Coronavirus will upend—but perhaps make healthier—the ways we use trains, buses, and bike lanes in our post-pandemic future. | By Emily Sohn
As a follow-up to our souvenir story, here are the best responses from our readers.
In the midst of a pandemic, who better than residents of the happiest country of the world to turn to for tips?
Even during a pandemic, thinking about travel can make you happy. | By Erica Jackson Curran
Can’t travel far? Then travel deep to find nourishment in your everyday surroundings. | By Wross Lawrence
As the pandemic continues to cripple the world, we issue updates for travellers to track.
Easy day trips from each state capital that help riders get outside, when the time is right, while responsibly social distancing.
Whistle-stop tours, replicas of dinosaur footprints and a rich repository of van Gogh’s masterpieces—these museums house an impressive collection of wonderful and quirky finds.
From Frida Kahlo’s Casa Azul to Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin, these are the homes we’d Zoom from if we could. | By Cait Etherton
Video calls seemed an elegant solution to remote work, but they wear on the psyche in complicated ways. | By Julia Sklar
Chicken Kiev. London Broil. Peking duck. On the journey from place to plate, the names of many dishes get lost in translation. | By Nevin Martell
Here’s how to explore more: Tour Helsinki and Seoul by podcast, learn to urban forage, and help rhinos in Uganda.
Join National Geographic Traveller India and Foodhall's new series of culinary travel workshops to cook your favourite local dishes from countries around the world. Kicking off this weekend with a journey to Singapore.
The island nation chose strict lockdowns and austerity. What’s next? | By Aaron Gulley
The coronavirus lockdown is keeping travellers away, but the Catalan spirit is fueling a surprising surge of local optimism. By | Isabelle Kliger
Spanning the world's largest democracy, Indian storytellers rediscover their country and witness the completion of another leg of an epic walk across the world.
As global concerns mount around the viral outbreak, we issue updates for travellers to track.
Street food markets in Indore, book-scented streets in Kolkata and clammy subway rides in New York City—places can also be defined by distinct smells.
The Coronavirus is changing how we travel. But will virtual reality—a welcome escape from the pandemic—ever be a substitute for the real thing? | By Angela Chen
Holed up in apartments, pro travellers pore over memories of souvenirs odd and wonderful.
Now that you have time, why not enjoy the vicarious thrills of watching Anthony Bourdain or Stephen Fry on the road?
Climbing Mount Nyiragongo is a mythic quest that ends in a rare sighting of the world’s largest lava lake. | By Alicia Erickson
Every year the city of Taunggyi sees a remarkable choreography of hundreds of hot-air balloons, marking the end of monsoon in the country. | By Varun Nayar
For photographers who, until recently, travelled the world in search of inspiration, the lockdown provides another source of creativity.
Following a National Geographic inquiry, the zoo confirms that four more tigers and three lions have the virus. This comes the same day as two pet cats in New York become the first in the U.S. to test positive. | By Natasha Daly
Grounded flights, shuttered restaurants, cancelled tours—the pandemic brings the hospitality industry to a halt.
The perfect blend of mountain bliss and delightful cultural experiences in Austria’s Innsbruck.
Nat Geo readers worldwide are suggesting new greetings amid the coronavirus pandemic. | By David Beard
Cancelled climbing season deals major blow to Nepal’s fragile economy. | By Andrew Bisharat
Come summer, Tirol blossoms into life with a huge range of sports, outdoor activities and alpine adventures.
Slather that sun lotion and bike amid Shimla's mountains, marvel at Meghalaya's caves, and stroll amid psychedelic corals in Kutch's marine national park.
Readers reveal strategies for making pals, staying safe, and discovering local culture when travelling as a party of one. | By Kelly Barrett
Team NGTI cherry-picks movies rooted in solo travel.
As global concerns mount around the viral outbreak, we issue updates for travellers to track.
The romantic Austrian imperial city of the Habsburgs, capital of arts and culture has a few surprises up its sleeve for kids.
