Some are long, some are brief but they're all sure to be life-changing in some way.
Ute Junker worked as a magazine editor and TV and digital producer before running away to become a travel writer. She now gets to pursue her passions - including food, history, art, architecture and wildlife - across the globe, and is happy to travel a long way for a coral reef, fine French champagne, or a bathtub with a view.
Journeys don't have to be arduous. They don't even have to take a long time.
There are new frontiers of wellness just waiting to be discovered.
An exotic mix of fruits and spices, from mangos and bananas to tamarind, turmeric and ginger, go into this delicious local product.
For many years, The Emporium in Fortitude Valley was the city's most loved boutique hotel.
"There are 13 primate species in the forest, and we have seen nine of them on the property," my guide tells me.
From helping green cities to tackling the plastic scourge, travel's new breed of eco-warriors are thinking big.
There's so much more to Lake Como than its watery namesake.
Look at your plate as a painter's palate, Kuruvita advises. 'Take a little bit of everything and mix it together.'
From Fiji to Mexico, Thailand to Croatia, these al fresco seaside venues are the places to be.
These size-challenged destinations prove that good things come in small packages.
Meet the cruise companies making the high seas more sustainable.
It also has resort-style features and superior service - what's not to love?
People are travelling to eat and think nothing of getting on a plane to any corner of the country to eat at a three-hat restaurant.
You don't need to go to Africa to enjoy a world-class safari.