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Polar Bear Photo Adventure Visits Northernmost Town in USA

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Gondwana Ecotours is offering a NEW 7-day polar bear photography adventure to the Arctic. This trip is packed full of wildlife viewing, including opportunities to photograph snowy owls, Arctic foxes, polar bears, marine life, and the northern lights. Guests will interact with Arctic residents, view equipment used in tribal whaling expeditions, explore the northernmost town in America, and speak with…

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Snap the Best Adventure Photos with These Top Tips

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Seasoned photographers and amateur shutter bugs itching for their next adventure can scope out the Galapagos Islands this winter. Quasar Expeditions has partnered with Harry Skeggs, a National Geographic nature and wildlife photographer, to lead an exclusive Photo Safari Galapagos Cruise from January 18-25, 2020. During this unforgettable trip on the M/V Evolution, travelers will delight in the chance to develop their photography skills with guidance from…

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5 Endangered Species That Are Bouncing Back Thanks to Ecotourism

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Between Botswana ending its five-year ban on elephant hunting and giraffes being considered for the endangered species list, there’s good reason to be concerned about wildlife conservation in the face of climate change, poaching and overpopulation. Yet there are conservation success stories to tout, too – and eco-conscious wildlife tourism certainly plays a part. Natural Habitat Adventures, a global leader…

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Manitoba is Home to World’s Largest Beluga Population | Summer

kayaking with belugas

Starting this summer, travelers can visit Churchill, Manitoba to view the world’s largest population of beluga whales from mid-June through end-of-August. The scenic western Hudson Bay region is home to 60,000 beluga whales looking to inhabit the warmer waters of the Churchill River and other Northern Manitoba river estuaries (such as the Seal River) after the ice breaks from the…

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Natural Habitat Adventures Launches ‘Polar Bears in a Changing Arctic’ Expedition

Polar Bears in a Changing Arctic

Natural Habitat Adventures, a leader in responsible wildlife tourism and conservation travel partner of World Wildlife Fund, has announced it will host a Special Expedition: Polar Bears in a Changing Arctic, a first-of-its-kind field education opportunity from October 14-20, 2019 in Churchill, Manitoba. This exclusive departure of the ecotourism company’s 7-day Classic Polar Bear Adventure will take travelers into the…

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Quasar Expeditions Captures Rare Wildlife

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Quasar Expeditions has partnered with three award-winning photographers to lead cruises around the Galapagos Islands. Beginning in August 2019, Suzi Eszterhas, Harry Skeggs and Tui De Roy will share their passion for photography with guests of Quasar’s iconic M/V Evolution. For two weeks this summer, from August 17-31, 2019, travelers will explore the Galapagos Islands with Suzi Eszterhas, best known for her work…

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5 Ways to Honor World Wildlife Day with Natural Habitat Adventures

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March 3 marks World Wildlife Day 2019, and marine animals are the focus. When protecting our world beneath the waves, personal connection is key. On March 3, 2019, the United Nations celebrates World Wildlife Day under the theme “Life Below Water: For People and Planet.” The day highlights all matters pertaining to marine wildlife and raises awareness of the challenges…

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Natural Habitat Adventures Creates World’s First Zero Waste Adventure

Zero Waste Travel Adventure

Natural Habitat Adventures is spearheading the world’s first zero waste trip—a travel-industry first. On the July 6-12, 2019 departure of Safari America: Yellowstone Country, 14 travelers will join this pioneering endeavor in which Nat Hab’s goal is to divert (refuse, recycle, compost, upcycle, or re-use) 99 percent or more of all waste produced as part of Nat Hab-sponsored trip operations.*…

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Visit Tanzania in Time for the Great Migration

Great Migration Photo Credit Ron Magill

Did you know that Tanzania’s Serengeti Plains are witness to a migration of nearly two million wildebeest and zebra, every year, one of the oldest and last great land migrations on the planet? The Great Migration, a circular grazing path determined by the availability of food, prompts the herd to head north towards Kenya’s Maasai Mara in the spring and…

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