Drink in the atmosphere of the Old South when you visit Savannah and Charleston. 

Discover Alaska, one of America’s greatest treasures and its last frontier, with spectacular and massive landscapes of glaciers, icebergs, rivers, waterfalls, secluded bays and mountains which provide habitats to a myriad of wildlife: Bald Eagles, curious black and wary brown bears, noisy harbor seals, playful sea otters and the giants of the ocean, the humpback whales.

A veritable bargain at only 7.2 million dollars – that is what the United States paid Russia in 1867 to acquire Alaska. Here is a chance to get your money’s worth!

Travel to where the colorful plumage of tropical birds accentuates the vine encrusted stone edifices of Central America’s Mayan past.

On this in-depth adventure, explore the Pantanal, declared a World Heritage Site and Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO, South America's primary wildlife sanctuary.

Brazil is a land of six senses where the soul of the place and its people is as perceptible as any of the physical senses, which are tantalized with the myriad of sights, sounds, scents and sensations of this multi-faceted country.

California is a world unto itself. One can travel from its soft white sand beaches to lofty mountain peaks in a matter of hours.

There is a place where discovery lives around every corner and over every hill. Where history is alive and ready to take you by the hand. Where fresh local food isn’t a fad, it’s a way of life.

The Canadian Rockies are world-famous for their stunning beauty, mountain peaks, preserved forests, glaciers, waterfalls, canyons, limestone caves and the most amazingly colored lakes.

The heart of Central America beats wildly, from bustling cities in three countries, to rainforests, to the rambunctious Arenal Volcano. Discover a world of spectacular wildlife, traditional villages, and the manmade wonder of the Panama Canal. Indulge in the luxury of the new, sleek, high tech yacht that will make you believe you are the richest person on the planet.

The heart of Central America beats wildly, from bustling cities to rainforests, to the spectacular Arenal Volcano. Discover a diverse world full of wildlife, traditional villages, and the manmade wonder of the Panama Canal. 

Take a journey to one of the top Neotropical birding destinations in the world – Costa Rica.

Enjoy enrichment lectures to learn the most about local flora and fauna.

Don’t just watch the nature channel with your family, experience it! Leave the television remote behind and instead, explore the beauty of Costa Rica.

Black Howler Monkey

With its abundance of reefs and rainforests, concern for conservation and truly incredible birdlife and amphibians, Costa Rica is the favored destination for those travelers with less time, but a love of nature.

Cuba is a land whose riches are found in the hearts of its people. With a written history that stretches back to the 15th Century, it has endured and thrived through times of colonial expansion, despotism, and revolution. This enduring spirit is expressed through art, music, and a dedication to the preservation of its natural environment. 

Sea lions

Follow the route established by Alexander von Humbolt, the foremost natural scientist of the early 19th century. In fact, Charles Darwin described himself as "the greatest scientific traveler who ever lived."

Frigate Bird Chick

Discover the colorful culture of Ecuador and experience close encounters with animals found nowhere else on earth. Six hundred miles off the coast of Ecuador, Charles Darwin used the Galapagos Islands as his living laboratory to gather evidence for his theory of Natural Selection.

Experience landscapes sculpted throughout the centuries by tumultuous volcanic upheaval and get up-close views of unique wildlife during an adventure to Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands. 

Experience landscapes sculpted throughout the centuries by tumultuous volcanic upheaval and get up-close views of unique wildlife. 

For a cultural and wildlife adventure a little closer to home and your own time zone, journey to the enchanted isles of the Galapagos.

Leave the civilized niceties of the lower 48 for the vast untamed wilderness of Alaska and the 900-mile long endurance race known as the Iditarod. 

What is the recipe for a perfect Kentucky Bourbon whiskey? Family tradition, limestone and a little bit of magic! Even though Bourbon has been produced anywhere in the United States, it is strongly associated with the American South, and especially Kentucky where 97 percent of the world’s Bourbon is created, following a 200-year tradition.

