National Geographic Traveller (UK) Jul/Aug 2022 AVAILABLE ON NEWSSTANDS NOW 26-PAGE DIGITAL EZINE SAMPLE [magazine.natgeotraveller.co.uk/jul22|https://magazine.natgeotraveller.co.uk/jul22/]

LONDON (1 June 2022) — The Jul/Aug issue of National Geographic Traveller (UK) is out tomorrow and the cover story this month focuses on the latest safari experiences available across Africa. The newest trips offer wildlife-watchers far more than just a twice-daily drive in a diesel truck — from cutting-edge lodges and innovative electric vehicles to hands-on conservation encounters and off-grid adventures in biodiverse landscapes, there’s a raft of options for exhilarating, eco-minded trips. This issue also sees the return of the annual Reader Awards.

Seeking to reward the very best in the travel business — including airlines, destinations, books and accommodation — there are 24 incredible prizes on offer. ALSO INSIDE THIS ISSUE: Thailand: Explore a thriving food scene and quiet retreats in the country’s verdant heart.
Chile: Indigenous wisdom offers valuable lessons in nature in the dramatic Lake District.
Mexico: Amid the forests and sinkholes of the Yucatan Peninsula, ancient traditions endure.
Vienna: Look beyond the grandeur and learn how the Austrian capital really lets its hair down.
Las Vegas: Sin City is famous for its neon-lit Strip, but its artsy neighbourhoods are stepping into the spotlight.
Northumberland: Birds, beaches and battle-worn castles on an escape to the North East.
Eyre Peninsula: Seafood is the sustainable star in this wild corner of South Australia.
Barcelona: From grand stays to hip hangouts, design reigns supreme in the city’s hotel scene.

Smart Traveller: New cycle routes across the UK; European festivals with a conscience; where to stay in Mykonos; a road trip through Provence; what not to miss in Totnes, Devon; a guide to Wroclaw; and the best sustainable gear for music festivals. Notes from an author: Stuart Turton on the Indian Ocean.
Meet the adventurer: Trans mountaineer Erin Parisi discusses the Seven Summits challenge. Travel Talk: Ask the Experts has itinerary ideas for a holiday to New Zealand; planning a walking trip; the factors that may affect travel insurance; and entry requirements for Greece.

Meanwhile, the infographic takes a look at North Devon’s new status as a World Surfing Reserve, and Hot Topic assesses the impact of Venice’s proposed tourist tax. And finally, there’s a focus on adventure cruises with a selection of thrilling new itineraries. PLUS: Win a three-night getaway to Puglia for two, courtesy of Kirker Holidays. nationalgeographic.co.uk/competitions

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