Some call it the ultimate travel bible, others love it for the incredible photography, while Bill Bryson declared: "There simply isn't a better magazine for the serious traveller."

Since 1993, Wanderlust magazine has been helping discerning travellers escape the crowds and seek out the most unique cultures, wildlife and activities around the globe - making it the ultimate magazine for independent-minded, curious travellers.

Wanderlust was launched in 1993 by Paul Morrison and Lyn Hughes, who schemed the project on a flight to Ecuador.  Frustrated by the absence of a publication combining the right mix of wildlife, activities and cultural insight - not to mention inspirational writing and photography - the couple decided to produce a magazine packed with truly impartial information and fresh ideas.

Still proudly independent, the multi-award winning Wanderlust is the leading magazine for adventurous and authentic travel; we can promise a set of itchy feet with every issue of Wanderlust delivered straight to your door. Once you've poured over pages of inspiring destination guides, enviable readers' stories and advice features on how to get the most from your adventures, you'll be packing your bags and setting off inspired.

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