a close call with cancer, Sandra Reekie discovered the joys and freedom of solo travel. Here's her story, along with specialist solo trips and our advice for how to make the most of travel-for-one
This week's travel health news, including dengue fever, yellow fever and how to stay safe when you're travelling
This week's travel health news including advice for travellers affected by the widespread flooding in South East Asia
This week's travel health news from Nomad includes: encephalitis in India, measles outbreak in New Zealand, hand and foot disease in Malaysia and more
To celebrate the 100-year anniversary of the longest train journey in the world, Phoebe Smith undertakes the classic Trans-Mongolian railroad, but with a twist: switching direction to travel east to west…
Weekly round-up of the world's travel health news from Nomad including malaria in Colombia, chikungunya in India, dengue fever in Brazil and more
Weekly round-up of the world's travel health news from Nomad including E-coli in Europe, Ebola in Uganda, Rabies in India and Bubonic Plague in the US
Jarryd Salem, one half of travel-blogging couple NOMADasaurus, outlines the ways travelling together can make a couple stronger and happier
Stanford University's former Dean of Freshmen says there eight things a child must be able to do by the time they are 18. Melanie Gow reveals how travel helped her children achieve them.
Where will we be travelling in 10 years time? Svalbard, Syria or Space? What will be doing? How will tech, drones and VR change travel? We asked 5 top industry experts for their predictions
10 of the world’s top travel bloggers, including The Planet D, Runaway Juno and Wanderlusters, highlight the amazing destinations that don't get the attention they deserve and why you should visit them
This year, how you travel will be just as important as where. We’ve rounded up all you need to know about the best ways to travel in 2016...
Winners of Stanfords' Travel Writing Awards 2016 have been announced. Stanfords' Jude Brosnan gives the lowdown on the 7 best books of the year, including Wanderlust's choice for Adventure Travel Book of the Year
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
Terrorism is the Number One concern for many travellers. But are people too afraid? Terrorism and security expert Lloyd Figgins separates facts from fears, and tells you what you need to know to stay safe
Get paid to travel around the world and write about your experiences? Sounds brilliant. Here’s our complete guide to making it happen.
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...
As Mel Gow's sons start to make their way in the world, she ponders upon how travel has impacted on the direction of their lives
That all-important second commission can make or break a travel writer's career. Our seasoned expert shares his advice for a stellar pitch