Jola Josie McDoanld is returning from Norway to travel New Zealand and relive her mother's gypsy lifestyle.
Does the thought of hitting the slopes leave you feeling cold? Try these winter activities instead.
There is something magical - and a bit terrifying - about swimming alongside an animal in its own environment.
There's nothing better after a hard day's hiking than some time at the spa followed by a night by the fire.
Kiwis will be snapping up cheap flights and holiday pounds as Brexit adds to a "golden era" of travel.
More than 12,000 people watched the sun rise and celebrated the Northern Hemisphere's longest day of the year.
Nearly 100,000 visitors have tested the yellow fabric walkway on Lake Iseo, Italy, causing it to close at night for repairs.
Fierce knights, ancient cities, gorgeous swimming spots and the odd tortured genius.
Hawaiian food is not all about Spam and macaroni salad served up from the buffet cart at a luau.
If you're stuck in Honolulu, ditch the tourist traps. If you can get out of the city, definitely do - that's where the real Hawaii is.
It was time to be married, and what to do. A white wedding with all the trimmings? Yeah, nah.
With American Airlines now flying from Auckland to LA, here are some ideas for your next visit to the City of Angels.
I round a bend and suddenly spot them on the coastline: 15 towering silhouettes, standing like black giants against a streaky grey sky.
Machu Picchu may be top of the list, but there's something else you shouldn't miss.
Amidst the heat and noise of southern Vietnam, there's both action and tranquility on offer.
A photographer has captured the rare moment plankton surround swimmers and glow in dark waters.
"Ok, put the camera down now... no really, put the camera down!"
On the plane from Nelson to Auckland, the first leg of my journey back to Ghana two weeks ago, I nearly cried.
Beyond the glitz and glamour, there's another side to this Persian Gulf city.
The stone platform which is as long as an Olympic swimming pool and twice as wide was previously unknown.