Additionally in Issue Six, we take a slow boat through the Cyclades in Greece and forage along Wales’s glorious Pembrokeshire coast. Fabulous local food – and wine – is also a key part of a visit to South Australia, and we focus on the rejuvenation of the historic city of Boston.
In South Greenland, our writer joins one of the first polar bear watching tours, getting an unforgettable glimpse of these huge predators. Wildlife is also the theme of our Cayman Islands article where we investigate the turtle release and conservation programmes. This is also the theme of our Chile feature where pumas are stealing the limelight.
Our two photo essays show off two equally striking but very different landscapes: we head along the storm-lashed coastline of Brittany and Normandy in France, while our other photo essay leads us into the heart of the Sahara in Algeria.
Finally, we also showcase some of the stunning entries of the inaugural JRNY Magazine World Travel Photography Awards in a multi-page photo essay.