Lia Ditton is a licensed captain who has sailed the equivalent of 8 laps of the globe, spent 73 days in a row naked, eaten over two years’ worth of freeze-dried food, evaded pirates off the coast of Somalia and faced off with MI6.
Tony Wheeler co-wrote the first Lonely Planet book in a Sydney garage, with just 94 pages and hand drawn graphics. He then went on to create a publishing empire, inspiring travelers from around the world.
Meet the American comic book editor who circumnavigated the world twice, first by surface transport, taking cargo ships across oceans, before switching direction and doing it again by plane.
The winners of our Travel Writing Scholarship to Portugal are announced, and we reveal how to make money while traveling as an affiliate partner with World Nomads.
Host of tv's Departures, Scott Wilson developed a love of travel as a child, covering his bedroom walls with maps from National Geographic, and daydreaming of what those places would look like.
Angie, and her young family, travels nomadically around the world with barely a possession, working as a documentary filmmaker capturing stories as a catalyst for change.
How this man's "unique" dance earned him an all-expenses paid trip around the world.
Urbex – exploring abandoned buildings including hotels and theme parks, Creepy, fascinating and all with a story to tell.
From food fights in Spain to celebrating cultural diversity in London, and the most difficult-to-reach festival in the world.
Searching for smaller, niche music festivals where the bathroom lines are shorter? Andrew Madigan shares five of his favorites.
Everyone’s heard of Mardi Gras in New Orleans and Carnival in Rio and Venice. Here are six cultural festivals to experience around the world.