Lindblad Expeditions-National Geographic has announced seven new itineraries for 2015 aboard National Geographic Explorer. The diverse itineraries range from the iconic to the little known, mostly wild, with human history and culture woven in.
On Abercrombie & Kent journeys guests are immersed in the beauty, wonder and history of some the world's most exotic sights. From melting icebergs in Antarctica to traditional culture in Japan slipping away, this world-renowned tour outfitter offers access to the world's vanishing sights - and now is the time to see them!
Lindblad Expeditions is bringing to life one of the most storied expeditions in modern history with special activities, amenities and events celebrating the Centennial of Sir Ernest Shackleton's Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition.
The award-winning travel company MIR Corporation is offering a unique 18-day Silk Road and Tibet tour exploring the Tibetan Plateau on a splendid circular route that embraces the sacred cities of Tsetang, Lhasa, Gyantse and Shigatse.
Abercrombie & Kent (A&K) has partnered with Royal Jet, the Abu Dhabi-based luxury flight services company, to offer the ultimate in private jet travel. The partnership will offer the finest in high end, once-in-a-lifetime travel for private groups of discerning travelers.
Compagnie du Ponant, the world's only French-flagged cruise line and worldwide leader in polar expeditions for 15 years has opened bookings for itineraries to the Antarctic and South America for the 2015-2016 Winter season.
Lindblad Expeditions-National Geographic are celebrating the 50th anniversary of the inauguration of the Charles Darwin Research Station with complimentary round-trip airfare to Galápagos from New York or Miami.
A trend among tour operators is the practice of sustainable tourism which encourages guests, visitors and hotels in addition to the tour operator itself to be conscious of making a positive impact on the environment, society and community.
The 'World's Best' Crystal Cruises is introducing a new expedition-style voyage traversing the Arctic Ocean via the legendary Northwest Passage – one so mysterious and remote (500 miles north of the Arctic Circle), that explorers spent centuries seeking the passage, until it was first completed successfully by Roald Amundsen just over 100 years ago.