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Cover of Jan/Feb 2013 issue - National Geographic Traveller (UK)
  • Cover Story: Hot List — Where in the world to travel next year? Follow our month-by-month guide to where you should be seen in 2013, from Bhutan to Värmland, Bolivia to Vietnam and beyond.
  • Destinations: Stay in a temple in Korea before meeting the women divers of Jeju Island, get your hands dirty on a conservation expedition to the Amazonian Rainforest in Peru and take the wheel for a road trip across Iceland’s Western Fjords.
  • Real Life: Read about learning a new skill on holiday and a reboot of the bed-and-breakfast idea in the UK.

Supplement

Indian Ocean 

Whether its retreating to an eco-camp, stretching your calves on a trek around the Seychelles, exploring its best beaches, wildlife watching in Mauritius or coming to nose-to-tail with a manta ray in the Maldives, discover the very best of the region including wildlife, food, adventure, diving, green initiatives and spa and wellness. Introduced by Simon Reeve.

Cover of Indian Ocean Supplement Jan/Feb 2013 - National Geographic Traveller (UK)

 

Inside this issue

Features

The athlete: Mo Farah

The Somali-born British track and field star Mohamed ‘Mo’ Farah… Read More»

Switzerland

Long weekend: Swiss Alps

Travel from one snow-encrusted village to another by train to… Read More»

India

Delhi: A maharaja’s metropolis

A seat of power for hundreds of years, India’s capital… Read More»

Features

Real life: New skills

Try your hand at romance writing, archery, conservation or wilderness… Read More»

Author Series

Author series: Lesley Downer

Japan specialist Lesley Downer on falling for the cultural enclave… Read More»
The Peruvian Amazon. Image: Getty.

Peru

Peru: Welcome to the jungle

Deep in the heart of the Peruvian Amazon, among the… Read More»

Travel Talk

Kate Russell’s Tech Traveller

Technology reporter Kate Russell is a pro at finding the… Read More»

USA

Sleep: Miami

The word ‘conventional’ doesn’t apply to Florida. Where reality ends,… Read More»

Netherlands

Live: Amsterdam

The famously liberal city might be reinventing its red light… Read More»
Locals in Kings Park, Perth.

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Australia's sunniest city just got cool

In Perth, Western Australia, the sun shines for 3,000 hours… Read More»