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Where To Find Some of the World's Best Chocolate

ECUADOR’S SUSTAINABLE, LOCAL PRACTICES HAVE HELPED THE COUNTRY MAKE A CACAO COMEBACK—AND CHOCOLATE LOVERS CAN SHARE IN THE SWEET REWARDS

5 mins read
National Geographic Traveller India
December 2020

UNDER THE MOUNTAIN SHADOW

A remote and modern Georgian hotel goes out of its way to show off the spectacular hinterland that encompasses the property

5 mins read
National Geographic Traveller India
December 2020

MODERN LITERATURE & GRAND HOTELS

The Plaza Hotel might have been Fitzgerald’s true love, while Ritz Paris had Hemingway’s heart. Why did glamorous hotels evoke such passion in the greatest writers of a generation? We run through years of colourful history

10+ mins read
National Geographic Traveller India
December 2020

TRAVEL TO REVIVE SMALL BUSINESSES

“PLUNGED INTO ECONOMIC DISTRESS IN 2020, CHARIDA’S CHHAU-MASK-ORIENTED ECONOMY AWAITS A NEW LEASE OF LIFE. SO SNAG SOME PAINTED VISAGES, JUST THE DRAMA FOR STAID URBAN SPACES.”

6 mins read
National Geographic Traveller India
December 2020

TRAVEL TO RESTORE AND RECONNECT

“WE JUMPED OUT OF THE CAR TO SPOT BLUSHING PINK AND MILK-WHITE LOTUSES, RISING FROM MURKY WATER AND BRINGING TO MIND: ‘FROM DARKNESS STEMS LIGHT’.”

5 mins read
National Geographic Traveller India
December 2020

Priya Krishna: Cheering on Indian-ish food

THE INDIAN-AMERICAN CULINARY WRITER DISCUSSES ALL THINGS CULTURE, CUISINES AND BEING THE PERSPECTIVE SHE WANTED TO READ

10+ mins read
National Geographic Traveller India
December 2020

Of Sun, Sand and the Sea

ARCHITECTURAL MARVELS, CHARMING TRADITIONAL VILLAGES AND VARIED, NATURAL LANDSCAPES PERVADE OMAN’S TOPOGRAPHY LIKE THE FRANKINCENSE-INFUSED SMOKE THAT RISES FROM THE REGION’S HOUSEHOLDS. THE MIDDLE EASTERN COUNTRY EMBRACES ARABIA’S ANCIENT SOUL, WHILE LOOKING AHEAD AT A FUTURE, IN WHICH IT EMERGES AS A RISING HOLIDAY DESTINATION

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National Geographic Traveller India
December 2020

MINIMAL FOOTPRINT

“IN 2021, LET THE HIMALAYAS BREATHE AND PLAN SOME LOW CARBON FOOTPRINT ADVENTURES IN THE SAHYADRIS OF MAHARASHTRA.”

10+ mins read
National Geographic Traveller India
December 2020

A Traveller's Eyes in the Skies

DRONES GAVE US SOME OF THE MOST STIRRING IMAGES OF A PANDEMIC YEAR, WATCHING OVER OUR BEREFT PUBLIC SPACES AND PLACING THE EVERYDAY IN A STARK, NEW LIGHT

6 mins read
National Geographic Traveller India
December 2020

Conscious Wildlife Travel

“As with any interaction with nature, the only way to do it is to be mindful of not taking up more space than absolutely required.”

4 mins read
National Geographic Traveller India
December 2020

A HOME OF THE HILLS

Almost two-centuries-old, the Chapslee hotel in Shimla melds colonial charm with artful decor

4 mins read
National Geographic Traveller India
November 2020

Life in the Slow Lane

THE PRETTIEST STREETS IN EDINBURGH ARE CLOSED TO MOTORISED TRAFFIC. IS A PEDESTRIAN FUTURE AFOOT HERE AND IN OTHER UNESCO SITES?

5 mins read
National Geographic Traveller India
November 2020

Master of Travel Skills

LEARN TO TAKE BETTER PHOTOS, SPEAK JAPANESE, OR BE A VOLUNTEER SCIENTIST WITH CLASSES, APPS, AND ACTIVITIES THAT’LL HELP YOU GET ROAD READY

7 mins read
National Geographic Traveller India
November 2020

What Will Travel Look Like in the Future?

