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The pandemic has stalled tourism across the world. But in Africa the situation is profoundly precarious. When will we be able to go back? And, crucially, what will be the right way to do so?
Plans to make 2020 a ‘year of tourism’ have been dashed but if visitors do return, treasures await
An off-the-radar Costa Rican eco-lodge is like freediving into a “state of grace”
Journeying to the spectacular desert heart of a long-troubled state
Sophy Roberts on a beloved Himalayan retreat that she longs, one day, to revisit
For travel writer Sophy Roberts, the still point of her constantly turning world is a small stretch of the Jurassic Coast
Instagram has opened a cultural window to Ghana and its coastal neighbours. But it’s nothing compared to a real-life tour.
How the quest for long forgotten instruments played out as a literary adventure in Russia’s far east
A region long synonymous with exile and imprisonment is now attracting willing — and wealthy — visitors
A trip guided by architects, academics, chefs and curators takes visitors beyond the beaten track
Beloved Spanish retreat Trasierra has become the starting point for a mesmerising horseriding safari
South African billionaire Koos Bekker has spent six years turning a historic English mansion into a country house hotel
From a boutique retreat in Nairobi to the streets of downtown Nuuk, FT writers pick their best destinations of the year
Inspired by TV shows, a new trip offers the Robinson Crusoe experience to tourists
Obscured by the fame of its dazzling winter festival is a thrusting metropolis with a fascinating Russian past
Hotel insider: an exuberant conversion of a former maharaja’s residence — far from Rajasthan’s tourist trail — delights Sophy Roberts
Camping in a traditional nomad’s tepee, Sophy Roberts gets a glimpse into the lives of the Nenets
A much-anticipated island resort hopes to pioneer a new type of indulgent but adventurous beach break
Deep in the Russian wilderness, an expert on this rare beast has opened his research base to visitors. But with only 500 left in the wild, would Sophy Roberts spot one?
Adventures for thrill-seeking families in a little-visited corner of Patagonia
A new organisation focuses not on luxury and wildlife-spotting but on protecting remote areas and communities
A year after opening a hotel in London’s Shard, Shangri-La has another glass skyscraper — the latest marker in the transformation of Ulan Bator
Jacques Cousteau’s son has opened a dive school on a private island — and it is ideal for children
A new resort hopes to offer an alternative to bland Caribbean hotels, becoming a cultural hub for the local community with a golf course that doubles as an organic farm
The islands off the coast of Papua New Guinea receive few visitors but a luxury cruiser now allows adventurers to explore