You are invited to a brilliant line-up of entertaining interviews and practical and informative panel sessions from travel experts, writers and high profile personalities at the Royal Geographical Society for two full days of wanderlust-inspiring talks on Saturday 26 and Sunday 27 March 2022.

Condé Nast Traveller will join The Travel Festival on Saturday 26 March, with a panel session spotlighting The World Made Local and a breakout session discussing The Future of Luxury Travel. Listen in as expert panellists share their insight and expertise to ensure you discover the very best places to visit and experiences to try in 2022. There will also be other mini breakout sessions hosted by The Times, The Sunday Times and Wanderlust.

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The full line-up includes:

Benedict Allen: The explorer, writer and filmmaker will be talking about what it means to be an explorer in the 21st century.

Amanda Owen: Aka The Yorkshire Shepherdess will be talking about her book Celebrating the Seasons. Amanda will be in conversation with Pip Stewart, adventurer, writer, filmmaker and author of Life Lessons from the Amazon.

Tharik Hussain: Author, travel writer and journalist will be taking us on a journey into Muslim Europe.

Monisha Rajesh: Author, travel writer and journalist will be sharing her train travel expertise and experiences from her book Epic Train Journeys.

Tour operator Trailfinders and a handpicked selection of their Partner Travel Brands including Exodus, G Adventures and Oceania will be at the festival to bring a wealth of expertise, spanning a wide range of holidays types and destinations. Plus, a select number of tourist boards will also be present to guide your planning and reveal their country’s best-kept secrets.

For full details visit

When: Saturday 26 and Sunday 27 March 2022, 9am-5pm

Where: Royal Geographical Society, 1 Kensington Gore, London SW7 2AR

Book now: One-day tickets are £25 per person (plus £1 transaction fee) and will provide access to all headline theatre sessions, access to travel experts, the opportunity to attend expert-led breakout sessions, plus 15% off Stanfords (t&cs apply). Ticket numbers are strictly limited to 450 per day. To book visit


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