Nat Geo Expeditions@natgeoexpeditions

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@jaydickmanphoto Now at the start of a National Geographic “Asia by Private Jet” Expedition, flew out of Dubai yesterday to Kathmandu, Nepal, with a great view of Palm Island. Creation of these islands started in 2001, with Palm Jumeirah the first of three to be completed. @natgeoexpeditions @natgeotravel @natgeocreative @thephotosociety


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One way to see #Alaska and to better understand its glacial landscapes is on a flightseeing tour. Take off on this Wild Alaska Escape with #natgeoexpeditions and experience southeast Alaska from an eagle’s eye view.

Southeast Alaska
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Photo @michaelmelford. European Roller on the #Serengeti in #Tanzania. Patience and being ready for flight allowed me to capture the beauty of this bird, different than the Lilac Breasted Roller as it is a lighter shade of blue. Just finished an intense 24-day trip to 11 countries around the world with #natgeoexpeditions.

Serengeti National Park
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Photo @adam.cropp. A gregarious Antarctic fur seal fiercely defends his small patch of beach at Salisbury Plains, South Georgia. #natgeoexpeditions #antarctica #southgeorgia

South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands
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Photo @drsteveboyes. Giraffes walking across the #Etosha salt pans in northern #Namibia. Look at the different colors and sizes. The rains have just started and the animals have started dispersing into the surrounding Mopane woodlands. #natgeoexpeditions #giraffe

Etosha National Park
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Video @richreidphoto. Timelapse of the National Geographic Orion cruising through the Gullet south of the Antarctic Circle. #natgeoexpeditions #antarctica


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Photo @jasonedwardsng Water lily erupted from the surface of escarpment pools in the Kimberley Ranges so colorful they didn’t seem real. This remote region is sparsely populated and the arid lands formed a barrier to early colonial settlers. We had the privilege of a helicopter on our National Geographic Expedition so exploring the desert was a wonderful experience devoid of backbreaking hikes! @natgeoexpeditions #natgeoexpeditions #australia

Mitchell Falls
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Imagine a guided safari through the Kalahari of #SouthAfrica to spot incredible wildlife like zebra, giraffes, cheetahs, and of course, lions. Photo by @tswalu private guide Cameron Appel. #natgeolodges #safari

Tswalu Kalahari
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A floating deck dinner in paradise, what could be better? @jicaroisland #natgeolodges

Jicaro Island Ecolodge
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Photo @linkuczera. A view of the Costa Rican canopy. And that tiny waterfall? Well, it actually stands about 200 feet tall and plummets into a beautiful gem-colored natural pool. #natgeoexpeditions #natgeostaff #costarica #lafortuna

La Fortuna, Alajuela, Costa Rica
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Photo @evan.thornton. Kayaking around George Island, #Alaska surrounds you with the sounds of seabirds and sights of sea arches. Open to the Gulf of Alaska and the Pacific, the island provides refuge to nesting cormorants. #natgeoexpeditions #natgeostaff

Elfin Cove, Alaska
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South Africa’s Kalahari savanna is home to plethora of adorable meerkats who have grown accustomed to seeing people explore nearby @tswalu. Photo by guide @barry_peiser #natgeolodges #southafrica #meerkat

Tswalu Kalahari
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