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  • Sailing the Ancient Shores of Sicily and Malta

    Set sail aboard the majestic four-masted Sea Cloud on a journey into the culture, history, and cuisine of Sicily and Malta. Step into the past among cities and temples left behind by the Romans, Greeks, Carthaginians, and prehistoric peoples—to name just a few.

  • Exploring the Russian Arctic: Franz Josef Land and the Kara Sea

    Experience exploration in its purest form aboard the Polar Class 5 National Geographic Endurance, charting a course from the fjord-laced coast of northern Norway to the historic port of Murmansk, Russia, to remote Arctic archipelagos including Franz Josef Land.

  • Voyage to Great Bear Rainforest: Native Culture & Wildlife in the Land of the Spirit Bear

    Join us on board the National Geographic Venture as we explore Northern British Columbia, Canada, and cruise into the pristine wilderness known as the Great Bear Rainforest, considered one of National Geographic’s “Places of a Lifetime,” and the only area on the planet where you can see the elusive Kermode bear, also known as the “Spirit bear.”

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  • Canadian Maritimes & Newfoundland: Savoring the Seafood of a Storied Region

    Steeped in salt, sea, and stories, the cuisine of the Canadian Maritimes and Newfoundland brings both flavor and heritage to the table. The Canadian Maritimes and Newfoundland were once largely inaccessible islands battered by the northeast swells of the Atlantic. Bound by the Gulf of St. Lawrence and the Labrador Sea, regions of this remote...

    Dec 9, 2019

  • The History & Mystery of Baja’s Gray Whales

    “Those who would reject out of hand the idea that whales are intelligent enough to consciously interact with us haven’t spent enough time around whales.”  –Toni Frohoff, Whale Behaviorist From the biblical tale of Jonah to Melville’s legendary Moby Dick, whales have long captured the human imagination. The planet’s largest creatures, they spend the better...

    Nov 27, 2019

  • Plastic Pollution Is Destroying Our Ocean, But Here’s What We Can Do to Reverse It

    I went for a walk on the beach in Maui the other day, and I kept bending down to pick up plastic litter that had washed up on the shore. The sand had just gone through a clean-up a few months before, but it was already covered in bits of red, blue, and yellow plastic...

    Nov 25, 2019

  • 6 Fascinating Birds to Find on an Amazon River Expedition

    If you’ve ever wondered why people get addicted to bird-watching, a boat trip along the Amazon River should quickly answer that question. Exploring the Amazon’s Pacaya Samiria Natural Reserve has an uncanny way of inspiring travelers who’ve never gone bird-watching before to start scanning the trees and the sky for the most stunning, elusive, eccentric...

    Nov 25, 2019

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