Natural Habitat Adventure’s Base Camp Greenland, just below the Arctic Circle, is about as far off-the-beaten-track as you can get.
Explore Old Delhi’s Spice Market, India’s busiest and oldest market, with travel writer Diana Russler.
Saving as many of these ancient giants as possible is the passion and commitment of Armando Balestrazzi and his wife, Rosalba, owners of Masseria Il Frantoio, a quaint inn in Puglia, Italy.
The Romans first discovered the thermal springs of Bormio, Italy, over 2,000 years ago and created baths around them. Travel writer Diana Russler finds their popularity was such that even Leonardo Da Vinci came to soak in the hot waters.
Nestled in Peru’s tropical rainforest, where the Ucayali and Marañon Rivers meet to form the mighty Amazon, sits the 8,000-acre Pacaya-Samiria National Reserve. With no roads, the only way to explore is by riverboat but just reaching this remote part of the planet requires effort.