LONDON (2 November 2017) — In the 188-page December 2017 issue of National Geographic Traveller (UK), we eschew the pristine pistes and embrace the season with some of the world’s most extreme ice adventures.


Destinations: We venture into Namibia’s stark, sweltering desert; travel to the eastern limit of Europe to Romania; and spend a long weekend in Ireland’s County Mayo. Our picture story, meanwhile, captures Sri Lanka’s hill country.

Cities: Our urban highlights this issue include Munich, Auckland, Palermo and Chicago.

Smart Traveller: New off-grid travel experiences; the new Civil Rights trail in the US; the best rooms in Genoa; a tour of Hong Kong’s street art; the top five dining options in Dallas; and a trip to Lavenham.

Author Series: Andrew May on Mars.

Travel Geeks: Ask the Experts includes tips on travel to Tunisia, the best place for New Year’s Eve with friends, plus the cheapest long-haul destination and jiggers.

PLUS: You could win a nine-night luxury trip to Malaysia.


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