Hunting for chimps, getting very close indeed to mountain gorillas… and learning the Buja boogie.
Adventure travel ideas by travel writer Jeremy Head
The best way to explore the Sahara desert in Tunisia is to take a camel safari. Sleep out under the stars at night and plod gently through the sands by day.
5000 miles, 5 time zones – across vast plains, dusty deserts and the Siberian wilderness, all the way from Moscow to Beijing.
It’s just a few miles from Jerusalem to Bethlehem. Because of the separation wall, they are worlds apart.
The ultimate way to experience arctic winter. Just you, the hush of the sled’s skis and the patter of the dogs’ feet.
How do you like your elephants? This remarkable beast was old, wild and one-eyed.
Amazing wreck dives, deserted beaches, underground rivers and undiscovered tribes await on Palawan island.
With its frozen lakes and spirit beliefs, Karelia feels like a land from a children’s story – apart from the snowmobiles.
It’s Indiana Jones v Bridget Jones! He wants adventure, she wants beach. Mexico offers the best of both worlds.
Albania was a Europe’s last Communist state. Now it offers spectacular countryside, cultural treasures and amazing value.