With the launch of 50 Places of a Lifetime: Canada, National Geographic Travel brings together the best Canadian travel writers with National Geographic photographers.
The result: a destination-based digital super mag with comprehensive coverage of any single country.
Claimed to be the world’s first digital super mag, it showcases all-new content from every Canadian province and territory and launched Wednesday on Nationalgeographic.com/canada50. Additional content rolls out the entire month of October.
“This is a celebration of all that is Canada,” said Keith Bellows, a native Canadian and editor-in-chief of National Geographic Traveler magazine. “For anyone planning a trip to Canada, this massive digital content is a must read.”
The super mag’s content includes practical travel information on where to stay, when to go, how to get around, what to eat or drink, what to buy, and what to read or watch before you go. There are also helpful links as well as a fun fact about each destination.
Site visitors will be encouraged to nominate their favorite Canadian location on a form titled “Name Your Own Canada Place of a Lifetime.” Nominations will be accepted from Oct. 1 to Oct. 31, 2013, with the top entries highlighted online in November.
In the picture above: A pristine iceberg stands out starkly against Nunavut’s blue skies. Photo courtesy: National Geographic