April 2014

In this issue

April 2014 issue • On sale from 13 March

World Class Destinations - we reveal your pick of the best countries and cities on earth...

Namibia: Whether you're a first-timer or fancy exploring further, we present our expert written ultimate trip planner to the sand dunes, wildlife and culture of Namibia

New Zealand: Link the vibrant hub of Queenstown with the beauty and peace of Milford Sound on a walk on the often overlooked Routeburn Track

Colombia: Discover the Pacific and the Caribbean coasts to meet the locals - both people and whales - in South America's most exciting destination

Mongolia: It's on most of our travel wish lists but, being the size of France, Germany and Spain combined, where do you start? Let us show you...

Plus... the Lake District, how to plan a round-the-world trip, New York City, Singapore, Bagan - Burma and much, much more

Wanderlust Reader Awards – the results

Additional content

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 (April 2014).


Namibia – a conservation success story | Destinations

At home with the Himba of Namibia | Destinations

Soussusvlei from above | Blogs

Travel Icon: Namib Desert, Namibia | Destinations


Discover Colombia's Latin Quarter | Destinations

Cartagena and the north – Colombia Itinerary | Destinations

Bogota and around – Colombia Itinerary | Destinations

Coffee and culture in Colombia | Destinations

New Zealand

New Zealand by bike | Destinations

Travel Icon: Milford Sound, New Zealand | Destinations

Tongariro Crossing – still the world's best day walk? | Destinations


A visit to Mongolia's Gobi desert | Destinations

How to take on the Trans-Siberian train | Destinations

Your guide to the real Mongolia | Blogs

The ins and outs of visiting a Mongolian ger | Destinations

Articles from this issue