Sunday, 13 May 2012

National Geographic Traveller - Family Summer Out Now

The new special issue of National Geographic Traveller - Family is available now on UK newsstands, focusing on great adventures for the whole family and top tips on booking your summer holiday.

Cover story: An Awfully Big Adventure highlights active breaks
with all the family — from pre-schoolers to teens — and covers destinations as far afield as the Amazon and as close to home
as Scotland.

Maria Pieri, editor and editorial director, says: “Planning an adventure with the kids can simply mean staying close to home — from the wild beauty of the Scottish Highlands to YHA breaks in Wales. Or it can involve looking further afield — perhaps a cycle trip to the moon (Iceland in this case!), diving in the Red Sea, riding a donkey in Spanish Castille, or kayaking in Croatia.

“There’s never been a better time to introduce families to authentic travel experiences and this issue offers a host of innovative ideas, easy-to-use guides, expert advice and tips from parents.

“Plus, there’s stuff for the kids to get involved with too — from did-you-know? facts to maps and interactive games.”

Also in this issue:
• Go on safari in South Africa
• Self-drive France
• Dive into the Indian Ocean with kids
• Oman with teens
• Self-catering options for Italy
• UK active breaks
• Sleep: Ibiza accommodation ideas
• City guides featuring Amsterdam, Boston and London, plus pull-out kids’ guides
• Real life — discussion topics include: late bookings, summer camps, and families of five or more

PLUS a fabulous competition: Win a seven-night walking holiday for four to Austria with Inntravel.

The Summer special issue of National Geographic Traveller - Family is on sale from 10 May. The magazine is published twice a year*, with a cover price of GBP£3.85, via subscription — along with National Geographic Traveller (UK) — and on newsstands.

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