Fans of crooner-turned cruise connoisseur Jane McDonald can re-create her recent adventures to India thanks to river expedition company Pandaw, and its brand new seven and 14-night sailings along the Ganges.

Everest is not all Nepal has to offer.  Geographically, culturally and spiritually diverse, it’s the scene of some of the world’s most spectacular and most epic trekking trails. Like any true adventure, however, Nepal is not for the faint-hearted. Trekking in the remote and often unforgiving Himalayas is a true human challenge, so it’s important to do your research and plan thoroughly before you go.

Experience the great outdoors with a destination made for adventure – the Himalayas.

2017 marks the 37th anniversary of Komodo National Park, home to the world’s largest living species of lizard, the Komodo Dragon. Komodo National Park was established primarily to protect the

We go off the beaten track, planning a route to Laos which would give us an unadulterated look at the ‘real’ Cambodia. Here’s what happened next…

China and South East Asia are one of the best regions in the world to travel overland.

Mount Everest: Some come to see it, others to attempt to conquer it. However, there are many other sights, sounds & adventures to be had in the Himalayas…

Following on from our Guide to Train Travel in China we wanted share with you our insights into how to organise your own visits to some of China’s must see attractions, without having to fork out for an organised trip!

In Part Two of our Guide to Train Travel in China we go into more detail about the train journeys themselves plus answer the question, Hard Sleeper or Soft Sleeper?!

One adventurer shares his experiences of his time in the Ladakh region of India. Trekking across the Changthang plateau, meeting the local nomads and creating memories that will last forever…

Travelling by train in China really is a breeze – it’s cheap, efficient, straightforward and to top it all off, an adventure in its own right.

The truth behind the tales. Here are a few well known films that (supposedly) depict the history of some of the most fascinating countries we’ve ever visited…

Travelling between Indonesia’s best-known islands is a lot easier than most backpackers might think. Having done the trip myself, soon after finishing a stint teaching English in Vietnam, I found out just how straightforward it is. Looking to do the same? Here’s how I’d recommend tackling this epic adventure of booze, beaches and bare-naked Aussies!

EVERYBODY who has been to Cambodia has no doubt been to Siem Reap and taken a trip up to nearby Angkor – the ancient city that served as the seat

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When I look back at this photo now I can’t quite believe I had the nerve to walk around this! This was taken on a magical day back in August

As Vietnam’s premier beach destination and one of the country’s three UNESCO World Heritage sites, Hoi An is increasingly gaining popularity as a tourist destination. There is plenty to see

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We were recently nominated by @christinahegele (thank you Christina!) to take part in the My 7 Links Project created by Tripbase. The name of the game is to create and

A huge part of our travels entailed encountering wild and wonderful things that we don’t usually get to experience living in the UK. Here is a selection of some of