The May 2018 issue
In the May 2018 issue, we uncover a new side to Italy. From lesser-known cities to conversations with local entrepreneurs, we get a fresh take on an old classic.
Destinations: We go off the beaten track in Brazil’s Bahia region; meet tribespeople in Thailand; follow life on La Digue in the Seychelles; and spend a long weekend in Madeira.
Cities: Our urban highlights this issue include Melbourne, Copenhagen and Philadelphia.
Smart Traveller: Sydney’s revived Surry Hills; Kew Gardens’ restoration; the best rooms in Johannesburg; the five best foodie experiences in Palma; a Jaipur street food walk; and a trip to Scotland’s West Highlands.
The issue also comes with a guide to Western Australia as well as the all-new National Geographic Traveller Food magazine. This is available for those who had previously subscribed to National Geographic Food and is available on the newsstand. From September, Food will be part of the National Geographic Traveller subscription.
With British Airways and Virgin Atlantic adding ‘basic’ fares — and a new low-cost airline on the scene — will we be changing the way we fly transatlantic? Read More»
From India’s sacred banyan to the perfumed cedars of Lebanon, take an illustrated tour of the world, with trees that define each destination’s history, spiritual life and folklore legend Read More»