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3. Video: Hallucinogenic Ayahuasca in the Peruvian Amazon


4.  Alive! Then & Now: Retracing the Andes Survivors' Escape Route


5. Whaling Wars at the Bottom of the World


Travel Directory

Photo: Elephant in Africa

Our Travel Directory is now
available online. Browse
more than 50 outfitters,
sorted by region.

Travel Directory


11 Weekend Escapes
Escape to the Oregon outback; take a climbing class in New York's Adirondacks; bike Wisconsin's famous Cheq 40; and eight more instant getaways.
Weekend getaways


Photo Gallery: Mozambique Rising

Photo: Fishing in Mozambique

After a brutal civil war, Mozambique is back with a thriving game park, world-class diving, and an endless coastline. Get a preview of Africa's next hot spot.
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Action Photography Contest Winners:
Round I


Photo: Desert Hiking

Presenting the first winners
in our Action Photography Contest, selected
by National Geographic photographer Bill Hatcher.
Photo contest winners

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Paddling Over Waterfalls

Climbing Icebergs

Jaguars in Belize


Adventure Sounds
Download MP3 interviews with the magazine's contributors

Hear interviews with some of Adventure's writers and photographers on National Geographic World Talk. Download an MP3 now, then listen to it later on your
i-Pod or other player. Check back every month for new postings
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August 2007:

Survival Skills: Why Smart People Make Dumb Mistakes
Laurence Gonzales draws from 30 years of research and shares his survival insights in "Why Smart People Make Dumb Mistakes."
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June/July 2007:

Italy: Cycling the Maratona dles Dolomites
Writer Dan Koeppel embraces Italy's passionate cycling culture while pedaling the Maratona dles Dolomites in "Cycling the Maratona dles Dolomites."
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May 2007:

Afghanistan: Europe to Asia, Overland
War correspondent and novelist Scott Anderson recalls his 1973 overland excursion from Europe to Asia with his dad in "Coming of Age in Band-i-Amir."
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Tree Climbing in Scotland
Author Richard Preston shares the thrills of ascending the old pines of Scotland's Glen Affric with his family in "The Forest in the Sky."
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April 2007:

The Libecki Brothers at Mount Asan, Kyrgyzstan
Climber Mike Libecki's talks of tales of brotherly bonding in remotest Kyrgyzstan.
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Road Trip: The Ballad of Route 89
Writer Mark Sundeen's tells stories about cruising fromCanada to Mexico on the West's most Western highway from his feature "The Ballad of Route 89." 
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March 2007:

Sebastian Junger: Fear Itself
Writer Sebastian Junger discusses fear and preparing for unavoidable danger in Sierra Leone featured in "Fear Itself"
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March 2006:

Special Report: Blood on the Nile
Writer Dan Duane on the challenge and thrill of talking to Ascend the Nile ambush survivors for his special report "Blood on the Nile"     
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The Southwest: The Lost World of Comb Ride
Writer David Roberts on his feature on the first full  traverse of the Southwest's Comb Ridge in "The Lost World of Comb Ridge"     
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February 2006:

Explorer Børge Ousland on his trek to the North Pole, featured in "Dark Alliance"
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Explorer Norman Vaughan, who died on December 23, 2005, reflects on his100th birthday plans in "What'll You Do on Your Centennial?"
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December 2005/January 2006:

Alpinist Ed Viesturs, who was featured in "Adventurer of the Year," on climbing all 14 8,000-meter (26,247-feet) peaks
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