Issue number: 130
September 2012 • On sale 16 August
The September issue of Wanderlust is fully stocked with trip inspiration and travel advice for you to soak up (now the sun has disappeared). Enjoy TV presenter Monty Halls' 16-page guide to the phenomenal Great Barrier Reef; discover trekking, tea and toy trains in Darjeeling; hunt the Northern Lights in Finland at its 50-year peak; and save your pennies with our 10 unique places to stay for under £100.
Alternatively, soak up some real sun on the Dominican Republic's justifiably world-famous beaches, with a few hidden villages and cloud-forest treks thrown in for good measure.
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Below are more archive articles and travel guides relating to the features in this month's issue.
10 things to do in Darjeeling for under 450Rs | Inspire me
21 Himalaya adventures | Inspire me
Take a look at Wanderlust's India travel guide for more travel inspiration | Plan a trip
Trip Planner: Alternative Caribbean | Destinations
Take a look at Wanderlust's Dominican Republic travel guide for more advice to plan your trip there | Plan a trip
The world's biggest wilderness, Finland | Destinations
Ultimate Arctic adventures | Inspire me
Top places to see the northern lights | Inspire me
Don't miss Wanderlust's Finland travel guide for more information | Plan a trip
Take a look at Wanderlust's northern lights travel guide to plan your own aurora hunting trip | Plan a trip
Top 5 underwater wildlife spectacles | Inspire me
First 24 hours in Sydney | Destinations
How do you capture the magic of the aurora borealis on camera? Amateur snapper Nick Boulos learned from the pros on a sub-zero photo safari in FinlandRead more
Steve Davey lets you in on his top seven tips for filming better movies – with your DSLRRead more
Travelling on your own can seem a scary prospect – but it can also be the most enriching way to explore. Here’s how to take those first solo steps, says Lyn HughesRead more
Travelling on your own can seem a scary prospect – but it can also be the most enriching way to explore. Here’s how to take those first solo steps, without a tour group in tow, says Lyn HughesRead more
Whisk yourself away like a leaf on an autumn breeze with one of these four last-minute trips!Read more
Extreme narrowboaters Terry and Monica Darlington help you navigate the world’s waterwaysRead more
Former ‘Reef Caretaker’ Ben Southall – winner of Queensland’s ‘best job in the world’ – knows this coast better than most. So who better to reveal its hidden gemsRead more
Liz Simpson, editor of hip hideaways site www.i-escape.com, picks stays that will linger in your memory but not on your bank statementRead more
Darjeeling was once the hill-top retreat of the British Raj, says Martin Symington; now it’s a cool, tea-cloaked basecamp for fine hikes amid the highest HimalayaRead more
The medieval citadel of Bonifacio appears impregnable – balanced on a cliff, backed by wilderness, built for defence. It’s well worth finding your way inRead more
Adrian Phillips sails off to Heron Island to meet loggerheads, sharks and windy sausages...Read more
Like many an ‘Asian tiger’, Vietnam’s capital is a potent combination of seductive Old World traditions and modern go-getter bombast. Just look out for all those motorbikes, advises David Lloyd BuglarRead more