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NG Expeditions
Around the World—and More
These days, National Geographic doesn’t just bring the world to you—in print, on-screen, and online—we bring you to the world. National Geographic Expeditions, our nine-year-old travel company, runs 200 trips every year, each one led by an NG anthropologist, archaeologist, entomologist, or any number of other “ists” (all of them intimately familiar with the destination). In 2009 NGE launches its most ambitious trip yet: a seven-continent private jet tour with anthropologist and author Wade Davis (a man who, as we wrote in our June/July 2006 issue, “has seen it all, studied it all, and ingested it all”). The 25-day expedition is, essentially, a Best of Planet Earth tour with the world’s best guide (departs January; $59,950; nationalgeographicexpeditions.com). Also in 2009, NGE and partner Lindblad Expeditions team up for an 18-day voyage on the Indian Ocean. From Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, Lindblad’s just christened National Geographic Explorer cruises the specks of paradise between Madagascar and the African coast, including the Seychelles and Mayotte (departs March and April; $12,420).
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