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What Vaccines Mean for the Return of Travel

COVID-19 JABS WILL EVENTUALLY HELP TOURISM START AGAIN, BUT EXPECT A TRIP FULL OF IMMUNITY PASSPORTS, MOUTHWASH TESTS, AND WARY TRAVELLERS

8 mins read
National Geographic Traveller India
February 2021

ROAD TRIP CRUISE THROUGH ICELAND'S ARCTIC COAST WAY

An epic drive across the Nordic nation’s less-touristed north reveals breathtaking nature and historic battles on land and sea

8 mins read
National Geographic Traveller India
February 2021

WINTER BREAK LEAP OF FAITH

Two novice skiers try to find their feet amid Gulmarg’s snow-whipped slopes

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National Geographic Traveller India
February 2021

TRAIL TALE NEW MUSEUMS OPEN DOORS

These new and upcoming museums are set to feed your curiosity for the months ahead

2 mins read
National Geographic Traveller India
February 2021

BLUE WHALES & SMOOTH SAILS

Sri Lanka’s welcoming waters offer a myriad of oceanic adventures along the island’s west coast

7 mins read
National Geographic Traveller India
February 2021

High on a Hill

A WEEK IN THE CENTRAL PYRENEES, TUCKED AWAY IN THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF FRANCE’S OCCITANIA REGION, REVEALS A PASTORAL LIFE LITTLE CHANGED IN CENTURIES. HERE, AMONG MEDIEVAL MARKET TOWNS AND LUSH VALLEYS STALKED BY BEARS, THE PAST’S THREAD SNAKES ITS WAY THROUGH THE EVERYDAY PRESENT

10+ mins read
National Geographic Traveller India
February 2021

48 HOURS KICKING BACK IN KIGALI

One of Africa’s cleanest cities brews with organic coffee shops and kaleidoscopic markets, surrounded by a romantic hillside

6 mins read
National Geographic Traveller India
February 2021

Great Gobbles For Future Travels

Memorable meals across the world to look forward to when we can travel again

6 mins read
National Geographic Traveller India
February 2021

In Salthill, Sea's The Word

As the pandemic soared, open water swimming— once practised only by hardcore old-schoolers in this Galway city suburb—became the coolest trend next to banana bread baking

7 mins read
National Geographic Traveller India
February 2021

Bar Tales: Deep Dive In Colombo

From noon till midnight, a father and son explore the lesser-known watering holes of Sri Lanka’s capital

8 mins read
National Geographic Traveller India
February 2021

OFF THE BEATEN TRACK IN ITALY

There’s never been a better time to explore Italy’s quieter corners. From a classic Neapolitan neighbourhood to Lazio’s archaeological sites, a road trip in Puglia with epic views all to yourself, and the best aperitivo spots in Turin and Trieste, we bring you the lowdown on the lesser-known— including the most indulgent places for a remote retreat, a quiet beach break and more

10+ mins read
National Geographic Traveller India
January 2021

BARBECUE NATION: TEXAS TO NYC… AND BACK

Amidst pandemic surges and election fervour in America, two friends drove off from Austin in search of regional ’cue, savouring country-style cooking and confronting the land’s raw fault lines along their journey

10+ mins read
National Geographic Traveller India
January 2021

New Roads Ruffle Remote Nepal

ASPHALT PAVES THE INTERSECTION OF ECOTOURISM AND DEVELOPMENT AT A FAMED HIMALAYAN TREKKING HUB

7 mins read
National Geographic Traveller India
January 2021

Sampling Kolkata Winter Cuisine from 7 Home Kitchens

A BEVY OF HOMEGROWN CLOUD KITCHENS HAVE CROPPED UP IN THE CITY OF GASTRONOMIC JOY, RUSTLING UP EVERYTHING FROM PORK CHILLY TO PAD THAI

9 mins read
National Geographic Traveller India
January 2021

READERS' RESPONSES - TRAVEL SPOTS & RESOLUTIONS FOR 2021

From roving through the many villages of Himachal, supporting local artisans in Karnataka and cycling through the Indian countryside—our readers reveal their travel resolutions for the year 2021

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National Geographic Traveller India
January 2021

BELGADIA: ODISHA'S REGENCY ROMANCE

Two sisters opening their ancestral royal home to visitors have dug up the treasures of an ancient land

5 mins read
National Geographic Traveller India
January 2021

“Mumbai is My Second Home”

LEGENDARY BOWLER BRETT LEE TALKS ABOUT HIS FAVOURITE HAUNTS IN THE CITY, HIS ROCK ‘N’ ROLL BAND, AND AUSTRALIA’S SECRET NOOKS OF PARADISE

7 mins read
National Geographic Traveller India
January 2021

WHAT THEY'RE EATING IN ATHENS

Japanese-Peruvian dishes, slow-cooked rabbit and pistachio mousse are all on offer in the Greek capital

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National Geographic Traveller India
January 2021

BACKSTORY THE SECRETS PAVED INTO LONDON'S ROMAN ROADS

In the British capital, a street can have many names—and surprises—if it’s been around for almost 2,000 years

5 mins read
National Geographic Traveller India
January 2021

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.”

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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

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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

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