Right place, right time
When to be where in Spain, Portugal, Latin America and Antarctica
Up in the Douro it’s grape harvest; sunny blue skies and early fall colors on the vines make it perfect for walking and wine.
With sunny days on the plains and cooling breezes by the sea, we have a green light to get our boots back on for this cross-country walk.
Camino de Santiago
As the heat eases across the north, our cherry-picked Camino walks are a delight, with warm, sunny weather prevailing throughout.
The grapes are at their plumpest as harvest season begins - a scenic and sunny time for this walk in Rioja's valleys and vineyards.
Migratory flamingos, storks and spoonbills gather en masse in the lagoons and marshes of Doñana's National Park. See them on this trip.
It's plenty warm enough for a dip in the sea once you've walked out from the volcanic forests across the plains to the Costa Brava.
It's not guaranteed, but if the dry deserts are to become covered in a sea of colorful exotic flowers, it'll be right around now.
Santiago de Chile
Celebrate Independence Day with the locals on 18th September before heading through the cultural heartland of central Chile.
Humpbacks are at their peak off the south Pacific. On the Caribbean, you may see the vast raptor migration, plus lots of turtles.