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Mark Twain said Lake Lucerne produces marvel after marvel. The city does much the same.
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The badminton star is, however, fast clocking air miles and novel travel experiences. | By R. Ganesh
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The intricate temple carvings highlight meditation, spiritual teachings, kinship, wrestling, royalty and erotic art, amongst others.
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The 2,300-year-old Great Stupa is the most ancient Indian stone structure still standing.
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Plan a trip centred around the state’s rich handicraft traditions. |By Diana Sahu
Only 2 hr from Dharamsala and 3hr from Chandigarh. | By Anurag Mallick and Priya Ganapathy
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Goa’s 100-year-old musical theatre tradition is alive and kicking. | By Fernando Lobo
One of India's best known birding spots is a well-kept Himalayan secret. | By Bhanu Singh
Plus the chance to see flamingoes; only one hour from Bhuj. | By Ambika Vishwanath
Dine with a royal family and sleep in rooms fit for a maharaja.| By Ambika Vishwanath
The Narara reef is an excellent alternative to those who aren't keen on diving. | By Ambika Vishwanath
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Himalayan treks, wildlife adventures, and wellness holidays. | By NGT Staff
These winged beauties take over Mexican jungles every winter. | By NGT Staff
Music, flowers, and piping-hot vadais at theMasi Magam festival. | By Abhinav Singh
The peaceful, colonial side of the sunshine state. | By Anuradha Goyal
There's a whole new world beneath the waves. | By NGT Staff
India has a train dedicated to teaching about climate change. | By NGT Staff
Only 2km from the gates to Panna Tiger Reserve, Sarai at Toria celebrates Bundelkhand’s forest treasures. | By Annie M. Mathews
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Lights, action and high drama between Feb 20-28 in Thrissur. | By NGT Staff
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See Sachin’s bat, P.V. Sindhu’s jersey, and Bengali periodicals from the 1800s. | By NGT Staff
Spa parties, sunset walks, and panoramic view points. By Amy Alpio & Rumela Basu
Nilgiri getaways, snowy road trips and dance festivals. | By NGT Staff
The best part? It’s all free. | By NGT Staff
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This Chinese nature reserve introduces pandas to their new home—the wild. | By Alexandra E. Petri
Plus, the guts and glory story of how it was captured on film. | By NGT Staff
Snapshots of an India gone by, from our family albums. | By NGT Staff
Introducing Atlantium, the smallest nation you’ve never heard of. | By NGT Staff
A new 360° video from National Geographic bring to life the natural wonder. | By NGT Staff
In these monasteries, the lives of cloistered nuns are rooted in tradition, devotion—and other surprising habits | By Marcela Taboada
Plus, a new government app that makes flying a breeze. | By NGT Staff
Soak in lake and mountain views on this trail through Senchal Wildlife Sanctuary. | By NGT Staff
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Every winter, thousands of these pink, leggy birds descend on the city. | By NGT Staff
Villages, mountains, cars, and people—all blanketed in white. | By NGT Staff
The wildlife writer's madcap travelogues. | By NGT Staff
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The best of Nat Geo Traveller India from Jan 2-8. | By NGT Staff
GoPro footage that takes the predator's point of view. | By NGT Staff
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Skip the city for the vineyards this February. | By NGT Staff
Including a dinosaur receptionist. | By NGT Staff
Learn something new every holiday. | By NGT Staff
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The country’s still undiscovered secrets. | By NGT Staff
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Nilgiri getaways, Grand Canyon treks, and our favourite travel books. | By NGT Staff
The Grand Canyon provokes two major reactions: the urge to protect it, and the temptation to make a whopping pile of money from it | Text by Kevin Fedarko, Photos by Pete McBride
All the state’s national parks to get additional 10km safe zone. | By NGT Staff
Glimpses of our beautiful planet. | By NGT Staff
The best of Nat Geo Traveller India from December 12-18. | By NGT Staff
Our pick of restaurants to catch up on your favourite discussions and debates. | By NGT Staff
Join us at Festivelle, a two-day fest for women only. | By NGT Staff
