Wanderlust is the UK’s leading magazine for independent-minded and adventurous travellers. Founded in 1993, Wanderlust combines the right mix of wildlife, activities and cultural insight – not to mention inspirational writing and photography – packed with truly impartial information and fresh ideas.
How far can you travel on £250? How about a week on Spain’s Camino de Santiago, a long weekend In Jordan, or six days in Kosovo or Morocco – just a handful of the budget adventures undertaken by Wanderlust readers for our 25 trips under £250 special feature. Find out how they all got on (including one rescue by coast guard) in our trial issue.
Also in the trial issue are two true trips of a lifetime: a 14-page guide to visiting Antarctica, and TV naturalist Mark Carwardine’s account of meeting mountain gorillas in Uganda.
Plus, exploring Israel, walking the new Wales Coast Path, city guides to Calcutta and Vilnius, and a visual guide to taking a Japanese steam bath (remember: naked is normal!).
Enjoy articles on…
A Bavarian Road Trip
We take a trip through south Germany in search of the fairytale castles of King Ludwig II
Africa’s Secret Safaris
Where to find Africa’s top wildlife and conservations success stories but without the crowds
Trip Planner to the Mayan World
In Mexico and Central America, the traditions and cultures of the Mayan World still survive – we tell you
where to go and where to experience the top historical sites
Literary Deep South USA
From F Scott Fitzgerald’s Alabama to the New Orleans of Tennessee Williams, we visit the haunts of the
giants of US literature
Pearl fishing was a staple of life across the Arabian Gulf for millennia and you can still find its legacy in
Swedish outdoor living
A visit to the Omberg region of rural Sweden brings the Nordic concept of friluftsliv to life
Hidden USA: Kentucky
Indigenous culture: the Philippines
British break: Herefordshire
Off-the-grid: Quebec City
European short break: Riviera di Ponente, Italy
World Heritage: Sacred grove of Yorubaland, Nigeria
WanderSleeps: Top places to stay in Rio de Janeiro
World Food: Portugal