Millions of Australians have booked and paid for overseas travel in the next few months.
Google and GPS have made navigating the world a little easier but at what cost?
Embrace your armchair. Lose yourself in a book or learn a language.
Right now the best and safest thing to do is sit tight and wait for the planet to realign itself. Then we can travel again.
There are ways to make your tent a real home away from home.
Barriers to travel are easily navigated by this adventurer.
Those of us who love to travel are trapped with the itchiest of feet. We're stuck with nowhere to go and no solid end in sight.
Now, more than ever, is a time to remember why we travel and why we love to do so.
Travelling heightens your awareness of people whose lives are less fortunate than your own.
The kids crowded around me holding sheets of cardboard scrawled with messages in every language.
The rate at which coronavirus has spread through cruise ships has been a source of amazement.
Despite travel bans and self-isolating, there is still a way to feed our wanderlust and explore the world beyond our living room.