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Photo Gallery: 15 incredible photos of Hoi An that put the ‘mellow in the yellow’

Photographer Réhahn has travelled the world but now calls Hoi An, in central Vietnam, ‘home’. These 15 vibrant, evocative photos celebrate light and colour across Vietnam’s Yellow City

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Blondes have more fun: exploring Alderney, from World War II history to puffins and hedgehogs

With incredible wildlife, epic history and delicious food, Alderney isn't even the largest of the Channel Islands, but it's starting to make a big splash with visitors...

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Get shot of cliches: photographing travel icons

It's all about perspective, says Steve Davey. Abandon the stereotypes and think past the predictable angles and compositions

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Photographing travel icons

How do you make something special out of the over-familiar? Steve Davey helps you capture the world’s icons on camera

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How to make your travel photos unique

Paul Harris, pro photographer and judge of Wanderlust Travel Photo of the Year, shares his secrets for capturing one-of-a-kind snaps

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The Wanderlust guide to the best of the Northern Lights

Everything you need to know about the spectacle of nature that tops most travellers’ wishlists

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The Wanderlust guide to the best of Namibia

Huge and wonderfully empty, Namibia took out Top Destination in the latest Wanderlust Travel Awards. Here’s everything you need to know about this winning destination.

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The Wanderlust Guide to the best of Iceland

Everything you need to know about the world's coolest destination

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The Wanderlust guide to the best of Brazil

Steaming jungle, beautiful beaches, the wet wonderland of the Pantanal and booty-shaking beats of Carnaval. Here’s your guide to Brazil's big, bold blend of attractions

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The Wanderlust guide to the best of New York City

Looking for a new perspective on New York? Our tips will take you to the core of the Big Apple

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The world's best 500 festivals

Steve Davey, author of Around the World in 500 Festivals, on the little-known festivals you must see

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Top 15 tips for taking Great Migration photos

The Great Migration is a must for any wannabe wildlife photographer, follow these golden rules for snapping the Serengeti’s superstars

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Tips on snapping a family trip

Will Gray explains how to banish the static images in front of landmarks and make your family photos as much fun as the trip itself.

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The world’s 5 most dangerous places to take selfies

With news that last year more people were killed taking selfies than by shark attacks, we look at the most deadly places to pull out your selfie stick

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25 breathtaking photos of Western Australia

The winners of Wanderlust's Photo of the Year 2015 competition won a photography trip to Western Australia. From wildlife to epic landscapes, their photos from Australia's largest state will take your breath away

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How to be a travel photographer

Steve McCurry on his working methods, Timothy Allen on breaking into the business, Art Wolfe on finding a ‘new spin’, plus 10 tips on taking better travel photos by Graeme Green

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Five ways to save on family trips

How do you travel more for less with the tribe in tow? William Gray gives you five sound-as-a-pound ways to save cash

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How to pack light with kids

William Gray reveals how to take everything you need and stay within airline weight limits

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Top tips for photographing wildlife

Snapping the world's wildlife is no mean feat. You have to make your own luck and be a quick-draw photographer, says Steve Davey

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How to shoot a winning portfolio

Competition judge and pro photographer Steve Davey explains the techniques behind last year's winning photo story

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10 simple photography rules that everyone should know

Zooms, panning shots, memory cards and more - everything you need to know about taking the perfect photograph

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10 favourite locations for taking photographs

Photograph of the Year judge, Steve Davey shares the best-kept secrets on where to capture the most thrilling photographs

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Get creative with your compact camera – top 5 tips

You don’t need an expensive SLR camera to take an impressive shot. The results from compacts can be just as good – see our top tips to improve your shots

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Top 10 photography gadgets

With photography, there always seems to be one more piece of essential equipment. Here we reveal the top 10 must-haves

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Keeping the snapped happy

Should we seek permission from everyone we photograph? Jennifer Cox ponders the portrait problem

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The tables have turned – locals take your photograph

Frustration at the vocal point – What happens when the locals want to take your photo?

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The digital revolution: photograph manipulation

Taking a top shot is all about natural creativity, but a few digital tweaks can be vital in turning an average image into a breathtaking one

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Snapping flappers – photographing birds

Birds come in a dizzying array of colours, shapes and sizes: perfect photography subjects

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Shooting photographs in the jungle

Entering the rainforest needs preparation: the equipment, clothes and medicine. A great shot inside takes good planning too

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Cold snaps: How to take great snow photographs

Snow looks pretty, but brings photographic challenges beyond just chilly fingers. Here we offer tips to help keep your winter shots whiter than white

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Photography tips: festivals

Obstructive crowds, fast-moving action, tonnes of flying tomatoes... taking pictures at a festival is tough. Here we show you how to capture the moment – and enjoy the party

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Photography tips – markets

Hawking traders, bustling aisles, weird and wonderful vegetables – there’s no better place for photography than a market. Here we help you capture the action

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Perfect portrait photographs

Taking a good portrait shot can be a travel photographer’s biggest challenge. But it’s not just about camera settings, it’s about making friends, too

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How to buy the right camera for you

It's simple: what you really need to know about buying a camera

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Underwater photography

There’s more to underwater photography than keeping your camera dry. Here we dive in to get the best shots in the big blue

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Mastering black and white photography

Not every image shot in black and white looks arty – you need a bit of know-how. Change you black and white images from grey to great

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Photography tips: exposure

Don’t know your P from your AUTO? Here we explain how to control exposure on your DSLR to improve your travel photos

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Night-time photography

As night falls, a whole new world comes to life – but with it come photographic challenges: how to take exciting photos after the sun’s gone down

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Photography tips: snapping sunsets

The setting sun is a tricky character to capture – professional photographer Steve Davey helps you make the most of the moment

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Travel photography: taking portraits

How do the professionals manage to get such evocative and engaging portraits? Steve Davey says it’s all about getting up close and personal

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Photography tips: Mastering mountains

Mountains don’t move much, but that doesn’t make their majesty easy 
to capture. Steve Davey helps you take better peak pictures

