Part of “The Trip That Changed the Way I Travel” series.
Surreal graffiti, pumping bars and funky cafes in the hippie heart of Copenhagen.
Taste local wines, visit heritage towns, and build incredible memories with these six easy escapes that hit the spot. | Powered by Germany Tourism
Heritage walks, funky ethnic wear, and Goan flavour.
Hampshire, U.K. hosts a year-long festival for the beloved novelist, buried here 200 years ago. | By NGT Staff
A bullock-cart ride, angling, and tips on sustainable farming at Saguna Baug. | By Denise Sankhe
TrinTrin is set to launch in March 2017.
Project 100DaysinHimalayas spots the rarest of the rare in the Himalayan birding paradise.
From temple towns to pristine beaches and mountain getaways swathed in mist. | By NGT Staff
Plug in earphones, and take a few minutes to travel with your mind.
Listen to Persian poetry, throat singers from Mongolia, and Bauls from Bengal.
Meet Agent X and Agent Full Stop. | By NGT Staff
Top notch seafood, from the people that haul in the catch.
#Project 100DaysInHimalayas takes on Pokhara.
Floating mountains and magical rides in the Orlando theme park. | By NGT Staff
South Asia’s largest contemporary dance festival returns to Bengaluru.
Pick an old-school caravan or a vintage festival for a blast from the past.
Project #100DaysInHimalayas finds a calm in the Nepali capital.
The International Kite Festival brings professionals from around the world.
Finding big joys in small places.
Outdoors and in—uncovering the secret to good living in the Danish capital.
Turn up for guided nature walks, rock concerts, and delicious local food.
Surreal sculptures and lunch by the sea in Copenhagen.
Falling in love with the Danish capital, one view at a time.
The fleet-footed animals are particularly perky after the rains.
"Curry Pow" documents the chills and thrills of the country’s burgeoning snow sport community.
Award-winning films, watched with a gentle mountain community.
A relaxed holiday that’s easy on the eyes and the knees.
Laid-back yoga holidays from Rishikesh to Kerala.
Snapshots from life on the road.
Japan has officially recognised the perks of gazing at trees since 1982.
Project #100DaysinHimalayas on a risky road trip.
Project #100DaysinHimalayas reaches half-point in Himachal Pradesh.
Over a million attendees expected at the Hemis Monastery this September.
The Jules Undersea Lodge in Florida has the answer.
Another man-made wonder in Dubai.
Nat Geo photographer Mathieu Paley’s haunting photos of life along the fast lane.
Project #100DaysInHimalayas sights big cats and a jungle thirsty for the monsoon.
Sculptures and interactive art paint the Australian port city in neon.
On taking the road less travelled.
The Uttarakhand temple town is rising like a phoenix.
West Bengal’s hilly district has fine tea and people.
Mongpu draws orchid-lovers and literary pilgrims.
Discovering cities and forests under the blanket of the night.
“It was like God had pulled a curtain back for two hours.”
8 dark-sky locations with nocturnal views as brilliant as nature intended.
Music can mean survival in icy Ladakh.
Green sand, hot spring beaches, even ice on the shore.
Underwater views of the glacial rivers of Ladakh.
Heritage properties and boutique stays from Shimla to Pondicherry.
Plus photo tips and his most memorable image of the country.
A week-long itinerary to discover cultures from the Stone Age to the present.
Feasting, meditating, heritage walks—it’s all good.
Five centuries of fiercely protecting nature.
In conversation with one of they city's most vibrant guides.
All you need to know before you visit Banaras.
In search of the luminous in India's City of Light.
The colourful, chirpy avian residents of the Himalayas.
These Gujarati households are straight out of a fairytale.
The captive power of a place.
The great naturalist’s appetite is celebrated with the weirdest birthday tribute ever.
These journeys are perfect for creating new memories while revisiting old ones.
Practical pointers to help travellers off set environmental karma.
From a Cartoon Network water park to a sheep farm, there’s more to Pattaya than just beaches.
Every detail has been demolished and recreated in exactly the same way for over a 1,000 years.
Holiday Special: Mirrored ceilings, candles and tantric foreplay—make time for these couples retreats.
Read on for the world’s most turbulent craters.
The art of being incredibly still in Matrimandir, Puducherry.
Choose from sub-zero temperatures, walls of sodium chloride or an underwater lodge.
The explosive roots of words from badminton to bikini.