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Photo Expedition
EXPEDITION OVERVIEW:

The Galápagos Archipelago, Darwin’s living laboratory, is home to an abundance of wildlife. Isolated from the mainland for millions of years, it is a rare wilderness where animals have no instinctive fear of humans. Traveling aboard the National Geographic Endeavour II, experience up close encounters with unique species such as flightless cormorants, marine iguanas, and giant tortoises.

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Photo Expedition

Watch the National Geographic Orion navigate the Tiputa Pass into the lagoon at Rangiroa, one of the largest atolls in the world.

Go ashore at the seldom-visited isle of Huahine, former residence of Tahitian royalty, and visit ancient sites with an archaeologist.

Grab one of our ship’s stand-up paddleboards or kayaks and glide across serene turquoise lagoons.

Take in spectacular views over Bora-Bora from one of its emerald crags, and then snorkel or dive from a private motu—an islet on the outer reef.

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Photo Expedition

EXPEDITION OVERVIEW

Capture sunrise and sunset over the Taj Mahal, and go on photo shoots at five other UNESCO World Heritage sites.

Document the fairy-tale marble palaces of Udaipur’s Lake Pichola during a scenic boat ride.

Photograph camels at sunset among the sweeping dunes of the Thar Desert.

Search for tigers in Ranthambhore National Park, and for rare birds and other wildlife in Keoladeo National Park.

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Expedition Cruise

Travel aboard the National Geographic Islander or National Geographic Endeavor II, each equipped with kayaks, paddleboards, and Zodiacs, allowing for up close exploration.

Join our naturalists on interpretive island walks to learn about Galápagos wildlife, and witness incredible interactions between animals in their natural habitat.

Meet endangered Galápagos giant tortoises at a National Geographic–supported captive breeding program, and then observe these creatures in the wild.

Through our new National Geographic Global Explorers program, young travelers learn to explore like scientists and tell the stories of this legendary archipelago.

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Expedition Cruise

SPECIAL OFFERS

Complimentary Roundtrip Airfare on Select Expedition Cruises

EXPEDITION OVERVIEW

Watch the National Geographic Orion navigate the Tiputa Pass into the lagoon at Rangiroa, one of the largest atolls in the world.

Go ashore at the seldom-visited isle of Huahine, former residence of Tahitian royalty, and visit ancient sites with an archaeologist.

Grab one of our ship’s stand-up paddleboards or kayaks and glide across serene turquoise lagoons.

Take in spectacular views over Bora-Bora from one of its emerald crags, and then snorkel or dive from a private motu—an islet on the outer reef.

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Expedition Cruise

Aboard the new National Geographic Quest, retrace the path of Lewis and Clark’s trailblazing expedition through the Pacific Northwest.

Cruise through the towering canyons of the Columbia River Gorge, and explore the shoreline by kayak or Zodiac.

Board jet boats for a thrilling ride through the rapids of the Snake River and into Hells Canyon, North America’s deepest gorge.

Enjoy delicious meals made with fresh ingredients sourced from providers located along the path of our journey.

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Expedition Cruise

EXPEDITION OVERVIEW

  • Get up close with California gray whales, and search for sperm, blue, and fin whales while traveling aboard the National Geographic Venture.

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  • Hike the islands of the Sea of Cortez with naturalists, searching for a variety of plant and bird species.

  • Learn techniques from National Geographic photographers and photo instructors that will improve your skills and help you create stunning images.

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  • Snorkel among playful sea lions and explore several idyllic sea gardens.

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  • Delve into the wonders of Baja California on an epic voyage from the peninsula’s untamed Pacific coastline across the pristine Sea of Cortez—called “the world’s aquarium” by Jacques Cousteau. Experience the thrill of exploration determined by nature as we track marine life from aboard the National Geographic Venture. Board Zodiacs to get up close to gray whales and their curious calves in Laguna San Ignacio, go ashore on desert islands to witness thousands of sea birds nesting, and kayak crystalline waters below towering sea cliffs.

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Expedition Cruise
  • Watch the National Geographic Orion navigate the Tiputa Pass into the lagoon at Rangiroa, one of the largest atolls in the world.
  • Go ashore at the seldom-visited isle of Huahine, former residence of Tahitian royalty, and visit ancient sites with an archaeologist.
  • Grab one of our ship’s stand-up paddleboards or kayaks and glide across serene turquoise lagoons. Take in spectacular views over Bora-Bora from one of its emerald crags, and then snorkel or dive from a private motu—an islet on the outer reef.

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Expedition Cruise

EXPEDITION OVERVIEW

Enter narrow channels and small ports that are inaccessible to large ships aboard the agile National Geographic Sea Bird.

  • Get close up to dramatic icebergs and glaciers on excursions by expedition landing craft in Tracy or Endicott Arm.
  • Take in an aerial view of the jagged peaks and ice caps of Glacier Bay on an optional flight-seeing tour.
  • Kids on board can take part in the Global Explorers program, learning about glaciers, whales, and the undersea during fun, hands-on activities with our naturalists.


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Expedition Cruise

EXPEDITION OVERVIEW


  • Watch the National Geographic Orion navigate the Tiputa Pass into the lagoon at Rangiroa, one of the largest atolls in the world.
  • Go ashore at the seldom-visited isle of Huahine, former residence of Tahitian royalty, and visit ancient sites with an archaeologist.
  • Grab one of our ship’s stand-up paddleboards or kayaks and glide across serene turquoise lagoons.
  • Take in spectacular views over Bora-Bora from one of its emerald crags, and then snorkel or dive from a private motu—an islet on the outer reef.

CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE DETAILS
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