On Tuesday 23 June, National Geographic Traveller teamed up with Japan House to host Made in Japan, an online Travel Geeks session focusing on Japanese crafts and travel
The Masterclasses with National Geographic Traveller returned on Sunday 2 February with a packed day of expert-led workshops and seminars on travel writing and photography. Following on from a successful first event in 2018, The Masterclasses saw more than 350 attendees gather to learn from 24 award-winning writers and photographers. The speakers and moderators included the editors and long-time contributors …
After the success of its inaugural Food Festival, National Geographic Traveller (UK) is getting ready to bring the culinary event back to London in July 2020. Behind the scenes, the team has already started planning next year’s event. Taking place once more at the Business Design Centre in London next summer, the festival will again feature an exciting line-up …
LONDON (28 August 2019) — Award-winning magazine National Geographic Traveller (UK) will be hosting The Masterclasses for a second year. Building on last year’s successful programme, the 2019 event will feature several brand new, expert-led modules. The Masterclasses is a one-day series of travel writing and photography seminars, as well as one-on-one tutorials. It will be held on 6 October …
If you want to transform your love of writing into a career and see your work published in one of the UK’s most successful travel magazines, the National Geographic Traveller Travel Writing Competition 2018 could be your foot in the door.
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.
The shortlist has been announced for the third annual National Geographic Traveller (UK) Reader Awards 2017, in association with Qatar Tourism Authority. The 2017 awards has seen categories revamped this year to cover a broader range of experience and to reflect what’s new in the travel industry.
In the 180-page November 2017 issue of National Geographic Traveller (UK), we reveal 31 of the best beaches in the world, highlighting the pick of the bunch, from windswept and untamed, to picture-perfect and pristine.
National Geographic Traveller’s Photography Competition 2018, in association with Billingham, is now open for entries.
National Geographic Traveller (UK) looks to Southeast Asia in the October issue of the magazine.
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