Issue number: 129
July/August 2012 • On sale 22 June
Our adventure-seeking July/August issue will plunge you head first into steamy jungles, endless wildernesses and isolated ruins. Explore the exotic lands and tribes of Papua New Guinea, the mystical world of the Maya (in a 25-page special) and stop off in Botswana for bushmen and BIG lions.
For something soothing, roadtrip with Will Gray through Norway's rugged coastal islands looking for whales and Viking tales, or take to the rebel trails and grand canyons of the Peak District for something closer to home.
Don't miss guides to magical Venice, Loch Ness (minus the monster sightings), Kenya's Lake Nakaru and Bangkok for free.
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Below are more archive articles and travel guides relating to the features in this month's issue.
South Pacific travel blueprint: 4 breathtaking itineraries | Destinations... More
Take a look at more of Dale's images from his trip here | Photography... More
Take a look at more of William Gray's photographs from his trip here | Photography... More
Snorkelling and conservation in the Bay Islands, Honduras | Destinations... More
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Enter your travel photographs into our annual Travel Photo of the Year competition for your chance to win a trip to Papua New Guinea
From coca leaves to tiger balm, natural remedies abound around the world – but do they work? Dr Jane Wilson-Howarth investigatesRead more
Bungy-jumping, mountain-biking, river-rafting – all great fun, but how can you capture the moment? Steve Davey offers his top tipsRead more
Soul-sapping humidity, huge crocs, polygamous tribes, 820 languages to learn – travel in Papua New Guinea is tough, surreal but always extraordinaryRead more
Volcán Agua is a constant reminder of the gods' capricious nature. No wonder, then, that the Antiguans living in its shadow know how to enjoy themselves...Read more
Dan Linstead discovers there’s more to the Mexican state of Chiapas than one great ruin – including Coca-Cola shrines, echoing rainforest and countless lost citiesRead more
Botswana’s Central Kalahari: a place of Bushman legend and endless wilderness, echoing to the roar of lions. Dale Morris explored by horseback – and then tried the luxury approachRead more
Only a handful of Brits make it to Honduras each year – which leaves its mixed-up culture, profuse forests and Maya ruins all the emptier for those that do...Read more
Norway’s Lofoten Islands are a spellbinding mix of fjords, whales and Viking legend – and the drive there’s not bad either…Read more
80 years ago, Derbyshire’s hills were a battleground for walkers’ access rights. Phoebe Smith relishes her right to roamRead more
Venice – a patchwork of islands floating off north Italy – is one dreamy spot, but can be confusing to navigate. Resident Gillian Price helps you get the most out of this magical cityRead more
There’s more to Scotland’s biggest loch than searching for aquatic beasties. Nick Boulos strides out on a new walking trail along the lesser-visited south shoreRead more
Want a ‘summer supplement’ to your main trip? Here are four fine onesRead more
Travel writer Phoebe Smith reveals her favourite places to eat, drink and sleep on a trip to the Peak DistrictRead more
Motorbike circumnavigator and author Ted Simon gives his advice on mounting a two-wheeled expeditionRead more
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