Mexico is the land of flavours—eclectic and explosive. From jaliscos to pueblos, here’s a list of the country’s favourite recipes.| By Nicholas Gilman, Liz Dodd & Kate Armstrong
A photographer revels in the the colours of Kutch with her Vivo V17. | By Tania Chatterjee
Best known for being Mozart’s city, and the location where The Sound of Music was shot, the city has a lot more on offer for visitors.
Discover tips, tours, and secrets from travel planners and experts. | Jessica Flint
Swarovski Crystal Worlds is one of Austria's most popular attractions and a dreamland for lovers of crystals.
Team NGTI cherry-picks movies rooted in travel and love.
Engaging with the vibrant life around the Rann of Kutch with the Vivo V17.
A small (snake-filled) sanctuary in Goa, rich wetlands in Odisha and Himachal, and hornbills in an absurdly green rainforest of Tamil Nadu—four experts list their favourite haunts in India.
Global travel opens new roads for outbreaks, like coronavirus and the flu—but which is more dangerous, and how can you stay safe? | By Amy Mckeever
Feel good with these expert tips for high elevation destinations. | By Mary Anne Potts
As the deadly virus spreads, find out where the quarantines are, what’s cancelled, and how tourism is affected. | By Amy Mckeever
Travel experts offer advice for your next family vacation. | By Heather Greenwood Davis
Photographs from OPPO Sunburn Goa 2019 catalogs the musical festive spirit as shot on Reno2. | Powered by OPPO
Team NGTI cherry-picks movies rooted in the glory days of adolescence.
Leave the city behind for a birding trip near Bengaluru or a painter’s dream town near Delhi.
A last minute business trip to Singapore turned out to be a revelation, thanks to the island’s glorious natural heritage.
Lie under wizardly night skies in Tabo in Himachal Pradesh, hike in the Ladakhi village of Yurutse, and slide down dunes in Khuri.
Conservation walks, zero-waste trails and community living, these alternative experiences allow for responsible, planet-friendly travel.
In the spirit of the season, here are team NGTI's picks for Christmas-related travel.
Record your best moments of OPPO Sunburn Goa 2019 on Reno2 and relive the memories forever. | Powered by OPPO
Capturing the essence of Ladakh with the Vivo V17 Pro.
Look beyond Goa and Pondy—go rafting in Pancheshwar in Uttarakhand, bar-hop in riverside Mahé, and swim in a little-known island in the Andamans.
This holiday season, give mainstream Goa a skip for these alternate delights.
Discover 'Little Varanasis' in Madhya Pradesh, a temple-run in Hampi, and rising spots for king-size feasts.
These subterranean train rides are packed with striking architecture, historic sites, and surprising views.
Go bird-watching in the lakes around Bengaluru, or roam the lush hinterlands of Pollachi in Tamil Nadu.
For lovers of nature, culture, cities and adventure, 62 alternative experiences that go beyond the mainstream.
A writer joins a gang of bikers on Royal Enfields as they zoom through Kathmandu on the road to Mount Everest | By Ashish Jha
Team NGTI cherry-picks movies and books rooted in travel and adventure.
In Partnership With Sonalika Tractors | Through a diverse range of programs representing different components of the social sector, Sonalika CSR fights for environmental stewardship, economic prosperity, and all-round social development.
'Enchanting' is the word to describe the Black Forest Highlands. Explore this region and discover a place renowned for natural beauty, gracious hospitality, award winning cuisines, authentic culture and timeless tradition. By: Rahel Leis
From culture and adventure to cities and nature, this is the ultimate list of the 25 destinations for the year ahead. Discover where to go, what to know, and how to see the world right now.
Documenting the colours & cultures of Ladakh with the Vivo V17Pro.
Check out the highlights of the novel campaign which is a collaboration between The Fern Hotels and the Drop Dead Foundation.
The event celebrated the idea of travel being a transformative experience.
Sustainability takes center stage as the hospitality group celebrates its 10th year.
The annual gala featured an art exhibition, workshops, videos and a panel discussion to raise awareness about the condition of the environment. | Powered By: EarthPillars360
Nestled in a peaceful nook overlooking Rishikesh, a trip here is just what the doctor ordered after a busy week.
