Issue number: 139
September 2013 issue • On sale from 8 August
In the September issue of Wanderlust we show you how to go wild on your travels...
Wildlife Special: we reveal the BIG 9 the wildlife must-sees worth travelling for;
Borneo: from hanging out with orang utans to climbing Mt Kinabalu, we help you plan your ultimate trip;
Kenya: your invite to the biggest tribal party in Africa;
South America: celebrating Colombia and all the continent's best experiences for travellers;
Wanderlust Travel Photo of the Year: it's back, it's bigger than ever... find out how you can enter the UK's biggest travel photography competition;
PLUS: tracking bears in Europe, escape to San Francisco, Guernsey and Abu Dhabi and learn how to be a Maasai warrior... 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 (September 2013).
Meeting the locals in Sarawak | Destinations
Short break guide to Tallinn | Destinations
7 things to do for free in Tallinn | Inspire me
Baltic States: your ultimate guide | Destinations
Climbing Mt Kenya | Destinations
7 places to spot 7 types of penguin | Inspire me
Track jaguar in Brazil's Pantanal | Destinations
Tracking tigers on foot in India | Destinations
Where in the world to see rhinos | Inspire me
Leopard spotting in Yala National Park, Sri Lanka | Destinations
Track wolves in Yellowstone National Park, USA | Destinations
One perfect hour with Uganda's mountain gorillas | Destinations
Pandas and beyond in Sichuan province, China | Destinations
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When it comes to taking the perfect picture a bit of cropping and colour converting might just be necessary. But remember, it’s not always cheating says Steve DaveyRead more
They are the nine animals that travellers most want to spot – but could an encounter with one of these creatures harm your health? Dr Jane Wilson-Howarth investigatesRead more
How to journey beyond the tourist facade and feel the magic of local lifeRead more
Escape (or embrace!) the oncoming autumn by exploring further afield this SeptemberRead more
Mindy Budgor, author and world’s first female Maasai warrior, gives her insider tipsRead more
Here's our guide to the showiest, noisiest, weirdest and most wonderful birds on the planet... How many can you tick off?Read more
Your ultimate guide to finding, tracking and encountering the world's most amazing speciesRead more
Lush with jungle, riddled with rivers and bursting with wildlife, this South-East Asian isle is the place for those Born(eo) to be wild! Here’s our expert guideRead more
For European travellers, there’s no need to travel far for close bear encounters: the wild, prehistoric woods of eastern Estonia, easily accessible from Tallinn, are rich in atmosphere and enormous creaturesRead more
It's been 90 years since Footprint first published the iconic 'South American Handbook', so we asked its editor what's changed the most in the first country he ever visited: ColombiaRead more
The remote Lake Turkana Festival is a vibrant, flirtatious, raucous, befeathered celebration of Kenyan tribal life. We join the partyRead more
Historic and cultured, Abu Dhabi is fast emerging from Dubai’s shadow. From the city’s famous Corniche to the lush desert oasis of Al Ain, there’s much to admire here says Nick BoulosRead more
It may only be small but Guernsey in the Channel Islands punches well above its weight in culture, history and landscapes, a shining gem in Britain’s crownRead more