National Geographic Traveler Magazine
By National Geographic Society
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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.
Download National Geographic Traveler magazine for iPad and get a sample issue for free. Existing print subscribers can now get complimentary access to the issues for iPad*.
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The April 2015 issue of National Geographic Traveler magazine includes...
The Glow of Vietnam: Out of the shadows and into the now, at light speed.
The essence of France: It looks like Provence and smells like Provence—but the crowds are few in Drôme Provençale.
Peak Experience: Who celebrates a new marriage and a big birthday with a grueling hke in New Hampshire’s White Mountains? Joyce Maynard does.
I Heart Oslo: Cosmopolitan, edgy, playful, Oslo serves up Scandinavian cool with heartwarming enthusiasm.
8 Tailored Trips for the Modern Family: From Pompeii to New Orleans, these itineraries reimagine family vacations.
And much more…
*Complimentary iPad access in not available for introductory print subscription offers.
What's New in Version 1.8.6
Minor bug fixes (mostly for iOS8 users)
Enticing, casual, and inspiring
I grew up with my mother's collection of endless (seemingly) Nat Geo, square-spined, yellow, flying magic carpets that whisked me away to far away lands with only one glance of their breathtaking photos.
My mother traveled extensively, and inspired me to do the same. This magazine reads like your best friend next door is suggesting intimate far away places to visit. The format and writing invite you to travel and see: the bluest lagoons, the most secluded rivers to navigate, the most amazing venues to imbibe, and yet, with just a picture showing the contented eyes of a Czech waitress delivering coffee reminds you that people around the world are just like the people around the corner. Bravo!
App is buggy and not user friendly
I love NG Traveler, but their App is frustrating. It’s not easy to use and it keeps losing past issues of my subscription saying I need to repurchase. Customer service is also slow to respond. I would prefer if they made their online issues to work on iBooks or Kindle instead. I won’t renew my subscription until they do, I’d rather have the hard-copy magazine, it’s the same price and my issues won’t be disappearing.
- Category: Travel
- Updated: Oct 28, 2014
- Version: 1.8.6
- Size: 6.0 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: National Geographic Society
- © National Geographic Society
Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPad.
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