Spellbinding, rugged, remote, and ripe for adventure, Patagonia turns the heads of the most intrepid travelers—come with us to the mythical Cape Horn, the UNESCO-designated Torres del Paine National Park and into the dense forest of the Andes.
Dan has lived in Seward, Alaska for over a decade, where he is the captain of a 150-passenger tour boat that offers guests the opportunity to observe the whales, seals, puffins, and glaciers of Kenai Fjords National Park. Dan spent many years teaching Outward Bound courses in mountaineering, sailing, and kayaking in Alaska, Washington, Florida, and Mexico and he continues to lead kayakers in the Arctic and Antarctic. Dan is currently studying acoustic killer whale dialects to identify pods (families) by their calls, and is working on a Master’s degree thesis on killer whale foraging habitat. Dan is a world traveler and enjoys scuba diving, paragliding, performing improv comedy, playing flamenco guitar, and fire juggling!
Dan's Upcoming Expeditions
Patagonia with the Falkland Islands & Cape HornMarch 10 — March 27, 2016
Rainforests & Reefs of Central America: Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia, Honduras, BelizeApril 12 — April 26, 2016
Continents commingle in Central America, with its significant human history and rich biodiversity—we’ll transit the Panama Canal by day, hike to traditional villages in San Blas, and snorkel over colorful reefs teeming with kaleidoscopic marine life.
The Untamed North: Iceland to GreenlandJuly 27 — August 11, 2016
Iceland enchants with its mighty glaciers and geothermal hotspots, while Greenland beckons with its glittering icebergs and wildflower-bedecked tundra—hike, sail by Zodiac, photograph, and commune with seabirds in these ethereal landscapes.
Antarctica, South Georgia & the Falkland IslandsJanuary 5 — January 26, 2017
Following in Sir Ernest Shackleton’s footsteps, explore the White Continent’s rugged landscape, meeting vast penguin colonies in South Georgia and the South Orkney Islands, greeting albatross in the Falkland Islands, and enjoying every long moment of daylight in the austral summer.