- Cover Story: In our September cover story, we meet some of the continent’s most charming characters – from a Maasai bead-worker to a South African shark expert, and an eco-visionary making waves in Ethiopia’s Simien Mountains.
- Destinations: Elsewhere, we head to Brazil’s coast to discover vibrant Paraty; venture to the Outer Hebridean island of Lewis and Harris; saddle-up for a Wild West adventure in Cuba; spend a long weekend in Spain; and enjoy a Caribbean feast on Nevis. Our picture story, meanwhile, captures the villages of Hong Kong.
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Free Family guide
In the Summer 2016 issue of National Geographic Traveller – Family
we’ve pulled together 25 no-fly holiday ideas
for you and your brood that won’t break the bank. Elsewhere, we get the kids cooking up a storm in Thailand
; show you how to enjoy Lake Como
for less; and meet the parents who took their kids out of school for an epic year abroad on the Polynesian island of Tonga
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