Once the butt of jokes from its mainland cousins, Tasmania is now a go-to destination with cool festivals headlined by international acts, historic cinemas with a modern twist, and nudity in public is legal once a year.
Cassie Wilkins goes beyond Angkor Wat to discover Cambodia’s most off-the-beaten-track historic sites.
Listen to this episode of the World Nomads Podcast on Ecuador and discover the strict rules for visiting the Galapagos Islands and the volcanoes that rival Mt Fuji.
How did Elizabeth Whitehead (who definitely didn't consider herself an artist) end up painting a 6ft mural in an Israeli hostel?
Loreto Bay National Marine Park is home to over 800 species of aquatic critters. Tim Neville gets up close and personal with them on this kayaking adventure.
In the chaos of India’s Holi festival, Jeremy’s sense of foreignness drifts away like powder.
Nomad Cassie Wilkins explores Sri Lanka’s Hill Country during a train trip from Kandy to Haputale.
Jason and Nikki Wynn have traded in everyday life for a great adventure, traveling the world in a catamaran.
In this episode, we discuss Sri Lanka's pristine environment, dodging elephants, tea plantations and the record-breaking traveler.
Traveling his ancestral home in search of connection, Shaun Busuttil find himself stuck between two cultures – Maltese and Australian.
2018 Writing Scholarship Winner Claudia shares her quest for the national drink of Argentina.
Felix Weber uses running as a way to experience the world - inspired by a love of people, he travels the world with everything he owns in a backpack.
Experience a world of contrasts in Cuba as we go to the fishing town of Jaimanitas, on the outskirts of Havana.