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Our latest NGTI issue is an ode to the roads—familiar and lesser known. We've got a couple's account of driving through rain and shine in Slovenia, a traveller's tale of traversing Arunachal Pradesh's highways, and an exhaustive guide of 9 campervan circuits that you can undertake across India. This edition also maps Philadelphia's artistic soul, and bundles an exclusive interview with Laurie Woolever—the late Anthony Bourdain's close associate and the co-author of his last book, World Travel: An Irreverent Guide.

THE BEAR TRUTH

UKRAINE’S BEAR SANCTUARY DOMAZHYR IS A HAVEN FOR RESCUE WILDLIFE, AND AN ECO-EDUCATIONAL CENTRE FOR VISITORS

THE BEAR TRUTH

1 min

The Mountains Are Calling For Help

A fragile Himachal Ecology, cornered by climate change, mindless tourism and unplanned development,is begging for intervention

The Mountains Are Calling For Help

7 mins

PATHS UNKNOWN WITH LAURIE WOOLEVER

ANTHONY BOURDAIN’S LIEUTENANT ON CO-AUTHORING A BOOK WITH HIM AFTER HIS DEATH, THE TONY LEGACY, AND SPONTANEITY V/S PREPARATION IN TRAVEL

PATHS UNKNOWN WITH LAURIE WOOLEVER

10+ mins

WEEKENDER HARKING BACK TO SHERKIN

Even during Covid times, Sherkin Island—a tiny community off the coast of West Cork, Ireland—remains a magnet for unconventional, artistic types  

WEEKENDER HARKING BACK TO SHERKIN

6 mins

Best List: Hong Kong's Swanky Sleepovers

Between the steely skyscrapers and lush greenery, Hong Kong’s hotels are some of the finest in Asia, and with new openings and revamps across the city, the hotel scene is more spectacular than ever before 

Best List: Hong Kong's Swanky Sleepovers

6 mins

Vanderlust

Indians are back on the road and we have the 9 coolest campervan circuits across the country for every traveller

Vanderlust

8 mins

Rain in Slovenia's Plains

Driving from Ljubljana through to Bled and Bohinj, two happy campers hike, canoe and amble along until weather plays spoilsport

Rain in Slovenia's Plains

6 mins

Arunachal's Thunder Road

A 10-day journey along the Trans-Arunachal Highway puts a writer’s driving to the test, revealing one surprising twist after another

Arunachal's Thunder Road

7 mins

ROOM AT THE TOP

The mountain property’s humble hospitality is an invitation to experience the local way of life

ROOM AT THE TOP

5 mins

OF SALT & STARS

THE DRAMATIC MOONSCAPES OF CHILE’S ATACAMA DESERT ARE ANYTHING BUT VACANT. DOTTED WITH RUINS AND RICHLY TATTOOED WITH ANCIENT PETROGLYPHS, THIS HIGH-ALTITUDE PLAYGROUND, POPULAR WITH ADVENTUROUS TRAVELLERS, IS ALSO A REPOSITORY OF STORIES. HIKE INTO MINERAL-COATED CANYONS AND CAMP OUT UNDER BRILLIANT NIGHT SKIES TO DISCOVER HOW THIS ARID LANDSCAPE OFFERS A GATEWAY TO THE PAST

OF SALT & STARS

10+ mins

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National Geographic Traveller India Magazine Description:

PublisherACKMEDIA

CategoryTravel

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyBi-Monthly

National Geographic Traveller India is the Indian edition of National Geographic Traveler (USA) the travel magazine of the National Geographic Society. At National Geographic Traveller India we bring together travel and culture, travel and experience, travel and story-telling. Our intention is to inspire more travel to more places, in our vast country and across the world, for the whole family. National Geographic Traveller India tries to bring variety to the experience of travel, inspiring all kinds of journeys from sedentary to super-active ones. Additionally, we are committed to spreading awareness about sustainable travel, and to ensuring that travel destinations endure for future generations.

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