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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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David Whitley

Columns

Lost in translation: David Whitley

Schoolboy French and pidgin Spanish will only get you so… Read More»
Western Ghats - Surroundings at the Hilton Shillim Estate Retreat & Spa

India

India: Into the Western Ghats

Mumbai is booming. But when it all gets too much,… Read More»
Alt Hotel Quebec

Smart Travel

Rooms under £100: Quebec City

A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Quebec was one of the… Read More»
Best Travel Blogs - roadsandkingdoms.com screenshot

Travel Talk

Best of the travel blogs: November 2014

Extracts from our three favourite blogs this month, from fishing… Read More»
Niall Griffiths

Author Series

Notes from an author: Niall Griffiths

The aurora, chance meetings and lonely trips to inland ice… Read More»
Gothenburg travel guide - Cycling through Haga

Sweden

City life: Gothenburg

Sweden’s biggest port city is a place where industry meets… Read More»
Shanghai Travel Guide - Tai Chi On The Bund

China

City life: Shanghai

Possessing a voracious appetite for all things new, this technicolour… 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»
Chicago food - Fallen Log dish at Moto

Smart Travel

Food: Chicago

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

Columns

Give up the ghost: Glen Mutel

Retracing the footsteps of famous figures is a fun way… Read More»