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Meet the lively lemurs and colorful chameleons of the most remarkable wildlife destination on Earth.

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Seek out the elusive Jaguar, Giant Anteater, and Hyacinth Macaws in Brazil’s spectacular ecosystems.

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Discover ancient ruins and vibrant local culture, along with stunning natural spaces and wildlife.

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Banda Sea and Raja Ampat

Explore the world’s most remote and pristine dive and snorkel sites.

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Featured Expedition: Cape to Cape | March 1 – 24, 2024

This voyage will bring you face-to-face with some of the most impressive concentrations of wildlife on the planet. Visit massive albatross colonies in the Falkland Islands, walk amongst hundreds of thousands of King Penguins on majestic South Georgia, and set foot on rugged Tristan da Cunha, home to Northern Rockhopper Penguins.

Featured Blog: SEABIRDS: The New Identification Guide

“All my life, I have never wanted to be the best, simply to do my best,” says Peter Harrison. Without a doubt, SEABIRDS: The New Identification Guide will be my life’s major work. But it took more than just me. I had many people who helped and supported me along the way and enabled me to produce a book I am very proud of.

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Featured Video: Madagascar Wildlife Safari

Madagascar, the world’s fourth largest island, hosts an exceptionally diverse and unusual collection of plant and animal species, having evolved over millions of years of isolation. See the fascinating wildlife of Madagascar in this video filmed by expedition leader, Marco Tonoli.