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  • Brazil & Argentina: Wildlife & Culture

    Sail from the cultural capital of Salvador, Brazil to cosmopolitan Buenos Aires, Argentina and whale-rich Península Valdés aboard National Geographic Explorer.

  • 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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  • Antarctica in Action: From Energetic Wildlife to Big Ice

    Antarctica is as remote and pristine as it comes. Here in the planet’s last great wilderness animals and icebergs vastly outnumber people. And as the austral summer rolls in, the icy world comes alive with movement and nature-made melodies. Cacophonous penguin colonies. Elated killer whales. Massive icebergs sounding their snap, crackle and pop. These videos...

    Jul 7, 2020

  • Explorer Kathy Sullivan: From Outer Space to Ocean Deep

    “If you add how deep I’ve been in the ocean to how high I’ve flown in space, I’m the most vertical girl in the world!” Kathy Sullivan has an astonishing list of achievements under her belt: NASA astronaut, first American woman to walk in space, NOAA Administrator, president of COSI Columbus, and author of Handprints...

    Jun 29, 2020

  • Beyond the Amazon: 4 Seldom-Seen South American Wild Wonders

    The Amazon crowns the top of most world travelers’ bucket lists, and for good reason. The colossal river and its surrounding jungle are home to a thriving wonderland of plants and animals, not to mention a rainforest that serves as the oxygen-producing lifeblood of our planet. But these same sights have turned the region into...

    Jun 25, 2020

  • Celebrating Our Oceans: Fun Facts About Marine Life

    Did you know that the majority of life on Earth is aquatic? It shouldn’t come as much of a surprise given that our oceans cover more than 70 percent of the planet’s surface. But, for many of us, life underwater is mysterious and uncharted territory. From long-living species to maintaining a healthy ecosystem, ocean inhabitants...

    Jun 16, 2020

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