Dunedin’s Antony Boomer fell in love with India, so wanted to share it with his wife and two boys. He took them on a journey to the southern states of Kerala and Tamil Nadu.
On the back of a significant wartime anniversary, Pam Jones explores the place that began World War 2 for the United States.
A hotel in Japan is defying the digital books trend and appealing to guests who prefer to curl up with a traditional paper book.
The gift of a tropical garden to the world has resulted in an oasis known by some as the Garden of Eden.
American Airlines is getting rid of seat-back screens in its new fleet of domestic Boeing aircraft.
Sandip Hor discovers, the hard way, football is the second religion in Barcelona, Spain.
A Dunedin couple have travelled from Darwin to Iran on postie bikes. Shawn McAvinue caught up with them as they waited for parts in Pakistan before their final push.
Air New Zealand will split its Tokyo services between Haneda and Narita Airports from July next year, offering customers two points of entry into Japan's capital city.
More than 60 million tourists visited New York in 2016, the most ever, attracted by the Statue of Liberty, the 9/11 Memorial, Broadway shows and four-star restaurants.
Julie Orr-Wilson spends the festive season in Hanoi in search of a less tourist-worn path.
Air New Zealand is ditching its once-a-week flight to Norfolk Island.
Kiwis travelling to South Africa will be denied entry at the border unless they travel to Wellington to obtain a visa first.
Kiwis will soon need a visa to visit South Africa, its government has announced in a move that matches a New Zealand government move this year.
Argentina, Cuba and Brazil are among the fastest growing travel destinations for New Zealanders enjoying new air links and a growing appetite to get off the beaten track, according to a House of Travel survey.
Autumn in the Barossa Valley is a season of wonderful afternoons, writes Fergus Blakiston.
For a leisurely look at France, barge travel is the way to go, says Gillian Vine.
Being involved in almsgiving, dining at a floating market and grooming elephants gives an understanding of the charity and commitment inherent in Thai culture, writes Paul Rush.
A new supersonic jet - the fastest aircraft ever built - could take people from Sydney to Los Angeles in less than seven hours.
Poised on the edge of a new chapter in its history, Cuba’s historical hotels stand proud, finds Anabright Hay.
There’s more to Washington DC than politics and presidents, writes Pamela Wade.