Two years after an earthquake demolished Langtang, Nepal, hiking trails have reopened and villagers rebuilt their town. The only thing missing is tourism.
"Why am I writing this while sitting at a makeshift desk in a thatched roof bungalow on an unpaved street in Pohnpei, Micronesia? Trust me, this was not my idea."
When hoofing it around Phoenix's most walkable neighbourhood, unexpected rain can both ruin your trip and elevate it to a whole new level.
When an undersea volcanic eruption created a brand-new island in the South Pacific, Angry Planet host George Kourounis knew he had to go. Then everything went wrong.
Straddled by two continents, stamped by East and West, shaped by conquering tribes and centuries of trade, Istanbul’s eclectic majesty stands alone.
With its pristine ecosystems, remote native communities and sense of timelessness, B.C.'s little-seen Great Bear Rainforest snaps urban dwellers back into the natural world.
From renowned cycling routes to tour-friendly vineyards, dark sky reserves to fjords and ferrata—it’s all about the green and the blue and the spectacular view in Canada’s biggest province.
“You can go there if you like, but watch out for the police: they don’t like people poking around.”
Using an old-fashioned idea, boatloads of passionate students are helping track the ocean’s currents.
I have a confession to make: I hang around cemeteries, and have done so for quite some time.