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Breaking news: Iceland has a new volcanic eruption!

Breaking news: Iceland has a new volcanic eruption!

Breaking news: there is a new volcanic eruption at Geldingadalir in the Reykjanes Peninsula.
Dreaming of California

Dreaming of California

As part of their ‘Am I Dreaming?’ campaign that premiered during the Super Bowl LVI pre-game programming on NBC, Visit California launched an all-new immersive digital experience designed and built by global digital partner, Appnovation. The DREAM Theater website greets users with an idyllic vista of California and entices them to explore a sideways-scrolling journey
The hidden Swedish gems behind those weird IKEA product names

The hidden Swedish gems behind those weird IKEA product names

Bolmen, Järvfjället, Skärhamn, Kallax and Toftan. For years now the world has marvelled at and struggled to pronounce, IKEA product names*. What most don’t realise is that the global furniture giant often names their wares for real places in Sweden. Now Sweden wants to invite the world to visit these fantastic locations. What does a
Short film from Turkish Airlines: First to the Gate

Short film from Turkish Airlines: First to the Gate

Turkish Airlines, the global carrier that flies to more countries than any other airline, has launched a new short film produced in partnership with Zach King. The four-minute film, titled First to the Gate, features the famous illusionist and filmmaker in a race through Istanbul Airport as he competes with his co-star, JJ Carroll, for
Have a fear of flying?  Now you can chat with a pilot...

Have a fear of flying? Now you can chat with a pilot...

Many people who feel afraid of flying often feel alone. They feel like they are alone in their fear, while everyone else is enjoying the flight. This is obviously not true since it’s said that at least one third of people feel uncomfortable about flying, and 16% has a moderate to extreme fear of flying
Another spectacular ad from Emirates

Another spectacular ad from Emirates

Some of you may recall the ad that Emirates ran last August, showing a member of their cabin crew standing atop of the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa. The “We’re on top of the world” advertisement unsurprisingly went viral. In the UK version, which has had more than 7 million views, passengers were welcomed
The future of travel in Greenland

The future of travel in Greenland

Visit Greenland has won “The People’s Voice Award” in the “Travel and Adventure” category of the 2021 Webby Awards with a video that was selected from 13,500 entries across 70 countries. Known for its grand nature, fresh air, and space, and how it is preparing itself for the future of travel after COVID, Greenland is
Wilderness in waiting: 5 unmissable wildlife documentaries

Wilderness in waiting: 5 unmissable wildlife documentaries

‘Wilderness in waiting’ is a four-part weekly series, highlighting Africa’s proud wildlife heritage during the COVID pandemic. Many of Africa’s most critical pressing conservation victories have been won because either an individual or group of like-minded people have dedicated their lives to a critical cause. Many of these are first of their kind projects and thanks
Wildlife documentaries you must watch in lockdown

Wildlife documentaries you must watch in lockdown

With a lot of the world in a state of ‘lock-down’ in one form or another, there is no better time to be transported to Africa from the comfort of your own armchair. Exploring some of our favourite wildlife documentaries will give you hours of entertainment, but may also serve as some inspiration as to
Explore Fairbanks, Alaska on a virtual vacation

Explore Fairbanks, Alaska on a virtual vacation

Grab a front row seat and start your virtual vacation now. Explore Fairbanks is showcasing five brand new virtual experiences including an exhilarating dog sled ride through a snowy pristine forest, a float down the Chena River on that perfect Summer day and a panoramic mountain scene from nearby Murphy Dome. In addition, you can
Top 10 travel documentaries to watch during coronavirus self-isolation

Top 10 travel documentaries to watch during coronavirus self-isolation

As coronavirus restrictions continue to tighten, the days seem to get longer, don’t they? This makes filling the time beyond work with the right kinds of things more important than ever. I’m talking about things that are good for the spirit, things that remind us of the good times, and take our minds beyond these
Top 10 travel movies to watch during coronavirus self-isolation

Top 10 travel movies to watch during coronavirus self-isolation

With COVID-19 restrictions firmly in place and self-isolation a new reality, many of you may be looking for ways to fill the hours at home – especially as the novelty starts to wear thin. While travel is both ill-advised and mostly impossible, there is nothing to stop you engaging in a bit of armchair travelling
Myanmar Pegona Bus

The best travel documentaries on Netflix

Escape into the real world with some of our favourite travel documentaries showing on Netflix. Our globe has more adventure and magic than any fictional show. We have delved into the world of wanderlust to discover astonishing sights waiting to be explored. From the islands of Japan to treasure hunting in South India’s Golconda diamonds
Travel video of the week: Supersonic air travel is finally coming back

Travel video of the week: Supersonic air travel is finally coming back

Supersonic air travel is back. 15 years after the Concorde was grounded, everyone from aerospace companies to NASA to small startups is working to bring back ultrafast civilian aircraft. The Verge takes a look at the engineering challenges that make supersonic flight so difficult, and try to figure out what’s different about this new generation
Travel video of the week: Sentinelese: world's most isolated tribe

Travel video of the week: Sentinelese: world's most isolated tribe

Sentinelese are the world’s most isolated tribe. They are an uncontacted tribe living in North Sentinel Island, one of the Andaman Islands in the Indian Ocean. They vigorously reject all contact with outsiders. The Indian government abandoned altogether their plans to establish contact with Sentinelese. Many believe that it is vital to respect their wish
Easter Island

Travel video of the week: Hidden secrets of Easter Island

Modem archaeological scientists and engineers try and recreate and decipher the mystery of Easter Island’s Moai statues by experimenting with archaic engineering methods and mysterious practices. Curved from stone, the human figures have over-sized heads, often resting on massive rock platforms called ahus, partially buried underground. 1,000 statues exist on the island, 30 feet tall,