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10 Things I Want to Do Before I Die

They say you can speak things into existence. So, fingers crossed -- I'm sharing 10 specific things I definitely want to do before I leave this little world, and I won't quit until I cross every single one of these off my list.<p><b>1. Sit in the "end of the world swing" at Casa del Arbol in</i> …

Northern Lights

11 Spectacular Spots for Fall Foliage

Summer is a swell season, but throwing on a cozy sweater, pouring some hot cocoa in a travel mug and meandering along a woodland trail lined with trees changing hues isn't so bad either. Hello, Fall. To make the transition easier, park yourself at a property where plenty of nature is on the …

Hot Chocolate

I Heart My City: Luke’s Macau

Michigander <b>Luke Lienau’s</b> relationship with <b>Macau</b> began in 2002 with a visit to see his girlfriend, a native of the Chinese Special Administrative Region. In the course of traveling back and forth for nearly a decade, he became fascinated with the city and its changes. When Luke finally decided to …

The 25 Most Popular Tourist Attractions In The US

And the No. 1 tourist attraction in the U.S. is Gettysburg National Park in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, which sees well over 1 million visitors each year. Several states were represented on the list this year, but six of the attractions are in Washington, D.C.<p>To determine these awards, TripAdvisor …

San Francisco

16 Enchanting UK Spots To Visit Other Than London

London is wonderful, everyone knows that -- it's one of the most visited cities on Earth. And VisitBritian is very appreciative for the tourism... but they're asking you to spread the love.<p>And, why not? There's so much beauty in the United Kingdom outside of foggy Londontown.<p>Here are 16 totally …

Lonely Planet's Best in Europe 2014

Are you packing your bags for Europe this summer, or still just fantasizing about it? Either way, you’ll be spoiled for choice when you cast your eyes over our irresistible expert picks.<p>While our Best in Travel 2014 already touted Paris’ urban renaissance, Scotland’s many events, and Yorkshire’s …

European Travel

How You Can Stay Free (or Super Cheap) on Your Next Trip

When you picture your dream trip, what do you see? Is it a white-sand beach with fantastic surfing, or a hiking and camping expedition up in snow-capped mountains, or maybe you see yourself exploring the streets of a foreign city? Whatever your ideal expedition, it's a sure bet that your daydream …

Air Travel

A mother elephant and her two young calves in Serengeti National Park. See more outdoor scenes from the Traveler Photo Contest: http://on.natgeo.com/SXZEL4 #TPC2014 Photograph by Cara Cortese/National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest

5 Reasons You Should Prepare Nothing When You Move Abroad

"Don't rest all of your life expectations on one outcome. When you have no expectations, you don't lose all that money on wasted ribbons and polo shirts. I flew to Beijing without knowing a thing about what to expect or what to bring. Granted, I also had to live without deodorant and the correct …

Where to find the best bird's-eye views of London

Hold on to your hats - these are the most awe-inspiring places from which to check out London from on high.<p>1. The Shard<p>London’s latest icon offers the capital’s highest viewing platform. From the first viewpoint at The View from The Shard (www.theviewfromtheshard.com), at dizzying level 69, you’ll …

England

A dedicated man prays at the usually crowded Western Wall in Jerusalem. See more entries from the Traveler Photo Contest, and download your favorites: http://on.natgeo.com/1t5BBGP #TPC2014 Photograph by Noam Chen/National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest

15 Reasons Cape Town Should Be No. 1 On Your Travel Agenda

Summer is <i>finally</i> on the horizon and all we can think about is where we’re going to spend our vacations. From lounging on one of Greece’s pristine beaches to sleeping beneath the stars above the Great Barrier Reef, our options for adventure this season are infinite. However, one destination …

A chilling submission to the 2014 Traveler Photo Contest. http://on.natgeo.com/1u1UZpv #TPC2014 Photograph by Sho Shibata/National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest

The 17 Most Amazingly Epic Places on Earth

Do the usual cities and beaches leave you a bit... underwhelmed? Well, we're here to bring you to a magical realm of bubbling volcanoes, cliff-top castles, and roaring waterfalls. After pouring through the tips and experiences from the minube travel community, we're happy to present this list of …

Grand Canyon

Hiking to Machu Picchu: Over the Hills at 60

Hiking to Machu Picchu on the Inca Trail -- to celebrate my 60th birthday -- was one of those "bucket list" adventures that could well have stayed in the bucket.<p>My college pals were celebrating their Big 6-Ohs being pampered at spas or enjoying tropical sunsets on crewed charters in the British …

Preikestolen Looks Like The World's Most Dangerous Hangout Spot

Welcome to Preikestolen, also known as Pulpit Rock. This sheer cliff -- which resembles a pulpit for clergymen of ginormous proportions -- plummets a terrifying 1,970 feet into the fjord below, threatening the life of whichever unlucky soul ventures too close to the edge for a photo.<p>This harrowing …

19 epic road trips through Scotland

<i>Note: Place names located above the central belt of Scotland have been translated into Scottish Gaelic to help with navigation.</i><p>From Selkirk, cruise …

Scotland

National Geographic Travel

Why You Shouldn't Forget About This Insanely Cool Underwater Museum

Instead of diving into an endless train wreck of shots, spring breakers and shallow hotel pools, why not try jumping into the cool blue waters off the coast of Isla Mujeres the next time you're headed to Cancun?<p>If you're not busy taking in Sian Ka'an or exploring Chichen Itza, head to the Cancun …

The 10 Best Chocolatiers in the World

Each chocolatier on our list produces signature melt-in-your-mouth chocolates, be it a single-source dark chocolate bar, a cream- or liqueur-filled bonbon, a praline, fruit dipped in chocolate, a truffle, fudge, or some other sinfully delicious treat. You will never regret indulging yourself with …

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<b>Steve Waters</b> Lonely Planet author<p>Leave the bright lights and tourist delights of Esfahan and Shiraz far behind to track down these astonishing millennia-old relics among the dusty wilds of ancient Persia. From snow-tipped northern crags to scorching southern deserts, you’ll traverse eroded volcanic …

Travel

Scotland Really Is A Place To Love, Here Are Some Reasons Why

It's hard not to love Scotland, especially this week, when the country became the 17th in the world to legalize gay marriage.<p>Scotland is a small country packed with wonders, both natural and manmade, and a culture that's vibrant and welcoming. If you're not already smitten with Scotland, these 22 …

National Geographic Travel

14 Destinations For Your 2014 Travel Bucket List

The new year is rapidly approaching and we're making resolutions and wish lists for the year of travel ahead.<p>If you crossed some adventures off your 2013 travel bucket list, surely you'll need some new additions. Check out these awesome, under-the-radar destinations you should add to your list for …

11 Photos Of Mount Kirkjufell Will Convince You To Fly To Iceland

No, you're not in a dream. This dazzling mountain is called Kirkjufell, and it really, truly exists.<p>The mountain is near Grundarfjörður, a teensy-weensy town in western Iceland. With a summit 1,500 feet above sea level, Mount Kirkjufell the biggest landmark in the village of about 900 …