PLAN YOUR NEXT TRIP
Today's problem isn't about finding information. It's about simplifying it.
Planning a trip can easily become overwhelming. I want to make it easy and simple for you to plan your next trip, whether that's with the kids, on your own, on sabbatical, travelling for business or simply for a weekend away.
TRAVEL TIPS FOR THOUGHTFUL TRAVELLERS
On this page, you'll find travel tips and trip advice arranged by category, as well as some of our best articles on travel.
WHERE TO GO
Start working out where to go with our guide to the best places to visit in the world. We've also got information on specifics, like the best places to travel with a baby, the best spas in the world and the best hiking routes in the world. Even the best wildlife experiences in the world.
HOW TO MAKE IT HAPPEN
HOW TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE
The travel industry is one of the biggest in the world and it's one we're all part of, whether we like it or not. Let's use it to bring the world closer and travel more sustainably. Let's go.
GETTING THE RIGHT GEAR
With the right gear, anything is possible. Hunting for the Northern Lights at minus 40 in the Arctic Circle becomes a joy. Cocktails in Miami, easy peasy. With the wrong gear, everything becomes harder. Despite this being a luxury travel blog, I'm not a big believer in shopping for shopping's sake, nor spending just for the sake of it. What I do know is that the right gear makes almost everything alright. We run in-depth reviews on individual pieces of equipment, but to get started, check out these articles:
Do you prefer to arrange everything yourself? Do you plan in advance or fly by the seat of your pants? Do you use tour guides? Classes? Cruises? Rail journeys, road trips or just hire someone else to organise every last thing for you?
I've done it all and the one thing I've learned is this: everything has its place. Through work, I tried modes of travel that I never would have thought would suit me. Sometimes, they did.
So if you're not sure about a particular way of going about your travels, you may find these helpful: