Visions of hope: how Hurricane Maria shaped Dominica’s cultural landscape

The hurricane’s devastating presence can still be felt in the island’s flourishing art scene.

Barbados beyond the beaches: welcome to Bridgetown

Home to impressive colonial architecture, fantastic museums and a lively shopping scene, Bridgetown is a window to a different side of Barbados.

Summer in the Valley: a road trip through America’s desert highways

As part of the Bradt Travel-writing competition, Sylvia Dubery depicts her nail-biting road trip through Death Valley.

The real Jurassic Park

In the Canadian territory of Alberta, travellers will find themselves at the epicentre of dinosaur discoveries.

The coldest miles: a quest through Yukon

As part of the Bradt Travel-writing competition, Polly Evans depicts her incredible dog-sledding adventures in the bitter cold of Canada.

Autumn leaves: exploring Nova Scotia in ‘leaf-peeping’ season

Fall is one of the most spectacular times to visit Nova Scotia.

From river tubing to whale watching: Dominica’s unmissable activities

Unsure how to spend your time on Dominica? Don’t miss out on these activities!

Turtles, turquoise waters and total relaxation: the best beaches in Barbados

Whether you’re looking for a spot to surf, a place to see turtles, or complete and utter isolation, there’s a beach in Barbados for you.

The spice of life: why you should consider a holiday in Grenada

This fascinating island ticks all the boxes for a classic Caribbean getaway.

Bottoms up: Yukon’s sourtoe cocktail

Anyone fancy a glass of Yukon Jack whiskey garnished with a genuine, severed human toe?

The natural wonders of Dominica

With its swathes of undisturbed rainforest and clusters of active volcanoes, Dominica is a haven of natural beauty.

Safe in Nature: Dominica announces programme to protect visitors

Time to start planning a trip to the Caribbean’s Nature Island.

Hike Grenada: Five great walks on the island

Usually eclipsed by spices and beaches, Grenada’s hiking trails are scenic and rewarding.

La Soye: Dominica’s first (unrecorded) European settlement?

If buried treasure still exists, perhaps the Kalinago myth of Spanish bounty in east Dominica is true…

Grenada’s five best wreck dives

Shipwrecks are common off the island of Grenada and have created some unbelievable settings for a dive.