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80,000 cruise workers are stuck at sea. This Kiwi jumped ship.
Can a virtual experience live up to a real life one? It's possible.
New York Times: How the industry will change after the pandemic.
Last year Croatia was dealing with the effects of overtourism. Now it's a different story
Travel agents are busier than ever due to Covid-19, but are effectively working for free.
How to tie a knot, how to bake a loaf, how to dance a jig, and how to just relax.
It's Mother's Day with a twist.
Setting off to seek his fortune, he found a route to the future.
There have been few coronavirus cases, but the pandemic has still hit tourism hard.
Souvenirs that once seemed pointless are now bringing the love of travel closer than ever.
How do Pacific Island fit in a trans-Tasman bubble?
Have you brewed kombucha, and kept a sourdough starter alive? You're ready to level up.
Griff Rhys Jones is spellbound on an epic journey across the great Australian outback.
Comment: Auckland War Memorial Museum will open its doors again and help our city recover.
Here no one passes up the chance to watch a film, let alone see one being made.
How to spot a kiwi in the wild (when you're a Kiwi in captivity).
Local surf breaks will provide a wellbeing boost for many New Zealanders.
What happens in government quarantine? Three course meals and claustrophobia.
Creative ways to keep the travel dreams and memories alive.
While we're forced to stay put, we look back at the travels that made us who we are.
The modern Kiwi connections keeping the Anzac memory alive on the Western Front.
Flanders is mute testament to those who were young, not for long but forever.
Turn confinement into the ultimate luxury staycation.
It helps to think we're sleeping underneath the same big sky.
If we want the travel industry to survive for the future, consumers must be flexible now.
How to see the highlights of the Louvre, when you can't get there for yourself
Some of the change we face in the next year will be tough. Some will be lovely.
The New York Times: 1820, Italy, typhus rages and Keats is so-near-so-far from shore.
The avid travellers couldn't go on their dream trip, so they Photoshopped it instead.
Ahead of Easter weekend, these books, shows and movies will keep your travel dreams alive.
While we're forced to stay put, we're looking back on the travel trips of our lifetimes.
In need of a change of scenery? Bring the campground to you.
Tips from around the world to make lockdown more manageable.
The New York Times: Take a vicarious vacation in front of your TV.
COMMENT: I'd like to propose a return to the good old Kiwi holiday.
It's time to quit complaining and start dreaming of holidays to come.
Steve Braunias on his favourite writer from the so-called "golden age" of travel writing.
The New York Times: Looking for a travel fix online? We're virtually there already.
The New York Times: Deals too good to resist were a prelude of things to come.
Usually money making machines, New Zealand's major airports are showing signs of distress.
Let's holiday in NZ while we wait, wash and wonder when we can start travelling again.
On a hunt for the Northern Lights, there are many enchanting distractions along the way.
47 great books and movies for when you can't leave home but want to be somewhere else.
Greg Bruce dreamt of a fun family day out. It didn't quite work out that way.
The Travel team choose their favourite spots to enjoy the earth's most precious resource.
A remote getaway perfect for a rugged Outback experience with a few luxuries thrown in.
We track down Ireland's top local food experiences with the freshest ingredients.
Home to lakes and fells, winding bays...and Gollum?
I'd never experienced such a situation, but I'd also never been to a place like Ireland.
A tiger safari proves the highlight of a trip to India.
The New York Times: A dream journey through the Silk Road.
No matter how relaxing your holiday, beachwear won't fly when you're trying to fly.
Whanganui couple have taken the good with the bad amidst Italian coronavirus outbreak.
The neighbourhoods of Redfern and Chippendale are virtually unrecognisable to a decade ago
Competitive fares made it worth splashing out for a Business Class flight to London.
Packed with adventure, natural beauty and local flavour.
The wildlife is on your doorstep (and sometimes in your room) at this luxury hideaway.
Anchovies, mosques and art in Malaysia
Going overland in the water wonderland
How to reduce your carbon footprint when travelling by motorhome