Memorial Day weekend heralds the start of summer, and for many people that also means the season of travel and adventure is here. We’ve got two unique publications joining Flipboard today to be your guides (even if your journey is just an imaginary one): National Geographic exposes the amazing wonders of our world, while Car and Driver revels in the four-wheeled machines that can take us to its farthest corners. Enjoy these magazines, as well as a few other feeds focused on travel.
National Geographic – Tap to Add Section
National Geographic stands for unparallelled storytelling — in pictures and in words. Through award-winning photography and reporting, the magazine escorts readers on one fascinating trip after another, taking them from the deepest plumbs of the ocean to the top of the night sky, and everywhere in-between. What’s more, articles empower people to make informed decisions and effect positive change.
Car and Driver – Tap to Add Section
The world’s largest car magazine sits at the heart of the auto industry, offering news and reviews on anything and everything that’s important to drivers and car enthusiasts. Go to C/D for tests of the latest models, “spy photos” of future cars, news from auto shows worldwide, and insider scoop.
News Watch – Tap to Add Section
News Watch is the blog from National Geographic’s online news service. Digital editor-in-chief David Braun, his team, and a series of guest bloggers report daily on developments in the fields of science, nature, and cultures. See for yourself what life is like inside NatGeo’s world.
Tnooz – Tap to Add Section
As you might have guessed from its name, Tnooz serves up headlines from the intersection of travel and technology. They’ve also got weekly listings of top sites for booking flights and accommodations, by country.
Lonely Planet – Tap to Add Section
Lonely Planet has sussed out the world so you don’t have to. Expert travel advice, tips, destination information, and colorful photography make this a staple for anyone with a case of wanderlust.
“Going Places” photo credit: Kuba Klewaniec