Find out how to see the Atlas Mountains, Sahara Desert, Marrakesh, Fes, and Chefchaouen in 10 days, with this itinerary from Nick and Hannah from Salt in our Hair.
Tokyo is filled with restaurants, food stalls and bistros – each serving some of Japan’s best food. Though dishes like udon and soba are obvious choices, the best ones, like unagi or Japanese curry, are lesser-known. Our local insider, Bjorn, shares his picks of Tokyo’s best bites.
The best things in life are free – especially when you're traveling on a budget.
The open road, changing scenery, a loaded up car, loose plans and unpredictable adventure - but where do you start?
Here's why you'll need to cancel that road trip from Alaska to Tierra del Fuego along the Pan-American Highway.
When I first traveled solo, it was about timing. I was ready to go, but my friends weren't. So I went alone.
Which is better, a short-break or a long duration trip? Phil Sylvester from World Nomads looks at taking a sabbatical or gap year – why and how you should do it.
Alternative Spring Breaks involve volunteering your time in some way – and these are becoming very popular with students.
The 3 lucky winners of our 2016 Australia Travel Writing Scholarship are back from their road-trip Down Under. We catch up with them to hear all about their adventures and what they learnt from their mentor, Lonely Planet’s Anthony Ham.
Journaling is a fun and easy way to record your travels, understand your experiences, and reflect on your learnings. You don’t have to be an experienced writer to start journaling too, find out how with these tips from a nomad.