The largest of the Cook Islands was Craig Tansley's childhood home and it seems to offer more each time he returns.
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.
Malaysia's third-largest city is bouncing back from ... nothing really.
Aitutaki is the South Seas destination lost in time you've been looking for.
A lot of world records were broken when China's Mission Hills Golf Club was built.
Spring in New Zealand offers visitors more options outside major ski resorts than ski holidays in winter.
Discover a Canadian secret – a gold-rush-era town that's home to the country's most unheralded ski resort.
Sleep on your own mountain top at the highest suite in Canada.
Picassos on the walls and the 16th best golf course on earth, this is a real slice of heaven in New Zealand.
Discover a part of the island that will take you back to a time before tourists invaded.
Craig Tansley sidesteps pumas, piranhas and deadly spiders from a lodge in the middle of the Peruvian Amazon.
It was a final trip to Cape York by 4WD before the Queensland Government lays a bitumen road all the way to the Tip.
Craig Tansley discovers two of the world's best new golf courses are lying empty on the deserted, picturesque coastline of King Island.
Snow & ski
On the right day, this resort boasts similar conditions and terrain to those found in North America, Europe and Japan.
The hill tribes come in a variety of shapes and sizes and with different pursuits in mind. The snow is their common commodity, but they split into packs when it comes to the ways they use it.
Craig Tansley takes on man-eating sharks on a sailing cruise through Tahiti's Society Islands.