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Cover of May 2014 issue - National Geographic Traveller (UK)
  • Cover Story: We’ve gone all high-end this month, tackling the hard-hitting conundrums of… luxury travel.
  • Destinations: We roam across river, bush and beach in Tanzania’s Saadani — the only East African national park situated right on the ocean shore; head out on a bumpy but exhilarating ride to Patagonia’s Tierra del Fuego archipelago; and indulge in the spoiling little luxuries of the Caribbean, from Branson’s Necker Island to a sweetly spiced rub-down in Boucan Hotel Chocolat
  • Features: We look at ways to banish your fear of flying, and a trip to India to connect with the past.

 

Inside this issue

The rules of frequent flyer schemes can be notoriously difficult to navigate. Image: Getty.

Travel Talk

Frequent flyer points

The rules around frequent flyer schemes can be notoriously opaque,… Read More»
A Zodiac sets course for the huge Pia Glacier, Tierra del Fuego, Patagonia. Image: Australis.

Chile

Patagonia: The edge of civilisation

Battered by the ocean and worn smooth by violent winds,… Read More»
Noma Copenhagen

Smart Travel

Noma: The Danish deity

As Noma reclaims its spot at the top of the… Read More»
Aerial View od Hayman Island, Australia.

Smart Travel

Top 5: Private island resorts

Claim your personal patch of paradise — off-limits to all… Read More»
Special day courses, like those from Virgin Atlantic and British Airways, can help travellers overcome their fear of flying.

Features

Plane afraid: Fear of flying

Do you quiver with fear as you board a plane?… Read More»
Suite at the Saadani River Lodge, Saadani National Park, Tanzania. Image: Saadani Sanctuary Retreats.

Tanzania

Tanzania: River, bush and beach

It may play second fiddle to Tanzania’s Serengeti and Ngorongoro,… Read More»
The Clove Club, Shoreditch Town Hall, London.

United Kingdom

Eat: London

The capital’s ever-changing skyline is bringing new restaurants — some… Read More»

Columns

Recipe for disaster: David Whitley

There’s no telling when a dining disaster will strike —… Read More»
Marc Bennetts, author of Kicking the Kremlin.

Author Series

Notes from an author: Marc Bennetts

After a decade on the outskirts of Moscow, the British-born… Read More»
Santorini, a 'lunch stop' on Bill Peach Journeys' Ancient Cultures tour. Image: AWL Images.

Features

A private jet tour across the globe

For an extraordinary luxury travel experience, board a private jet… Read More»