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Photography tips: Extend your lens selection

Want to shoot a crowd, capture a distant animal, change your perspective or snap the perfect portrait? Add to your lens collection, says Steve Davey

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Photography tips: Experiment with ISO settings

Want to shoot hand-held in low light, or create blur in brilliant daylight? Then get creative with your camera’s ISO settings, says Steve Davey

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Photography tips: ways with water

It moves, it reflects, it makes simply keeping your camera steady a bit of a challenge. Steve Davey helps you become captain of your camera with water

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Photography tips: shooting sand

Stick to a few vital rules, and you’ll 
soon be taking prime pictures of your desert adventures

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Photography tips: How to understand histograms

Histograms can be daunting at first glance. But they're not as confusing as they look – here's our simple tutorial to make them work for you

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Photography tips: on the water

Pictures taken from boats all too often end in repetitive seascapes and wonky horizons. Steve Davey stabilises your waterborne photography

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Photography tips: places of worship

Photographing places of worship is a sensitive business. Steve Davey helps you capture the atmosphere in style, without causing offence

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7 tips for great road trip photos

Want to capture the magic and majesty of a road trip? Follow this simple advice from a pro photographer...

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Photography tips: shooting open spaces

From salt-flats to scorching deserts – empty landscapes can be utterly atmospheric. How do you capture all that nothing on camera? Steve Davey is here to help

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Photography tips: view life in vertical

Cameras are designed to be held horizontally, but some subjects are just better captured from a different angle. It's time to turn your camera on its side!

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Photography tips: zoom in on detail

It’s great to see the big picture – but zooming in can create a more effective sense of place. Steve Davey gets you ready for your close ups

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Photography tips: taking action shots

Bungy-jumping, mountain-biking, river-rafting – all great fun, but how can you capture the moment? Steve Davey offers his top tips

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Making movie magic: filming your travels

Steve Davey lets you in on his top seven tips for filming better movies – with your DSLR

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Top 10 photography tips... from the professionals

With just over a month to go before Wanderlust's Travel Photo of the Year competition ends, wildlife photographers Jonathan and Angela Scott reveal their top tips for snapping animals

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Photography tips: night-time shoots

Don’t leave the camera behind on your evenings out! Steve Davey helps you capture those cultural shows, campfire drinks and bar crawls that make travelling so much fun...

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Photography tips: How to capture the magic of autumn

With its vibrant colours and atmospheric sunlight, autumn is a splendid season for photography – here's how to ensure your photos do it justice

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Photography tips: snapping the Northern Lights

Turn photons into pixels with William Gray’s enlightening guide to snapping the aurora borealis

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How to recover lost photos

Corrupt memory card? Accidentally deleted a photo? You'll be surprised how easy it is to recover your precious images

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Photocrafty: projects to improve your shots

Sue Venables, author of quirky guide, Photocrafty, shares three projects which reveal how to take great outdoor photos, perfect for travellers who want inspiring photos

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Photography tips: respecting locals

It can be fascinating watching local people going about their daily toil – but while the resulting photos can be great, you need to shoot with respect, says Steve Davey

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How to take amazing wildlife photos

Christopher Marsham won the wildlife category in Wanderlust's 2012 Travel Photo of the Year competition. So, for this year's contest, what's the secret of capturing a winning wildlife snap?

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Photography tips: How to take snappier shots

Don’t have, want or need the expensive camera kit? Steve Davey shows how to get amazing images out of your point-and-shoot without worrying about not having the pro-gear

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Photography tips: images with an iPhone

Compact, discreet and packed with editing opportunities – is the Apple iPhone the ultimate travel camera? Richard Gray explains how he was converted

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Photography tips: how to frame your photos

Use the compositional device of framing to give your photos extra punch, no expensive kit required, advises Steve Davey

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Photography tips: capturing colour on camera

Be bright, be bold, and contrast, contrast, contrast! Steve Davey sums up the key rules of capturing colour with your camera

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13 safety tips for female travellers

Recent events in India have highlighted the potential risks for woman travellers. Lyn Hughes gives her top tips for staying safe

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Photography tips: alternative angles

They draw the eye, link subjects and add drama – shooting diagonals can properly pep up your photography, reckons Steve Davey

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Photography tips: breaking the rules

To take the best pictures, many of us abide by accepted ‘laws of photography’. But sometimes, reckons Steve Davey, flouting these rules produces far better photos

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Photography tips: take positive pics

Forget moody portraits and brooding landscapes – celebrate the world’s wonders! Steve Davey helps you add some positivity to your photography

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Photography tips: Mediocre to magical

When it comes to taking the perfect picture a bit of cropping and colour converting might just be necessary. But remember, it’s not always cheating says Steve Davey

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Photography tips: composition

It's difficult to create an image that catches the attention of the viewer and arouses their curiosity. Here's how to do it, advises Tom Ang

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The idiot's guide to landscape photography

Landscape photography can offer some very challenging yet rewarding opportunities to be creative with your work... Here's how to get the very best from your shots

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What makes a winning travel photo...

With the 2013 Wanderlust Travel Photograph of the Year Competition still open for entries, judge Steve Davey offers his insider tips on the Travel Icon category, and what makes a winning photo

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Take photos of people with depth and meaning

Nigerian photographer Andrew Esiebo is renowned for capturing the essence of the places and people he photographs. He explains how you can too

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Photographing an icon: Petra

Jordan's rose-red city adorns a million postcards, so how do you capture a fresh perspective? Pro travel photographer and Travel Photo of the Year judge Paul Harris works the angles

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How to shoot a winning portfolio

Are you planning to submit a Portfolio entry to this year's Wanderlust Travel Photo of the Year competition? Last year's winner, Ben McRae, offers his tips on how to stand out

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Tips to improve your wildlife photos

Wildlife watching on your travels? You don't need a fancy camera to get great shots – capture some great photos with these simple tips

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How to shoot a winning image

