Coming Up: Best of the World Twitter Chat

Join @NatGeoTravel on Twitter when we discuss our annual Best of the World list—and talk travel, of course!

Every year our editors compile a list of the best places in the world to visit. This year we are excited to present 21 of the must-see locations of 2017. Each falls into one of three categories: cities, nature, or culture.

Join National Geographic Traveler magazine’s Editor in Chief George Stone to talk about next year’s travel-inspiring destinations. You can participate in the conversation at 2 p.m. ET on Friday, November 18, by using #BestTrips2017. Share your favorite memories, bucket-list destinations, or photos of your travels to our must-see locations.

During the live chat, @NatGeoTravel will pose six questions over the course of an hour. George and members of the National Geographic family will give their answers, discuss their favorite 2017 travel locations, and share photos from their trips.

Be sure to share your own thoughts and travel stories. We will be retweeting our favorite responses.

Here’s what you need to know:

When: 2–3 p.m. ET, Friday, November 18, 2016

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Where: On Twitter via @NatGeoTravel

How: Follow and include the hashtag #BestTrips2017 to join and participate.

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