This tutorial shows you how to use National Geographic: People, Animals, and the World, to discover locations of interest, and plan travel to dream destinations.
When you're in need of inspiration from the world around you,
National Geographic: People, Animals, and the World broadens your horizons
with information to plan world travels,
or globe trot from the comfort of your laptop.
If you're not sure where to start your adventure,
use Explore Topics to quickly browse
a hub of travel information,
including world renowned images,
premium magazine articles from National Geographic Traveler
and engaging videos.
Available National Geographic books include travel compilations,
so you can discover amazing locales
and hidden destinations of interest around the world.
Click a title to begin exploring.
Use the title's Table of Contents to uncover breathtaking locations,
fascinating cultures, and life-changing journeys.
When you have a trip in mind,
you can start with a broad search to get to know a region,
and then search within, or click subjects to narrow to specific locations of interest.
You may find travel guides that provide an orientation to your location,
and insider tips about what to see, eat, and do
to make the most of your experience.
Featured and brief articles from National Geographic Traveler magazine
provide new perspectives to help you fully embrace a location's history and culture.
You may also find interactive maps.
Zoom in to navigate the destination and its attractions.
As you explore, use the print option
to keep track of helpful details and images.
You can use Browse Magazines
to flip through every page of National Geographic Traveler.
Whether you've just returned from a trip,
are about to embark,
or simply need to take a mental vacation,
add breathtaking locations to your bucket list,
and start planning your next adventure.
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