As the closing date of the 2013 Wanderlust Travel Photo of the Year competition looms, judge Steve Davey advises learning from previous winners before sending in your entries

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Get creative with your compact camera

The latest compacts are as well specified as many DSLR cameras, and can produce equally impressive results. Keith Wilson passes on four ways to extend your compact’s creative abilities

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Photo of the Year 2012 winners' Papua New Guinea expedition

Three stars of Wanderlust Photo of the Year 2012 share their secrets and reveal what they got up to on an expedition to meet the tribes of Papua New Guinea

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Take Better Travel Photos: Water Festivals

During April, South East Asia is awash with water festivals. Steve Davey tells you how to capture the moment – and protect your camera at the same time

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Take Better Travel Photos – Extreme Contrast

Want to take a photo like this? Paul Harris helps you capture the magic of the travel moment – even when there is extreme contrast in light

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How to photograph waterfalls

Want to capture a waterfalls on your travels? Wanderlust’s photo expert Steve Davey shares his professional tips

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How to take great photos with your smart phone

Want to take great photos on your phone? Award-winning photographer Richard Gray shares his tips for making the most of your mobile’s camera...

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Photography tips: How to shoot great portraits

Want to take a photo like this? Steve Davey shows you how to shoot an engaging portrait

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Want to be a travel photographer? Advice from our Twitter Q&A with Paul Harris

Did you tune in to our live twitter Q&A with photographer Paul Harris? Don't worry if you missed it – we have all his answers right here...

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Steve McCurry's 5 top tips for travel photography

What advice does legendary photographer Steve McCurry have to boost your travel photography skills? Read on for his expert tips...

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The Wanderlust guide to the best travel photography advice

Everything you need to know to ensure your photos capture the magic of your trip of a lifetime.

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Photography tips: How to take great macro shots

Focus on the little things – here's how to master macro photography

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6 things I wish I'd known about photographing wildlife in the Galápagos

A trip to the Galápagos Islands is a trip of a lifetime for many people. Wanderlust's Simon Chubb shares his top tips from a recent trip

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The Wanderlust guide to the best of festivals

From local gatherings to countrywide festivals, there's always a party going on somewhere in the world. Here's your guide to joining in.

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What to pack when you're... climbing Kilimanjaro

Planning on scaling Mt Kilimanjaro? This kit list is for you

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10 tips for creating a great travel photobook

Don't let your photos fester on a memory card! Here's how to turn them into a beautiful photobook – a great gift or memento that's cheaper than you think...

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The Wanderlust guide to careers in travel

It's a new year and you're looking for a new start. How about a job that pays you to travel? Here’s our guide to getting a satisfying and fulfilling career in travel

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Photography tips: how to freeze the moment

With a few simple tricks, you can stop time – here's how to make your action shots sharp and compelling

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Photography tips: How to take great black and white shots

Sjoerd Spendel and Lennart de Jong took one black and white photograph every day for three years. Here they give their tips

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How to win Wanderlust's Travel Photo of the Year competition

Are you thinking of entering our annual travel photography competition? Give your entry a head start with this advice from one of the judges...

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Photography tips: How to capture everyday life

Taken aback by an intoxicating street scene, but disappointed when your photos don't capture the magic? Photographer Victoria Alexander reveals her tips for great street shots

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The Wanderlust guide to the best of solo travel

Sure, the prospect of setting off solo can seem daunting, but it will also open up a world of opportunities and self discovery. What are you waiting for?

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The Wanderlust guide to the best of learning trips

Don’t just come back with a memory, come back with a skill! Your guide to learning while you travel

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How to take photos of religious events – without offending anybody

Christopher Roche won the Portfolio category of Wanderlust's Travel Photo of the Year competition for his shots of religious events. Here he shares his tips for capturing the magic...

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Richard Peters' 5 tips for taking great wildlife photographs

British photographer Richard Peters has won awards for his wildlife photography, including GDT European Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2015. Here, he gives 5 great practical tips for getting great wildlife photos.

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Art Wolfe’s 5 tips for taking great photos of people and local cultures

Master photographer Art Wolfe has photographed different cultures around the world, from Tibet to Tanzania. Here are his 5 practical tips for getting great photos of people

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The essential pre-travel checklist everyone should do before a holiday

In the excitement of booking a trip, all thoughts of your health often go out the window – Dr Jane Wilson-Howarth offers her handy pointers on how to prepare for any adventure

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Brian Lloyd Duckett's 5 top tips for taking great street photographs

Street photographer Brian Lloyd Duckett gives his 5 practical tips for shooting amazing street photos wherever you are

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How to make and edit a travel film on your iPhone

Making a travel film on your iPhone can be fast, fun and easy, even editing - if you know how. Wanderlust editor Phoebe Smith tells you what you need to know

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How to influence your child as a traveller

Mel Gow reveals how your travel habits and instincts determine the kind of traveller – and human – your child becomes

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5 practical tips for solo female travellers in India, including what to wear

Solo female travellers shouldn’t be put off travelling in a country as colourful and diverse as India, says writer Anna Phipps. Here are her 5 practical tips for travelling safely

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7 ways that travel can bring a couple closer together

Jarryd Salem, one half of travel-blogging couple NOMADasaurus, outlines the ways travelling together can make a couple stronger and happier

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Solo Travel - top tips and brilliant trip ideas for solo travellers

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

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11 quick and easy tips for taking great landscape photos, by Charlie Waite

British photographer Charlie Waite is a master of the landscape, from the lakes of Burma to the flower-filled fields of France. Here are his quick, simple tips for taking better landscape photos

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How to travel India by train – with kids...

Will Gray takes his children to around India by rail and discovers that they handle the culture shock better than adults.

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Dealing with unexpected dangers when travelling with kids

Taking kids to India means running the gamut of travel health issues - but how do you deal for the things you can't anticipate? Will Gray explains.

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Only photographers should be allowed to travel

Some say keen photographers are a major pain in the ass for travellers. What drivel!

