Winners of the 28th Annual NATJA Awards Competition Announced!

PASADENA, CALIF. - The North American Travel Journalists Association (NATJA) announced the winners of the 28th Annual NATJA Travel Media Awards Competition. Awards were made to publications, travel journalists and photographers, and top destination marketing associations. Winning entries from major publications included The New York Times, Boston Globe, Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, Hemispheres, Travel + Leisure, Air Canada enRoute, and American Way. National Geographic Traveler was selected as the top travel magazine for the third year in a row. Destination marketing organizations receiving honors were Arkansas Tourism and Visit Buffalo Niagara. Click here to see the complete list of the winners and honorable mentions.



About the North American Travel Journalists Association

NATJA’s mission is to provide educational and networking opportunities to help members excel in their craft and exceed their professional expectations.

The industry is experiencing substantial changes as developments in publishing and communication change roles, processes and opportunities for travel journalists and travel destinations. The North American Travel Journalists Association (NATJA) is committed to helping media members navigate these changes, learn new skills and techniques and position themselves to prosper in the new multiplatform travel journalism environment and be among the top tier of travel journalists. As the only professional organization to promote the symbiotic relationship between destinations and freelance, independent media, NATJA provides education and tools for Convention and visitors bureaus and destination marketing organizations to succeed in their objective of developing travel and tourism opportunities for their constituents.