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Nat Geo Travel

In the last 50 years alone, hundreds of scenic natural landmarks around the world have drastically shape-shifted, never to return to their former states.
The Mobius Arch stands in stark contrast to gray skies over the rugged terrain of Alabama Hills, California in this thoughtful scene captured by #YourShot photographer Lydia Jacobs.
From open highways through scenic landscapes to the country's most historic roads—your dream road trip awaits.
The recently inaugurated U.S. Civil Rights Trail is a conceptual pathway that links 130 museums, churches, courthouses, and other places that have contributed to the advancement of social equality.
"Developing a more inclusive travel perspective requires no sacrifice. It isn’t a charitable act; all travelers benefit when the fullest possible stories are told."
From the Great Wall of China to Emperor Qin's terra-cotta, the immense nation of China offers an incredible wealth of World Heritage Sites, just begging to be explored.
Trek through the rainforest, along the shoreline, and atop towering peaks on these magical hikes.
"If you've never been to the beaches in the Pacific Northwest, in Oregon and Washington, you must," writes #YourShot photographer Garret Suhrie. "Sitka spruce filled mountains falling right into the ocean, and more sea stacks than could be counted."
More than a dozen industry experts believe that this year—more than ever before—travelers will prioritize their journeys’ impacts: on the planet, on local communities, and on themselves.
Slip away to some quieter spaces.
Ease your impact on places you visit—and get more out of the experience—with this mindful travel advice.
A surfer surveys Iceland's frigid waters before deciding to take the plunge in this inspiring image by #YourShot photographer Sebastien Montaz-Rosset.
With a journey that begins in the desert and ends at the sea, claim your place as a sonic explorer with this enlightening itinerary.
Why wait for spring wildflowers to venture through America’s backyard? Hit the snow-covered trails for equally spectacular views.
New Mexico’s picturesque preserve won a campaign for federal protection, and others aren’t far
America’s state parks may keep a lower profile than the renowned national parks, but that doesn’t mean they’re any less of a worthwhile destination.
Done without the use of baiting, these dives offer incredible opportunities to encounter both sharks and the shipwrecks that they call home.
Blacktip reef sharks cruise the shallows off French Polynesia in this dynamic scene captured by #YourShot photographer Rick Miskiv.
They may not be mermaids, but an encounter with these graceful animals is equally unforgettable.
In the mountains of the Philippines, these terraced fields—and the knowledge to farm them—have been passed down for centuries.
Dust and debris from the country’s second-most active volcano—which last exploded in 1977—has affected flights and attractions. Here's what you need to know.
The sea in all its styles, from big-wave drama to lapping lagoon, sets the scene at the world’s most spectacular island destinations.
This roundabout route will take you through fairy-tale castles, picture-perfect vistas, and vineyards galore—leaving the crowds of tourists in your dust.
"I've never seen anywhere in the world as beautiful as Pin Valley," writes #YourShot photographer Darshan Singh. "It has something to do with the fact that the valley is very small and the mountains are very big, so you have this miniature countryside surrounded by the Himalayas"
Think of tarot nowadays and you might conjure images of fraudster psychics—but in the late Middle Ages and early Renaissance, it represented a ripe new medium for artists and poets.
From remote mountain ranges to twisting river bends, indulge, discover, and recharge on this revitalizing journey through Slovenia. @SloveniaInfo #sponsored
The Japanese wellness practice is said to generate a slew of health benefits. Does it work?
In Europe, the countryside is dotted with hundreds of well-preserved castles that help form these enchanted landscapes to visit.
See nail-biting images of adventurers resting among the clouds in these lofty shots from around the world.
A hammock provides for some peace and relaxation near Istanbul's Menekse Beach in this dreamy image by #YourShot photographer Melih Ersahin.
These small cities offer everything from great hikes to pure relaxation—all with the perfect cup of coffee.
San Miguel de Allende is known for its stunning, UNESCO-recognized architecture—and for its meticulously prepared gourmet coffee.
Can a forest be a haven for conservation and cash-crop agriculture at the same time?
See Vietnam’s diverse landscapes and staggering natural beauty through stunning aerial photos.
Step away from Asia's big cities to explore its tucked-away villages, treasured towns and even a temple-studded island.
A densely-packed school of fish parts for a passing free diver off the coast of Thailand in this mesmerizing scene captured by #YourShot photographer Tony Myshlyaev. "As far as I'm concerned, they did all the heavy lifting to make this photo work," he writes. "Here is to them."
To a growing legion of ice climbing enthusiasts, it's the perfect way to step outside the nine-to-five comfort zone—and catch one spectacular view.
Kilimanjaro’s ice climbing can be some of the best on Earth, but these glaciers—like glaciers everywhere—are at risk of disappearing.
From the blue devils in Trinidad and Tobago to the elaborate masks in Venice, here’s what to see where.
Set against the towering backdrop of Volcán de Agua, Antigua, Guatemala boasts a colorful collection of church steeples and fascinating ruins.
This Manitoba gem is one of the few places in the world where visitors can watch tiny, three-month-old bear cubs explore their snowy new world for the first time.
"The first snow of the season excited this male polar bear," writes #YourShot photographer Jennybear Stevens. "He played in the snow for over an hour."
It's our 132nd birthday! The National Geographic Society was founded #OTD in 1888. “Only if we understand, will we care. Only if we care, will we help. Only if we help, shall all be saved.” –Jane Goodall
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Home to nine national parks, a fiesta of rushing rivers, and the world’s tallest forests, the Golden State is a haven for the adventurous at heart.
These destinations are all the buzz.
Follow North America’s ultimate wild food from river to table.
This might just be one of North America's most awe-inspiring parks.
"The wind whipped all night around us," writes #YourShot photographer Matthew Loesch-Fries, who captured this spectacular sunrise in Oregon. "When we awoke we found the most magical scene outside!"
There’s nothing like the freedom and spontaneity of exploring a city entirely on foot.
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