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How to photograph sunsets

Last week, Alastair found himself at a popular beach-side and was struck by what boring photos people were taking of the beautiful setting sun

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10 tips for better travel photos

Want to improve your travel photos - but have no idea where to start? You need this no-nonsense, jargon-free guide...

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Tips on travelling cheaply

People who dream of winning the lottery often say that they would go travelling if they won. But you don’t need to win the lottery. You just need to go

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The wild zebras of Bangkok

Wander Woman Marie Javins discovers that in Bangkok, Chinese visas are more elusive than zebras

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How you can take better photographs

After joining a one-day Take Better Travel Photos workshop, Emily Edwards discovered it's super-easy to take better shots on her future trips

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The 5 keys to making a great Indie travel film

Adventure cyclist and filmmaker, Tom Allen, on how to make a travel film people will be lining up to see

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Could you help at the Ubud Writer's Festival?

Wander Woman, Marie Javins, on the pros and cons of volunteering at the annual writer's festival in Ubud, Bali

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How to survive floods in Bangkok

Wander Woman, Marie Javins, stops in Bangkok enroute to Western Australia and finds the city underwater. How does she cope?

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How to find low-cost luxury in Tahiti

Wander Woman, Marie Javins, discovers how to get all the frills without the bills in Papeete, Tahiti

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5 tips for designing a better photo book

Verity Webber from Bob Books reveals the secrets to making a photo book that will truly showcase your images

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The ugly truth about backpacking

Our Blogger of the Week, Emma Spires, reveals the dark side of grabbing a bag and hitting the road. Do you agree with her?

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9 reasons why solo travel is great

Our featured blogger, Finola, reveals why she loves travelling on her own. And why you will too

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Do travellers take photography for granted?

David Abram rediscovers a subject of one of his favourite photos – and gains an understanding of the power of photography

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How to get a great shot from nothing

Six tips from photographer Martin Hartley on getting a fantastic image when the Gods are conspiring against you

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The Wanderlust Guide to the best of African Safaris

How to choose the perfect African safari for you

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The Wanderlust guide to the best of Marrakech

Accessible and exotic, Marrakech has it all: boutique riads, labyrinthine bazaars and some of North Africa's tastiest food. Here's your guide to jumping on board the Marrakech Express

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The Ultimate Guide to Uluru

Our featured blogger, David Hoffman, reveals how get the most out of Australia's most iconic sight.

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8 amazing travel videos made using drones

Awe-inspiring clips that take travel videos to new heights – literally!

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The Wanderlust guide to the best of Costa Rica

Home of the sloth but not for the slothful, Costa Rica is paradise for nature lovers and adrenaline junkies alike. Here’s everything you need to know...

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The Wanderlust guide to the best of Japan

Japan is a country of contrasts, from high-tech cities to ancient wooden shrines, with cherry blossoms sprinkled on top like confetti. There's nowhere else quite like it. Go now!

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The Wanderlust Guide to the Best of India

From the foothills of the Himalaya to the verdant south, India is a kaleidoscopic assault on all of your senses. Here’s where to start

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Kyoto's Top 5 photo locations

Lisa Michele Burns from The Wandering Lens shares her tips on the best places – and best practices – to get great photos in Kyoto

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Your favourite destinations of 2014

These are the exotic locales that top your travel wishlist – and our advice on what to do when you get there

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The Wanderlust guide to the best of the Australian Outback

Wild, vast and red, the Australian Outback offers desert, big rocks, Aboriginal encounters and tasty bush tucker. What are you waiting for?

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The Wanderlust Guide to the best of London

Our guide to the best food, walks and hidden corners of one of the world's great cities. With tips on how to make your visit more affordable, too!

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The Wanderlust guide to the best wildlife encounters

There's a whole world of wildlife out there. But where to start? Here's our guide to nature's superstars, and where to spot them in their natural habitat

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Why every child should ride the rails in India

Melanie Gow discovers that the lessons learned by travelling by rail in India are even more intense – and fundamental – for children.

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Which is best: resort or rented villa?

Travel author Brian Thacker took his young family to Bali, dividing time between a resort villa and one rented privately. Which one came out on top?

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What America taught my children

Melanie Gow reflects on an epic journey across the USA with her young boys, and the lasting effect it had on how they view the world

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5 bad excuses for not travelling with kids

Melanie Gow rubbishes the five most common excuses people use for not taking the family travelling

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5 things I wish I’d known about flying long haul with kids

Primary teacher Lesley-ann Rosenberg shares the things she learned flying from Brisbane to London with her 11-year-old son.

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How ancient wisdom can inspire your family to travel

Our family travel expert reveals the ancient beliefs that can inspire and improve your family travels...

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Long term family travel: Is it worth it?

Six months after selling up and hitting the road with her family, Teresa Kennedy reports on the high and lows of full-time travelling

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14 tips for surviving road trips with toddlers

If you’re considering a long-distance road trip with a toddler, here are 14 tips and tricks that will make your journey easier...

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How to take better photos from a train

Want to capture the thrill of the rails? Our train travel expert reveals 7 tips to make your photographs great

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How travel makes your children better world citizens

Melanie Gow reveals how travel can teach your children tolerance, compassion and empathy and, in the process, make the world a better place

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What kids really get out of travelling

After a long family trip from London to Istanbul, New Nomad's Teresa reflects on what her children have gained most from the journey

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The importance of giving your children space to travel

If you want to inspire a love of travel in your children, ditch the museums and let them experience the world, says Melanie Gow

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What to do if your child doesn't share your passion for travel

You love travel, but that doesn't necessarily mean your kids will. Peter Moore reveals the tricks he uses to nurture wanderlust in his daughter

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5 things you absolutely must do in Bali

Jacob Laukaitis reveals the hidden corners of Bali that most tourists don't get to see

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2015's best family travel advice

Travelling adventurously with kids isn't easy but throughout 2015 our family travel experts revealed how to make it rewarding for all the family

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7 movies that will make your teens want to travel

A list of big-screen classics guaranteed to stir wanderlust in impressionable young minds. (Even though you may not want your kids to watch them...)

