Travel Intelligence

This month, for the seventh year running, the Go Global Expo returns to Toronto and Montréal. 
Three intrepid travellers share their best tips for losing the jitters and seizing the opportunities.
Looking to connect with fellow adventurers? Here's where to find them.
Kaitlin Ellen Bardswich imagines a world where she doesn’t have to mask being queer while travelling abroad.
For young women in many other cultures, Aunt Flo's arrival brings fear and shame. These organizations are working to change that.
How to avoid scams, keep your cash—and still have fun.
Elephants, freed from the cruelty of Thailand's logging industry, now face an equally grim prospect: Tourism.
As ethical travellers, should we be supporting mega sporting events? 
Verge asks a veteran expedition leader and guide training instructor just what it takes to become a top-notch expedition leader.
If your summer travel plans include playing or working outdoors, know how to recognize, avoid—and get rid of—these dangerous hitchhikers.
Which shots do you really need? It depends not only on where you're going, but also what you'll be doing there. Part two of a two-part series.
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