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Nat Geo Travel

It's a quick an easy switch-up, with big rewards for the planet.
Behold these stunning photos of the natural world.
Iran, home to the oldest civilizations on Earth, is also brimming with remarkable geologic formations and ancient forests that many know little about.
A low-flying raven swoops through Grand Teton National Park in this breathtaking image by #YourShot photographer Tommy Shuch.
London’s Foundling Museum preserves tokens left by parents who gave up their children due to poverty or the social stigma of illegitimacy.
Despite lifts on dining restrictions, these Southern chefs and owners have chosen to focus on philanthropy.
What happens when you leave a camera running in the forest for a year?
A giraffe is silhouetted against a gorgeous sunrise in Masai Mara National Reserve, Kenya in this photo by #YourShot photographer Majed Al Zaabi.
Founded in the 16th century, San Miguel de Allende is known for its stunning, UNESCO-recognized architecture—and for its meticulously prepared gourmet coffee.
Unnoticed until detected with the help of lasers, this enormous pyramid-topped platform is the oldest and largest structure in the Maya region.
Building design can inspire a sense of place, tell tales of the past, and offer glimpses into the lives of a city’s residents.
Stargazing requires a bit of luck, but there are some easy ways to optimize your chances of catching a beautiful view.
"I was able to see the Milky Way when the cherry blossoms at Chureito Pagoda were in full bloom," writes #YourShot photographer Yukihito Ono.
We asked a National Geographic photographer where his most inspiring images have come from.
Hurtling over cliffs, forging canyons, and sometimes creating their own clouds, waterfalls' relentless course reshapes the landscape around them.
This footage of rainbow mist rolling off Yosemite Falls is truly mesmerizing.
Like postcards from another world, let these breathtaking underwater images transport you to submarine spectacles across our planet.
This photographer was first scared of the ocean. But she developed a deep affinity for the water, a lifelong affair made stronger by her curiosity and creativity—and her camera.
Starfish cling to rocks as the tide comes in off the coast of Greymouth, New Zealand in this dynamic scene captured by #YourShot photographer Stanley Loong.
Get inspired for your next adventure with these jealousy-inducing shots of Rocky Mountain life.
With millions of tourism dollars on the line and neighboring national parks shuttered, here's how the adventure town of Jackson is coping.
From figuring out which parks are open to the best practices once you’re there, take a look at these tips for traveling responsibly.
From Acadia to Zion, immerse yourself in these inspiring photos of some of the United States' most cherished wild places.
When it comes to the diverse and immense beauty that spans California, these photos just scratch the surface.
Your Shot photographer Jeremy Johnson documented this dreamy scene of Hot Creek near Mammoth Lakes, California.
Despite efforts to limit visitors, some national parks are getting slammed.
"Some of us just can’t help seeing a peak without wondering what might be visible from its summit, and we’re not sure why."
After summiting Mount Everest 21 times, world-record holder Apa Sherpa is on a mission to build a brighter future for the children of Nepal.
This drone's-eye view of Everest offers an awe-inspiring look at the roof of the world like never seen before.
From towering waterfalls to rich, red rock canyons, this incredible continent is a feast for the eyes.
In western Australia, #YourShot photographer Christina Zito captured this lovely image of a kangaroo.
Should I get on an airplane? Stay in a hotel? As travel slowly starts up again, knowing more about real and perceived COVID-19 risks might help you feel better about planning for the future.
Nature takes on a whole new kind of beauty from the edges of our atmosphere.
The National Geographic archives offer a unique window to our past—and highlight the importance of mindful travel in our future.
Although most of us are staycationing near home, wonder can be found just about anywhere.
Chase the light around the world through these photos of landscapes blanketed in golden hour hues.
"What a great sky spectacle," muses #YourShot photographer Irina Sigl, who captured this golden sunset emerging after a storm off the coast of Asturias, Spain.
The modern-day expedition aimed to uncover traces of Katmai National Park’s history before it was forever changed by a massive volcanic explosion.
One secret of Machu Picchu: much of the impressive stuff is totally invisible.
The Nasca Lines are one of archaeology’s greatest mysteries—and they represent the most diverse collection of geoglyphs in the world.
Forest bathing is not just for the wilderness-lover; the practice can be as simple as walking in any natural environment and consciously connecting with what’s around you.
New Zealand is sometimes called the "adventure capital of the world"—and for good reason.
"The pictures will never justify how amazing it was," writes #YourShot photographer Hardik Desai of this stunning sunrise captured in New Zealand's Milford Sound.
The anticipated blastoff of a SpaceX rocket carrying two NASA astronauts could herald the return of the boom years for this 72-mile stretch of Florida shoreline.
High in the Alpine foothills of Germany stands one of the world's most iconic castles—with a dark backstory to contrast its fairy tale setting.
Stoker never visited Transylvania, much less Bran Castle. So how did it come to be known as Dracula’s?
Tucked away in the northern Romanian region of Moldova, this exquisite masterpiece of intricately painted houses awaits.
Steeped in history, these rugged mountain chains and floral meadows reveal the wild heart of the European continent.
Playful red fox kits chase each other on the prairie at sunset in this moment documented by #YourShot photographer Ly Dang.
Starting in the 16th century, French fur traders and brides-to-be sought their fortunes in the colonies—stoking tension with indigenous people.
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