Issue number: 128
May/June issue • On sale 26 April
How far can you travel on £250? How about a week on Spain’s Camino de Santiago, a long weekend in Jordan, or six days in Kosovo or Morocco – just a handful of the budget adventures undertaken by Wanderlust readers for our 25 trips under £250 special feature. Also inside are true trips of a lifetime: a 14-page guide to visiting Antarctica, and TV naturalist Mark Carwardine’s account of meeting mountain gorillas in Uganda.
Plus, exploring Israel, walking the new Wales Coast Path, and city guides to Calcutta and Vilnius.
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.
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 upsRead more
Big cats. Bigger scenery. The biggest screens. Wanderlust trails African Cats with Alastair FothergillRead more
From Biblical Armageddon to modern political turmoil, Israel conjures up vivid images and strong emotions. Matthew Teller peers behind a rugged exteriorRead more
In an extract from his latest book, zoologist and TV presenter Mark Carwardine describes the unique frisson of meeting mountain gorillasRead more
Wanderlust's associate web editor, Peter Moore, heads to Europe’s newest country before the crowds to find a warm and alcoholic welcomeRead more
The ancient pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela is a travel classic – and easy to do on a budget, reckons Jaime GillRead more
£250? Where's the challenge? Jennifer Smith struggles to spend even that in a wonderfully warm week in exotic North AfricaRead more
A boutique apartment, a private tour, fine dining and cocktails – this budget thing is a cinch in Kraków, reckons Lucy PalmerRead more
Tumbling waterfalls, island hops, flaky pastries and moving museums – Clare Wilson packs a lot into her budget Adriatic adventureRead more
Frenetic, filthy, unspeakably poor – Calcutta has a bad image. But, finds Martin Symington, there’s much to like about this thriving Bengali metropolis, if you just know where to lookRead more
Historic streets and cool café terraces, boutique hotels and hot-air balloon rides, tasty patisseries and fairytale castles – is the Lithuanian capital the perfect city break, wonders Lyn HughesRead more
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