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Northern Lights: seeing the lights fantastic

We had been on the ship for three days, in almost permanent darkness, and I was on the brink of giving up hope. Then, at about midnight on our last night, we got the call.<p>“The Northern Lights have been sighted. The Northern Lights have been sighted. For the best views, go out on to deck six or deck …

Troll’s Tongue, Fjord Norway: Is this the sickest view on the planet?

IF YOU’VE EVER seen a picture of the Troll’s Tongue (and if you haven’t, just scroll down), you know the feeling you get looking at some random …

23 looks at New Zealand’s stunning geographic diversity

FOR A RELATIVELY compact nation (it’s about the size of Colorado), New Zealand packs in a striking array of landscapes and biomes.<p>From the 10,000ft …


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Selling Survival: Episode 2: First Aid | National Geographic

Selling Survival: Episode 1: Defense | National Geographic

Photographer Revisits Underwater Paradise | National Geographic

"Your Camera's on Fire": Photography Challenges in the Field | National Geographic

Selling Survival: Episode 3: Food | National Geographic

Gorgeous Time-Lapse: Maui's Stunning Skies | National Geographic

How to photograph a tornado of fish for National Geographic

Surely you have seen the photo of the gigantic spawning aggregation of bigeye trevally fish submitted to a <i>National Geographic</i> photo contest. You …

Living in: Great cities for history and ancient ruins

These five cities are pieces of living history, where the past is not only present in everyday life, but tangible in myriad forms.<p>Some cities are pieces of living history, where the past is not only present in everyday life, but tangible in myriad forms, from ancient fountains to Roman temples. …

From Angkor Wat to Stonehenge: How Ancient People Moved Mountains

From temples to pyramids to statues, ancient techniques moved giant blocks.<p><b>The temple of Angkor Wat, the Egyptian pyramids, Stonehenge, and the famous statues on Easter Island were all built without the conveniences of modern technology. Ancient peoples didn't have access to forklifts, hydraulic</b> …

In search of Australia’s real Gold Coast

Beyond the lowbrow glamour of Surfers Paradise are three smaller beachfront towns, each with a slow-paced village feel behind their stunning and very surfable beaches.<p>The Australian Gold Coast tourism slogan, “Famous for Fun”, is a truth in two halves. Located 94km south of Brisbane, the Gold Coast</i> …

High Tide, Chioggia

This southeastern region of Australia is as diverse as it is expansive. Discover world-class wines, protected botanic gardens, year-round surf and a fast-growing bar culture in New South Wales: http://bbc.in/1eJ8WDe

Selling Survival: Episode 4: Shelter | National Geographic

A Handy Zombie Identification Guide | Monster Survival Guide

Onward: A 5,300-Year-Old Mummy with Keys to the Future | National Geographic

13 epic views from the Skåla Trail: One of Fjord Norway’s most rewarding hikes

OUR GUIDE LOOKED UP at us from his stack of maps and pamphlets and said with a hint of a pride, “It’s considered one of the longest upward slopes in …

Onward: From Iceland to Italy in One Minute | National Geographic

Fox Glacier cave. One of 50 images of New Zealand we can’t stop looking at: http://bit.ly/1ais3iV

Vote for the 2014 Adventurer of the Year! | National Geographic