Expedition Cruise
EXPEDITION OVERVIEW

Mountain bike or hike the scenic trails around Borgarfjarðarhöfn. Or take a leisurely walk along the island’s distinct pathways and boardwalks.

Visit the largest waterfall in Iceland, hike Asbyrgi Canyon or soak in geothermal hot springs.

Board a small boat for a cruise in a glacier lagoon, then explore the countryside by 4×4 or go for a relaxing walk on a black-sand beach.

Hike the crater of a volcano for spectacular views of the Westman Islands.

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Expedition Cruise
EXPEDITION OVERVIEW

Mountain bike or hike the scenic trails around Borgarfjarðarhöfn. Or take a leisurely walk along the island’s distinct pathways and boardwalks.

Visit the largest waterfall in Iceland, hike Asbyrgi Canyon or soak in geothermal hot springs.

Board a small boat for a cruise in a glacier lagoon, then explore the countryside by 4×4 or go for a relaxing walk on a black-sand beach.

Hike the crater of a volcano for spectacular views of the Westman Islands.

LEARN MORE ON NATIONALGEOGRAPIC.COM/EXPEDITIONS
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Expedition Cruise

EXPEDITION OVERVIEW

Ride a local canoe up the sparkling Riri River to the sapphire-colored Riri Blue Hole on Vanuatu’s Espiritu Santo Island.

See the spirit houses of the Solomon Islands, witness the traditional Rom dance on Vanuatu’s mystical island of Ambrym, and watch Fijian firewalkers on Beqa.

Spot rare and colorful birds and flowers on Fiji’s spectacular “garden island,” Taveuni, and the lovely and less visited Kadavu Island.

Paddle a kayak or stand-up paddleboard in serene lagoons, and snorkel among vibrant reefs in Fiji, the “soft coral capital of the world.”

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Photo Expedition

EXPEDITION OVERVIEW

Meet Louise Leakey or Fidelis Masao for a private tour of Olduvai Gorge, where Homo habilis was discovered on a National Geographic-sponsored expedition.

Seek out the great wildebeest migration in the Serengeti as you keep watch for the spectacular wildlife in the Ngorongoro Crater.

Learn about the Maasai culture and join a local chief at a traditional ceremony.

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Photographic Workshop

PHOTOGRAPHIC WORKSHOP



Join Rikki Cooke, Jonathan Kingston, Ed Sancious and special guest – Dewitt Jones on the island of Molokai, Hawaii.



Venture deeper into the art of photography and return to old Hawaii with photographers Rikki Cooke, Jonathan Kingston, Ed Sancious and special guest Dewitt Jones. We will explore the creative process through group dialogues, small classes, one on one experiences and excursions into the incredible beauty of Molokai. The purpose of this workshop is to focus on seeing as we dive deep into the creative process – not only in our photography but also in our lives. How can we be most present in our lives and with the world around us?

This is a collective collaboration as together we create a new chapter in the Hui’s story – a story that reflects, among other things, the Spirit of the newly formed Huiho Sangha. As we continue to move in this direction, the ohana (family) has realized the importance of coming together for community, reflection, and service to the world. The workshop atmosphere will be one with an inherent sense of awe and gratitude, joy in the place and celebration of the community within the Hui. Our energy will be focused on spirituality as each participant understands and expresses it.




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Expedition Cruise

EXPEDITION OVERVIEW

Ride a local canoe up the sparkling Riri River to the sapphire-colored Riri Blue Hole on Vanuatu’s Espiritu Santo Island.

See the spirit houses of the Solomon Islands, witness the traditional Rom dance on Vanuatu’s mystical island of Ambrym, and watch Fijian firewalkers on Beqa.

Spot rare and colorful birds and flowers on Fiji’s spectacular “garden island,” Taveuni, and the lovely and less visited Kadavu Island.

Paddle a kayak or stand-up paddleboard in serene lagoons, and snorkel among vibrant reefs in Fiji, the “soft coral capital of the world.”

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Photo Expedition

EXPEDITION OVERVIEW

Alongside a team of National Geographic Experts, embark on a globe-trotting expedition featuring 10 UNESCO World Heritage Sites—from Easter Island to the Great Barrier Reef.

Visit with National Geographic Explorers and Grantees in the field and learn about their groundbreaking research in marine biology, anthropology, archaeology and paleontology.

Gain insight into local cultures as you visit a women’s cooperative in Samoa, cook alongside a Cambodian chef and sip mint tea with a Berber family in Morocco.

Stay at world-class accommodations with options that include 2 spectacular lodges, one in the hills of Bhutan, and one on the rim of Tanzania’s Ngorongoro Crater.

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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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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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