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Best holidays and tours for learning something new

The best way to learn new skills is to jump in at the deep end, and on these trips and tours you're sure to come back relaxed, tanned and a little bit wiser

Taico Club Festival

Become one with nature, Japanese-style. 

The 72-Hour Cabin: a wilderness escape in West Sweden

In the wilderness of West Sweden, ‘getting away from it all’ means just that, particularly when you’re staying in a glass-panelled hut… we find ourselves totally at one with nature on the ultimate immersive escape

Travel to Myanmar: a spiritual journey

Myanmar’s Rohingya crisis poses a serious moral question for any traveller. We take in the breadth of the country by every mode of transport we could find, and ask where tourists' responsibilities lie

The future's bright – the revival of Detroit, Michigan

Recent years have seen Detroit fall into a state of decline but, with an influx of new industry and ideas on the horizon, Hannah Summers finds that the wheels of Motor City are starting to turn again

Best food holidays around the world

The fastest way to the heart of a country's culture is often the food on your plate. Here are some of the best food holidays on planet – pack light and come hungry

Spiritual Awakening: discovering divinity in Bhutan

Myths, legends and religion: Claire Vooght finds that in Bhutan, there’s a surprising tale behind everything

Road tripping the Alaska Highway

To mark the 75th anniversary of the epic Alaska Highway, we embarked upon a road trip to rival all others

Escapism at 50: a quote from every issue

In honour of our 50th edition, we've taken a trip down memory lane to look at some of our favourite quotes from past issues. From China's Guangxi province to, er, Hull, we've been a busy little travel magazine…

Best winter sports breaks for the 2018-2019 ski season

The ski and snowboard season’s upon us once again, let our experts guide you through the resorts and gear you need to know about this winter