A tortoise lounging about.

Just a quick flight from Miami lays a whole other world for your family to explore. Discover the beauty of Ecuador from its colonial history in Quito, to hiking, horseback riding and staying at a hacienda at the foot of Cotopaxi Volcano.

Known as the ‘accessible Arctic,’ Churchill is home to the most accessible population of polar bears.

There’s no better place than Churchill to see some of nature’s most magnificent sights, from massive polar bears to the spectacular northern lights of the Aurora Borealis.

Tennessee Williams once opined “America has only three cities: New York, San Francisco, and New Orleans.” Referred to as the Big Easy, New Orleans is a dish of a city in many respects. It rests below the water level of the Mississippi, a veritable bowl, filled with a stew of cultural influences with a bouquet of creativity.

Ever since the Vikings and many of the early sea explorers came across the Atlantic from Europe to set foot in the New World on this majestic island, situated at the easternmost limit of the Gulf of St. Lawrence, seafarers had been fascinated with this mysterious iceberg-riddled corner of the world.

Discover the beautiful people and scenery of Panama.

Discover the beautiful people and scenery of Panama.

Discover the raw and rugged beauty of Patagonia, Argentina.

Majestic glaciers, beautiful wilderness, diverse wildlife and colorful history of explorers attempting to circumnavigate the globe, all await you in alluring Patagonia.

Machu Picchu

Get lost in magical Peru, home to the world’s largest rainforest and the mystical ruins of the Inca. Beginning in Lima, observe how this city has retained its traditional flavor through the centuries and how much religious art has influenced its founding.

Embark on an escorted tour of natural discovery in Peru. See and study the great wildlife ecosystems available in Colca and Arequipa.

Discover the lush beauty of Peru – a colorful world filled with natural wonders and ancient civilizations. 

Discover the lush beauty of Peru – a colorful world filled with natural wonders and ancient civilizations.

Machu Picchu

Go deep into the Amazon on an exclusive river cruise on the Delfin II through the Pacaya-Samiria Reserve in one of the most exotic destinations on the planet.

Travel back in time to the days of the voyagers and fur traders and explore the land that allowed Quebec’s first nations to thrive for thousands of years. 

Travel back in time to the days of the voyagers and fur traders and explore the land that allowed Quebec’s first nations to thrive for thousands of years.

San Diego is a place of outstanding conservation and research activities related to the preservation of the world’s rarest flora and fauna. This dedication is personified in the efforts of the San Diego Zoo, which has dedicated a substantial portion of its territory to preserving and preventing the extinction of endangered species. 

Make way to the Sea of Cortez on this nautical adventure. Explore isolated bays, volcanic islands, craggy sea mounts, and historic towns while sailing through waters teeming with marine life. 

South America is a place of almost incompressible diversity. A complexity of geographical features span the continent from deep tropical rainforests to high mountain deserts. So, too, is this dynamism personified in the languages of those who live here. So much to see, yet little opportunity to see it all. 

Explore rocky canyon trails, multi-chromatic geysers and imposing mountain ranges, and marvel at a myriad of meteors showering the nightly sky. 

The Pacific shores of Canada boast a bounty of wildlife nurtured on land and sea by the abundance of water. This is most true for an island, which is defined by its relationship with water. 

Colombia is the stuff of legend, where ancient chieftains covered themselves in gold and dove into sacred waters of a lake to appease their gods. The legend of El Dorado, the Golden City, has its origins here, a country rich in natural wealth – the world’s best supply of emeralds.

Give me land, lots of land, and the starry skies above… You definitely won’t feel fenced in as you experience some of the greatest natural wonders in your own backyard — Yellowstone, the place that inspired the world’s first national park system.

Buck the trend and come to Yellowstone this winter! Not only are the cold months beautiful and laden with opportunities for snowshoeing and cross-country skiing, it’s a wonderful time for wildlife watching as the ever-present snow drives large mammals into the valleys and thermal areas to search for food.