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Edible Conservation: Eating the Enemy

[...] This piece, written by Costas Christ, first appeared in the December 2014 issue of National Geographic Traveler magazine. Follow Costas on Twitter at @costaschrist. > Related: Attack of the Alien [...]

The Far Edge of Travel: Albania

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Photo Lesson: Setting the Scene

[...] Cotton Coulson and Sisse Brimberg are contributing photographers for National Geographic Traveler magazine. They are based in Glasgow, Scotland. > Related: Travel with Cotton [...]

New Year’s Around the World

[...] . This piece, written by Meghan Miner, first appeared in the December 2014 issue of National Geographic Traveler magazine. > Related: Top 10 New Year’s Eve Celebrations [...]

I Heart My National Park: Grand Teton

[...] The peaks of Grand Teton National Park, regal and imposing as they stand nearly 7,000 feet above the valley floor, make one of the [...]

Reader Recs: Bucket List 2015

[...] a mountain peak the next,” she writes. Its 3.4 million acres make Death Valley the largest national park in the continental United States, meaning there’s more than enough park to explore. For  [...]

I Heart My National Park: Everglades

[...] Emerging Explorer Carlton Ward, Jr., has been captivated by Florida’s Everglades National Park since he was a child. So much so that he’s made protecting it—and the amazing [...]

The Best of Intelligent Travel

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@NatGeoTravel Staff Bucket List: 2015

[...] want to go in 2015 and why? Tell us in the comments section for a chance to appear on the Intelligent Travel blog: [...]

#NGTRadar: Travel Lately

[...] of the best new dispatches from the travel blogosphere—is a regular feature on Intelligent Travel every other Wednesday. You can play, too. Follow us on Twitter @NatGeoTravel and tag [...]

#NGTRadar: Travel Lately

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#NGTRadar: Travel Lately

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Just Back: Paris

Nat Geo Travel Associate Producer Megan Heltzel (on Twitter and Instagram @MeganHeltzel) recently returned from a trip to Paris. Though it was her [...]

Travel With Kids: Low-Cost London

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Local Flavor: Bananas Foster in the Big Easy

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I Heart My City: Melissa’s Miami

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#NGTRadar: Travel Lately

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#NGTRadar: Travel Lately

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#NGTRadar: Travel Lately

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#NGTRadar: Travel Lately

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I Heart My City: Tim’s Cologne

Tim Steins is no stranger to Cologne. Born 30 kilometers north of this German city, he spent his childhood exploring Cologne on the weekends with fri [...]

I Heart My City: Diana’s Milan

Texas native Diana Skok Corridori traded the Lone Star State for the Old Country when she moved to Milan to live with her Italian husband. In additio [...]

I Heart My City: Hamza’s Fez

Fez native Hamza El Fasiki is a jack of all trades. The social entrepreneur, artist (he learned the traditional art of tea-tray etching from his fa [...]

I Heart My City: Rebecca’s St. Pete

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I Heart My City: Nicole’s Nizwa, Oman

[...] of spices and fresh meats to choose from. Nizwa Souq is the place to buy authentic, local souvenirs. My city’s best museum is found outdoors at the ruins of Misfat al Abryeen, a [...]

I Heart My City: Laura’s Sydney

[...]  instead. Kate Owen Gallery and the Spirit Gallery are the places to buy authentic, local souvenirs. Be sure there is a certificate of authenticity to let you know the Aboriginal artist [...]

I Heart My City: Alizé’s Ithaca

[...] . It’s addictive. In the summer, the Ithaca Farmers Market is the place to buy authentic, local souvenirs. If you’re visiting in winter when the market is closed, you can stop by Handwork, a  [...]

I Heart My City: Karen’s Bogotá

[...] 10,000 feet above sea level. Centro Artesanal Plaza Bolivar is the place to buy authentic, local souvenirs. In the past, notable people like Nobel Prize-winning author Gabriel García Marquez and  [...]

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How One Man Used Tinder To Travel Across The Country

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Photo Lesson: Evoking Mood

In addition to being longtime contributing photographers for Traveler magazine, my wife Sisse and I are frequently invited to join National Geograph [...]

Photo Lesson: Seeing and Using Light

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Photo Lesson: Conveying Motion

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Photo Lesson: Setting the Scene

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Photo Lesson: Setting the Scene

[...] for Traveler magazine, my wife Sisse and I are frequently invited to join National Geographic Expeditions trips as photography experts, interacting with guests aboard the National Geographic [...]

Photo Lesson: Evoking Mood

[...] for Traveler magazine, my wife Sisse and I are frequently invited to join National Geographic Expeditions trips as photography experts, interacting with guests aboard the National Geographic [...]

Photo Lesson: Seeing and Using Light

[...] for Traveler magazine, my wife Sisse and I are frequently invited to join National Geographic Expeditions trips as photography experts, interacting with guests aboard the National Geographic [...]

Photo Lesson: Conveying Motion

[...] for Traveler magazine, my wife Sisse and I are frequently invited to join National Geographic Expeditions trips as photography experts, interacting with guests aboard the National Geographic [...]

Problem Solved: Adopting Pets Abroad

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Photo Lesson: Setting the Scene

[...] intended to teach—so much so that we thought it was worth sharing with the rest of the Nat Geo Travel community. > Assignment: Setting the Scene Each time we go out on assignment for National [...]

Photo Lesson: Evoking Mood

[...] to teach—so much so that we thought it was worth sharing with the rest of the Nat Geo Travel community. > Assignment: Expressing and Evoking Mood Contemporary photography is [...]

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[...] to teach—so much so that we thought it was worth sharing with the rest of the Nat Geo Travel community. > Assignment: Seeing and Using Light Having a good eye for light is one of [...]

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Edible Conservation: Eating the Enemy

[...] This piece, written by Costas Christ, first appeared in the December 2014 issue of National Geographic Traveler magazine. Follow Costas on Twitter at @costaschrist. > Related: Attack of the Alien [...]

The Far Edge of Travel: Albania

[...] This piece, written by Keith Bellows, first appeared in the December 2014 issue of National Geographic Traveler magazine. [...]

Photo Lesson: Setting the Scene

[...] Cotton Coulson and Sisse Brimberg are contributing photographers for National Geographic Traveler magazine. They are based in Glasgow, Scotland. > Related: Travel with Cotton [...]

New Year’s Around the World

[...] . This piece, written by Meghan Miner, first appeared in the December 2014 issue of National Geographic Traveler magazine. > Related: Top 10 New Year’s Eve Celebrations [...]

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