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Visiting Rio for the Olympics? Here's what you need to know

Local resident Professor Norman Ratcliffe offers practical tips on staying safe and healthy during the Rio Olympics. And how to make your Reais go further.

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How to kickstart a family adventure

After the birth of his first child, Mauro Cagol and his wife, Edwina, set up a direct debit for a travel fund. Now they are travelling the world with their family

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How to tackle Borneo with the kids

The Cagol family head deep into Kalimantan in search of orang-utans. How will the kids adapt to life in the Indonesian rainforest?

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The greatest gift travel gives to your family

Sure your children will experience new sights and sounds when you travel as a family. But they'll cherish the extra time they get to spend with you most

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Family travel and the art of compromise

Before starting a family, author Peter Moore travelled to the far corners of the globe. Now he has to master the art of compromise. How will he fare?

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How a $2 bill can unlock America’s generous heart

When Melanie Gow gave her boys a fistful of $2 bills to spend on trip across America, she didn’t realise how it would completely transform their journey.

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Your guide to family travel with Pokémon Go

Pokémon Go has taken the world by storm. Here's how it can help you get more from your next family holiday

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Top tips for sailing with tweens

For families planning a long-term sailing trip, the pre-teen years are probably the best. But as Aimee Nance, discovered, tweens come with their own set of challenges

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Teaching children about life and death at Mana Pools

As their African adventure reaches Zimbabwe, the Cagol children have become braver and more independent. But danger is never far away, lurking in the bush...

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Road tripping in Spain with teenagers

Mel Gow maps out a Spanish road trip that's guaranteed to keep the whole family happy and engaged

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What kids really remember about their travels - and it's not the history and culture

Parents hope it’s the history and the culture, but Peter Moore discovers that it’s the crazy stuff that sticks

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Taking the family to watch moonbows over Victoria Falls

The Cagols decided to travel around the world to introduce their kids to truly wondrous experiences. Will a moonbow over Victoria Falls be one of them?

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What Malawian orphans taught my children on our travels

The Cagols continue their family adventure across Africa, camping in an orphanage in the heart of Malawi

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What children really think about adventure travel in Africa

The Cagols have just spent a year travelling the world. 11-year-old Madeline shares her diary entries from their last week in Africa, revealing what she really thought about her family’s big adventure.

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What to pack on a long-term family adventure

The Cagols have just returned from a 12-month trip through Africa with their young family. They reveal the items you absolutely must pack - and the things you can leave at home

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Sebastião Salgado on man's surprising relationship with nature

Photographer Sebastião Salgado talks about his eight-year Genesis project that explores humanity’s relationship with nature – and the surprises it unearthed

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Chasing Ice: Documenting the world's melting glaciers

James Balog's documentary, Chasing Ice, took him to some of the world's most endangered glaciers. We ask 'Is it too late to save them?'

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Meet the winners of Travel Photo of the Year 2012

We meet the winners and runners-up from Wanderlust's 2012 competition and quiz them on their prize trip to Papua New Guinea

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Snow Monkey, Japan: Story behind the photo

In the latest Wanderlust magazine we feature an incredible photograph of a snow monkey in Jigokudani Valley, Japan. Here's the story behind the shot

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Lion on the run: Story behind the photo

Angela Osborne, winner of the Travel Photo of the Year 2013 Wildlife category, tells the story of her incredible winning image

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Careful, brother...: Story behind the photo

Sandipan Mukherjee, the winner of the Wanderlust Travel Photo of the Year 2013 People category, tells the story of his incredible winning image

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New York City subway: Story behind the photo

Renny Whitehead, winner of the Travel Photo of the Year 2013 portfolio category, tells the story of the photographs he captured in the New York City subway

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The Great Grey Owl: Story behind the photo

Neville Turton, runner-up in the Wanderlust Travel Photo of the Year 2013 Wildlife category, tells the story of his breathtaking photograph

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Catch me if you can: Story behind the photo

Stefano Zocca, winner of the Wanderlust Travel Photo of the Year 2013 Visitors' Vote, tells the story of his crowd-pleasing image

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Story behind the photo: Starry Night at Sennen Cove

Matthew Longworth, runner up in the Wanderlust Travel Photo of the Year 2013 Landscape Category, tells the story of his beautiful image

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Making a travel film in Iran: Leon McCarron interview

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...

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Michael Kenna: “I am not in control.”

Renowned black and white landscape photographer Michael Kenna on singing Beatles songs in Japan, exploring France, photographing the unseen, and his time in the priesthood

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Art Wolfe: “It’s the greatest spectacle on the planet.”

One of the world's great photographers, Art Wolfe talks about animal attacks, photographing disappearing worlds, finding new angles, and the planet’s greatest spectacle

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Elizabeth White: “It’s a place that’s both heaven and hell.”

10 years on, Planet Earth is back. We talk to producer Elizabeth White about sloths, penguins, the epic journey to remote Zavodovski island and what it takes to be a wildlife film-maker…

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Brad Bestelink: “Your heart is in your throat most of the time.”

Wildlife cameraman and cinematographer Brad Bestelink on working with savage predators, Game of Thrones, and swimming with crocodiles

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Photography Adventures in Western Australia

The winners of Wanderlust’s Photo of the Year competition 2015 won an amazing photo assignment to Western Australia. We caught up with them to find out what it’s like to photograph Western Australia’s cities, wildlife and epic landscapes

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Martin Parr: “I don’t look for controversy.”

British photographer Martin Parr on British seasides, Saddam Hussein watches, zip-lining with Mormons and being on the receiving end of criticism

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The World According to Matt Maran

Wildlife photographer Matta Maran explains why he has a thing about bears

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Ulvetanna, Antarctica: Story behind the photo

Wanderlust editor Phoebe Smith talks to Alastair Lee about his photos of climbing the summit of Ulvetanna in Antarctica, which featured in the Dec 2013/Jan 2014 issue of Wanderlust

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Tornado Cloud: Story behind the photo

Andy Barnes, the winner of the Travel Photo of the Year 2013 Landscape category, tells the story of his incredible winning image

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Story behind the photo: Up close and personal, Zambia

Graham Love, a finalist in the Wanderlust Travel Photo of the Year 2013 Wildlife category, tells the story of his highly commended image

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Wildlife photographer Richard Peters: “It’s hair-raising to have a lion stare at you in the eyes.”

