Editorial Features - Page 4

From rampaging elephants in Thailand to naked motorbike riding in Cambodia. We round up the strangest travel news from the last 7 days.

As Denmark becomes the latest country to formally claim ownership of the North Pole, Daniel Fahey recounts the bizarre tale of Arctic exploration so far.

An otherworldly land of volcanoes, salt flats, blue lagoons, deserts and canyons – Coralie Modschiedler reports from north Argentina’s undiscovered Salta province.

Which traveller taboo has Jay-Z been snapped enjoying? And what did one desperate passenger tweet to Virgin Trains? Find out in our weekly quiz.

Looking to beat the January blues? Inspiration is just a mouse click away as we round up the best places to visit this March, from glugging golden suds in Reykjavik to superior snow skiing in Hokkaido, Japan.

In our first readers' travel photography competition, we asked for your best travel snaps of 2014. From bustling cityscapes to unusual sights and animal encounters, we reveal our top 3 readers' photos of 2014.

Which city parties the hardest on NYE? And what new service is one tourist agency offering women? Find out in our quiz, rounding up the best travel news from the last 7 days.

In the third of our Best Of 2014 series, we revisit our strangest moments of the year, from fist-fighting in Peru to catapulting pumpkins in Delaware via an island colony that went all Lord of the Flies.

A rugged, working class city best known for making cars and brewing beer, Plzeň will take its crown as European Capital of Culture in 2015. Gavin Haines finds the Czech city a worthy heir.

Why was Kim Jong-un disappointed with North Korea's new ski resort and what body part was unwittingly depicted in a tourist map of Berkhamsted? Find out in our end of year travel quiz.

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