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Infographic: 50 Most Popular Tourist Destinations

Every Wednesday, we feature a new infographic related to travel – ranging from fun facts to airline news. This week we find out which are the 50 most popular tourist destinations in the world. We were surprised to see t...


Travel News: British Couple Killed in Thailand While On Round-the-World Bike Trip

Last Wednesday, a British couple on a round-the-world cycling tour were killed in an accident in Thailand. Peter Root and Mary Thompson were both artists, aged 34 from Guernsey in the Channel Islands. They’d set off on ...



Infographic: Fun Facts About Mount Kilimanjaro

Every Wednesday, we feature a new infographic related to travel – ranging from fun facts to airline news. This week we learn more about Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, Africa. According to the infographic, Mount Kilimanjar...


Time-Lapse Video: Beauty of Taiwan

This time-lapse video of Taiwan by DiscoverFormosa shows the country’s immense beauty — from mountains to salt lakes and bustling cities. Here’s a quote from the production team. “The island of Taiwan is...



Featured Photo: Praying At the Wailing Wall, Jerusalem

Photograph by Alberto Molero Jews seek solace at the Western Wall, also known as the Wailing Wall. Since the temple was destroyed by the Romans, Jews have gathered here day and night to moan their loss. Now, it serves as one of...


WildJunket Magazine Spring 2013 Issue Now Available For Free

Welcome to the launch of this new magazine website! To coincide with this launch, we’re very excited to announce that WildJunket Magazine Spring 2013 issue is now available for FREE here. You no longer need to go through...



Photo Essay: China’s Matriachal Kingdom

By Tracy Zhang | Originally published in  WildJunket Magazine Issue 5 (Winter 2012) ne night after I turned 13, I rowed across the lake to her house. It was 2am when I knocked on her window. But she didn’t let me in. I...


Sensory Overload in Morocco

By Nellie Huang | Originally published in WildJunket Magazine  Berber man dressed in a red tunic, with a monkey on his shoulder, approaches me, “Photo, Miss?” I politely decline with a smile and snake my way through the l...



The Land of Fire and Ice

  Originally published in WildJunket Magazine Issue 5 (Winter 2012)  eft, right, ice sticks in; Left, right, feet up. First sling each axe into the wall of ice, then kick the foot spears into the wall. It looked easy en...