CLOSED: The National Geographic Traveller (UK) Photography Competition 2021

The prestigious annual competition is back for its 10th year, with six categories and a selection of fantastic prizes. Have you got what it takes to win?

The wild north: snapshots of life and landscapes in Tohoku, Japan

In the ten years since a tsunami ripped through Japan, Tohoku has rebuilt itself from the ground up. Mother Nature healed scarred landscapes, and people helped each other to come out smiling. These photos show a thriving region, ripe for exploration.

In pictures: the nomadic way of life in Oman’s deserts

With temperatures reaching 51C in the summer, conditions in the deserts of Oman are tough. Amazingly though, life out here has learnt not only to survive, but to thrive.

Natural wonders: witness the most striking scenery in Greece

Lesser known than the neighbouring Cyclades and Ionian islands, the Northern Aegean islands of Chios, Lesvos, Limnos and Samos have spectacular scenery in abundance, from volcanic rock formations and olive groves to secluded, golden beaches.

Photography Competition 2020: the shortlist is revealed

We present the finalists from the prestigious National Geographic Traveller Photography Competition, selected from more than 4,500 entries across four categories.

Celebrating the UK's national parks

The UK’s national parks are natural treasures and cultural cornerstones, and this year they’re turning 70

See the Plant Kingdom's Hidden Microscopic Wonders

It's not easy being green; on a cellular level, our leafy brethren are staggeringly complex.

Incredible Seabird Photos Show Fusion of Past and Present

By projecting vintage images onto the modern-day Guano Islands, Thomas Peschak created striking long-exposure photographs.

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