Team NGTI cherry-picks movies and books rooted in travel and food.
Explore these frightening haunts at your own risk. | By Nathan Strauss
All long weekends beg a quick getaway—here’s a handy guide for last-minute planners.
Don’t jump queues. Tip fairly. Shop local. Use social media wisely. And more ways to be better travellers while globetrotting.
Unboxing clarity with the Vivo V17 Pro.
A sofa designed after your favourite camping treat or a Lagoon Bed reminiscent of a geothermal spa—Script by Godrej offers a contemporary furniture line based on your travel experiences.
Team NGTI cherry-picks movies and books rooted in travel and friendship.
Unravelling the stoic and spectacular ranges of Leh with the Vivo V17 Pro.
Planning a trip to Gothenburg? Here's a quick guide.
An exploration of this Austrian city takes us through picturesque natural scenes, a happening fashion street and stunning architecture.
The stunning French island is home to a treasure chest of culture and is an adventurer’s dream come true.
Boutique hotels and Novo-Andean cuisine are reaching new heights in Ecuador's capital.
For a Shillong native, Myanmar can feel like home. | By Ramzauva Chhakchhuak.
One chef, six delicious destinations: Travel tips from the culinary adventurer’s new National Geographic series.
Revisiting the enigmatic past of Konyak tribes with Vivo V15Pro.
World class experiences and unique adventures guaranteed! Powered By: Resorts World Sentosa Singapore
With Renaissance Hotels’ ‘Discover This Way’ campaign, a guest got a taste of the erstwhile Nawabi capital.
Diving into the elusive past of the headhunters of Nagaland with Vivo V15Pro.
Madagascar is a gem of a destination with a ton of memorable experiences in store!
Tips for wildlife encounters that promote sanctuary, not selfies. | By Natasha Daly
Say ‘bula’ to travel that leaves a positive impact.
Wild walks, warehouse cafes and street art in Portugal's capital. | By Mariëtte du Toit-Helmbold
Documenting the colour and frenzy of the scenic Kathmandu Valley with the Vivo V15Pro.
Resorts World™ Sentosa Singapore guarantees a fun-filled ride at this incredible theme park. | Powered By: Resorts World Sentosa Singapore
Diving into Nepal's vibrant culture and the famed spirit of its people with the Vivo V15 Pro.
On water, on land and in the air, quench your thirst for adventure.
Exploring the Kabini Backwaters, a Photographers Dream.
A photographer captures the essence of the spirit that powers this centuries-old festival.
Diving into the spectacle of the Anandpur Sahib Hola Mohalla, a festival of valour and might, with the Vivo V15 Pro.
Discover dog-friendly hotels, smoke-swirling cocktails, and the world’s largest digital art display in this Illinois city.
The director reveals why he's drawn to the horror genre, and the inspiration behind his latest release. | Powered By: Warner Bros.
At S.E.A Aquarium in Resorts World Sentosa Singapore, discover the underwater wonders of our planet. | Powered By: Resorts World Sentosa Singapore
An underwater agenda for scuba divers, whale watchers, and shark seekers.
A celebration of off-road driving through Apollo Tyres’ Bad Road Buddies Event organized in Dandeli and Quepem.
This International Day of Happiness, Tourism Fiji invites you to celebrate with our Bulanaires as we share our Bula Spirit with the world in a new way.
An immersive art and dining scene has given Peru's capital city a facelift.
Through the upcoming fiction Mard ko Dard Nahi Hota, we explore real-life instances where pain ceases to exist for certain superhumans.
The female traveller is making her presence felt in every corner of the globe and, in celebration, here's a collection of some of our favourite reads.
The new Grand Hyatt Kochi Bolgatty is the ideal resort for all those craving a family break.
Driving through the crystal route, one dazzling creation at a time.
Ileana shares her Fijian experiences and promises to make you fall in love, just as she did.
Shining with creativity and colour, this buzzing African capital has emerged as an emblem of innovation.
