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National Geographic Traveler

National Geographic Traveler

List Price: $35.94
Price: $10.00 Details
Issues:6 issues / 12 months

Availability: Your first issue should arrive in 8-10 weeks.

Average customer review:
(208 customer reviews)

Product Description

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC TRAVELER is a resource for active, curious travelers. It uses storytelling and you-are-there photography. Features focus on domestic and foreign destinations, personal travel reflections, food and restaurants, great places to stay, photography, trends, adventure, ecotourism, road trips, cultural events, and travelers and TravelWise--which appears with every major feature--furnishes a lively and complete mini guidebook to help consumers plan their trips.


Product Details

  • Amazon Sales Rank: #43 in Magazine Subscriptions
  • Brand: National Geographic
  • Formats: Magazine Subscription, Print

Editorial Reviews

Amazon.com Review
National Geographic Traveler magazine brings the world to your doorstep with lively articles told in a storytelling style and gorgeous photography that inspires wanderlust. Whether you're an armchair traveler or someone who takes a few international trips each year, you'll be immersed in multiple fascinating destinations in each issue.

National Geographic Traveler magazine covers both domestic and international destinations and includes details on lodging, attractions, and restaurants, so you can plan your own getaway. Insider's local tips and cultural events are also covered, giving you an in-depth look at the people and places of a given destination. There's a good mix of vacation types too, including adventure trips, family vacation options, and personal journeys. Regular features covering new hotels around the globe, road trip ideas, and cruise ship ports of call help you keep your finger on the pulse of the latest travel trends.

The writing style of National Geographic Traveler magazine is personal and heartfelt, so you experience the writer's impressions of the area as though you were there and get a true sense of the place. While some of the articles cover once-in-a-lifetime trips, such as scaling a mountain or trekking across a desert, others dip into little-known adventures closer to home, such as national parks and historic sites across the United States.

If you dream of traveling the world or want to find an unusual destination for your next vacation, National Geographic Traveler magazine can help you expand your understanding of the world and give you plenty of new places to add to your travel bucket list.


Customer Reviews

Most helpful customer reviews

11 of 11 people found the following review helpful.
350% advertisements
By Jeanelle Taverni
Limited content with a ton of advertisements. If you're willing to sort through it, it isn't bad... But I wouldn't pay more than the $10 promo. Out of 100 pages, 43 had advertisements and this is not counting the pages that have some content along with an ad... So you're basically paying for half the magazine and advertisers are paying for the other half.

5 of 5 people found the following review helpful.
2Skip this one!
By K. Yother
Meh. As other purchasers said, ads a plenty! Not sure I would ever reknew a subscription. Unless they were giving it away.

The locations they choose to write about are obscure and would cost a fortune to visit on a regular persons budget. Interesting enough stories, but just not for a thirty something such as myself - even as my husband and I are sans children and he's a doctor.

I've struggled understanding who their audience truly is. To active for much of the retired population and too costly for most folks. Get a Frommers book instead or Eyewitness Travel for a place you may actually visit one day.

6 of 6 people found the following review helpful.
3Gorgeous pics, but too many ads
By D. Jarchow
Too many ads, not enough actual travel articles. The pictures are gorgeous though.

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