Issue number: 153
Top 50 Trips for 2015
Stuck in a travel rut? Need some inspiration for your next trip? Then look no further: Whether you fancy an active jaunt, a wildlife close-up, a festival-focused trip or an offbeat adventure, we’ve scoured the travel brochures to find the best trips on offer in 2015 – from Armenia to Zimbabwe, and everywhere between.
Fashioned by revolutionary slaves, vodou worship and artistic flair, Haiti is like nowhere else in the Caribbean. Five years on from the devastating earthquake, Wanderlust discovers a nation is rising from the rubble
Okavango Delta, Botswana
It’s Africa’s most aspirational safari destination, so plan your trip to its 15,000 sq km of UNESCO-listed wetland with our expert guide to the best lodges, camps, canoes and hidden corners
Jordan: Photo special
Join 2013’s Wanderlust Travel Photo of the Year winners as they explore Petra, Wadi Rum and beyond on the photo commission of a lifetime – and marvel at the spectacular results
Kumbh Mela, India
Fancy joining a party of 100 million people? India’s Kumbh Mela is a festival like no other – a mass of ritual bathing, naked sadhus, flashing lights and spiritual cleansing. Wanderlust dives into the planet’s biggest gathering...
Plus… Sir David Attenborough talks Life; how to publish your travel book; our 2015 Travel Resolutions; the real Miami; a hearty dish of authentic Cuba; an close-up guide to Macro Photography; Greece’s seriously social second city of Thessaloniki; the best sleeping bags for travellers; hand out at New Zealand’s Waitangi festival
Read your magazine cover to cover but still want more? The Wanderlust website is here to help, bursting with trip ideas, inspiration, and travel-planning advice...
Below is a selection of articles from our online archive, plus travel guides relating to the features in this issue of Wanderlust...
Reckon you could write a novel or a guidebook? Here's how to get it self-published – and start making some money from your travelsRead more
Whether it’s down to geographical ignorance, bad press or fear, many travellers are avoiding all of Africa because of ebola – don't be one of themRead more
Whether you’re hiking hut to hut, camping up a mountain or trying to get some kip on an overnight train, your choice of sleeping bag can make, or break, your nightRead more
Focus on the little things – here's how to master macro photographyRead more
Need a new sleeping bag? We've tested six of the best, to help you find the perfect oneRead more
From misadventures in the 'real' Maldives to cycling 1970s Northern Ireland, these books cover both the globe and the centuriesRead more
The wildlife encounters on these trips will stay with you for a lifetime – from the rare and endangered to the raw and dangerousRead more
Up for an extraordinary expedition? Whether by foot, car, boat or train, these adventures will fire up your wanderlustRead more
Get under the skin of the most vibrant – and little-visited – peoples on the planet with these life-changing tripsRead more
Botswana’s Okavango is perhaps Africa’s most aspirational safari destination. But with its 15,000 sq km of sinuous wetlands and raft of remote lodges, where do you start?Read more
Haiti is like nowhere else in the Caribbean, fashioned by revolutionary slaves, vodou worship and artistic flair. Recent times have been tough, but – five years on from the devastating earthquake – the nation is rising from the rubbleRead more
Fancy joining a party of 100 million people? India’s Kumbh Mela is a festival like no other – a mass of ritual bathing, naked sadhus, flashing lights and spiritual cleansing. We enter the fray...Read more