A hike through history: climbing Le Morne Brabant

Exploring the island’s natural history and slave-trade past, Neal Sullivan summits the most iconic mountain in Mauritius.

“The Most Beautiful Country in the World”: Kyrgyzstan’s natural splendour

With stupefying landscapes to explore, marked by the remnants of ancient tribes and Silk Road travellers, Kyrgyzstan is the perfect place to roam wild.

The best hiking areas in Taiwan

Taiwan’s vast range of scenic trails makes it an ideal country for hiking. Here are five of our favourites.

Introducing the Alpe-Adria Trail: Europe’s hottest new hiking route

Don those hiking boots and explore some of Europe’s most spectacular scenery.

A hiker’s paradise: 5 of the best Northumberland walks

When it comes to walks, Northumberland has almost too much on offer.

Phoebe Smith’s favourite small hills in Wales

Discover the best hillwalking spots away from the crowds.

The best walking routes in Switzerland

Explore some of the most dramatic Swiss landscapes on foot with five of its top walks. 

Size isn’t everything: the best small hills in England

Phoebe Smith picks five of her favourite small hills in England that all the family can enjoy.

Pint-sized peaks: the best small hills in Scotland

Forget measurements: when it comes to hillwalking, height really doesn’t matter.

Getting outdoors in Exmoor

A melting pot of landscapes and history, Exmoor is ripe for outdoor exploration. 

Getting off the beaten track in Zimbabwe

Make your trip to Zimbabwe even more special with some of these lesser-known destinations

Five reasons to visit Ladakh and Zanskar

From trekking through dramatic mountain scenery to tracking the elusive ‘Ghost of the Himalaya’, Ladakh and Zanskar boast plenty of travel highlights.

Malawi: the land beyond the lake

Malawi is famed for its eponymous lake, but what else should be on your to-do list when visiting the country?

What have we done?

Hilary Bradt, founder of Bradt Travel Guides, reflects on the pros, cons and ultimate ambiguity surrounding cultural tourism.

A weekend in the Faroes – Tórshavn, wild landscapes & seabirds galore

Weekend flights to the Faroe Islands are now a staple in Edinburgh Airport’s schedule, so what more do you need to spend a few days in one of Europe’s most underrated destinations?