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November 2014

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Cover of October 2014 issue - National Geographic Traveller (UK)
  • Cover Story: Our cover story this month takes us to France with a best beds guide. Whichever corner you’re heading to, we’ve clocked up Parisian pads with dizzying design flair, vintage trailers that have sprung up in the Pyrenees, and a floating wooden cabin that’s solely reached by canoe.
  • Destinations: We seek solitude in India’s wild, mountainous state of Maharashtra; and head out on the highway on a road trip through Mexico’s Baja California. Our Kenya feature, meanwhile, takes us on safari with some of the country’s pioneering conservationists.

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Best Budapest Hotels - Exterior, Four Seasons Gresham Palace, Budapest


Sleep: Budapest

One of central Europe’s buzziest and most strikingly beautiful capitals,… Read More»
Baja California road trip - Beach, Cabo San Lucas


Mexico: The other California

Driving through the middle of nowhere has never felt so… Read More»
The GoldenEye Resort, formerly the estate of Ian Fleming


In the footsteps of... Ian Fleming

Retrace the steps of James Bond author Ian Fleming in… Read More»
Masai warrior standing on Lewa Downs


Kenya: Big five & beyond

Conservation and big game should go hand in hand but… Read More»
Glen Mutel


Give up the ghost: Glen Mutel

Retracing the footsteps of famous figures is a fun way… Read More»
Olive harvest holiday - Olive Groves, Italy

Travel Talk

Ask the experts: Taking part in an olive harvest

Our panel give advice on taking part in an olive… Read More»
Triathalon Holidays - Group of triathletes in the water preparing for a swim.


Triathlon holidays: The iron 'men'

Triathlons are emerging as popular ‘breaks’ for those looking to… Read More»
France accommodation - Champervan's VW Westfalia


A French affair: France's best accommodation

We’ve explored all four corners of the world’s top destination… Read More»
Chicago food - Fallen Log dish at Moto

Smart Travel

Food: Chicago

Michelin-starred chef James Sommerin has just opened an eponymous restaurant… Read More»


Lost in translation: David Whitley

Schoolboy French and pidgin Spanish will only get you so… Read More»