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Digital Subscriptions > Writing Magazine > January 2017 > UK TRAVEL MARKET


A destination for special interest travel

If you are an experienced journalist, guide book author or travel expert then you have the best chance of being published in Wanderlust magazine. If however you can demonstrate writing flair and professionalism you will still be in with a good chance.

Published ten times a year, the magazine aims to cover ‘all aspects of independent, semi-independent and special interest travel’ whilst leaving ‘the crampons and adrenalin stuff to other magazines’. Readership is 50% welleducated females of all ages who are fairly affluent and are active travellers. Readers are mostly British although there are readers in over eighty countries worldwide. Wildlife, trekking and photography are the major interests of the readers.

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