After a year of the pandemic, how might we change our travel and tourism habits going forward? Is this even possible in the face of gentrification?
In this extract from Juliusz Strachota’s “A Polish Tourist in the USSR” the protagonist makes his way to Crimea with the help of a childhood guide book.
As travel has become more accessible, it has also become more trivialized; an act of event tourism. Will the pandemic change this?
In the midst of dry thunderstorms and climate change, Tasmania – an island known for having the cleanest air on Earth – is ablaze.
Don’t be scared by active volcanoes! While some of them undoubtedly pose a safety threat, there are many lava-spewing peaks that you can travel to and admire.
New Zealand’s Te Araroa trail stretches 3000 kilometres, across both the North Island and South Island. It’s a physical challenge, but one that is also spiritually rewarding.