Worldwide journeys on planes, boats & trains

By Boat

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A voyage of discovery

Set sail to some of the most far-flung corners of the world, many of which are only accessible by expedition ship. We share our Top Ten. Whether it's Antarctica, the North Pole or a remote MORE…

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Small is beautiful

Get closer to wildlife, spectacular scenery and local culture in some of the world's most dramatic locations, from southern Africa to the Hebrides, from the comfort of a small ship. By Sue Bryant MORE…

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The end of the earth

Whether you want to camp on the ice, kayak with whales or trace the routes of the great adventurers, there's a way to visit the dazzling wilderness of Antarctica. By Minnie Burlton MORE…

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An uncertain future

The condition of marine mammals such as whales is a barometer for the health of our planet, as Angie Butler discovers on a research expedition in Antarctica MORE…

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Slow boat through Burgundy

Sue Bryant explores a sleepy corner of France by luxury barge. Puffing and panting I leaned my bicycle against a mossy stone wall in the hilltop village of Chateauneuf-en-Auxois. MORE…

By Train

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The Romance of Rail

Step back into a bygone era with a train journey across some of the most beautiful and remote regions of the world. By Anthony Lambert. There has always been something romantic about train travel MORE…

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Night train to Narvik

Nicky Gardner and Susanne Kries take one of Europe's most remote and beautiful train journeys, from Stockholm to the snowy far north of Norway. MORE…

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Fit for a king

On a rail journey through the heart of India, Roger Norum experiences faded beauty and endless colonial charm. "There are people in the world who have seen India," our turbaned butler, Prakash MORE…