Gorgeous photos from an impromptu trip to India: Mumbai, Goa and the peaceful waterways of Kerala.
Blog posts: Photo albums
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There’s no one way to explore this diverse slither of Italy, but as far as a little impromptu train jaunt down the Italian coastline goes, this one is hard to beat.
With the nickname ‘Jewel of the Pacific’ you’d expect Valparaíso to be a sparkling kind of place. And it is: a hive of activity and colour, restaurants and cafés, backpackers, bars and boutique hotels.
Photos from places far, far away from any human-shaped mammals.
Cape Town has a sickening number of beautiful places to watch the sunset from, and topping the list is Lion’s Head. Yes, it’s popular and touristy. But damn is it pretty.
Kigali is often skimmed through as a necessary overnight stop on the way up to see the gorillas: these photos will show why that is a massive mistake.
Known as the ‘ostrich capital of the world’, Oudtshoorn has, well, plenty of ostrich: but it also has absolutely stunning landscapes, nature, and an interesting past and present.
The Rwandan Development Board invited us to cover the annual Kwita Izina (‘gorilla naming’) ceremony this year. Darrel Bristow-Bovey wrote the story and I was sent, along with a small mountain of equipment, to photograph it.
Our colleague and associate editor at CARmag, Sudhir Matai, has been travelling again, this time to Iceland for a new vehicle launch. He took the opportunity to stay on and spent a few days touring this remote and beautiful island. Here are a few highlights of his trip.
Photos from one of South Africa’s hardest pilgrimages: Teagan Cunniffe joined Shembe worshippers to walk barefoot over rocky ground in KwaZulu-Natal.