LONDON (6 December 2020) — This issue of National Geographic Traveller (UK) takes a top to bottom look at Vietnam, tracing the country’s numerous highlights from north to south. A go-to destination for everyone from solo backpackers and holidaying families to hikers, bikers and birdwatchers, Vietnam retains its irresistible allure despite its growing popularity. Take [...]
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(5 December) Here are the trends we’ve noticed this week: Best places to travel in 2020 according to i-escape The experts at i-escape have named the best places to visit in 2020. The top destinations include Kent, England, which is emerging as a bucket-list region for wine-lovers; the Canaries, Spain, where clear skies allow tourists [...]
Winners of the National Geographic Traveller (UK) Reader Awards 2019, in association with Audley Travel, announced
LONDON (5 December 2019) — The Hairy Bikers, Trailfinders and Lisbon were among the winners announced last night at the National Geographic Traveller Reader Awards 2019, in association with Audley Travel. The ceremony, held at The Montcalm London Marble Arch on 4 December, was presented by Katrina Ridley and attended by some of the travel [...]
National Geographic Traveller (UK) voted Best Consumer Travel Magazine at the British Travel Awards 2019
(28 November) National Geographic Traveller (UK) has won the Best Consumer Travel Magazine award at the prestigious British Travel Awards 2019. The ceremony, held on 27 November at Battersea Evolution, London, was attended by an audience of 900 senior travel executives and representatives from consumer and trade media. The British Travel Awards are the largest [...]
(21 November) Here are our favourite trends of the week: Titan Travel’s cruising trends for 2020 Titan Travel’s 2020 Travel Trends guide highlights the best ways to set sail in the new year. According to the report, there’s been a surge in travellers opting for solo sailing, no-fly cruises and Christmas-themed voyages. River cruises, in [...]
(20 November 2019) Glen Mutel, editor of National Geographic Traveller Food, was highly commended in the Editor of the Year – Food & Drink category at the British Society of Magazine Editors (BSME) Awards last night. Every year, the awards honour the best in British magazines. Pat Riddell, editor of National Geographic Traveller, and Chris [...]
(Thursday 14 November) These are the top three travel trends that caught our attention this week: Christmas and New Year travel trends revealed Online travel agency Opodo has revealed that Brits are travelling more this Christmas season compared to last year, with a 33% increase in the number of people booked to fly between the [...]
(Thursday 7 November) Here are our favourite trends that have emerged this week: Cheapest locations for a Christmas staycation Snaptrip, an online marketplace for holiday rentals, has revealed the cheapest Christmas staycations for families and couples in the wake of the annual Global Travel Forecast, which reported on the rising costs of flights, hotels and [...]
LONDON (7 November 2019) — The December issue of National Geographic Traveller (UK) embraces no-fly travel. With many of us becoming increasingly conscious of our carbon footprint, this issue offers ideas for adventure that don’t involve taking to the skies. With Europe’s rail network hitting new heights — bolstered by high-speed connections, spruced-up sleeper journeys [...]
National Geographic Traveller (UK) writers continue to win prizes this award season. First up, associate editor Nicola Trup and regular contributor Audrey Gillan won the Best Caribbean Round Up award at the Caribbean Travel Media Awards, hosted by the Caribbean Tourist Organisation (CTO) on 4 October. Our writers were also celebrated at the Members’ Excellence [...]