September 2014 issue • On sale from 7 August

In this issue

Discover China: Wild, bustling, ancient, modern... whether it's your first or fiftieth visit, our expert guide will help you plan the ultimate trip to this enticing country

Mexico: Join us as we journey to Oaxaca for the legendary Day of the Dead celebrations

Canada:
Meet Yukon's grizzlies who hunt even in the winter at Bear Cave Mountain

Kenya: Forget the headlines... why you should still visit the magical Masai Mara

Bangladesh:
Wetlands, paddy fields and serenity - veer away from the country's little-visited south to explore its peaceful, largely unvisited north-west

Plus... Become an expert haggler; how to become a geisha, cook like an Argentinian, traveller's guide to convertible trousers, Simon Pegg talks travel pet peeves, Peru, Angkor Wat, Pays de la Loire and much, much more...

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 (September 2014).

China travel guide

A slow bike through China | Destinations

Great Wall of China advice | Travel icons

Top 6 things to do in Chengdu, China | Inspire me

Nomad's Land: Qinghai, China | Destinations 

Mexico's Day of the Dead

Mexico Travel Blueprint | Destinations

Mexico's Island of the Dolls | Destinations

Copper Canyon Country | Destinations

Chiapas: Mexico's secret corner | Destinations 

Bear watching in North Yukon

Canada's spirit bears | Destinations

Bear watching in Finland | Destinations

Practically cuddling brown bears in Alaska | Destinations

Bunking down with bears in Nunavut, Canada | Destinations 

Kenya's Masai Mara

Great Migration Calendar | Inspire me

The Wanderlust guide to the best of Kenya | Blogs

On photo safari in Kenya | Destinations

Top tips for photographing wildlife | Advice

Articles from this issue