Worlds Best Travel Experiences: 400 Extraordinary Places by National Geographic SocietyIn the spirit of top-selling Journeys of a Lifetime series and National Geographic Travelers acclaimed Places of a Lifetime, this lavish, evocative travel gift book spans the globe to offer entrees to the worlds most transformative places, from Thailands Chiang Mai to Australias Uluru monolith to Californias Channel Islands.
Chosen by National Geographics family of globe-trotting contributors, the lavish Worlds Best Travel Experiences offers in-depth site descriptions; dozens of fun, themed Best of the World lists; locator maps; illuminating sidebars, several by travel and literary luminaries; and hundreds of dazzling, oversized, full-color images to bring to life 500 awe-inspiring locations in a wide variety of categories--from entire countries to mountaintop villages to pristine lakes to ancient wonders. This broad, general interest travel title will appeal to active travelers looking for the next great trip as well as to the many readers who simply love dreaming of visiting far-flung, idyllic destinations, and for those who love to be in the know of the next travel trend.
Five years after Journeys of a Lifetime hit the stores, fans are eager for the next great set of cant-miss travel hits revealed in this beautiful 2012 gift book.
23 Best Travel Photos Of 2016 By National Geographic
Sergio Tapiro Velasco of Mexico was awarded the prestigious grand prize for his awe-inspiring image of the moment an erupting volcano was hit by a bolt of lightning. Here are the top photos from the major categories this year. The power of nature. Powerful eruption of Colima Volcano in Mexico on December 13, That night, the weather was dry and cold, friction of ash particles generated a big lightning of about metres that connected ash and volcano, and illuminated most of the dark scene. On last part of , this volcano showed a lot of eruptive activity with ash explosions that raised km above the crater.
Dec 11, Here are the year's best photos from National Geographic Travel.
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The photos and captions were written by the photographers and lightly edited for style. Sonic Boom : Los Angeles is a well-recognized tourist destination. However, it is less known that it is also home to various wildlife. This osprey, shaking off water after a successful dive, was photographed next to the very busy Freeway in the heart of the San Fernando Valley, an urban-suburban enclave of greater Los Angeles. Harsh sun in the zenith made the shot very difficult but revealed a beautiful cloud of water drops following the bird, reminding me of famous jet sonic-boom images.
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