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The fourth issue of Voyagers Voice is out

The fourth issue of Voyagers Voice is out. A new journey is about to begin. We will take you off the routes of mass tourism to discover countries rich in history and culture.

The journey begins in Afghanistan.

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Buzkashi, the national sport of Afghanistan. Photo credit:Nasim Dadfar

From Afghanistan to Peru

Authentic Afghanistan will tell you the troubled history of this fascinating country, from the Persian Empire to the Islamic Republic.

We will then pop into Peru. Kindle Journeys will present you the bestseller The Peru Reader, one of the most interesting and complete books on this multi-ethnic and colorful country.

Travel and accessibility in the fourth issue of Voyagers Voice

Then, you will find FreeTourRevolution‘s interview with an exceptional traveler, Raquel Fernandez. Raquel is a Spanish travel blogger. In her blog silleraviajera, she mainly tells what it means to travel in a wheelchair. In the interview, she explains which cities are the most and least accessible. And also which travels she has loved the most.

Photo credit: Antoine Plüss

From Uganda to Nepal

We will then take you to Uganda, the Pearl of Africa. Over 56 tribes live here, each with its own customs. Find out more in the Wild Route Safaris article.

We will then stop in Nepal. About 123 languages are spoken in the country. Travel Umpire will tell you about the cultural differences present, including the hard condition of women.

One of the most beautiful villages in Italy

Finally, our Italian collaborator from Villa Vetrichina will take you for a walk around San Casciano dei Bagni. It is located in the rolling hills of the Tuscan countryside and is known for its thermal baths. 

Photo contests of the fourth issue of Voyagers Voice

In the fourth issue of Voyagers Voice, you will also find many photos of our readers. And also the photos selected for the Share the moment contest. 
Finally, the cover is the winning photo of the Cover photo contest: Great Ocean Road Sharon in Australia by Sharon Waugh.

Author: Giulia Carosi

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