National Geographic Traveler Magazine
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National Geographic Traveler is the world’s most widely read travel magazine. Through powerful storytelling and photography, each issue inspires curious readers with stories that show the transformative power of travel. Go beyond the usual tourist fare for authentic experiences—many from a local’s point of view—with expert advice and tips for travel that is sustainable and smart.
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Annual subscription: $19.99 (6 issues)
Monthly subscription: $1.99 per month (6 issues)
Single issues: $3.99/issue
Back issues of National Geographic Traveler magazine are available starting with our Jan/Feb 2012 issue.
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The February/March 2016 issue of National Geographic Traveler magazine includes...
The Wilds of Auckland: Along the fringes of New Zealand’s largest city, volcanoes outnumber skyscrapers, and asphalt gives way to black-sand beaches.
Into the Blue: Dive into 53 water experiences across the globe, from feeling the spray of Victoria Falls to soaking in Iceland’s geothermal spa.
Gently Down the Stream: On England’s Oxford Canal, cruise past pastoral scenes with floating neighbors who leave formalities on shore.
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