Award-winning wildlife photographer Richard Peters on light and shadows, looking a lion in the eye, and new international photography project Remembering Elephants

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Where do the world’s bestselling crime writers go on holiday?

We asked top crime writers, including Patricia Cornwell and Val McDermid, where they travel to to escape the darkness. These are the places they love to hike, dive, climb or learn about medieval torture…

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On photo safari in Kenya

Expert advice from an award-winning photographer and guide - now there's no excuse for not coming back with the perfect shot

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Finnish Lapland: photographing the northern lights

How do you capture the magic of the aurora borealis on camera? Amateur snapper Nick Boulos learned from the pros on a sub-zero photo safari in Finland

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Capturing Cuba on camera

Old cars, colonial mansions, local characters: Trinidad is a street photographer’s dream – and the place for a lesson with a local pro

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Pont Alexandre III: Story behind the photo

Ulrich Lambert, winner of the Wanderlust Travel Photo of the Year 2013 Icon category, tells the story of his beautiful winning photograph

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Gordon Buchanan: “It's nature at its most extreme.”

Filmmaker and TV presenter Gordon Buchanan has been walking with elephants for his new series and exploring snow animals for another. We caught up with him to find out about getting close to elephants, the coldest place he’s ever been and why Rudolph the Reindeer needs a new song

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10 essential books to read this summer

From humorous solo traveller tales to a novel set in a Parisian apartment block, Jude Brosnan from Stanford Books reviews 10 life-affirming books you should read this summer

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How to get into birdwatching on your travels

Keen to get into birdwatching when you're travelling, but not sure how? Sometimes a lack of know-how or equipment stops us getting started. These handy tips show it’s easier than you think...

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Gear Review: Swarovski Optik PA-i5 iPhone binocular adapter

On a recent trip to the Galapagos Islands, Wanderlust’s Simon Chubb, tried out this nifty gadget aimed at bringing wildlife photography to the masses

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Gear Reviews: First Aid Kits tried and tested

Vital if you need it, extra bulk if you don't, but always necessary when you travel. Get the lowdown on the humble First Aid Kit and the basic essentials it should contain...

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39 perils that every adventurous person must face

From desperate loo hunts to language barrier woes, how many of these pesky travel perils have you tackled? (Let's face it, they're what great travel stories are made of...)

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10 tips for better travel photographs

Top ten travel photography tips from adventurer and avid traveller Alastair Humphreys

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10 of the best DSLRs for travellers

Want to capture professional quality images? Need some serious kit for the road? Want to zoom and macro at will? Then a DSLR camera is what you’re looking for…

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10 of the best compact cameras for travellers

Great things, little packages… Here’s a selection of the perfect pocket-sized cameras to take no-fuss photos while you’re on your travels

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Create your own photobook

Turn your travel shots into coffee-table treasures by making a photobook – we review the top nine options

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25 tips for better travel photos

Our panel of experts explain how to make next year’s travel photos your best ever, using only what you’ve already got: a camera and your imagination

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10 photography rules for the road

Pack light, look after your kit and keep smiling – here’s our 10-point plan to follow if you’re serious about taking better photos

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13 photography tips to try at home

Don’t wait until you’re on your travels to improve your photography. Start right now in your own backyard...

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5 tips for taking better adventure photos

Ben Saunders on how to put the sense of adventure into your travel pictures (includes instructional video)

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10 things to do for free in the Isle of Man

The Isle of Man is underrated, says Graihagh Jackson. Home to tremendous scenery, wildlife and heritage – here she shares the island’s best budget attractions

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5 essential photography tips for landscape images

One of Britain's most acclaimed landscape photographers David Noton reveals five top tips of taking unforgettable landscape shots

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5 essential photography tips for wildlife images

World-renowned naturalist, TV presenter and photographer Mark Carwardine explains five simple rules to take great wildlife shots

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5 essential photography tips for city shots

Publisher and photographer Sophie Goldsworthy explains what you should focus on next time you're photographing a city

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5 essential photography tips for portraits

Award-winning travel photographer and Wanderlust contributor Alex Robinson shares five tips for taking better shots of people

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5 essential tips for better travel photos

Travel photographer and author of the bestselling BBC book 'Unforgettable Things To Do Before You Die' Steve Watkins reveals how to improve your photographs on your next trip

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5 ever-so-simple photography rules

Photographer Max Milligan has travelled the length and breadth of his homeland Scotland for his new book. He takes a break to give you five top tips to improve your snaps

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5 tips for adventure travel photographers

Winner of last year's People category in the Wanderlust Travel Photo of the Year competition, Johnny Lawlor, offers his tips on how to take adventurous shots

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Top 9 photography trips

Whether you want to hone your skills or just get to grips with your new camera, we pick the trips to make sure you bring back envy-inducing snaps

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7 things to do for free in Salzburg

Don't be fooled by Salzburg's regal architecture, says Holly Gurr, there are plenty of things to do for free in this glorious Austrian city

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12 travel classics vs budget options

Want to travel more but pay less? Here’s how to enjoy the world's 12 ultimate travel experiences for less – and the low cost alternatives...

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8 amazing lavender fields around the world

Want to see stunning fields of purple but put off by the crowds in Provence? Consider these more tranquil – but equally beautiful – options...

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9 of the best photography trips

Want to improve your travel photography skills? Gain expert tuition on one of these learning trips and assignments

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5 things I wish I’d known before climbing Mt Kilimanjaro

Thinking of tackling the highest free-standing mountain in the world? Heed these words of advice from Abhimanyu Bose, who summited on the Machame route...

