Five National Geographic Traveller (UK) digital campaigns
Read about five campaigns the National Geographic Traveller (UK) team, working with leading brands and agencies, brought to its online audience over the past few weeks.
From hikes up sacred mountains to breathtaking views of cherry blossom, this piece listed five spiritual adventures travellers can enjoy in the remote Japanese region of Tohoku.
Kansai Tourism Bureau
As part of this campaign, the National Geographic Traveller team created two photo stories: the first one took readers on a visual journey through Kansai, Japan’s geographic and spiritual heart, with its cascading waterfalls, primordial forests and ancient shrines; the second piece, meanwhile, captured the region’s culinary culture and history, from tea fields to fine dining.
While mountainous Nendaz in the southwestern canton of Valais is well-equipped for an exciting range of winter activities, it also has a lot to offer during the rest of the year, from gentle hikes to more adventurous treks. This feature lists the best activities to experience in every season.
Australia’s scenic island state of Tasmania is home to more than 1,700 miles of walking trails, spanning diverse wildernesses and 19 national parks. In this piece, the team handpicked five walking routes across this natural playground, highlighting the best Blundstone boots to pair with each itinerary.
Welsh Government (Food & Drink Wales)
The restaurant at Palé Hall, in Bala, Gwynedd, has just been awarded the new Michelin Green Star for its sustainable practises. In this Q&A, its head chef reveals what he loves about Wales’ food scene.
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