SUSTAINABILITY, INCLUSIVE JOURNEYS, AND ROAD TRIPS—HERE ARE EIGHT WAYS IN WHICH TRAVEL WILL CHANGE AFTER THE PANDEMIC, SUGGEST EXPERTS

7 mins read
National Geographic Traveller India
November 2020

Running on the Edge: Milind Soman

CLIMBING MOUNT KILIMANJARO, MUNCHING ON INSECTS, OR DIVING INTO THE FREEZING WATERS OF ICELAND—THE MODEL, ACTOR, AND ATHLETE’S FAVOURITE KIND OF TRAVEL IS SWEATY, AND ALMOST ALWAYS SHARED WITH THE LOVE OF HIS LIFE

8 mins read
National Geographic Traveller India
November 2020

MILAN'S MINIMALIST MARVEL

For a brush with a new, evolved genre of luxury, Armani Hotel Milan turns to high-end minimalism

5 mins read
National Geographic Traveller India
November 2020

STRANGER THAN FICTION

A writer looks back at his youthful adventures in 1990s America through its grimy but pocket-friendly hostels

7 mins read
National Geographic Traveller India
November 2020

COMICS TO THE RESCUE

A BOOKSHOP IN NEW YORK CITY ASKED PEOPLE TO IMAGINE A UTOPIAN WORLD AFTER COVID-19. HUNDREDS OF COMIC ARTISTS ACROSS THE WORLD GOT BACK, FORMING THE INSTAGRAM ART PROJECT, ‘RESCUE PARTY’

7 mins read
National Geographic Traveller India
October 2020

“Iceland and I Have a Relationship”

ACCLAIMED PHOTOGRAPHER CHRIS BURKARD’S PENCHANT FOR ADVENTURE REPEATEDLY BECKONS HIM TO FORMIDABLE PLACES AND UNFAMILIAR ROUTES

10+ mins read
National Geographic Traveller India
October 2020

THE NATURAL MARVELS OF Japan

The Land of the Rising Sun shines with a wealth of natural treasures, from blossom-strewn gardens and steaming onsens to formidable volcanoes, show-stopping wildlife and more than 6,000 islands. Go beyond the glittering metropolises and immerse yourself in nature... Welcome to the wild, wild East

10+ mins read
National Geographic Traveller India
October 2020

A FIVE - STAR SANCTUM A TOP DHARAMSHALA

Surrounded by swaying deodars, Hyatt Regency’s resort promises all the splurge of an expensive stay with the serenity of mountains

5 mins read
National Geographic Traveller India
October 2020

Is The Office Obsolete? Many Travellers Hope So

As the pandemic drags on, remote workers see unexpected opportunities to become digital nomads

7 mins read
National Geographic Traveller India
October 2020

TRUCKIN' TO HIS OWN TUNE

From savouring Kashmir’s scenery and goshtaba to meeting gun-wielding Naga women, author Rajat Ubhaykar hitchhiked on India’s kingly trucks and wrote a book about it

7 mins read
National Geographic Traveller India
May 2020

Travel by Toast

IN THESE RESTRICTIVE TIMES, HERE’S A LIST OF CLASSIC BREAD-BASED PREPARATIONS THAT ARE A PORTAL TO THEIR CULINARY HOMELANDS

6 mins read
National Geographic Traveller India
May 2020

OFF COURSE IN CUBA

Saying yes to bright-eyed strangers and no to Caribbean clichés rewarded a traveller with an atypical intrigue

6 mins read
National Geographic Traveller India
May 2020

A Poetic Portrait of Baku

Azerbaijan’s Nasimi Festival brings out the beauty of the Eurasian capital as scholars and poetry lovers across the globe descend upon this artistic epicentre

10+ mins read
National Geographic Traveller India
May 2020

Once Upon A Time In New Mexico

The soaring canyons and sagebrush plains of northern New Mexico have attracted artists, spiritual seekers and free thinkers for over a century. A road trip through the high desert—encountering a hippy commune, artists’ studios, futuristic eco-homes and a Benedictine monastery—uncovers the weird, wild and wonderful soul of the American Southwest

10+ mins read
National Geographic Traveller India
May 2020

Unsung South Africa

Venture past Cape Town, the Wine Route, and Kruger’s famed Big Five, and you’ll find a vast country little-visited. Discover pioneering rewilding projects bringing new life to the interior and innovative entrepreneurs transforming the townships—this is the South Africa you don’t know, but one that’s slowly beginning to reveal itself

10+ mins read
National Geographic Traveller India
May 2020

After The Coronavirus, A New Normal In South Korea

As India and much of the world remain locked down, Busan in South Korea is cautiously returning outdoors. An immigrant photographer captures the city post-Covid-19

2 mins read
National Geographic Traveller India
May 2020

SACRED LANES, SINFUL TREATS

Writer Varun Grover unleashes his travelling soul in this chatty exchange about his love for Benaras, Egyptian baklava and the Calcutta of his childhood

8 mins read
National Geographic Traveller India
January 2020

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