National Geographic Expeditions has announced its new 2023 lineup of river cruises and land excursions.
Returning to Europe’s waterways are the National Geographic River Cruises, operated by AmaWaterways.
Each departure is accompanied by a historian, author or archaeologist, known as a National Geographic Expert, who will give presentations onboard and travel alongside passengers on daily excursions.
A National Geographic photographer also joins guests on excursions and provides professional tips on technique and artistry while capturing the voyage’s moments.
New this year under the Signature Land Expeditions is Costa Rica: Wildlife and Conservation, a reimagined trip that will offer travelers a journey through the country’s rich biodiversity and conservation efforts.
The eight-night trip will include visits to wetlands and tropical forests; a family-run cacao, coffee and sugarcane plantation; an excursion to a research facility at the Monteverde Institute; and the chance to see native wildlife in both their natural habitat and conservancy environments.
Groups of 16 to 25 will receive educational opportunities with wildlife conservationists and researchers during their trip, which includes stays in four different accommodations.
Other Signature Land Expeditions are offered in Patagonia, Egypt, India and Borneo.
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