Tuesday, July 8, 2014


Executive summary by darmansjah

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC EXPEDITIONS specializes in creating trips-from Antarctica to Yellowstone-many developed and led by the Society’s researchers and explorers. Margaret Loftus has reported and written “Tour of a Lifetime” for the past eight years.

BELIZE Reefs to Ruins With 180 miles of coastline, the second longest barrier reef in the world, virgin rain forest, and Maya ruins crammed into a country roughly the size of New Jersey, Belize is an undersize country with oversize natural gifts. Here’s an itinerary that lets you experience it all National Geographic Adventures: “Belize: Reefs, Rain Forests, and Ruins,” 10 days; $4,195

SOUTH AMERICAN ODYSSEY Starting in Trinidad and skirting the eastern coastline of South America to Buenos Aires, this grand expedition on the 148-passenger national geographic explorer-a celebration of the national geographic society’s 125th anniversary-focuses on the region’s cultural heritage as well as flora and fauna. An army of experts (including Explorer-in-Residence Wade Davis and conservation biologist Thomas Lovejoy) is onboard to answer your questions. National Geographic Expeditions: “Epic South America,” 38 days; $34,730

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