For its sixth anniversary issue, National Geographic Traveller India returns to a fundamental idea: the best ways to travel. Our central showcase this time is the feature “Smart Hacks Around The World”, in which writers and photographers tell readers how to get the most of a destination. There are photo hacks for Ladakh, road trip lessons for Europe, and tips to enjoy London’s nightlife. Some famous names offer an insider’s guide to their hometowns. Shashi Tharoor waxes eloquent about Trivandrum, Raghu Dixit rewinds to his childhood in Mysore and writer Janice Pariat pens her ode to Shillong. And for an outsider’s perspective, don’t miss Akhil Sharma’s contemplative account of his fortnight in Japan.
National Geographic Traveller India is the Indian edition of National Geographic Traveler (USA) the travel magazine of the National Geographic Society. At National Geographic Traveller India we bring together travel and culture, travel and experience, travel and story-telling. Our intention is to inspire more travel to more places, in our vast country and across the world, for the whole family. National Geographic Traveller India tries to bring variety to the experience of travel, inspiring all kinds of journeys from sedentary to super-active ones. Additionally, we are committed to spreading awareness about sustainable travel, and to ensuring that travel destinations endure for future generations.