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Editor’s letter


F


or many of us, travel is integral to who we are — it’s in our hearts, our minds, our souls. And yet, here we are, in unprecedented times. Travel is, for the time


being, stalled due to the Covid-19 pandemic. At the time of going to press, borders are closed, airports are silent, planes are grounded and people worldwide are severely curtailing their movement. Health and wellbeing, rightly, are at the forefront of our minds. But, like all crises, this will pass. And the hope is that we’ll


emerge united — and perhaps more resilient, too. Despite the challenges posed, for many of you, the desire to travel will remain. And if there’s one thing we strive for at National Geographic Traveller, it’s to ensure this magazine off ers as much to those readers who aspire to travel as it does to the ones who are already committed globetrotters. So if you’re an armchair traveller for the time being,


you’ve picked the best place to be. Journey with us from the Guatemalan Highlands to the newest hiking route in Israel, enjoy Japan’s natural wonders, and get an inside perspective on Lima’s artistic renaissance. Travel is, at its heart, as much about fascination and


learning as it is about physical exploration. Now it’s temporarily on hold, this is a time to stoke your imagination for all the journeys yet to be made.


PAT RIDDELL, EDITOR


@patriddell @patriddell


AWARD-WINNING NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC TRAVELLER


British Travel Awards 2019: Best Consumer Holiday Magazine • BGTW Awards 2019: Best Travel Writer • BGTW Awards 2019: Best Europe Travel Feature • BGTW Awards 2019: Best Transport Feature • Travel Media Awards 2019: Young Writer of the Year • Travel Media Awards 2019: Specialist Travel Writer of the Year • AITO Travel Writer of the Year 2019 • AITO Young Travel Writer of the Year 2019 • French Travel Media Awards 2019: Best Art & Culture Feature • BGTW Awards 2018: Best Travel Writer • Travel Media Awards 2018: Consumer Writer of the Year • Visit USA Media Awards 2018: Best Consumer Travel Magazine Feature • BSME Talent Awards 2018: Best Designer • British Travel Awards 2017: Best Consumer Holiday Magazine • BGTW Awards 2017: Best Travel Writer • BGTW Awards 2016: Best Travel Writer • British Travel Awards 2015: Best Consumer Holiday Magazine


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