Issue number: 122
October issue • On sale September 01
Feeling a bit robbed of your summer sun this year? Then the October issue of Wanderlust has 40 adventurous ideas that can help you stretch out the summer right to the end of October – from wild swimming in the Med to West African hideaway beaches to desert eco-trails. No wellies required.
PLUS: we get some memories of a geisha when we visit Kyoto; experience Mendoza’s amazing vineyards on horseback; avoid getting speared by reindeer while hiking in Lapland; spend seven action-packed days in little-explored Swaziland; and we revisit the resilient, often resplendent, province of Aceh in Sumatra – seven years after the Asian tsunami tried to wash it away.
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Your skin is your largest organ – but it often gets neglected. Identify and treat the mystery marks that might appear when you're travelling with our guideRead more
It's not over until the days get dark. Don't miss these late-trips to take to catch some summer sun and adventure; and they're only a few hours' flight awayRead more
Indonesia’s Aceh province bore the brunt of the 2004 tsunami. Seven years on, travellers are discovering idyllic islands, rare wildlife and a story of recoveryRead more
There’s more to southern Snowdonia than the majestic Cadair Idris massif – here’s your guide to its best pubs, finest hikes and most creative communitiesRead more
This Mediterranean nation may be small, but it packs a hefty historic punch – best absorbed among the streets of its two most interesting citiesRead more
From fresh seafood market stalls and cherry blossom canal strolls to mesmerising temples and traditional inns, make the most of your trip to Kyoto with our ultimate guide...Read more
A new breed of camera combining the best bits of compacts and DSLRs has hit the market - but are they any good? Steve Davey puts them to the testRead more
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