Love is in the air and we’ve got destination suggestions for couples, solo travellers, friend groups and big-hearted adventurers
Can food be the reason why Bhutan is the happiest nation in the world? Nellie Huang goes to the Himalayan nation to find out.
Gazing into our crystal ball (and consulting our global panel) forecasts a more purposeful and intentional travel year ahead
Phallic paintings and souvenirs are a source of humour for tourists. But what’s behind it?
Bhutan has maintained its status as a place like no other — partly by making happiness a national priority.
Got a trek planned? Nellie Huang shares her training regimen and packing list for trekking in Bhutan.
Do you suffer from boring travel photo syndrome? Don’t worry! Travel photographer Peter West Carey’s got your cure!
Travel photographer Peter West Carey shares his tips on how to make meaningful connections through photography.
Follow along with Wanderer-in-Residence Nellie Huang as she takes a happy turn around Bhutan.
Photographer Peter West Carey takes us to Bhutan to see traditional masked dance - just one of the many beautiful things this Himalayan kingdom has to offer. Feast your eyes on this!
Our Wanderers in Residence have come together once again to put together their picks of travel destinations for 2014. Scroll through and get inspired to see some of this big beautiful planet of ours
This small Himalayan country has managed to quietly stay off the radar for many travellers, but those in the know – and those looking for their own piece of spirituality – are aware that Bhutan’s got a ton to offer
Calm at first, the atmosphere is soon broken with loud shouts and the sound of hands slapping, feet stomping. With each passing moment, the typically calm group grows more raucous, vocal and seemingly violent toward each other
Veteran Adventurer and Photographer Paul A.Teolis and his experience at the Thimpu Tsechu and the Thangbi Mani religious festivals in Bhutan
Meet Paul Teolis and learn how this multi-faceted travel photographer stumbled into his ever growing career, now having visited and photographed over 40 countries.