Lonesome George, the famous giant tortoise of the Galapagos Islands—and the last of his species—has died at the estimated age of 100.
All 1,192 islands of the Maldives are set to become a protected marine site by 2017. It’s the first time an entire country has been declared a marine reserve.
Want to know how you can help reduce your carbon footprint, even when booking a vacation? From hiking trails in New Zealand to wildlife sanctuaries in India, these travel destinations will get you thinking beyond that beach trip.
Earth Day held special meaning for our online community at Travel + Escape this April. Find out why in this month’s Letter from the Editor.
The dazzling 2,000-year-old Banaue Rice Terraces in The Philippines are hand-hewn steps leading to the sky. But modern culture is threatening the future of this ancient UNESCO World Heritage site, called the “Eighth Wonder of the World.”
Explore one of the world’s most incredible wildlife wonder destinations through this series photos by Red Hunt.
The Ganges, India’s most sacred river, flows 2,500 kilometres from one end of the country to the other. Fully one-tenth of humanity — one in 10 people on the planet! — depend on the “Ganga” for sustenance and it is in dire need of help.
Kakadu is Australia’s biggest park. Here you can find ancient cave paintings, wildly varying landscapes and scores of mammal and bird species for one-stop wildlife viewing at its best!