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Rwanda Mountain Gorillas: August 12-17, 2014

There are fewer than 700 mountain gorillas left, and to see them in the beautiful green rain forest is an unforgettable life experience. They usually hang out in family groups of 5 to 20 individuals, with one dominant (large! 6 foot, 400-500 pounds) silverback.

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Botswana: August 19-27, 2014

This safari takes us to three of the world’s best locations to photograph Africa’s big cats. Our tour offers sightings of lions, cheetahs and leopards, as well as hyenas and the extremely endangered species, the wild dog. We will also have a chance to view and photograph families of elephants, hippos, giraffes, water buffalos, and zebras and a wide variety of bird species.

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Madagascar: August 28 – September 11, 2014

See vast landscapes, stunning sunrises, high-altitude salt lakes, and ancient pre-Incan sacred sites on our multifaceted Bolivia tour.
Many opportunities for wildlife and landscape photography await us in this country rich in color and texture.

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South Georgia, the Falklands, and Antarctica:
October 28 – November 18, 2014

Be among the first of the season to set foot on some of the planet’s most spectacular wildlife sites. This 22-day voyage beginning in Buenos Aires and ending in Ushuaia, features the clean unspoiled early season scenery, wildlife, and rich history of the Antarctic Peninsula, as well as the crown jewels of the Southern Ocean: South Georgia and the Falkland Islands.

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Weddell Sea – Emperor Penguin Voyage
November 25-December 5, 2014

During the emperor penguin voyage we will reserve two to three days (pending weather and conditions) to visit the emperor rookeries by helicopters. If we succeed the first two days, we may offer an alternative landing in the Weddell Sea on the third day.

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Weddell Sea – Emperor Penguin Voyage
December 5-15, 2014

During the emperor penguin voyage we will reserve two to three days (pending weather and conditions) to visit the emperor rookeries by helicopters. If we succeed the first two days, we may offer an alternative landing in the Weddell Sea on the third day.

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Polar Bear Babies

Canada Polar Bear Babies: Feb. 17 – 28, 2015

This tour offers an experience of a lifetime: Observing polar bear cubs and their mothers in their natural environment. With a rare operating permit from Parks Canada, our indigenous guides bring us as close as 100 meters to the bears, and we’ll learn about various aspects of the bears’ dens, habits and life cycle. Other wildlife viewing opportunities include ptarmigan, arctic foxes, caribou herds and wolves. A bonus is night time viewing of the aurora borealis!

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Canada Harp Seals: March 1-6, 2015

We will take helicopter flights to find nursing harp seal pups in their natural arctic homes near Îles de la Madeleine in Quebec. Thomas’ informational presentations on photography and the seal’s life cycle promise to make this tour an educational adventure!

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Experiencing Temples…Bangkok and Beyond

Monks in Bangkok

Over the past few years, I have been to many temples in Thailand, Cambodia, Myanmar and Japan.  As I have spent quite a bit of time there, I often go during Buddhist holidays or other special occasions.  Some of the temples are relatively unknown to foreigners, so I am often the only non-local there.  I [...]

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