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Meet 5 Fascinating Antarctic Penguins

Meet 5 Fascinating Antarctic Penguins

Natural Habitat Adventures August 30, 2014 0

There are some fantastic Antarctica discounts being offered on last-minute 2014 bookings, and we’re celebrating by featuring our favorite Antarctica articles all month on Good Nature!  This week, learn all about Antarctic penguins, a

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Video of the Week: The Magic of Swimming with Whale Sharks

Video of the Week: The Magic of Swimming with Whale Sharks

Emily Deemer August 29, 2014 0

In honor of International Whale Shark Day tomorrow, we put together some footage of our guests snorkeling with Mexico’s whale sharks, to show you how beautiful and majestic they are, and why they need

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Photographs from an Antarctica Expedition

Photographs from an Antarctica Expedition

Candice Gaukel Andrews August 28, 2014 9

I have a fixation with ice and the world’s cold places. I think it’s mostly because I’m convinced that winter is an endangered “species.” That’s why the poles have always called to me. Science

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Gondolas in the Grand Canyon: More Accessibility, or Intrusive Eyesore?

Gondolas in the Grand Canyon: More Accessibility, or Intrusive Eyesore?

Candice Gaukel Andrews August 26, 2014 57

Visiting the Grand Canyon is a watershed moment for every American. Whether you gaze upon it from the North Rim or the South, the polychromatic rock walls that stretch away from you a mile

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First Look: Natural Habitat Adventures 2015-2016 Catalog is Now On Press!

First Look: Natural Habitat Adventures 2015-2016 Catalog is Now On Press!

Natural Habitat Adventures August 25, 2014 1

This week Nat Hab Creative Director Mark Hickey flew to Vancouver, British Columbia for a press check of the newest catalog from the company responsible for the World’s Greatest Nature Journeys. Once again, the

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10 Facts about a Prison Island Turned Paradise in Panama

10 Facts about a Prison Island Turned Paradise in Panama

Maddi Higgins August 24, 2014 1

Islands evoke feelings of relaxation, not death, torture and imprisonment. However, Coiba Island off the coast of Panama was actually used by the country’s former military dictatorship as a prison. Now, Coiba Island Prison

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