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Nature of Skåne

With 249 miles of coastline, more than 100 lakes, two meandering rivers and brooding forests, Sweden’s untamed southernmost province is a natural playground. This spirit-raising destination is a haven for anyone looking to reconnect with nature. From hiking long-distance trails and kayaking in the Baltic Sea to climbing rocky peninsulas and joining a forest-bathing retreat, outdoor adventures abound.

Surfing, sailing and seaweed spas: the pull of the ocean in Country Sligo

Ireland has woken up to its world-class waves and in Strandhill, County Sligo, locals and blow-ins have both found an antidote to city living. The town is making a name for itself not only for surfing, but for outdoor adventures and its seaweed spa, too. A National Surf Centre is set to open this autumn, putting this welcoming town on the map.

A short history of travel guidebooks and why they matter more than ever

As independent travel publishers everywhere struggle in the face of Covid-19, decorated adventurer and Bradt Guides founder Hilary Bradt reflects on the travel guide genre — and what you can do to help it survive.

New Mexico: the weird, wild and wonderful heartland of the American Southwest

The soaring canyons and sagebrush plains of northern New Mexico have attracted artists, spiritual seekers and free thinkers for over a century.

Mountains, myths and monsters: exploring the folklore of Austria's dramatic Hochkonig region

Adventures can be adrenalin-fuelled or intimate — after hiking, biking, sliding or caving, relax in Alpine villages, where herbalists and brewers share their elixirs.

Giant spiders and harpy eagles: discovering the jungles of Guyana

The interior of this South American nation is a natural kingdom presided over by giant spiders and armoured fish, but in its eco-lodges and villages, indigenous Amerindian communities are navigating a new era in the development of their wilderness.
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Newfoundland and Labrador: Where Cosmopolitan Meets Ancient History

Explore the 565-million-year-old mysteries of Newfoundland and Labrador.  
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Surprising and unique Canadian fall experiences

Search for polar bears, take epic hikes among 10 million trees, camp under starry skies, and discover a distinctly different Canada.
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Prince Edward Island’s best road trip: Red Cliffs & Green Gables

Take an idyllic coastal drive to see stunning red-rock backdrops by land and by sea.
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New Brunswick’s best road trip: wonders of highest tides

Embark on an action-packed adventure along New Brunswick’s stunningly scenic Bay of Fundy Coast.
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Canada beyond the slopes

When temperatures fall, there’s a wealth of activities to enjoy that can only happen in winter, and from coast to coast to coast Canadians look forward to the crisp days and the adventures that they bring.
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Alta Badia: discovering South Tyrol’s hidden gem

Crammed with appeal to adventurous travellers and leisure-seekers alike, Alta Badia in South Tyrol is stepping into the limelight.

Meet the adventurer: Matt Wright

The adventurer and star of National Geographic Wild show Monster Croc Wrangler is no stranger to extreme conditions and survival instincts.

Meet the adventurer: Daniel Raven-Ellison

In our new series, we meet record-breakers and boundary-pushers in the world of travel. This time it’s a National Geographic Emerging Explorer.
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Oman: From mountains to coastline

The peaks of Oman’s Jebel Shams have been dubbed the Grand Canyon of Arabia, known for their dizzying heights and red hued rocks. Contrast this with the coastline, where the winding waterways of the Musandam Fjords teem with sea life, and where fishing still forms the backbone of the local economy

Notes from an author: Adam Weymouth on Alaska

For all its remote and rugged beauty, America’s Last Frontier can offer powerful lessons in humanity — even if you never visit it at all.

Tackling a via ferrata in Quebec's Mont-Tremblant National Park

A test of physical and mental strength, scaling a mountain face can take nerves — and gear — of steel, especially when tackled by via ferrata.