In 2019, treat yourself to a wellness programme at the scenic Ananda Spa.
Street art, avant-garde dining, and urban beaches are bringing a modern edge to Spain's elegant capital.
Cave-crawls in Diu, 200-year-old palaces in Gujarat, and shaking minars in Haryana: those looking for cultural haunts, take your pick.
From lofty canyons in Meghalaya to the depths of the ocean in Lakshadweep: these trips will satiate your outdoorsy soul.
Home-cooked delicacies in Goa, Jampot's many, many street-food haunts and royal spiced liqueur in Rajasthan–here are food stories waiting to be told.
A travel meet-up with the Ministry of Tourism, Sultanate of Oman brings forth the best of everything that the Middle Eastern country has to offer.
Cycle trails in Odisha and Chandigarh, earthy tales in West Bengal, there's more to Indian cities than what meets the eye.
From Pondicherry's artistic streak to Punajb's royalty, these are properties you would want to check-in to this year.
Melbourne, the food and wine capital of Australia is for you.
The world's most exciting destinations for the year ahead.
A 500-year-old living dzong, a temple with an levitating pillar, and East India's only water palace—for the culture connoisseur, there's never enough India to explore.
From spotting India's only apes in Assam to witnessing the Amur falcon migration in Nagaland, here are six places which go beyond the tiger.
A photographer captures the expansive, rugged beauty of the terrain and the delightfully understated culture in Himachal Pradesh with his Vivo V11 Pro.
The Nat Geo Staff revisit their travels from the year gone by and pick a travel memory most special.
Speakeasies, speed trains, and soup dumplings in China’s largest city.
As 2019 dawns, we give you a round-up of last year's best features.
#TravelWithMastercard Bring in the New Year with a luxurious getaway.
Dive into the Indian heartland, home to a rich variety of food, heritage and wildlife.
The winning shots of the three categories—places, wildlife, people—of this year’s Nat Geo Photo Contest.
Call for entries for the 2018 Children's International Online Painting Competition.
In Grasse, fields of jasmine inspire the world’s most intoxicating perfume. | By Cathy Newman
Historic neighbourhoods to modern marvels, here's how to see it all in the Chinese city. | By Eric Rosen.
A steadily infusing immigrant culture and diversity has given the Chilean capital a shot in the arm.
Celebrate the city's tricentennial with legendary cocktails, artsy strolls, and jazz on every corner.
Surrounded by the majestic Himalayas, the mystical valley of Spiti is captured by my Vivo V11Pro.
From ancient sites to modern bites, gallivanting the Latin way has something for everyone. | By Norie Quintos
Ride the bright yellow tram through Portugal’s coastal capital and discover a whole new world.
Skiing in one of Asia's largest ski terrains is a transformative experience. | By Himraj Soin.
With her Vivo V11 Pro, a photographer watches the spirit of Kolkata come alive.
From the iconic Howrah Bridge to the glitzy Durga Puja celebration, my Vivo V11 Pro clicked it all.
In Partnership with Sonalika Tractors | Environmental degradation is threatening agriculture. However, Sonalika Group, a farm equipment and tractor manufacturer, has tied up with agencies like International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT) to affect change.
Chanting, lamps, and lots of action.
Indulge in the best of food, stay and entertainment at Singapore and Indonesia with the card's best travel offers.
A photographer uses his Vivo V11 Pro to make some beautiful memories.
Layovers go from bland to grand with bands, brews, and a therapy pig.
Exploring Ladakh's vibrant colours with my Vivo V11 Pro.
While most water lovers turn to this archipelago for seaside fun, the country offers a lot more than just beaches.
Coconut Lagoon captures Kerala at its truest, with a backwaters experience that reflects the diversity, vibrancy and soul of the region.
“Swimming with Rolex in the cold waters of the Arctic Ocean or the warm tropical seas of Papua New Guinea, these are the places that time needs to go to − and Rolex is there.”
Every woman who wears a Rolex has a story. One of passion and adventure. A story of a pioneering spirit who has pushed back the limits of performance. These women epitomize the essence of Rolex since its very beginnings and what the Swiss luxury watchmaker stands for.
