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Four of a Kind: Diving Hotspots

From the Red Sea to Australia’s Great Barrier Reef, Farida Zeynalova scouts the world for the most enthralling diving spots[READ]

Four of a kind: diving hotspots

From the Red Sea to Australia’s Great Barrier Reef, Farida Zeynalova scouts the world for the most enthralling diving spots [READ]

Surfer on Australia's East Coast

Australia: New wave traveler

Sam Lewis experiences the highs and lows of Australia’s east coast, on and below the ocean waves [READ]

Rhaetian railway

Top 10 lesser-known UNESCO sites

From the lofty tracks of the Swiss Alps to the idyllic atolls of the Seychelles, Garry Astle rounds up some the planet’s most underrated UNESCO World Heritage Sites [READ]

Keizersgracht canal, Amsterdam.

Layover Cities

While often avoided, a layover can yield a quick, fun adventure in a new city, or at least provide respite between long-haul flights, says Duncan Forgan [READ]

Golden Pagoda, Myanmar (Burma)

Travel Hotspots: The Next Big Thing

Ben Lerwill puts the spotlight on destinations set to be on the tourist radar in the year ahead [READ]

The Ghan.

The Ghan

The Ghan is one of Australia’s top rail journeys, stretching from the south coast to the north. Details: Alice Springs to Darwin, Gold Service, 23h30m. [READ]

Grand Canyon. Image: Getty

Wonders of the world

The list of the world’s wonders is continually growing and being reinterpreted but all are united by the awe they inspire in travelers, says Ben Lerwill[READ]

Summit Ridge, Island Peak, Himalayas. Image: Getty

The growth of adventure travel

No longer solely the preserve of young risk-takers, adventure travel is more in demand than ever before, says Ben Lerwill[READ]

Compartment on the Eastern & Oriental. Image: Orient Express - Eddie Buay

All aboard: rail travel

More than just a way of getting there, rail can be the foundation of an unforgettable vacation. Ben Lerwill examines some of the best journeys[READ]

Image: Getty

Sail away: adventure cruising

Demand for adventure cruises is on the rise as travelers take the opportunity to experience exotic wildlife and authentic culture, says Jeannine Williamson[READ]

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