National Geographic Traveller (UK) March issue spotlights new journeys in South Africa, Spain, Canada & more
Planning a Canadian road trip? Intrigued by Murcia, one of southeast Spain’s most overlooked regions? Or keen to learn about the hidden history that lies behind the ultramodern facade of Dubai? Readers can find all this and more in the latest issue of National Geographic Traveller (UK), on newsstands now.
Plus, head to South Africa with the 20-page cover story. It’s a destination that demands rediscovery in 2024: from luxury rail journeys and coastal road trips to wine tours and cities humming with creative life, this is a nation transcending its reputation for safaris. And, with the Southern Hemisphere currently basking in summer sunshine, it’s an obvious choice for UK travellers looking to shake off the winter blues.
This edition comes with a 100-page USA guide, offering a wealth of inspiration for travellers who want to discover more about some of the nation’s most iconic spots — whether that means delving into America’s diner scene, immersing yourself in the real Wild West or taking a low-carbon tour of Route 66 by electric car.
Inside the issue:
Scotland: experience the UK at its most elemental with a trek across the frost-covered Highlands.
St Vincent and the Grenadines: culture and conservation on a Caribbean island-hopping tour.
Kyrgyzstan: the formidable Tian Shan mountains are home to one of the world’s most enigmatic predators.
Canada: everything you need to know about planning a once-in-a-lifetime Canadian road trip.
Berlin: the movers and shakers reinventing the German capital’s enduring arts and culture scene.
Dubai: a hidden history lies behind the ultramodern facade of this grand and luxurious metropolis.
Murcia: River-rafting, bar-hopping and empty beaches in one of southeast Spain’s most overlooked regions.
Bogotá: Indigenous ingredients are king in Colombia’s fertile, mountain-bound capital.
Hong Kong: In Asia’s ‘World City’ unforgettable stays come with dazzling dining options and skyline views.
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