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September 2015

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Cover of September 2015 issue - National Geographic Traveller (UK)
  • Cover Story: We lift the lid on everyone’s favourite Asian destination this issue: Thailand — from its top 10 beaches to a trip to the wilds of the North.
  • Destinations: We journey to the ‘Green Line’, a UN Buffer Zone in Cyprus; work up a sweat as we encounter spiders and snakes on a challenging trek to Ciudad Perdida — the ‘Lost City’ hidden deep in Colombia’s Sierra Nevada mountains; and go in search of grizzlies in Alaska. Our picture story, meanwhile, captures the lush Eastern African nation of Rwanda.

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Inside this issue

The 'lost city' of Ciudad Perdida, Colombia. Image: Emma Thomson


Colombia: Trek to the lost city

Hidden in Colombia’s Sierra Nevada mountains, the ‘lost city’ of… Read More»
Lake Titicaca, Bolivia. Image: AWL Images

Travel Talk

Top 5: Lake beaches

Just because you’re miles from the coast doesn’t mean you… Read More»
Image: Galway Oyster Festival

Travel Talk

Don't miss: Galway Oyster Festival

A shucking frenzy at the Galway International Oyster and Seafood… Read More»
Digital Nomad on the Dana to Petra hike. Image: Sameena Jarosz


Jordan: Digital Nomad

Connectivity’s everything when you’ve daily deadlines to meet. Our man-on-the-road… Read More»
Piers Moore Ede. Image: Ben Turner

Author Series

Notes from an author: Piers Moore Ede

The London-based author reveals how the Indian holy city of… Read More»
Palazzo Madama, Turin. Image: Getty


Like a local: Turin

An insider’s guide to this historic Italian city of grand… Read More»
Wangfujing. Image: Daniel Allen


City life: Beijing

Glimpse the future in China’s energised capital where its eclectic… Read More»


Alaska: Bear necessities

Welcome to the edge of civilisation — Alaska. A land… Read More»


Buying your time: David Whitley

When it comes to spending your money — or your… Read More»
Severn Trent Water works tower and Perrett's Folly. Images: Corbis and Alamy

Travel Talk

In the footsteps of... JRR Tolkien

How Birmingham — not New Zealand — inspired the author Read More»