National Geographic Traveller (UK) December issue and Cruise guide covers.

New to the newsstands

(Friday 1 November): Here are the publications to look out for in the next couple of weeks:

National Geographic Traveller (UK) December 2019 issue — out on 7 November
With travellers becoming increasingly conscious of their carbon footprint, we’re embarking on a host of no-fly adventures — whether that’s riding the rails, setting off on foot or hitting the open road. Elsewhere, we meet the people who live on of the Galápagos Islands, head to the quiet villages of the Dordogne region and look at how London’s King’s Cross and Phnom Penh have been transformed.

National Geographic Traveller (UK) Cruise supplement — out on 7 November with National Geographic Traveller (UK)
Inside our first-ever 84-page cruise guide, we experience a river cruise along the Brahmaputra in India, preview the best new berths and give a rundown of the best cities for layovers. We also take a look at the best river cruises and assess how the wider industry is seeking to improve its environmental credentials.

Christmas Unwrapped — out on 9 November with The Guardian
In the next issue of Christmas Unwrapped, we look at how to have an eco-Christmas. We also examine the benefits of buying second-hand gifts and uncover the three best markets in Europe for a festive family getaway.

Happy reading!