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Cover of December 2015 issue - National Geographic Traveller (UK)
  • Cover Story: We step into the Amazon to discover its exotic, endemic and often elusive animals. From caimans to jaguars, pink river dolphins to poison dart frogs, we guide you on a jungle safari.
  • Destinations: Elsewhere, we dive into the amazing sinkholes of Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula for some seriously wild swimming, discover the wonders of Malawi’s ‘Lake of Stars’, go stargazing in Tenerife, explore the time-worn towns and cities of Russia’s Golden Ring and head inland to Mauritius’s lush interior.

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Inside this issue

Disco

Travel Talk

Bookshelf: The last days of Disco

Disco, the Bill Bernstein Photographs provides an access-all-areas tour of… Read More»
River dolphins. Image: Getty

Features

Amazon: Swimming with river dolphins

In the brown waters of the mighty Amazon, fresh water… Read More»
chasingscout.com

Travel Talk

Best of the travel blogs: December 2015

From the most favoured accent in Vegas to glamping in… Read More»
New York New York. Image: Getty

USA

City life: Las Vegas

It’s known for bright lights, roulette wheels and a soundtrack… Read More»
Tennis. Image: Getty

Travel Talk

Champion tennis break

Test your tennis prowess alongside a pro player in the… Read More»
Sam Lamiroy surfing in Cornwall, fitness escapes. Image: tickettoridesurfschool.co.uk

Travel Talk

Top 8: Fitness escapes

From dressage in Andalucia to triathlon training in the Caribbean,… Read More»
Hoatzin, Rio Napo, Amazon Basin, Ecuador. Image: Getty

Features

Amazon: Bird is the word

The Amazon embraces seven countries that positively teem with birdlife,… Read More»
Tomb of the Maya king, Ek’ Balam. Image: Getty

Mexico

Mexico: Tomb of the ancient Maya king

Chichén Itzá pulls in the crowds, leaving nearby Ek’ Balam… Read More»
Rugby. Image: Getty

Travel Talk

Big events, low turn out

From the Olympics to the Rugby World Cup, travellers are… Read More»
Agroforestry in Peru’s Manu Biosphere Reserve. Alternative Amazon.Image: Kate Lin

Features

Top 5: Alternative Amazon adventures

Learn about woolly monkeys or hike to the world’s highest… Read More»