Millions of Australians have booked and paid for overseas travel in the next few months.
Sydney-based writer and photographer, Michael Gebicki has been writing travel articles since 1982 and is Traveller's resident Tripologist.
If you happen to live anywhere near a flight path in one of our major cities, the silence is unusual – and ominous.
The world's fastest train in commercial service takes less than nine seconds to travel a kilometre,
Tina Sibley didn't think twice when she was offered a stamp in her passport to remember her visit to Machu Picchu.
The coronavirus is going to spread regardless of whether you travel or stay home.
The 1200 islands of the Maldives are the world's lowest lying country.
Ever wondered what goes down in a hotel's club lounge? Ever pressed that elevator button for a peek behind the closed doors?
Most diners who experience a full-blooded Isan dish for the first time will leave the table with tears.
With colourful cities, princely palaces, desert forts, men in turbans and women in embroidered saris, India’s biggest state is a delight for the senses.
It’s an astonishing place, this country of ours, and its capacity for the miraculous will leave you lost for words.
Is there anything more delightful, more wondrous to wake up to than a hotel breakfast buffet?
The latest data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) has just been released giving the full picture of where Australians travelled in 2019.
There are many annoying ways to part with your hard-earned travel catch in Italy.
Australians contribute more per capita to aviation CO2 emissions than just about any other nationality. But do we have viable alternatives?
A road death and it's mysterious aftermath is a tale of tragedy, magic, and divine inspiration that could only happen in India.