Voyage to Madagascar

Recently named one of National Geographic Traveler magazine's "50 Tours of a Lifetime," our journey to Madagascar, Zanzibar, Comoros, Réunion, and Maurutius highlights the beauty and culture of East Africa.

Voyage to Madagascar with Zanzibar, Comoros, Reunion & Mauritius

Fiji to Tahiti

Turquoise lagoons. White-sand beaches. Palm-fanned islands. Unrivaled snorkeling and diving. Picture yourself in Polynesian Paradise. 

Faces of Polynesia: Fiji to Tahiti

The Seychelles

Photographers, naturalists, birders, and snorkelers alike, will find themselves enraptured by the astonishing riches Aldabra Atoll, one of the largest atolls in the world. 

Ultimate Aldabra: A Voyage through the Seychelles

Tahiti to Easter Island

Surround yourself in awe-inspiring scenery—from the equisite Marquesas Islands sky-piercing volcanoes and chiseled bays to Easter Island's moai, or giant volcanic statues; the perfect blend of Polynesia's charms.

Tahiti to Easter Island: Marquesas, Tuamotus & Pitcairns

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Our 2015 brochure is here!

We are excited to share our new brochure, showcasing our entire 2015 line-up! From exploring the most intriguing islands of the vast Philippines archipelago and nearly 3,000 miles of Coastal Brazil, to setting out on a Himalayan adventure in Nepal & Bhutan and discovering Colombia's incredible diversity, 2015 provides a wonderful mix of natural history and culture to some of the world's most remarkable destinations. View online!

Latest Post-Trip Report

Circumnavigation of New Guinea - Voyage II: Raja Ampat & Asmat Villages

Circumnavigation of New Guinea - Voyage II: Raja Ampat & Asmat Villages

Saturday, March 22, 2014 - Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea / Wewak / Embark Caledonian Sky: Our journey across the world had just begun and we were excited to meet our fellow travelers and join those already onboard our ship. We had a short tour in Port Moresby of the national museum and parliament house before boarding our flight to Wewak. Upon arrival at the Wewak Airport—a small cinderblock building with a short spit of a runway—it was apparent we were truly off-the-beaten-path. This evening we embarked the Caledonian Sky.

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