July/August 2018

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Polar trip planner

The ultimate adventure? Whether you’re heading north or south, the planet’s tips remain at the top of most travellers’ wishlists. Grab your baselayers and find out how to tackle them…

Papua New Guinea

Papua New Guinea’s Sepik River winds through unchanged villages, with new trips opening up this country within a country

Wild Oman

Known as one of the most authentic countries on the Arabian Peninsula, Oman has an even wilder side still – head south to Salalah for wonderful wadis, beautiful birds and baobab forests…

Namibia’s last wilderness

The rugged north-west of Namibia brings travellers face to face with desert-adapted wildlife and a remote region little changed (or visited) in centuries

20 UNESCO heritage greats

From rock-hewn cities to Welsh castles; mountaintop temples to island prisons; we celebrate the UNESCO-listed wonders that make the world a more cultured place

Wanderlust Travel Photo of the Year 2018

The UK’s biggest travel photography competition is back! Enter and win a photo commission to Hong Kong and Macao

Plus... Top trips to hidden EuropeKnow your… Oberammergau passion play, Germany; 5 minutes with... Countryfile presenter Anita Rani; How to survive your first canal boat trip; First 24 hours in Edinburgh, Scotland; Short Break in Antwerp & Doel (Belgium); gear guide to water bottles; and lots, lots more...

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