Inside National Geographic: Summer Vacation Ideas, Photo of the Day Turns 10, Puppy Photos, More
If you're having trouble viewing this email,
see it on the Web
Photo of the Day
Watch Video >
Visions of Earth
See the Gallery >
Travel Photos 101
Get Tips >
Best Summer Trips of 2011
Looking for an out-of-the-ordinary destination for your summer vacation? Check out these 10 top trips, picked by the editors of
National Geographic Traveler
See the List >
2011's Best Trips >
World's Best Hotels >
Best Family Tips >
Photo of the Day Turns Ten
Celebrate the anniversary of our popular series with a gallery featuring our top picks from the decade.
Vote for Us!
We have five Webby nominations. If you like what we do, support our
Life in a Day
Our newest movie consists solely of user-submitted YouTube videos that were shot in a single day.
Join leading thinkers at National Geographic's annual exchange of ideas and solutions, May 30-June 2 in Aspen.
Traveler Photo Contest
, comment, share, and
your best photos today.
Your Puppy Photos
Here's a gallery of the cutest photos—and puppies—you'll see all week. Ready, set, awwww.
Auroras to Aid Planet Hunt?
Radio signals from alien auroras may help expand the search for new planets outside the solar system, astronomers suggest.
Biggest Fossil Spider Found
The new species is the oldest member of a group of modern web weavers that spin five-foot webs, a new study says.
Europe Diving Under Africa?
Colliding tectonic plates along the Algerian and Sicilian coasts are creating a new zone of increased quake and tsunami risks, an expert says.
Shop our online store »
If you received this email from a friend and would like to subscribe to this or other National Geographic emails,
Change Email Address
Update Email Preferences
Click the unsubscribe link above to be removed from our email program, or send your request to
National Geographic; Attn: E-newsletter Program; 1145 17th Street NW; Washington, DC 20036.
Copyright © 2011 National Geographic Society. All Rights Reserved.
To ensure you receive your National Geographic emails, please add firstname.lastname@example.org to your address book now.