October 2014 issue • On sale from 18 September

In this issue

Road Trip Central America:  The journey of a lifetime: soak up real local life on the highway from Guatemala to Panama, taking in Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua and Costa Rica en route

India: The world’s best place to see leopard? We visit this secret southern pocket of the regal state of Rajasthan to find out.

Japan: We go on a winter adventure in Japan’s northern isle of Hokkaido – a ice-spectacular including snow sculptures, husky sleds and dancing cranes

Ethiopia: Join us on the trail of the elusive Ethiopian wolf

Nagorno-Karabakh: Enter the little-known historic enclave that’s fiercely contested by Armenia and Azerbaijan, but fascinating for intrepid travellers

Plus... Michael Palin interview; master the man’oushé – the delicious Lebanese bread dish; your guide to super solar chargers; discover witchy Salem, explosive White Island and accessible Phuket; Plus: El-Jem,  Innsbruck, Mexico City and lots, lots more ...

Additional content

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Below are a selection of articles from our online archive, plus travel guides relating to the features in this issue of Wanderlust (October 2014).

Central America travel guide

Honduras: Discover more than Maya | Destinations

Coffee, chocolate and colossal volcanoes in Guatemala | Destinations 

Crossing Costa Rica with manpower | Destinations

Panama: Paradise found on the San Blas Islands | Destinations 

Ethiopia

Ethiopia: Northern highlands | Destinations

Lalibela, Ethiopia: then and now | Destinations

Tribes of the Omo Valley, Ethiopia | Destinations

Hokkaido, Japan

Travelling in Japan's Kiso Valley | Destinations

Tokyo: how to find calm in the chaos | Destinations

Discover Japan's Atlantis of the East | Destinations

Know your cherry blossoms | Destinations 

Nagorno-Karabakh

Forever and ever... Armenia | Destinations 

The good shepherds of Armenia | Blogs

Articles from this issue