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National Geographic Magazine
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and National Geographic Fellow Paul Salopek is retracing on foot our ancestors’ migration out of Africa and across the globe.
National Geographic explores our complex relationship with what we eat and where our food comes from.
Travel & Adventure
Cultural, authentic, and sustainable: This is your brain on travel.
Follow Robert Reid as he drives America's ultimate road trips and checks out the county's most fascinating landmarks.
Get inspired to explore with stories, photos, and videos from our experts and travelers.
Get the latest in adventure news—trip ideas, explorer and athlete updates, outdoor skills and advice, gear reviews, and more.
We turn the spotlight on our members and post the latest on assignments, the Daily Dozen, and more.
News & Information
Scientists, explorers, and journalists around the world share great discoveries and adventures as they happen.
NG Explorers are making discoveries every day all around the world. Keep up with the adventure!
From new Mercury maps and how to drive a Mars rover to what's cooking on deep-space menus, we've got it covered.
The future of fuel and power with updates on the latest news and insights from the insiders.
Households around the world are on a life-changing mission to lower their carbon footprints.
Join Nat Geo's Dan Stone and Spencer Millsap as they travel around the world and tell its untold stories.
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Get ideas and insights about pressing issues in freshwater, especially water consumption, locally and globally.
Explore the mysteries of the deep and learn about innovative approaches to address the threats facing our ocean.
How are big cats coping with climate change, loss of habitat, and other trials? What makes cats the most popular pets in the world—and why does your cat do that?