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Our #NGTUK #PhotoOfTheWeek is by Robin Hasnat, of Bangladesh, land of beauty. To enter, join the Flickr group pool and share your best travel photos:http://www.flickr.com/groups/natgeotraveller/pool
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Some tourist attractions sound too good to be true. What’s more, they probably are
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Tour de France fever is set to hit Yorkshire in July, when it becomes the bike race’s starting point. That aside, this proud Northern region has a foolproof formula to grip your psyche, with its windblown moorland, buzzing restaurant scene and relics of historic wonder
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Shunning the crowds and cruise ships, author Robert Twigger ventures down the Nile aboard a ‘stealth craft’ — a tiny inflatable beach toy. #Egypt
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Our #NGTUK #PhotoOfTheWeek is by Gerard Puigmal, of Morocco. To enter, join the Flickr group pool and share your best travel photos:http://www.flickr.com/groups/natgeotraveller/pool
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Seoul’s transformation from a traditional, dynastic enclave to a high-tech, high-tempo global city is almost complete, yet life here remains intensely communal, revolving around blow-out meals and a thriving market culture that has barely changed in centuries
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The morning sun is barely visible, but the light illuminating the frozen lagoon is blinding. Gleaming crystal-clear shards pepper a black-sand shoreline...
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Our #NGTUK #PhotoOfTheWeek is by Lauri Hytti, of a boy in Kyaiktiyo, Burma. To enter, join the Flickr group pool and share your best travel photos: http://www.flickr.com/groups/natgeotraveller/pool
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Travel to Vancouver Island, sitting pretty off British Colombia, and embrace the cold — surf, storm-watch and have miles of forest-backed Pacific coastline all to yourself
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Ever since Aung San Suu Kyi lifted the tourism boycott in 2010, the floodgates to Burma (Myanmar) have been well and truly open. But rather than follow the crowds, head south on a sailing trip to the Mergui Archipelago — a scattering of 800 islands where coral gardens, thick jungle and the mysterious Moken people have lived for centuries
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The world's most widely read travel magazine is now available in the UK.
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National Geographic Traveller was launched in the UK in December 2010, joining a worldwide family under the National Geographic Traveler (US) brand that makes up one of the most widely read magazines in the world. The UK edition became the 14th international edition to join the family which has already reached over 21 countries and continues the theme of All Travel, All the Time. It offers insightful storytelling from passionate travel writers and great 'you- are-there' photography to inform and inspire you. National Geographic Traveller is passionate about discovering the world, its endless cultures and fascinating people while championing sustainable travel.