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How To Hike One Of The World's Most Dangerous Volcanoes en

nationalgeographic.com · over 1 year by Pete R.

Few things rattle residents of the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. For decades they’ve lived with wars and rebellions spilling out from their ..

Staff Picked
Best Trips 2018

nationalgeographic.com · 1 yr by Pete R.

Looking for your next adventure? Our editors’ top picks will have you discovering new trails, tasting local foods, and spotting vibrant wildlife aro..

Pictures Of Norilsk, Russia, One Of The Coldest And Polluted Cities

nationalgeographic.com · over 1 year by Mary

With the population of more than 170,000, Norilsk, Russia, is one of the biggest cities above the polar circle. The architect created the urban spac..

Nine Female Adventure Photographers Who Push The Limits en

nationalgeographic.com · over 1 year by Cyproxy

What does it take to be an adventure photographer? You need stamina, expert skills in a sport, and the ability to work under extreme conditions, oft..

This Ancient Mud Skyscraper City Is The 'manhattan Of The Desert' en

nationalgeographic.com · almost 2 years by Little Lil

Freya Stark dubbed Shibam "the Manhattan of the desert" in the 1930s. In the heart of Yemen’s Wadi Hadramaut, a cluster of ancient mud skyscrape..

6 Painful Lessons Learned While Hiking Grand Canyon National Park In Arizona en

nationalgeographic.com · over 1 year by Vict

Mike St. Pierre and Kevin Fedarko negotiate a route atop a redwall limestone cliff inside Marble Canyon. I guess you can call it a grand beat do..

A Toast To Georgia

nationalgeographic.com · 11 mths by jatkinson

Performers show off a traditional sword dance at Tbilisi restaurant Phaetoni. THE TABLE IS SET for the supra, the traditional feast around which..

13 Tips For The Perfect Campervan Trip en

nationalgeographic.com · almost 2 years by Steve S.

A campervan sits parked on Bolivia's Salar de Uyuni, the largest salt flat in the world. These converted vehicles give travelers the freedom to expl..

Life Aboard The Longest Train Ride Through India

nationalgeographic.com · 1 yr by Pete R.

Beneath the relentless churn of steel, wood, and dust, the Indian railway is made entirely of stories. For more than a century, it has witnessed the..

A Guide To Timbuktu, Mali

nationalgeographic.com · 2 mths by Pete R.

This West African city—long synonymous with the uttermost end of the Earth—was added to the World Heritage List in 1988, many centuries after its ap..

Stunning Under-the-radar Hikes In Europe

nationalgeographic.com · 12 mths by Pete R.

Global tourism is on the rise. There was a six percent increase in worldwide travelers in 2017, and nearly 52 percent of Americans plan to visit Eur..

Haunting Relics Of A Country That No Longer Exists en

nationalgeographic.com · almost 2 years by Pete R.

Hundreds of bizarre futuristic monuments appear out of place jutting from the varied landscape of the former Yugoslavia—ghostlike echoes of a countr..