Newfoundland and Labrador: Where Cosmopolitan Meets Ancient History

Explore the 565-million-year-old mysteries of Newfoundland and Labrador.  

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Where do adventurers actually go on holiday? Six pros share their recent trips

From Arabia to Iberia, we find out where  six adventurers have been exploring and  the places that are top of their wishlist.

The future of adventure travel: solo adventures

Moorland rocks, waterfalls and penny-arcade towns: a solo week-long hike along the magnificent Cleveland Way, the 109-mile long National Trail that marks its 50th anniversary this year.
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Tasmania: Adventure in Australia's island state

Tasmania’s natural richness comes in many forms: pristine landscapes, tranquil waterways and curious wildlife that thrives in this unique environment. However you approach its unspoilt beauty, adventure awaits in Australia’s island state.

Expedition: a look at Steve Backshall's latest book

In his latest book, one adventurer sets off to chart how the world’s furthest-flung  corners offer unbridled — and perilous — adventures.

Concrete jungle: five ways to adventure in the city

The wilderness might beckon, but some of the most exciting adventures can be had within the busy cityscapes we call home. Here are four of the best to get your adrenalin pumping in the urban world.

A road trip on Chile's wild new Route of Parks

A road trip along Chile’s new Route of Parks takes travellers to the ends of earth. The brainchild of a visionary conservationist, this is a journey that snakes through 17 national parks, showcasing one of our planet’s most extensive wild frontiers.

The future of adventure travel: four trends to watch for 2020

With travellers passionate about topics such as sustainability and ‘under-touristed’ destinations, we look at some of the biggest adventure trends to watch for 2020.

From Frozen II to the Lion King: five of the best film-inspired family adventures

Ever wanted to discover Simba’s Pride Lands or Mowgli’s jungle landscapes? We’ve picked our top family-friendly itineraries inspired by the silver screen.