It’s time to get personal. 
Eight of the world’s most respected travel writers — including Don George and Pico Iyer — share intimate stories about places that changed their lives in National Geographic Traveler‘s November issue, on newsstands now.

Also in this issue: Consumer-travel expert Christopher Elliott shares road-tested tips on how to plan for (and fix) any adventure with his Travel Intelligence guide and Michael Davie takes us Down Under on a quest to find the world’s cleanest air.

“Real Travel” columnist Daisann McLane explores the thrill of high places; Costas Christ highlights ten Caribbean nations that are banding together to protect their oceans, Boyd Matson shows us the power of not taking no for an answer in Istanbul, and “Insider” travel guru Christopher Elliott writes an open letter to the next president on behalf of U.S. travelers.

Plus, find out what to do with 48 hours in Dallas, get the goods on which museums to visit NOW, and explore the ins and outs of Maui’s scenic (and curvy!) Hana Highway with Hawaii native Ilima Loomis.

See it all: There’s a lot you can’t get online. To see all Traveler has to offer, pick up a copy on newsstands today, subscribe to have it delivered right to your door, or download a digital copy to your iPad. Nobody knows this world better.

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Comments

  1. Adrian
    http://www.traveluniversally.com
    October 19, 2012, 7:51 am

    I would love to read about the role and utilization of the 48 hrs. in Dallas! Curiously waiting for the copy at nearby bookstall! thanks Nat Geo!