A travel photo from Villa Crespo, Buenos Aires — a highlight of the Graffitimundo tour we did this week.
The UK is a crowded place, but there are still pockets of countryside that are off-the-beaten track and away from the crowds. West Wales is host to many of these areas, such as the Pembrokeshire Coast and the Carmarthen hills.
Travel photo from the Mt Lofty Descent bike tour in Adelaide, South Australia.
Buenos Aires walking tours reveal layers that you just can’t find on your own. We did a half-day walking tour of Buenos Aires with Urban Adventures, and although we’d been to most of the destinations before, I felt like I’d only scratched the surface on previous visits.
Swim with turtles in Samoa – this travel photo shows Linda and friends with a large turtle near the beach.
A stunning portrait of a Hindu devotee during the festival of Thaipusam.
In Adelaide we went spotting dolphins, cruising by shipwrecks and — pictured here — learning more about the mangrove swamps, all by kayak.
A fountain and small plaza at Ameliehaven, Denmark – looking towards the Amelienborg, which sits inside its own small square.
Waiheke Island, Auckland, New Zealand plays host to the annual sculpture exhibition Sculpture on the Gulf. Photo essay of Waiheke sculptures.
Northland, New Zealand is home to the great Kauri tree, Tane Mahuta. Inspired by the name of his vehicle, Craig heads north visiting colonial museums on the way to Waipoua Forest and Tane Mahuta.