The Definitive Brexit Travel Guide for Canadians
When Face-to-Face with Wildlife Abroad, Don't Be an Idiot
How to Travel Responsibly in a "Human Zoo"
How (And Why) to Spend 24 Hours in Novi Sad, Serbia
Seen Them, Been Them: The 11 Types of Expat
How Zika Will Affect Travellers to the Rio 2016 Olympics
The Outpost View: Canmore Kananaskis
Next time you're at a Tiger Temple, remember: If undomesticated animals were meant to be held in captivity, it wouldn’t be called “captivity.”
Brexit could be the biggest travel rupture of the decade. Our travel-industry expert—also a dual Canadian-British citizen—breaks down everything we know right now.
As the U.K. now preps to leave the European Union, travellers should know how the split will affect their travel plans—this summer and beyond.
Wildlife has long been a big motivator for people to venture to certain parts of the world—but getting too close is good for neither human nor beast.
Visiting exotic tribes on organized tours might seem like a golden opportunity, but they only show you one side of the story. By buying in, you're part of the problem.
With immaculate streets, a multicultural identity and the swanky nickname of Little Europe, Novi Sad is Serbia's gateway into Central European style.
Expats are a diverse bunch, but there are some stereotypes that can't be ignored. It begs the question: Are any of them you?
More than 150 scientists are now calling for the Rio 2016 Olympics to be cancelled or postponed because of the Zika virus. So is it still safe to travel to Brazil?
Our indie-travel columnist submitted her book manuscript to roughly 150 publishers, and got rejected roughly 149 times. Here’s what she learned along the way.