Issue number: 127
April issue • On sale 22 March
If you’ve ever looked at a map of southern Africa and wondered, ‘where do I begin?’, we have the answer: Victoria Falls. Our 12-page guide to Africa’s greatest natural wonder gives you seven wonderful ways to mix the falls with a safari.
Also this issue, we discover the backwoods delights of Québec, the rural charms of Ibiza and the surprising pleasures of travel in Palestine. Plus, the winners of our 2012 travel awards, communing with seals in the Scilly Isles, a human-powered crossing of Costa Rica and our pick of exotic cruises worldwide.
Read your magazine cover to cover but still want more? Then the Wanderlust website is here to help. Filled-to-bursting with trip ideas, inspiration, travel-planning advice and more, the website is here to suit your every need.
Below are more archive articles and travel guides relating to the features in this month's issue.
A pilgrim's progress along Spain's Camino de Santiago | Destinations... More
Hot offers for Wanderlust readers this month: receive 40% off back issues in the Wanderlust shop with discount code 'Z12B', AND save 20% on Mark Cawardine's Ultimate Wildlife Experiences book with code 'H93T'. Codes valid until Tuesday 10 April 2012.
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!Read more
Would you know what to do if a fellow traveller had a seizure or an asthma attack? Dr Jane Wilson-Howarth helps you help companions with specialist needsRead more
Music journalist Stuart Maconie takes us on a tour around Britain's countryside, while talking about his new book, Never Mind The QuantocksRead more
TV presenter and adventurer Simon Reeve talks about his upcoming series 'Indian Ocean' and why he's feeling a little under the weather...Read more
Despite the headlines, Palestine is safe to visit – and its ancient cities and proud people make for fascinating travel, says Matthew TellerRead more
Secret coves, forest trails and eco-friendly farmstays – Nick Boulos discovers the slower-paced side of the Balearic isleRead more
12 people, two weeks, 273km by raft, bike and foot: Mark Stratton sets out to traverse Central AmericaRead more
Craving a hiking weekend but don’t fancy the Alps? Daisy Cropper heads to Ålesund, to combine the city’s cultural delights with breathtaking yomps around the nearby fjordsRead more
Moose, bears, whales, mountains, maples: for a slice of quintessential Canadian wilderness not too far from civilization, head for Québec, says Sarah BaxterRead more
William Gray discovers coral-fringed reefs and flirtatious seals off the Cornish coastRead more
Classic cars, faded signs and pastel walls scream colonial time-warp, yet there is something peculiarly beguiling about this Caribbean city on the cusp of a change, says Philip SweeneyRead more
Fancy packing your bag and making for the airport? Check out these four easy escapes to take this monthRead more
As it prepares for Euro 2012, Fiona Trowbridge discovers the Polish city’s often overlooked fleamarkets, legends and bohemian hideouts – without spending a zlotyRead more
Expert tracker Ian Maxwell helps you pick up the scent in the world's wildest placesRead more
On 14 April 1912, the ‘unsinkable ship’ did just that; 100 years on, people around the world are commemorating the tragedyRead more
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