The beach towns and cliffs of the French region were muse and home to iconic artist Claude Monet.
A young wildlife student visits two beaches to witness the mass nesting of the world's smallest turtle species.
The benefits of bobbing around on, and bathing in, the country's largest lake.
The craggy, coastal region of Alentejo challenges hikers who trade sweat for sunsets.
At this National Geographic Unique Lodge in Sabi Sabi Reserve, experience the action of the wild in your backyard.
A one-time insider revisits Sweden’s port city to find that it is still every bit the ultra-cool alternative musical paradise it used to be.
Summers in Florence go best with creamy, lip-smacking gelatos made using generations-old secret recipes.
The season never demands loyalty to a single destination but for many travellers, it signals a return to their favourite annual refuge.
Temple time, cable car rides, and soaks in sake baths and green tea pools. | By Anjana Vaswani & Kamala Thiagarajan
Walk on living root bridges, trek through rhododendron forests.