Pagan Britain: The UK's Ancient Sacred Sites

Mythical sites for a solstice pilgrimage

Lucie Grace
By Lucie Grace

Decolonising African travel—and travel writing

How a new generation is redefining African tourism

Mazuba Kapambwe
By Mazuba Kapambwe

Slow Scotland by campervan

Enjoying a Covid-era holiday closer to home

Steven Hunt
By Steven Hunt

Paradise lost

How overtourism both consumes and nourishes Malta's fragile economy

Daiva Repeckaite
By Daiva Repeckaite

“Enormous challenges and profound danger”: Mountaineer Adrian Hayes on climbing Everest and K2

Why are so many seduced by the great peaks?

Ulrike Lemmin-Woolfrey
By Ulrike Lemmin-Woolfrey

Tiny tanks, rake marks and boredom: Why it's time to end dolphin shows

The cruelty of keeping dolphins in captivity

Nick Stewart
By Nick Stewart

What you need to know about posing with wildlife

Can it ever be ethical to take an animal selfie?

Understanding your animal footprint

Head of animal welfare and captivity, Born Free Foundation

Chris Draper
By Chris Draper

Ethical travel: Is it ever right to see elephants in captivity?

Can a venue ever be truly elephant-friendly?

Katheryn Wise
By Katheryn Wise

After the tsunami: The recovery of Tohoku

How Japan is rebuilding and remembering

James Clark
By James Clark

Grief, love and redemption in the pueblos of Costa Rica

Finding peace in a bar in El Llano

Laura Williams
By Laura Williams

The Journal Podcast by Horizon Guides: Revisiting Attenborough's Mountain Gorillas

Karam Filfilan
By Karam Filfilan

Saving the gentle giants

Is the mountain gorilla back from the brink?

Ian Redmond OBE
By Ian Redmond OBE

A Tale Of Two Cities

The many faces of Peru's capital

Matthew Barker
By Matthew Barker

Responsible shopping and animals

Exploring Argentina's wine country

The different types of wine you should try in Argentina

Horizon Guides commits to planting 50 trees for every booking

Partnership with the International Tree Foundation will see trees planted in Kenya

Karam Filfilan
By Karam Filfilan

Kerala’s ancient art forms

Karam Filfilan
By Karam Filfilan

The great migration faces extinction

We need to act now

Dr Joseph Ogutu
By Dr Joseph Ogutu

One magical hour

Up close with our primate cousins

Sue Watt
By Sue Watt

Souvenirs to buy in Morocco and where to find them

Keep your eye out for these items in the Morocco's bustling souks

Sadie Butterworth-Jones
By Sadie Butterworth-Jones

Wildlife of Uganda: five species to look out for

Spot these amazing animals in East Africa’s gem

Sadie Butterworth-Jones
By Sadie Butterworth-Jones

Who will save India’s monuments?

Somdyuti Datta Ray
By Somdyuti Datta Ray

Family travel in Thailand off the tourist trail

Thailand's lesser known attractions are more accessible than you think

David Luekens
By David Luekens

Penguins on parade

How to recognise Antarctica's penguin species

Sadie Butterworth-Jones
By Sadie Butterworth-Jones

Orangutans: why you must avoid animal shows

Wildlife-spotting in the jungles of Borneo

Five animals to look out for when searching for orangutans

Is it right to conserve gorillas at the expense of people?

Conservation that works for everybody

Preserving Peru's history

Why conservation of archaeological sites is so important

John Hurd
By John Hurd

Adventure without end

Journey through Costa Rica's raw rainforest

The beauty of the Northern Lights

Seeing Iceland's wondrous light show

In the land of Serendib

Loving Sri Lanka, despite its difficulties

Ethan Gelber
By Ethan Gelber

Conserving the orangutans

We all have a part to play in saving orangutans

Ashley Leiman
By Ashley Leiman

Saving the African rhino

Why ending demand is the key to stopping poaching

Peter Knights
By Peter Knights

The Journal Podcast #2: On the trail of Nepal's mystical yarsagumba

Searching for Himalayan gold with author Stuart Butler

Karam Filfilan
By Karam Filfilan

What's it like to be a park ranger?

Kruger National Park chief ranger Nicholus Funda on ranger life

Karam Filfilan
By Karam Filfilan

Into wonderland: Hiking Patagonia National Park

Adventures in Chile's newest national park

Matt Maynard
By Matt Maynard

Responsible tourism in Antarctica

How organisations protect the White Continent from overtourism

Amanda Lynnes
By Amanda Lynnes

Exploring Peru beyond Machu Picchu

Historic treasures await outside the Sacred Valley

Hugh Thomson
By Hugh Thomson

The impact of village homestays in Peru

What do locals think of community-based tourism?

Guido Van Es
By Guido Van Es

The arts and crafts of Rajasthan

Visiting local artisans and buying ethically

Rachel Bracken-Singh
By Rachel Bracken-Singh

Loved to death

Is overtourism killing the Taj Mahal?

Karam Filfilan
By Karam Filfilan

Saving Pushkar's historic camels

Has the Pushkar Camel Fair lost its magic?

Mariellen Ward
By Mariellen Ward

Wild Sri Lanka

Skip the elephant camps and see wildlife where it belongs

Vidya Balachander
By Vidya Balachander

After the earthquake

How tourism can contribute to the recovery

By David Ways

The Original AirBnB

What to expect from Cuba’s Casa Particulares

Susana Corona Cruz
By Susana Corona Cruz

Cuba: An old girl with a new heart

What the future holds for the Caribbean island

Jim O'Donnell
By Jim O'Donnell

Life on board an Antarctic cruise

Unplug and enjoy the thrill

Katie Coakley
By Katie Coakley

What to eat in Central Asia

Dig deep for a culinary adventure

Steven Hermans
By Steven Hermans

Responsible tourism on the Galapagos Islands

The fine balance between livelihoods and conservation

Jim Lutz
By Jim Lutz

Close encounters in the Galapagos

A reminder of the wonder of life on Earth

James Stewart
By James Stewart

Forest fires in Torres del Paine

A cautionary tale of irresponsible tourism

Marcela Torres
By Marcela Torres

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