Inside the latest issue of National Geographic Traveller (UK) – National Geographic

Get ready to kick off the new year with adventures in Argentina, explore Tahiti’s most remote corners, cycle through one of Italy’s iconic food regions and find out how to plan a Great Walk in New Zealand with our Jan/Feb 2024 issue.
Get ready to kick off the new year with adventures in Argentina, from the streets of Buenos Aires to the peaks of Patagonia!

The Jan/Feb 2024 issue cover story shines a spotlight on this vast country that offers experiences as diverse as its landscapes, whether you want to hike in a national park, sample local wine, go whale-watching or stay on a ranch.
The annual Cruise guide is also back to inspire your next ship-bound adventure, be it spotting pink dolphins in Peru, discovering the shores of Falmouth or cruising the Nile in style.
Emilia-Romagna: Cycle through Italy’s ‘food valley’ for a taste of the country’s iconic produce
Tahiti: The French Polynesian island’s southeast offers coastal hiking and surfing fit for champions 
Hampi: Long in ruins, the capital of the ancient Hindu kingdom beckons pilgrims to this day 
New Zealand: For outdoor lovers, completing one of the country’s Great Walks is the feat of a lifetime 
Manchester: Creativity and craftsmanship infuse all areas of life in this northwestern hub 
Montreal: Canada’s second city merges European flair with North American innovation
County Wicklow: Foraging, fine arts and forest paths in an outdoorsy getaway to the ‘Garden of Ireland’
Bali: Local recipes and passionate chefs are the backbone of Indonesia’s food-loving island
Boston: In Massachusetts’ capital city, the best hotels are within easy reach of the culinary and cultural action
Plus, Michelin is coming to Busan; Grenada’s 50 years of statehood; the flavours of the Philippines; ride the rails on Edinburgh’s trams; Helsinki’s hotel scene; family adventures for the year ahead; a city break to Bucharest; a seaside stay in Llandudno; coffee table books to inspire your travels; and stargazing essentials.
We talk with author Geoff Nicholson about US deserts, and outdoor icon Bear Grylls. In our Ask the Experts section, the experts give advice on finding inspirational desert views, travelling to European countries in an electric vehicle, planning a UK ski break and tackling the Zika virus. The Info celebrates 150 years of the Winter Olympics, while Hot Topic takes a look at the practicalities of travelling to continental Europe. Our alternative winter experiences feature looks at cold-weather activities across Europe, from snowy train rides to treehouse stays. Finally, photographer Jonathan Gregson talks about capturing the wildlife of Uganda’s Kazinga Channel for How I got the Shot.
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