From the Galapagos to the Great Barrier Reef, there are some destinations you can't keep putting off for a visit, writes Michael Gebicki.
Among a wealth of short forays in fascinating places, Traveller picks some of its favourites.
On the roads less travelled, locals go out of their way to welcome you, writes Ben Groundwater.
The al-Mashtal in Gaza City doesn't have tourists but its existence is a symbol of optimism, writes Harriet Sherwood.
Expecting military checkpoints and religious fanaticism, Andrew Taylor instead discovers a land where culture, nightlife and the beach often take precedence over piety and politics.
What is the least costly way to use mobile phones and email while travelling across three continents?
At a desert pit stop for a billion birds, Deborah Stone discovers an eco-village of geodesic domes and recycled art.
A bar five metres below the Red Sea, a seemingly-transparent urinal that overlooks fellow patrons and a drinking hole staffed entirely by hobbits have made a list of the top 10 weirdest bars and restaurants.