The Complete National Geographic
Includes 120-page book High Adventure: The Story of the National Geographic Society.
Explore Machu Picchu. Unearth the secrets of the Pyramids. Live with species rarely seen.
Rediscover how courageous explorers found the remains of the Titanic. Brave the perils of a journey down the Amazon. Explore little-known secrets of the wild panda. Then, once more, stand at the edge of the Grand Canyon. These adventures and thousands more from National Geographic magazine's past 121 years are waiting in this incredible 6-disc boxed set.
Browse over 1,400 issues, 8,000 articles, and 200,000 photos exactly as they appeared in print. Now updated to include 2009 issues, our definitive collection of every issue of National Geographic magazine invites you to browse, zoom, scroll, archive, and print in high resolution as you relive thousands of amazing discoveries.
From headline-making events masterfully described by experts to thrilling adventures that took you far away...this exquisite collection captures it all. Every issue of National Geographic magazine has been digitally reproduced in stunning high resolution so you can read articles as they first appeared, even back in 1888.
Take your collection of National Geographic magazines further with the power and ease of digitized information and images. The advanced DVD interface lets you explore topics, search for photographs, browse the globe, and virtually wander back in time. Never before have National Geographic's one-of-a-kind photography and award-winning writing been so captivating.
The Complete Collection: 1888-2009
121 years of articles, photographs, maps, and even advertisements as they appeared in print.
Hundreds of Classic Maps
Our most popular maps have been scanned and digitized for easy searching, zooming, and printing.
Easy to Use
Installs quickly! View, print, and download for easy access anywhere, anytime.
Powerful Visual Search Tool
Backed by the power of Bing Maps, GeoBrowse uses the Internet to let you search nearly 5,000 worldwide locations for articles, photographs, and maps featured in our complete 121-yearold archive.
Track the Evolution of a Subject
Research and insights are documented through the years by National Geographic's writers and photographers.
- Improved user interface for improved viewing of images and articles
- Advanced search functionality featuring Microsoft Bing technology
- Ability to copy DVD-Roms to local computer drives for access anytime
- Built-in online content upgrades to allow users to keep the archive current