In this issue of Wanderlust magazine

Madagascar

Most travellers neglect the far north - writing it off as a beach destination - we venture there to discover lemurs, limestone and local life

Camino de Santiago

Want to tackle Spain's Camino de Santiago pilgrimage trail but only have a week to spare? Do the last 100km and skip the albergues to earn eternal forgiveness in unsaintly luxury... PLUS: Other paths to enlightenment from around the world

Bhutan

Join us as we trek homestay-to-homestay to discover unspoilt valleys and villages where life hasn't changed for decades

Best River Cruises

From drifting the backwaters of India to fording the Amazon's remotest reaches and ploughing the Mekong - we show you the best way to access the places the roads don't reach. Also includes: Rhine, Kerala, Nile, Danube, Yangtze, Chobe, Irrawaddy, Mississippi, Volga, Rhone, Murray, Caledonian Canal, Douro and Columbia

Wanderlust Travel Photo of the Year - Winners Revealed!

From the thousands of awe-inspiring images you sent in we reveal who is heading on a photo commission to Thailand and showcase all the finalists in 13 glorious pages


March 2017 issue • On sale from 9 February

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Wanderlust Photo of the Year 2016

If you've got an amazing photo that you've taken somewhere on your travels, enter it into the 2016 Wanderlust Photo of the Year competition and you could win a photo commission to Thailand or £3,000 cash.

See the winners for 2016 here

What will you win?

You're heading to Thailand...

Each category winner in the Amateur entries will win a photo commission to Thailand. The winner of the Portfolio category will win £3,000!

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Meet the sponsors

Introducing this year's sponsors...

Meet the sponsors of this year's Wanderlust Travel Photo of the Year competition, with prizes being donated by Tourism Thailand and Nikon

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Previous winners

See last year's amateur winners

We had an outstanding number of entries last year for the Wanderlust Photo of the Year - check out the amateur winners here

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Discover more at GreenThailand.co.uk

7 ethical elephant experiences in Thailand

It’s common knowledge that elephants in Thailand are often abused and tortured for human gain. These responsible elephant experiences swerve well away from these practices, offering a natural way to get up-close to these incredible creatures

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7 dos and don’ts of Thai cultural etiquette

Thai culture contains a myriad of customs – both acceptable behaviours and faux pas. Take a step in the right direction with these seven know-before-you-go tips

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6 things NOT to do in Thailand

There are good green practices and poor green practices when you’re a traveller, and each country comes with their own set of eco-rules. Here’s what you shouldn’t do as a visitor in Thailand

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Experience the simple life on a new eco-trek into remote Chiang Mai

Wanderlust’s Online Editor Graeme Green enjoys the simple life, hiking with local people between remote forest villages in Thailand’s far north, as part of a new ecotourism trip

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Fancy an alternative beach break in Thailand?

Millions of people flock to Thailand's beaches every year, but this puts a strain on its beautiful coast. Organisations across the country are working to preserve its pristine white sands – here's how you can get involved too

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