Home / Magazine / October 2015

October 2015

Share this

Cover of October 2015 issue - National Geographic Traveller (UK)
  • Cover Story: Feeling the pinch? Take a lesson in how to be a sneaky shoestring traveller with our cover story, where we round up great escapes for less than £300.
  • Destinations: We journey all the way to the southernmost tip of Florida where it gets a bit wild — think swamp alligators, pythons, and a motley crew of eccentric locals. We also island-hop around the Seychelles and go skiing in South Korea
  • Cities: Check in to Tokyo’s top hotels, explore the cities of Bruges, Genoa and Manchester.

View a 26-page sample >>


Inside this issue

Dining alfresco in Pláka, Athens. Image: Getty


Eat: Athens

Tradition and modernity are never far apart in the Greek… Read More»
Tayrona National Park, Colombia. Image: Alamy


Colombia: The big chill

Discover a wilder side of the Caribbean on a trip… Read More»
Phoenix Park, South Korea. Image: Korea Tourism Organization

South Korea

South Korea: Hitting the slopes

With South Korea set to host the 2018 Winter Games,… Read More»
The Connecticut River, New England. Image: AWL

Travel Talk

The (not so) rough guide to New England in the Fall

Where to find the East Coast’s quintessential autumn display Read More»
Captain Bill Keogh kayaking near Big Pine Key, Florida. Image: Kris Davidson


Florida: End of the line

At the southernmost tip of Florida it all turns a… Read More»
breathedreamgo.com, best travel blogs

Travel Talk

Best of the travel blogs: October 2015

Read excerpts from our three favourite blogs this month, which… Read More»
Szechenyi Thermal Baths, Budapest. Image: Corbis


Europe’s best budget breaks

If you had a £300 travel budget what would you… Read More»
Licancabur, Atacama Desert, near the Chile-Bolivia border


Chile: High and dry

Barren yet beautiful, the world’s loftiest, most parched desert is… Read More»
Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia, South America. Image: Getty

Travel Talk

9 tips for first-timers in South America

Heading to South America? Here's nine things every first-timer needs… Read More»


Small world: Sarah Barrell

If you plan on seeing the world, forget Facebook, turn… Read More»