Each itinerary provides a unique opportunity for travelers to encounter National Geographic-supported researchers, or projects which will provide learning experiences to last a life-time and awesome photography opportunities. 

Examples include:

A game drive in South Africa with a scientist from the Endangered Wildlife Trust’s Carnivore Conservation Program

A dual-narrative walking tour in Israel led by both Israeli and Palestinian guides (trained by a National Geographic Emerging Explorer)

Spending time at the Kyan Sithar Umin monastery in Burma

It is good to note that time is factored in on all itineraries to allow travelers to try out optional activities and time alone and yet, still allowing the structure and safety of travelling with a group of like-minded souls. 

The trips are 7 to 21 days in duration and consist of up to 16 travelers (average: 10-12 per group).

NEW itineraries include:

Explore Costa Rica

Travelers will visit the Monteverde Institute, a research centre supported by National Geographic. A visit follows to the San Miguel de Sarapiquí community on a tour of Mi Cafecito, a G Adventures-supported coffee co-op. A fascinating trip to meet with researchers on a visit to the Sea Turtle Conservancy is also included.   


A 14-days trip departing from San Jose (return) and priced from £1,429pp.

The Heart of Myanmar (Burma)

This trip will be intriguing and invites travelers to spend time at the Kyan Sithar Umin monastery to discuss Buddhism.  Experience daily life with a resident monk and visit the home of a local chef to learn about cooking Burmese-style. 


A 12-days trip departing from Yangon (return) and costing from £1,999 pp.

Find out more about the fantastic National Geographic and G Adventures itineraries by telephoning 0344 272 2040.

There is no room for disappointment on such a travel experience.