As varied as it is vast, this extraordinary park offers glaciers, ice caves, canyons, and waterfalls enough to suit any outdoor enthusiast.
With towering dunes, remote Indigenous villages, lagoons dotted with flamingos, and stunning, blissfully empty beaches, this out-of-the-way stretch of the Caribbean coast is Colombia’s most spectacular emerging destination.
Download our free travel guide to Iceland, packed with tips on the adventure activities, festivals, and events.
With stories that take you from the top of a pyramid to the depths of the sea, our free guide is all the inspiration you need.
From a modern-day Pompeii in Montserrat to a Hindu festival of lights in Trinidad, our travel guide shows you a side of the region you never knew existed.
On Hong Kong's island of Cheung Chau, see the Bun Festival in late April or early May.
Want to see Japan's cherry blossom festival? Find out how you can picnic and party among the blossoms with these tips from Lonely Planet.
Heading to Argentina in March? Make sure you check out Festival de Tango in venues across Buenos Aires!
Whatever spell you think you need, you will find it (for a price) on Cerro Mono Blanco during Mexico's Night of the Witches.
Frock up for a Gatsby style weekend in Napier, New Zealand. Enjoy the four-day Art Deco Weekend, a time when everyone is thinking ziggurats and jazz.
Find out about Japan's most extraordinary Naked Festival in the Kannon-in temple outside of Okayama.
The villagers in Sumba still make bloody sacrifices to keep the spirits happy and bring a good harvest. Find out why you should see the Pasola in Indonesia.
Find out how to experience Venice Carnival like a local. But first, to really enjoy the Carnevale spirit you’ll need a mask, and we know just where to get one!
Heading to Quebec in late January, or mid-February? Check out Carnaval De Quebec – the Winter Carnival.
Do you have what it takes to cycle, kayak and run from one end of New Zealand's South Island to the other?
Put your non-slip shoes on, and watch the Battle of the Oranges in Ivrea's main square over 3 days in February.