St. Jean Pied de Port, in France to Santiago de Compostela, in the North West of Spain, has become increasingly popular segment of the Camino de Santiago.
The Camino de Fisterra or Finisterre Way is the logical extension to any of the Caminos, starting in Santiago and ending up at the Atlantic.
Soar through the air on a thrilling tandem ride over the traditional resort town of Interlaken in Switzerland’s mountainous Bernese Oberland region.
As China tries to contain the spread of Coronavirus the Foreign Office has warned against all but essential travel to Wuhan.
Keith Lyons goes in search of the perfect stretch of sand on the Mergui Archipelago, and finds more on land and below water.
The smallest and most westerly of the Canary Islands, El Hierro was once considered the end of the world but now is a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve and Geopark with crystal clear waters and over 500 extinct volcanic craters.
Myanmar (Burma) is one of the most beautiful and untouched countries in Asia full of old empire opulence, grand pagodas, natural wonders and a predominantly Buddhist population.
Immerse yourself in Japanese culture, visiting the country’s largest collection of hot springs, or onsen, and sleeping in ryokan, traditional hotels, on the island of Kyushu
The Pamir Highway in Tajikstan is trending as an adventurous driving trek offering strange natural creations with a dollop of man-made handiwork.
The next generation of carry-on bags is smart. You can ride them, work on them, use them as chargers and they can even follow you around.