Soak up these water-lapped retreats for birders, anglers, and absinthe-sippers.
The once polluted waterways have got a new lease of life, quite literally, creating a haven for sea life including the delicious canal lobster. |By Adrian Phillips
Good entertainment, great people and welcoming hearts—eight queer-friendly cities around the world that celebrate diversity all year round.
Chettiar legacy. 19th century mansions. Spicy cuisine. Journey through an era when you stay at Visalam.
The last ice age saw herds of human beings journey to different parts of the world including Australia and Africa.
From admiring the beautiful Al Fateh Grand Mosque to binging on local and traditional dishes, Bahrain has something for everybody, making it the perfect vacation spot.
Estonia's forward-thinking capital city is also an innovation hotspot and technology hub.
Comforts are curated. Luxuries are lived. Stories are told.
Cascading, misty hills. Magical rainforests. The sounds of the wild. Fall in love with natural wonders at Wayanad Wild.
Over the course of nearly a century, Rolex has expanded its support for successive generations of explorers in their achievements, as they push back the limits of endurance and expand knowledge of our planet.
For over a century, Rolex has devoted all of its creative energy to manufacturing models that correspond, everywhere and in every way, to the fundamental aspirations of the people who wear them.
With a wave of exciting new urban spaces, this is the time to visit America's Motor City.
Soaring sight lines and high aspirations—Lebanon's seductive seaside capital is on the rise.
An all inclusive Middle East guide to make the best of food, culture and heritage in the island nation.
From hiking in the Black Forest to sleeping in giant wine barrels, Baden Wuerttemberg offers experiences of a lifetime.
SwaSwara combines the ancient techniques of Ayurveda and yoga with the tranquility of Om Beach to offer the perfect getaway for a solo traveller.
An energetic population is upping the cool quotient in Denmark's capital.
Choose from a variety of local and international cuisines…
A much awaited luxury holiday turns to reality |Powered by Citi.
There's more to an African safari than game drives through the golden savannah. Find out here.
Years of history and culture can be found within the walls of Bahrain's museums.
Holidaying will never be the same, all thanks to my favourite clicking equipment.
Rum sippers, deep divers, sun worshippers: The island kingdom has something for everyone.
As changing weather patterns pose serious threats to traditional agrarian systems, Climate-Smart Agriculture methods are coming to the rescue of farmers across the world. By Padmaparna Ghosh.
From getting stuck in nets to eating plastic that they think is food, creatures worldwide are dying from material we made. By Natasha Daly.
With all its culture and heritage comes a delicious spread of local dishes; when in the Middle-Eastern nation, eating breakfast is a must.
The miracle material has made modern life possible. But more than 40 percent of it is used just once, and it’s choking our waterways. By Laura Parker.
CGH Earth offers experiences that make you marvel at the spectacle called Earth.
We curated the best of our readers’ photographs from Uttarakhand. Here are the top five.
In Bahrain, ancient history comes alive within its forts, burial mounds and mosques.
A new generation of creatives is shaking things up, con mucho gusto, in the Argentinian capital.
With flourishing green spaces, well-preserved historical landmarks and cutting-edge technology, the island nation has the best of all worlds.
From being extremely vegetarian friendly to competing with Bengalis' love for rice: Peruvian food is uncannily similar to Indian food.
Explore above, across, and below worlds of wonder with these achievable feats.
A new Karnataka wine strives to protect the mighty tiger.
Scotland’s second city has something the capital doesn’t—unending charm and gallus.
A family of four hopped, skipped and jumped around three lovely cities in India, only to discover their lost love of travel and family time.
Rampage brings to the screens a story of friendship between man and beast. Here is where you can come face to face with these gentle giants. | Powered by Warner Bros.
Sunny days and monsoon showers do not take away from the festivities and charm of the port city. | By Eric Rosen.
Stargazing aside, L.A. offers cinematic history and a thriving art scene.
Lathika George’s travelogue takes you on a journey of India’s farmlands, fisher folk and lost traditions.