May 2008
National Geographic Traveler;May/Jun2008, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p96
The article focuses on the annual roundup of top guided expeditions started by the "National Geographic Traveler" magazine. Authenticity, immersion, sustainability and connections are the hallmarks of the third annual roundup. The magazine started this annual roundup three years ago to bring readers 50 of the world's most transformative travel experiences, guided by outfitters that promised to leave no trace in their wake.


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