Wandering minstrels known as Bauls converge for a fest during Makar Sankranti. | By Anurag Mallick and Priya Ganapthy
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Pilgrimages for mind and sole. | By NGT Staff
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Wildlife films and folk concerts at a fort hotel. | By NGT Staff
Finding happiness in chaotic, frenzied Mumbai. | By NGT Staff
LiLou, a pig in a tutu, calms stressed fliers. | By NGT Staff
Also includes discounted stays at hotels like Neemrana. | By NGT Staff
And why they’re never taken down. | By NGT Staff
Our top travel picks for the month. | By NGT Staff
Holidays abroad that don’t require you to battle long lines for a visa. | By NGT Staff
What is it about Goa that makes us return, time and again? | By NGT Staff
Don’t worry about terrible data speeds anymore. | By NGT Staff
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A stand-up comic looks at the crappier side of rail journeys in India. | By NGT Staff
The fearless women who protect South Africa’s Balule Nature Reserve. | By NGT Staff
The best of Nat Geo Traveller India from Nov 21-27. | By NGT Staff
Turning the lens on the beauty and fragility of the wild. | By NGT Staff
Food trails, Sufiana walks, and history tours, with guides like William Dalrymple. | By NGT Staff
Liars’ tours, football matches, and farmers’ markets. | By Ronan O'Shea
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The moon will be at its biggest and brightest since 1948 on Nov 14. | By NGT Staff
The best of Nat Geo Traveller from Nov 7-13. | By NGT Staff
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The Vietnamese dish of soup, rice noodles, herbs, and meat is a street food staple. | By Savi Munjal
The best of Nat Geo Traveller India from Oct 31-Nov 6. | By NGT Staff
Thousands of B&Bs are up for grabs this November. | By NGT Staff
Take a sneak peek at “Planet Earth 2”. | By NGT Staff
Handloom silks from Bengal, dragon-embossed tables from Ladakh.
From New Zealand’s flightless moa to Jamaica’s slithery giant galliwasp. | By NGT Staff
In Africa, Australia, and beyond, nature is on the move. | NGT Staff
Chanting, lamps, and lots of action.
Goa’s cultural calendar blooms in November and December. | By Revati Upadhya
Picturesque hill stations, thriving wetlands, and desert festivals. | By NGT Staff
The best of Nat Geo Traveller India from Oct 24-30. | By NGT Staff
The survey took months of hiking across Bhutan’s highest and remotest peaks. | By NGT Staff
The amphibious vessel will take travellers across land and water. | By NGT Staff
The Delhi-San Francisco flight covers 15,300km. | By NGT Staff
The best of Nat Geo Traveller India from October 17-23. | By NGT Staff
The wild isn’t always as far away as you imagine. | By NGT Staff
The best of Nat Geo Traveller India from October 10-October 16. | By NGT Staff
What happens when an ace filmmaker takes a road trip. | By NGT Staff
Painting the town red, and yellow, and green. | By Ranjabati Das
Three days, four sanctuaries, plenty of forest time. | By NGT Staff
Relinquishing the modern world at a Kolkata institution. | By Satyajit Sarna
The best of Nat Geo Traveller India from October 3-October 9. | By NGT Staff
It’s one thing to raise animals in captivity, and another to ensure a species’ survival in nature.| By Jennifer S. Holland, Ami Vitale
Panoramic rides spanning desert, mountains, and sea. | By NGT Staff
Potato parcels and two millennia of history. | By Tanya Abraham
All you need is two minutes, and a lot of luck. | By NGT Staff
Guaranteed to perk up a rough day. | By NGT Staff
The sale ends October 9. | By NGT Staff
Stand-up paddling, ocean yoga, and surf championships. | By NGT Staff
Great music and laid-back vibes at a city near you. | By NGT Staff
Music festivals, wildlife getaways, and wilder garba nights. | By NGT Staff
The best of Nat Geo Traveller India from September 26-October 2. | By NGT Staff
Nostalgia, adventure, and a trip that spans 4,000 kilometres across three states. | By Kalki Koechlin
The best of Nat Geo Traveller India from September 19-25. | By NGT Staff
Incredible meteorological moments, and the stories behind them. | By NGT Staff
One day in the life of the world’s biggest democracy. | By NGT Staff
A glimpse of Morocco's cultural capital through the eyes of a resident expert. | By Hamza El Fasiki
Toppels adventure house can be disorienting, even for the sober. | By NGT Staff
Plus, half-a-million square miles of the Pacific Ocean get protection. | By NGT Staff
The Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry is closer than it seems. | By NGT Staff
Stay away from the royal groupies with these ideas. | By Larry Porges
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