WildJunket Magazine June/July 2012

Posted December 7, 2012 by Alberto Molero in

Just before the sizzling heat sets in, this Summer Special issue of WildJunket Magazine inspires with a host of stories from the tropics: from our cover feature on island-hopping in the Philippines, to sailing the Darien Gap from Colombia to Panama and a comprehensive travel guide on Turkey. We’ve also got a long and personal story on walking the Camino de Santiago in Northern Spain by our contributing editor Candace Rardon, as well as a feature on the Mayan roots of Belize and a turbocharged story on mountain-biking the ‘Death Road’ in Bolivia.

We’ve got over 110 pages of travel goodness ranging from features to short travel stories to travel advice. In our Under the Radar department, we feature the former Soviet Union nation of Georgia. Our Feast section brings us to the hypnotizing souks of Marrakech, Morocco, where we get lost in a whirlpool of spices and smells. Our Travel Rant columnist Mike Sowden explains, in his usual humor, why it’s wise to ‘crappify’ your valuables to avoid falling victim to crime when traveling.  Over at our Travel Thoughts section, Candace talks about the “return visit dilemma”. Plus 10 diving trips, a calendar of festivals in June/July and photo contributions from readers!

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Issue #3 (June/July2012):

  • PHILIPPINES: Remote beaches and virgin jungles on 7,107 islands
  • COLOMBIA: Latin flavors in photos
  • BELIZE: Inside the Mayan world
  • SPAIN: Walking the Camino de Santiago
  • TURKEY: From ancient ruins to mountains, our 10-page guide

The rest of Issue #3:

  • Trip Ideas: 10 Diving Trips
  • Under the Radar: Georgia
  • Dispatches: Biking the ‘Death Road’ in Bolivia
  • Just Back: Sailing the Darién Gap
  • Feast: Marrakech, Morocco
  • Stay: Nikoi Island, Indonesia


About the Author

Alberto Molero

Alberto Molero is the co-founder, photographer and designer of WildJunket. As an adventure junkie, he’s fed his adrenaline cravings with scuba-diving trips in Borneo, ice-climbing excursions in Iceland and hiking expeditions in Australia. When he’s not traveling the world, he dreams of living on the beach and going surfing all day.

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