Walgain orders me off his mountain as the exploding cars get closer and closer.
Craig Tansley is a freelance travel journalist based in Melbourne who spends far too much of his year on planes. He specialises in islands, ski resorts and adventure.
Just down valley from Aspen is a thriving town with unique lodgings.
One hectare is home to more species of flora and fauna than the forests of Europe and North America combined.
The Gold Coast is in the midst of a cultural revolution, led by its stomach…
Craig Tansley survives a horse ride safari through Patagonia's most remote region to find South America's most authentic gaucho.
Barely 50 kilometres from Hobart, never has a glamping experience felt so remote.
For a heart-thumping African wildlife experience try Mana Pools, where you can "walk" with lions, elephants, buffalo and hippo.
The best fly fishing on earth can be found in an overlooked corner of Patagonia.
There's no safer, nor cleaner – nor more geographically blessed – region on the planet.
Craig Tansley takes one of the planet's last combined cargo/passenger ship rides to the world's most isolated island archipelago.
Not a soul is around and the waves are sublime at this resort in the southern Maldives.
There's really no better spot to be in Brisbane's CBD than here.
Heiva allows its competitors to actually scald themselves with fire.
Trekkers in the lonely reaches of the Himalayas have a fierce single-mindedness about their quest.
Emergency exit rows on Australia's domestic airlines are often located at Row 13.