|Program||Antarctic Explorer – Discovering the 7th Continent|
|Travel Style||Expedition Cruises|
|Program||Wild Alaska – From Anchorage to the Polar Bears of the north shore!|
|Travel Style||Polar Bears|
Georgia’s Food, Wine & Culture
Georgia’s Food, Wine and Culture program is one of 2015’s most authentic, most innovative, most immersive, best-guided, and most sustainable tours. “This year marks 10th years of our editors selecting the world’s best guided tours,” said Norie Quintos, acting editor in chief of National Geographic Traveler. “In that time the types of immersive and experiential trips have only multiplied; tours are going farther and deeper than ever before. The trips and operators we selected are a model for the rest of the travel industry: They open the world to travelers and at the same time leave a positive impact on the destinations and its people.
Iceland Self Drive Savings
Experience Iceland, tour at your own pace and let us take care of your airport transfers for FREE! Book any of our Iceland self drive programs from now until June 1, 2015 and receive free airport transfers from Keflavik to your hotel in Reykjavik. Plus new for 2015 – all car rentals will include a GPS.
Expedition Cruise Sale
Travelling Solo? Book before May 1, 2015 and receive NO single supplement on available cabins in select categories. This promotion applies to these two exciting itineraries: Mighty Saint Lawrence and Newfoundland & Wild Labrador.
Book our Iceland Circumnavigation and receive Early Bird prices on 2015 sailings! Plus NO single supplements, onboard credits, welcome gifts and beverage packages! Available on select 2015 sailings only.
Our Best of the Arctic trip was fantastic! The day we arrived it was very windy and people doubted if we could go on the water the next day. But by the next morning it was just fine and off we went, getting back seven hours later. We had lunch on one of the little islands and stopped off a few other times. We saw narwhals, but couldn’t get close enough to them for good photos, because people from some other community were hunting there. Repulse Bay had already reached its quota of 72. But the several polar bears we saw more than made up for that, including the mom and her cubs swimming near our boat. Seeing those bears in their natural environment was just something really special and magical and hard to put into words. So, do you think we had a fantastic trip? You bet we did. Did we have any downsides? Things like two two-hour delays on Calm Air and a few bites from some mega-insects are small potatoes compared to what we gained from this trip. Thank you for arranging such a wonderful adventure for us!