Category: Travel

The Swiss train tourists don’t take

The Swiss train tourists don’t take

Rhaetian Railway, Graubunden, Switzerland I floated in a steamy, 38C rooftop pool, watching glints of the sinking copper sun reflect off the Rhäetian Alps. Located in the Canton Graubünden’s town of Samedan, the public,...

The Magic of Haida Gwaii

The Magic of Haida Gwaii

I knew something magical was in store when I arrived at the dock with National Geographic Expeditions  in  Queen Charlotte  and met Linda Tollas, a Haida interpreter and the great-granddaughter of Susan Williams, a legendary matriarch...

Reader Recs: Best Travel Advice Ever

Relive your trip all over again by keeping a journal while you travel. (Photograph by thesoulofhope, Flickr) With a new season of travel just around the corner, we asked our Facebook fans to share...

Know Before You Go: Sochi

Tip: Get into the Olympic spirit by bringing something you can offer to new friends. (Photograph by David DiGregorio) I first fell in love with the Olympics in the summer of ’88. Each morning,...

Best Secret #Ski Towns of North America

Picture of hot springs in Pagosa Springs, Colorado Photograph courtesy  The Springs Resort & Spa Best For: Hot springs lovers and anyone looking to get a jump on early-season powder One of Colorado’s most...

Best Spring Trips 2013

Picture of a person rappeling at Waitomo Caves, New Zealand Picture of the Queen Victoria Inn, Cape May, New Jersey Photograph courtesy  Queen Victoria Bed & Breakfast Cape May, New Jersey’s southernmost county, was spared the wrath of Superstorm Sandy, so it’s business as usual at the Cape May […]

Lenses for Travel

Lenses for Travel

Photo: Island dancers Contributing editor Jim Richardson is a photojournalist recognized for his explorations of small-town life. His photos appear frequently in National Geographic magazine. “I’m going on vacation. What lens should I take?” Well, now, that’s a simple question, and I ought to able to give a simple […]

Travel: The New Fountain of Youth

Travel: The New Fountain of Youth

Sand dunes in the oldest desert on Earth, the Namib (Photograph by m’sieur rico, Flickr) Five hundred years ago, Juan Ponce de León set sail from Puerto Rico–where he had been appointed governor by the...

Making My Way Through Saguenay

Making My Way Through Saguenay

Saguenay Fjord – Quebec, Canada “If you aren’t sure what to do, there are signs everywhere,” our guide said as he concluded his orientation on how to connect our safety harnesses to the cables along...

Business trip: Sydney

Business trip: #Sydney

Park Hyatt Sydney, Hotel The Sydney Fish Market The Darling, hotel, Sydney The Clock Hotel, Sydney Ananas Bar & Brasserie, Sydney Le Pub, Sydney ADGE Apartment Hotel, Sydney The Blue Mountains, Australia The Blue...

Reader Recs: Canada’s Places of a Lifetime

Canada’s Places of a Lifetime

Long Island Lighthouse – Nova Scotia, Canada We asked our readers to fill us in on what we missed in our latest and greatest online feature, “ Canada’s 50 Places of a Lifetime .”...

A much needed ticket to paradise

A much needed ticket to paradise

Ships in the Majuro lagoon, Marshall Islands A stray dog sleeps at a bus stop on Majuro Abandoned cars on Majuro, Marshall Island Sylvester Clement poses by a Japanese tank, Marshall Islands Students at...

Family-Friendly Fun in San Francisco

Family-Friendly Fun in San Francisco

In addition to housing an abandoned prison, Alcatraz Island features the oldest operating lighthouse on the West Coast (Photograph by brianandjaclyn, Flickr) Catch the scenic ferry ride from Pier 33 to Alcatraz Island ,...

A Virtual Photo Walk Through Toronto

A Virtual Photo Walk Through Toronto

At National Geographic Travel we know that our readers are passionate about using cameras to document their adventures abroad and at home. The number of ways we can share our photographs these days can...

Voices of Nassau, Bahamas

Voices of Nassau, Bahamas

Fish Fry Arawak Cay Nassau Bahamas “Nassau is a combination of a tropical island and a bustling city,” said Nassau-born film maker Kareem Mortimer. “But there’s a vibrant local feel that’s often unexplored by...

Our favourite images of the week

Our favourite images of the week

Sydney, Australia, sculpture, beach Dordogne, South France, river, boats, Europe Reykjavik, Iceland Reykjavik, Iceland South California, San Diego, wave coasting, US Southern California, San Diego, US Atlanta, US Havana, Cuba, food, revolution Havana, Cuba,...

Five Of The World’s Most Incredible Castles

Five Of The World’s Most Incredible Castles

Incredible Castles Although we all know fairy tales don’t exist (unless, of course, you’re Kate Middleton), there will always be something magical and intriguing about castles. Whether it is their incredible history, grandeur or...

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