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...
Do you have what it takes to become a travel photographer? Our team of experts share their tips and advice...
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…
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
Ahead of World Animal Day (Oct 4), leading wildlife photographers, including Brian Skerry, Angela Scott and Peter Eastway, pick their favourite countries for photographing lions, gorillas and more...
Condors, cranes, pelicans, vultures, flamingos… Wildlife photographer Graeme Green’s evocative pictures of birds, from Japan to Tanzania, will help your imagination take flight…
Some of the world's finest travel photographers, including Richard I’Anson, Amos Chapple and Tariq Zaidi, pick the most rewarding places to focus their lenses on
Beauty is everywhere, regardless of money, age, race or social status, says photographer Mihaela Noroc, with her incredible portraits of women from Iceland, North Korea, Ethiopia and beyond…
Known for his playful aerial photography, Gray Malin presents 10 photos of surfers, swimmers, polo players and more, from France to Namibia and Bora Bora…
Wildlife photographers, including Art Wolfe and Mark Carwardine, captured intimate photos of rhinos around the world to raise awareness and funds to protect them
From lofty giraffes to bird-friendly buffaloes, come eye-to-eye with South Africa's incredible wildlife as we catch up with Photo of the Year winner Fred Barrington
Look up, look down, look all around... Get in on the action with these 10 active photos that have been shortlisted to the final round of the Wanderlust Photo of the Year competition
From colourful reptiles to fang-baring monkeys, catch a glimpse of Sri Lanka's extensive wildlife with these intimate photos that capture them in character
Did you catch our live twitter Q&A with Wanderlust editor Phoebe Smith today? Don't worry if you missed it – we've rounded up all the answers here!
Get paid to travel around the world and write about your experiences? Sounds brilliant. Here’s our complete guide to making it happen.
Don’t just come back with a memory, come back with a skill! Your guide to learning while you travel
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
One of the world’s top travel bloggers Matthew Kepnes, aka Nomadic Matt, has 5 fast practical tips on improving your blog and becoming a travel blogging superstar
Get paid to travel: The world’s most successful travel bloggers, including Expert Vagabond, The Planet D and Wandering Earl, give 7 practical tips to improve your blog and make it stand out from the crowd
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
Jarryd Salem, one half of travel-blogging couple NOMADasaurus, outlines the ways travelling together can make a couple stronger and happier
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
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.
There are no sure-fire guarantees, but published author Peter Moore tells you how to increase your chances of getting a book deal
Travel writing legend Paul Theroux lays down the law on becoming a better travel writer
Multi-award winning travel writer Nick Boulos reveals the pitfalls you need to avoid as you forge a career in travel journalism
Everything you need to know about the spectacle of nature that tops most travellers’ wishlists
Wild, vast and red, the Australian Outback offers desert, big rocks, Aboriginal encounters and tasty bush tucker. What are you waiting for?
Site inspections, pushy PRs, and food poisoning: in his first online column for Wanderlust, award-winning travel writer Nick Boulos reveals some of the less glamorous 'perks' of the job
Could you write a 1,600-word feature on a boat in the middle of nowhere... on your iPhone? Then maybe you've got what it takes to make it in the travel writing game
Think it's easy to get an original angle on a destination article? Think again.
If you can't handle rejection, travel writing isn't for you. But perseverance pays off: here's how one professional writer got his first big break
People can make or break a travel article – here's how to meet the most useful interviewees and get the juiciest quotes for your story
Primary teacher Lesley-ann Rosenberg shares the things she learned flying from Brisbane to London with her 11-year-old son.
Our family travel expert reveals the ancient beliefs that can inspire and improve your family travels...
"Don't you know who I am?!" This is what happens when the 'glamour' of travel writing goes to your head...
Melanie Gow reveals how travel can teach your children tolerance, compassion and empathy and, in the process, make the world a better place
That all-important second commission can make or break a travel writer's career. Our seasoned expert shares his advice for a stellar pitch
If you want to inspire a love of travel in your children, ditch the museums and let them experience the world, says Melanie Gow
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
Artist Karen Neale travelled the world for five months, sketching some of the world's most incredible sites...
A tour guide can make or break a holiday – but they're even more important to travel writers. Here's why...
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.
Travel writing might be a dream job for many people, but the industry is in flux. Is Nick Boulos a dying breed?
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.
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...
Parents hope it’s the history and the culture, but Peter Moore discovers that it’s the crazy stuff that sticks
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?
The Cagols continue their family adventure across Africa, camping in an orphanage in the heart of Malawi
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.
The legendary travel author talks road trips, great guides, and his favouite place on earth (hint: it's not where you'd expect!)
As revered British nature and travel writer Robert Macfarlane releases his latest book Landmarks, we caught up with him to talk about 'rewilding' our language
‘We can’t start the war yet: Kate Adie hasn’t turned up!’ – the legendary BBC reporter tells us about travel to the frontlines
Canadian author and artist Douglas Coupland on his greatest travel adventures, including Kyoto’s "insane” shopping and exploring remote Haida Gwaii, plus his greatest travel regret...
Fancy spotting whales in the wild? Wanderlust readers share their incredible whale-watching stories...
From a Portuguese colouring book to Fernando Pessoa’s existential classic, Jude Brosnan from Stanfords Books reviews 8 fantastic reads if you love Portugal or are thinking of visiting
Dan Lewis from Stanfords books rounds up some of his favourite publications from 2016 that will make great Christmas presents, from award-winning fiction to colourful travel books
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
From Graham Greene’s classic to adventures on the Mekong, Jude Brosnan from Stanfords reviews the 8 amazing books you should read if you love Vietnam or are thinking of visiting
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...
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
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
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...
Who better to tell you the coolest cities to visit this year than the folks who spend their lives travelling? We asked The Planet D, Wandering Earl, The Expeditioner and more for their tips on where to go…
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
Thailand has paradise islands, remarkable wildlife and fascinating cultures. These 5 tips will help solo female travellers make the most of the Land of Smiles, while staying safe and hassle-free...
Just west of Kyoto, Setouchi is a land of ancient shrines, grand bridges and island vistas – all ready and waiting to captured on Instagram...
Photographer Jasper Léonard uses an innovative tilt-shift technique to make New York – and its inhabitants – look positively dinky. You won't believe your eyes...
With the rise of social media, more teenagers are taking more holiday photos and posting them online. Teach your kid to lose the duckface and make their Instagram feed more compelling.
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...
Summersdale senior editor Debbie Chapman gives you the inside scoop on what book publishers are looking for - and what you need to do to get your travel memoir on the shelves