Explore the Galapagos through the lens of your camera with famous photographer Jonathan R. Green.
Pirate legends & mysterious wilds. Discover why Columbus named Venezuela "The Land of Grace."
If you're thinking about taking a luxury tour to see some of the world's most exotic creatures, your mind may wander toward visions of giraffes and lions in Africa. During a Galapagos cruise, however, you can treat yourself to both the luxuries of a seafaring vacation as well as the untamed and unparalleled wildlife that inspired the works of Charles Darwin more than 100 years ago.
Located about 600 miles off the coast of Ecuador, this secluded archipelago has remained isolated from the rest of the world for centuries, allowing for flora and fauna to thrive without outside influences. Both the land and marine environments of the Galapagos are home to rare creatures, including the Sally Lightfoot crab, hundreds of varieties of birds and even iguanas.
If you want to get up close and personal with the natural world during a cruise of the Galapagos, you can book a snorkeling or scuba diving adventure to witness the magnificent sight of massive manta rays, endangered green sea turtles and the hard-to-find orange seahorse.
(Buenos Aires, Iguazu Falls)
Catch your breath as you feel the ghosts of the past in the incredible maze of ancient tunnels buried deep beneath the streets of Buenos Aires.
(Rio de Janeiro, Paraty, Foz do Iguaçu)
As you hike through the steamy Brazilian rainforest, you’ll reach a point where the dense vegetation parts to reveal gushing Tarza’s waterfall and a pristine swimming hole that beckons weary travelers. Right about now you'll be feeling worlds away from home.
Women only, save $900 on this special Galapagos Photography Expedition.
Discover the breathtaking untouched wilds of the Galapagos Islands through the lens of your camera with world renowned Royal Geographic Society Fellow photographer Jonathan R. Green.
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