Twitter Chat w/ Traveler’s Editor in Chief on 4/8!

Ever dreamed of having the ear of National Geographic Traveler‘s editor in chief? Here’s your chance.

Keith Bellows will be the featured guest on a live Twitter chat next Tuesday, so start thinking of what you might want to ask him.

When: 12:30 p.m. ET on Tuesday, April 8
Where: On Twitter via @NatGeoTravel and @KeithBellowsNG; Tweet your questions with #enroute to join the conversation or simply follow along.

Everyone’s talking about traveling like a local these days, but what does that mean? From regional festivals and little known restaurants to quiet places to sit and watch another world stroll by, National Geographic Traveler has the market cornered on authentic, immersive travel experiences that get to the heart of a place–and Keith Bellows is our number one resource.

Get the inside story on the travel team’s latest must-read book, Where the Locals Go, hear Keith’s expert take on the world of travel, and find out what it’s like to run the world’s most popular travel magazine for 16 years and counting.

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