National Geographic Traveller (UK) November 2015 Available On Newsstands Now Thursday 1 October 2015 PDF Print In our cover story this month we look at India’s spiritual heart — from the River Ganges in Varanasi to the Golden Temple in Amritsar The 180-page November 2015 issue of National Geographic Traveller (UK) has hit the newsstands with a FREE Dubai with Kids guide. INSIDE THIS ISSUE Cover Story: In our cover story this month we look at India’s spiritual heart — from the River Ganges in Varanasi to the Golden Temple in Amritsar and Kumbh Mela, this vast country celebrates its religions like no other. Destinations: We come face to face with the polar bears of Canada’s Manitoba province; hit the great plains of the Serengeti in Tanzania on a safari with elephants, lions and wildebeest; go prospecting for gold, opals, sapphires and dinosaur fossils in Australia’s Queensland; and delve into Jamaica’s reggae scene. Cities: Check into Madrid’s top hotels, explore the cities of Hong Kong, Seattle and Antwerp. Smart Traveller: Discover Buenos Aires’ best food, hotels under £100 in Helsinki, and the Paris jazz scene. Plus, why you should go to Costa Rica, columns and checklists. Author Series: Mark Vanhoenacker on The Berkshires, Massachusetts. Travel Talk: Ask the experts about your travel dilemmas. Photography Competition 2016: The National Geographic Traveller Photography Competition 2016 is now open, with five commissions up for grabs. http://natgeotraveller.co.uk/photo-competition-2016 Features: Three runners attempt to tackle New Zealand’s nine Great Walks in as many days; plus, we’ve some of the best non-skiing winter sports to try this season. PLUS: Win a seven-night boating trip in France for two with Le Boat. http://natgeotraveller.co.uk/competitions For a 26-page digital sample of our November 2015 issue, visit: http://magazine.natgeotraveller.co.uk/nov15 FREE WITH THIS ISSUE Dubai with Kids guide: Guaranteed sunshine and a wealth of family-friendly activities make Dubai an attractive option for parents looking for a diverse city break by the sea. National Geographic Traveller (UK) has a cover price of £3.95, via subscription and on newsstands, and is published 10 times a year. Visit http://natgeotraveller.co.uk for more information. 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