#NGTRadar: Travel Lately
The Radar–the best of the travel blogosphere–is a regular feature on Intelligent Travel every other Wednesday.
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Here are our latest picks:
- Few people have visited the world’s southernmost capital city (it’s Grytviken, South Georgia) and even fewer live there today (20, at last count), but this was the final port of call in Sir Ernest Shackleton’s epic failed expedition to Antarctica. Find out more about “the most remote museum on Earth,” Shackleton’s complicated legacy, and the rich history of this far-flung land. @roadskingdoms
- “If you only had one day on Kauai’s South Shore, what could you do?” More than you might imagine. Swim the shores of Po’ipu Beach, explore three state parks, drive the scenic Waimea Canyon, and more with this fun-filled itinerary. Here’s how. @AdinaMarguerite
- Discover Stockholm’s free spirit with this boho guide to Sweden’s capital city. From people-watching in Sodermalm to sampling organic treats in Rosendal’s Garden, your inner hipster will thank you for adding this Scandinavian gem to your wanderlust list. @BohemianTrails
Got Radar? Follow us on Twitter @NatGeoTravel and tag your favorite travel stories from the Web #NGTRadar. Then check back every other Wednesday for our Travel Lately roundup.
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