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  • Along the Ring of Fire: Kamchatka, Kuril Islands & Hokkaido

    Discover the wild, northeastern most reaches of the Asian continent on an epic journey aboard the National Geographic Orion. Set sail from Alaska, crossing the fabled Bering Strait to explore the unspoiled shores of Russia’s Chukotka and Kamchatka and regions, where few humans have ever set foot.

  • Wild South America: The Guianas to Brazil

    Extraordinary diversity and a dazzling array of points of interest await on this exploration through five countries, two legendary rivers, and a host of places few people ever see. Explore pristine Fernando de Noronha, a UNESCO Site; grand Kaieteur Falls; and well-preserved colonial towns with a dramatic history.

  • Wild Peru Escape: Amazon & Machu Picchu

    Our expedition style of travel means getting out daily in a variety of ways to actively experience the wonders of the Upper Amazon. The 28-guest Delfin II broadens the notion of expedition to include spacious, air-conditioned comfort and five-star cuisine.

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  • Why Japan Should Be Your Next Snorkel Destination

    When people think of snorkeling, the image that most often comes to mind is that of warm, coral reef-filled waters in places like French Polynesia or the coasts of Central America. Travelers seek out Japan for many reasons, but snorkeling has generally not been one of them. And that is a missed opportunity. Made up...

    Sep 25, 2020

  • The History Behind Japan’s Most Beautiful Landscape Gardens

    In Japan, garden design is a fine art, one that takes on many forms and is—as art cannot help but be—emblematic of its time period. Take one traditional style, the landscape garden, which was developed during the influential Edo period (1600 to 1868). Severe travel restrictions inspired feudal lords or daimyos to create their own...

    Sep 24, 2020

  • 5 Things To Know About the Kuril Islands

    Lots of people travel in order to visit places they themselves have never seen before. But for the most adventurous explorers, the real thrill of travel comes from experiencing places that very few people have ever seen. For the latter group, the remote and rugged Kuril Islands are the ultimate destination. Inhabited mainly by wildlife...

    Sep 4, 2020

  • Simplicity & Sea Life in Sweden’s Weather Islands

    Off the western coast of Sweden lies a constellation of 365 ice-scoured granitic islands. Väderöarna (or the Weather Islands, in English) is one of those places that seeps into your soul. A remote oasis in the middle of the ocean, it’s way off the beaten path, far from the noise and stressors of everyday life...

    Aug 27, 2020

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