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Video: Australia’s top things not to miss
Video: Australia’s top things not to miss

Squeezing all of Australia into one trip would be impossible: there are mountains to climb, rainforests to hike through and vibrant cities to explore. Here’s our list of the top things not to miss in Australia, from the rust-red Outback to golden, surf-swept beaches. Explore more of the world with the Rough Guides YouTube Channel. …

In the footsteps of Gabriel García Márquez: a tour of Colombia
In the footsteps of Gabriel García Márquez: a tour of Colombia

Following in the footsteps of legendary author Gabriel García Márquez, James Rice takes us on a literary tour of Colombia. Gabriel García Márquez, the acclaimed Colombian novelist who died in April 2014, never considered his stories as magical as others supposed. Amused that he was always praised for his inventiveness, he once said: “The truth…

Video: 18 things not to miss in Cyprus
Video: 18 things not to miss in Cyprus

From ancient ruins to beautiful beaches, Cyprus has a multitude of incredible things to see and do. Whether you’re after a challenging hike, fancy some wildlife spotting or want to go diving, this sun-kissed country will deliver. Here are our top things not to miss in Cyprus:  Explore more of the world with the Rough…

Surprises in the salt flats of Bolivia
Surprises in the salt flats of Bolivia

The blindingly white expanse of Bolivia’s Salar de Uyuni is one of South America’s most spectacular sights, but few travellers venture beyond the classic tour circuit. Shafik Meghji hadn’t planned to either until violent snowstorms and gale force winds forced him off course. He was rewarded with ancient tombs, hidden lagoons, surreal rock formations –…

Three essential travel photography tips I learned in the Forest of Dean
Three essential travel photography tips I learned in the Forest of Dean

Lottie Gross takes her DSLR to the Forest of Dean to learn how to take great travel pictures in beautiful but challenging surroundings. I met my photography teacher, David Broadbent, at the edge of the Severn Estuary, where an ugly mix of sand and grey water reached out to the horizon and two nuclear power stations, one…

Studying abroad: the experiences
Studying abroad: the experiences

In our first two articles in this travel series we looked at the growing number of people choosing to study abroad – either on quick one-week trips or exciting year-long adventures. We also delved into some of the opportunities for making a difference through medicine, and gave tips on funding a foreign trip of your own.…

Ten of the best GoPro videos
Ten of the best GoPro videos

Since GoPro was founded in 2004, they’ve been part of a new generation of camera brands inspiring photographers to capture the world from a new angle. Today there’s a huge range of small and versatile waterproof cameras on the market, which can be remote controlled and mounted on everything from surfboards to guitars, and the scope…

Going Tribal on Tanna Island, Vanuatu
Going Tribal on Tanna Island, Vanuatu

After leaving Rough Guides to go and explore some of the Pacific’s tiniest islands, Kia Abdullah discovers serenity and adrenaline on Tanna Island in eastern Vanuatu.  Port Resolution Yacht Club – the name alone evokes vistas of bejewelled starlets sipping cocktails by a Monaco pier. It’s elegant, glamorous, refined – but also a bit of…

Kia / 02.10.2014
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