Six global wanderers reveal their ultimate destinations.
Candy sands, disappearing waves, transformed trolls - if life's a beach, these are its strangest days.
A new frontier for keen surfers is the land of fire and ice-cream headaches, writes Sam Vincent
From gigantic whale penises to speck-sized field mouse testicles and lampshades made from bull scrotums, Iceland's small Phallological Museum has it all -- and recently put its first human member on display.
Iceland's volcanoes gained notoriety last year for their ash-spewing ability to ground airlines and make a mess. But they also pay their dues, drawing tourists eager to see the source of the chaos.
On the deserted Route 1, Amelia Hill takes a farmstay road trip past steaming pools, volcanoes and glaciers.
Rupert Mellor tours the remote Westfjords by yacht for some hard-core ski-hiking — and basic crochet.
It may be icy and isolated but this volcanic hotbed impresses with its beauty, writes Mark Juddery.