Twitter Chat: How Travel Transforms Us

What would you do with one more day off? Or a whole year?

Join National Geographic’s resident family travel guru Heather Greenwood Davis (@greenwooddavis) and Project: Time Off (@ProjectTimeOff) for our monthly Twitter chat on Wednesday, July 15.

Whether you’re an around-the-world wanderluster like Davis and her brood—who were named Travelers of the Year by Traveler magazine for embracing the passport as their key to a global education—or a long-weekend adventurer, tune in for tips on how to maximize your time off, to share travel stories, and get ideas for your next trip, big or small.

> Here’s how:

  • When: 1 to 2 p.m. ET on Wednesday, July 15
  • Where: On Twitter via @NatGeoTravel. Follow the hashtag #NatGeoTravelChat to join us!

During the live chat, Heather will be responding to six questions that will be revealed periodically over the hour. But make no mistake: We want to hear from you, too.

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Heather and the Nat Geo Travel team will be retweeting their favorite responses, so be sure to follow along and contribute to the conversation by using the hashtag #NatGeoTravelChat.

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