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7 solo travel dilemmas and how to solve them

Solo travel has plenty of advantages, but there will naturally be a few hurdles to overcome – some more predictable than others. Here's some advice for solving its pesky predicaments

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9 of the best things to do in Cuba

Find the perfect beach, listen to the best music and fall into the rhythm of this beguiling country – both on the dancefloor and in its somnolent countryside

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8 things you must do in Italy

Think you’ve done Italy? Here’s a list of activities guaranteed to show you another side of this most beloved of European destinations.

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10 of the best trips with an expert

From photography to painting, stargazing to wildlife, having an expert guide can take travel experiences to the next level. Here are some of the best new expert-led trips...

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Gallery: 10 incredible elephant photos from international wildlife photographers

International wildlife photographers from the Remembering Elephants project, including Marina Cano, Brendon Jennings and Paul Goldstein, showcase their pictures of the mighty and endangered animals

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Photo Gallery: Out-of-this-world astronomy photography from Earth and space

Captivating photos of Northern Lights, star wheels, sparkling galaxies, the 'man on the moon' and more, from the Insight Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2016 competition winners

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Photo Gallery: Michael Kenna's magical black and white photos from around the world

Black and white master photographer Michael Kenna's magical landscape pictures from Japan, France and the United States

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Gallery: 11 stunning wildlife photos from Art Wolfe's travels around the world

From turtles to zebras, bats to penguins, animals often look at their most remarkable when on the move. Take a look at 11 of Art Wolfe's beautiful wildlife shots from his book Migrations

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Wildlife Photographer of the Year: The winners

The much awaited results from the Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition were announced yesterday - we take a look at some of the images

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14 of the best and most mysterious photos from Fotofever Paris

From the strange to the sublime... Check out our gallery of 14 of the most colourful, intriguing and artful photos from this year's Fotofever Paris photography fair

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14 of the best and most mysterious photos from Fotofever Paris

From the strange to the sublime... Check out our gallery of 14 of the most colourful, intriguing and artful photos from this year's Fotofever Paris photography fair

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Dramatic drone footage of 5 British beauty spots – and how you can visit them

These stunning videos of some of Britain’s favourite destinations are guaranteed to make you want to visit (or re-visit them). We tell you how

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21 phenomenal images from the Angkor Photo Festival

From astronauts to cute pandas, and from the powerful and hard-hitting to the playful, here are 21 incredible photos from this year's Angkor Photo Festival in Cambodia

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5 tips for solo female travel in Morocco, including what to wear

Morocco is a wonderful country to explore, but it can sometimes be daunting for the uninitiated, especially if you’re a woman travelling alone. Follow these savvy tips to stay safe but still adventurous

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Photo Gallery: 16 sensational shark photos by Nat Geo's Brian Skerry

From hammerheads and whitetips to makos and great whites, sharks are often misunderstood. The best way to learn about them is to get up close - very close - like underwater photographer Brian Skerry...

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Gallery: 10 phenomenal eye-in-the-sky photos of the planet taken with drones

Drones have opened up a whole new world of stunning landscape photography. Check out these unique shots of South Africa, China, Iceland and more, captured by international drone photographers

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5 of the UK’s mind-blowing remote beaches to explore

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….

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Photo Gallery: 16 incredible photos of Britain’s most scenic secret beaches

Chris Orange from the Remote Britain project spends his time photographing Britain’s remote spots. Here are 16 of his gorgeous images of little known beaches from UK shores, bound to inspire…

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5 best places to travel adventurously with toddlers

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...

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5 reasons your kids will love glamping

Glamping offers the excitement and adventure of camping with a dash of added comfort and charm. Here’s why your kids will say it's the best holiday your family has ever had

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12 of our favourite astonishing photos from 2016

From the cutest animals to astronomical marvels and the best of travel photography, we've seen some astonishingly beautiful photos in 2016. Here's a small selection of the very best

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Yes, there is a crazy person skiing down that mountain! Jaw-dropping photos of skiers and boarders in action

Photo Gallery: 16 astonishing, death-defying, action photos of the world's top extreme skiers and boarders, including Ryland Bell, Rob Kingwill and Jeremy Jones, that will blow your mind

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15 incredible moments from street photographer Brian Lloyd Duckett

Photo Gallery: Great street photography is about capturing a moment. Check out 15 of pro street photographer Brian Lloyd Duckett's finest moments, from Venice, London and Rome

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The biggest travel mistakes made by families and how to avoid them

Travelling with young children doesn't have to be an ordeal. Avoid these easy blunders and your family adventure will be more fun, more relaxed and more enriching

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How to kickstart a family adventure

After the birth of his first child, Mauro Cagol and his wife, Edwina, set up a direct debit for a travel fund. Now they are travelling the world with their family

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Gallery: 19 remarkable photos of wildlife and nature from Remote Britain

Photographer Chris Orange has travelled to Britain's most remote locations to photograph the landscapes, sunsets, weather and birdlife. Check out these incredible photos from Northumberland, Bardsey, Lundy and the Isle of Lewis...

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Gallery: Wanderlust Travel Photo of the Year – Landscape

From the USA to Iran, Scotland to China, these are the breathtaking photos that made the shortlist of our Landscape category and the amazing stories behind them

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Gallery: Wanderlust Travel Photo of the Year – People

From India to Peru, these are the incredible photos that made the shortlist of our People category and the fascinating stories behind them

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Gallery: Wanderlust Travel Photo of the Year – Wildlife

From lions and tigers to owls and penguins, these are the stunning photos that made the shortlist of our Wildlife category and the amazing stories behind them

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Gallery: Wanderlust Travel Photo of the Year – Portfolio

From Ethiopia to Antarctica, these are the exceptional collections of photos that made the shortlist of our Portfolio category and insights into the making of them

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12 of the world's weirdest landscapes

From gas craters that belch out fire to multi-coloured mountains and pink lakes, these weird and wonderful landscapes around the world make for an extraordinary Bucket List. How many have you seen?

