How close is too close to a great white shark?
It might sound daunting, but Kakadu is the best place for learning to stand - and walk - on your own two feet.
Nothing beats being greeted like a star when you're hot, sweaty and covered in dirt on Papua New Guinea's main cycling route.
Going to a kava bar in Vanuatu is like going to a corner pub after a hard day's work.
A tailor who ordered a bale of cloth unwittingly triggered a chain of events that led to 260 villagers dying.
Spies and computers - what could there be to dislike at Bletchley Park?
This fragrant pocket on the Côte d'Azur is only a short sniff from Nice and Cannes, writes Keith Austin.
It's easy to see why this cheeky British seaside resort lures thousands of visitors every year.
NZ has an unusual advantage for NYE: it's one of the few places where you get the chance to replay the occasion.
This is the "Everest of sea kayaking," but the day's peak experience will have nothing to do with a high mountain.
Rocky Mountain National Park is celebrating record numbers of visitors as it marks its 100th anniversary.
You're trapped in a basement, frantically searching for clues to root out a spy defector and time is running out...
Vancouver consistently ranks as one of the world's most livable cities and many of its most beautiful attractions are free.
In Alberta's high country the Rockies march shoulder to shoulder flanking the road, peaks bristling, glaciers sparkling.
Everyone warns you Old Havana is a facade, but it's impossible not to be taken by its charms, writes Bradley Klapper.
There's only one way to spend a night in one of the world's most spectacular places.
I was following one of Africa's most mythic, and historic, trading routes: the road to Timbuktu.
Once crippled by famine and drought, Ethiopia has moved on from its dark past, discovers Jill Worrall.
Russian shoppers are staying away from the Dubai Shopping Festival, but visitors from elsewhere are still coming.
Iran is a destination with more to offer than you might think - you just have to ask, writes Mike O'Connor.