Winners of the 2013 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest

Submit entries to the 2014 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest For our 25th annual photo contest, National Geographic Travelermagazine received more than 15,500 entries from skilled photographers from around the globe. Taken in locations ranging… Continue reading

National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest Part. 3

Submit entries to the 2014 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest *** A raging sea dwarfs Seaham Lighthouse in County Durham in England, with 100 ft waves after a cold front moved down from… Continue reading

Virtual lamborghini museum tour with Google maps street view, behind the scenes at Ferrari’s exclusive tailor-made facility, and Bugatti’s legend veyron 16.4 grand sport vitesse – meo constantini edition

Fans of lamborghini will no longer need to fly half across the world to visit the sant’agata bolognese museum in Italy, as the luxury automobile company has launched a fully interactive view of the exclusive facility on… Continue reading

How An Abused Lion, Tiger, And Bear Became An Unlikely Family

National Geographic story News that federal regulations may soon break up a friendship among a lion, tiger and bear has caused some people to exclaim more than “Oh my!” Located in Locust Grove, Ga.,… Continue reading

Winners of the Red Bull illume Photo Contest 2013

Left: Finalist Christian Pondella: “Helmcken Falls, located in Wells Grey Provincial Park in British Columbia, is the fourth highest waterfall in Canada with a height of 141 meters. The water cascades over a… Continue reading

In Focus: A Trip to the Galapagos Islands

  Daniel Orellana of the Charles Darwin Foundation collects seashore imagery with the Street View Trekker at the Los Humedales wetland area on Isabela Island in the Galapagos. An aerial view of Sombrero… Continue reading

Videos of the Month

Bad Lip Reading: Game of Thrones Edition *** Child with Down Syndrome can’t escape the affection of his dog *** Animal Ark in Reno, NV has one *killer* tetherball player *** Orangatan ask… Continue reading

Flash Mob: The United States Air Force Band at the National Air & Space Museum!

It is not often that visitors to the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum are interrupted by the strains of Johann Sebastian Bach. Starting with a single cellist in the middle of the… Continue reading

Madiba….. a life that will never be forgotten

Rolihlahla Mandela, the son of a Thembu tribal chief, was born in Mvezo, in South Africa’s Eastern Cape on 18 July 1918. He was the first of his family to go to school.… Continue reading

The Greatest Iron Bowl & College Football Game Ever Played…Auburn 34 Alabama 28

We thought the “Miracle at Jordan-Hare” was the greatest finish to a game in Auburn football history two weeks ago… It was just the PRELUDE: *** The fans started rolling in Nov. 23th… Continue reading