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Photo Gallery: Wanderlust Travel Photo of the Year 2016/17 - The Winners

Here are the astounding images that bowled over our judges to win the Wanderlust Travel Photo of the Year 2016/17 competition

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Gallery: 11 exceptional photos of rhinos from the Remembering Rhinos project

Top wildlife photographers Brendon Jennings, Paul Goldstein, Hillary Hann and more have got together to highlight the plight of rhinos. Here are 11 of their incredible, artful photos...

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Gallery: 10 incredible photos of Mongolia's nomadic tribes

Photographer and scholar Hamid Sardar spent eight years journeying with nomadic tribes across Mongolia and documenting their lives. Here are 10 of his most captivating pictures

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Gallery: 10 stunning photographs of Havana, Cuba's colourful and changing capital

Havana brims with Caribbean colours, vibrant streets, crumbling buildings and music. Award-winning photographer Bernhard Hartmann's evocative shots capture the city, as it changes...

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Gallery: 12 mind-blowing adventure photos from the new OUTset film festival

From 'lake-boarding' to hair-raising climbs, these photos and stills from the inaugural UK-wide OUTset adventure sports film festival capture the pioneering spirit of California’s adventurers

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Photo Gallery (Exclusive): 17 exceptional photos of Britain’s most beautiful landscapes

From castles and coastlines to mountain magic, this exclusive set of breathtaking photos from 10 years of the Landscape Photographer of the Year competition showcases Britain in all its glory…

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Top 8 places in the world for landscape photography, by Charlie Waite

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

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Photo Gallery: 22 exceptional landscape photos by Charlie Waite

Leading landscape photographer Charlie Waite is famous for bringing a colourful 'painterly' style to pictures, from Scotland to Myanmar to Italy. Here are 22 of his most memorable landscape shots...

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Gallery: 16 extraordinary photos from the Grand prize winners of the 2017 Sony World Photography Awards

The Grand prize winners of the 2017 Sony World Photography Awards have just been announced. Check out these 16 amazing photos, from portraits to landscapes to wildlife

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12 adorable animal babies around the world – where to see them and the right time to go

From baby sloths to whale calves, watching infant creatures can be a magical wildlife experience. Here are 12 top spots to see newborns and infants, plus - importantly - the right time of year to go

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The world's Top 10 cities for street photography

Top street photographers Nicholas Goodden, Graciela Magnoni, Giuseppe Milo and Marcelo Argolo pick their favourite cities for capturing the people, action and atmosphere of the street, from Istanbul to Bangkok

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Gallery: 11 incredible winning photos from the Remembering Rhinos competition

The winning images from the Remembering Rhinos photography competition have just been announced. Check out these 11 stunning photos, from mud fights to sunset poses

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Top 5 things to do with kids in Havana

Havana is a city brimming with life lived large. From old-fashioned taxis to a national obsession with ice cream, the capital of Cuba is a great place to explore as a family...

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Photo Gallery: 20 exceptional nature and wildlife photos inspired by 30 Days Wild

The 30 Days Wild challenge encourages you to take experience nature each day this month. Here are 20 stunning images of wildlife across the UK, from velvet swimming crabs to peregrine falcons

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France's 7 coolest campsites

Set on islands, farms and amongst the trees, these idiosyncratic campsites are guaranteed to take you to the heart of France and its culture

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Photo Gallery: 20 extraordinarily beautiful photos from the world of LensCulture

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

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Photo Gallery: It's a small world - 12 mindblowing macro photographs

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

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In focus - 9 of the world's most incredible photographic trips

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

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The Wanderlust Guide to the Best of India

From the foothills of the Himalaya to the verdant south, India is a kaleidoscopic assault on all of your senses. Here’s where to start

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Mark Carwardine: “We haven’t learnt the lessons of the past”

As the zoologist and BBC presenter’s new book comes out, Phoebe Smith chats to Mark Carwardine about whales, good guides and the current state of wildlife conservation...

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travel photography Graeme Green Harris Lewis Scotland

With fantastic light, unique wildlife and epic landscapes, the Hebridean island of Harris and Lewis is a paradise for photographers. These 20 photos by Graeme Green capture it's wild and diverse beauty...

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Photo Gallery: 12 incredible photos from Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2017

Get up close to incredible animals and natural spectacles with these 12 shortlisted photos from the Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2017, from seahorses to Arctic foxes

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Photo Gallery: 10 intimate wildlife photos that capture the jungle spirit

From colour-shifting chameleons to dramatic deforestation, award-winning photojournalist Christian Ziegler captures stealthy characters and fresh aerial perspectives in these 10 incredible images...

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5 helpful tips for getting started in drone photography and video

Drones are more accessible, better value and easier to operate than ever before. Fergus Kennedy's expert tips will set you on the right flightpath, from avoid trouble to travelling with your drone…

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Photo Gallery: 18 incredible images of landscapes and wildlife, captured via drone

Drones can achieve incredible new perspectives. From whales, seals and humans to incredible cityscapes and natural wonders, these 18 pictures will help your imagination take flight…

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6 of the best wildlife lenses on the market for less than £2,500

The right lens can be the difference between capturing incredible wildlife photos and major disappointment. Here are 6 of the best wildlife lenses around, all costing £2,500 or less…

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Get paid to travel: become a travel photographer

Do you have what it takes to become a travel photographer? Our team of experts share their tips and advice...

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Get Paid To Travel: the 12 best jobs in travel – and how you can do them

From travel writing and photography to working with animals, getting paid to travel is many people’s dream job. Here, 12 experts in their fields tell you the highs, lows and what it takes to succeed...

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Africa’s top 5 hotspots for fantastic wildlife, by Frans Lanting

Frans Lanting is renowned as one of the world’s leading wildlife photographers. Here are his 5 picks for Africa's most fascinating wildlife hotspots with incredible photography possibilities...

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Top 5 islands to explore around the UK this autumn

Quieter than the busy summer months and filled with glorious colours, autumn is an excellent time to explore some of the UK’s most beautiful (and remote) islands, says Chris Orange

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