National Geographic Traveler (UK) December 2021 available on newsstands now

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LONDON (November 4, 2021) – The December issue of National Geographic Traveler (UK) is now available. This month’s coverage focuses on the Caribbean, with a selection of 14 of the most alluring islands, where memorable adventures amidst natural wonders await. From climbing the volcanoes of Dominica and snorkeling the pristine reefs of Bonaire to exploring the rums of Martinique and the colorful street art of Curaçao, this is a region that excels in nature and nature. unexpected.

National Geographic Traveler also announces the winners of its 2021 Travel Writing Contest in this issue – the winner and four finalists who most impressed our editors are revealed.

With the December issue comes a free winter sports guide, featuring 29 snow adventures, from Europe to Scandinavia, North America and beyond: an expert trail guide and summits, as well as the best resorts of this season, trips, the best kit and great interviews.

ALSO IN THIS ISSUE:

Denmark: Discover stories, seaweed, and an assortment of slow-motion tours of the bucolic nation’s eastern islands.
Cyprus: explore the western fringes of the island, a wild and mythical antidote to the sunny seaside resorts of the south.
Bhutan: In the middle of the peaks of the Himalayas, the Paro Tshechu festival is as moving as the landscape.
Liverpool: Long shaped by immigration, the city on the banks of the Mersey is no stranger to currents of change.
Nairobi: Linger longer in the Kenyan capital to discover modern galleries and a lively bar scene.
Madeira: Lush flora and thrilling adventures on the Portuguese volcanic island.
Tasmania: An appreciation for land and produce runs deep in the Australian island state.

Smart Traveler: a glimpse of culinary hotspots from Moscow’s very first Michelin guide; the best winter festivals across the UK; the Bologna architectural treasures trail; a family surf trip to Cornwall; the best hotel options in Galway; a taste of the Basque Country with José Pizarro; not to be missed in Salvador, Brazil; a guide to Arundel in West Sussex; and the best kit for an arctic adventure.

Author’s Notes: Tharik Hussain on the Western Balkans.
Meet the Adventurer: Expeditionist Lucy Shepherd.

Travel Geeks: Ask the Experts has tips on where to go for a wild outdoor trip in Canada; options for mountain biking in the UK winter; where to stay in a windmill in Norfolk; and if you need a special kind of face mask for air travel. Meanwhile, the infographic traces Christmas celebrations across the globe, and Hot Topic examines the viability of zero-emission flights.

MORE: Win a five night stay for two at Quinta do Lago in Portugal. nationalgeographic.co.uk/competitions

For a 26-page digital sample of our December 2021 issue, visit: magazine.natgeotraveller.co.uk/dec21

National Geographic Traveler (UK) has a cover price of £ 4.95, is available by subscription and on newsstands, and is published 10 times per year. Visit nationalgeographic.co.uk/travel for more information.

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