Issue number: 137
June 2013 issue • On sale from 23 May
In the June issue of Wanderlust it's all about dream destinations, the places on every traveller's wishlist including...
Everest Base Camp: 60 years after the highest peak on earth was first summited, we prove you don't need to be a mountaineer to experience its magic.
African Safari: Go walking among giants in Tanzania on the ultimate safari experience.
Galapagos: Discover the wildlife and local culture on Ecuador's most famous islands both by land and sea.
Antarctica: Penguins, glaciers and endless adventure at the edge of the world.
PLUS: Get paid to travel - find out how you can see the world AND make money, instant escapes to Corsica, Sweden, the Amalfi Coast and much, much more...
Read your magazine cover to cover but still want more? Then the Wanderlust website is here to help. Bursting with trip ideas, inspiration, travel-planning advice and more, the website is here to suit your every need.
Below are a selection of articles from our online archive, plus travel guides relating to the features in this issue of Wanderlust (June 2013).
5 tips for trekking to Everest Base Camp | Inspire me
Wanderlust readers save 20% off a Mountaineering Consultation. Book online at www.altitudecentre.com using the promotional code 'wanderlust' | Hot Offers
Everest Base Camp: practical tips | Advice
Altitude sickness: need to know | Health advice
Find more advice in Wanderlust's Everest Base Camp travel guide | Plan a trip
For what animals to see and when don't miss the Great Migration calendar | Inspire me
Wanderlust's Tanzania travel guide offers more information and advice | Plan a trip
To plan your safari in Tanzania check out Wanderlust's wildlife travel guide | Plan a trip
10 top Trans-Siberian stops | Inspire me
The ultimate guide to the Trans-Siberian | Destinations
Check out Wanderlust's Russia travel guide for more inspiration and advice | Plan a trip
Galapagos Travel Blueprint: the ultimate guide to island adventures | Destinations
For more information and inspiration take a look at Wanderlust's travel guide to the Galapagos Islands | Plan a trip
How to become a travel writer | Advice
How to become a tour leader | Advice
How to become a guidebook author | Advice
How to become a travel photographer | Advice
How to become a location scout | Advice
7 ways to get to Antarctica | Inspire me
A guide to the Sub-Antarctic Islands | Destinations
Take a look at Wanderlust's travel guide to Antarctica to plan your trip | Plan a trip
Nick Boulos finds out what sleeping on the White Continent is really like...
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To get us started, Wanderlust editor Phoebe Smith took her mag to Everest Base Camp (left)... and she wasn't the only one! Where will you take yours?
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To take the best pictures, many of us abide by accepted ‘laws of photography’. But sometimes, reckons Steve Davey, flouting these rules produces far better photosRead more
Is it safe to buy medicines overseas? Is it cheaper? Are they hard to find? Dr Jane Wilson-Howarth helps you shop for first aid on the road...Read more
Tom Chesshyre, author of 'A Tourist in the Arab Spring', offers advice on navigating turbulent destinationsRead more
Maximise your precious holiday days with these trips that are short on time but big on adventureRead more
Celebrate the arrival of summer – with bikes, beef, maypoles and music!Read more
Taking the right kit can make the difference between a good and a great trip so pack wisely! Here’s what Wanderlust editor Phoebe Smith took with her…Read more
It’s the world’s greatest train journey. But how do you know which route to choose? Or which stations to stop at? Use our guide to plan the ride of your life...Read more
While most safari-goers flock to Tanzania’s northern parks, try the country’s south: home to one of the largest reserves in the world, it's even wilder and – better yet – wonderfully people freeRead more
Navigate the timeless temples and labyrinthine streets of Nepal’s alluring capital – then hit the rivers and trails of the Kathmandu Valley, advises Phoebe SmithRead more
Midnight sun, nosy penguins and utter silence, why camping out on ice might just be the night of your life...Read more