Wild places have a certain irresistible mystery to them. The powerful forces that sculpt undulating sand dunes or shelter rare orchids, the seemingly endless diversity of creatures found in these places, and the sense of discovery when seeing them for the first time are equally thrilling. In addition to African safaris there are six other continents to explore, each holding unique natural treasures. We can craft a safari-style trip where you track wildlife every day, moving deep into the landscapes of the destination, or we can combine forays into nature with cultural interactions and urban exploration. Join a small group trip for a fun way to share the wonder of biodiversity with new friends.
When you travel to another country for a chance to see a Bornean orangutan or Bengal tiger in its natural habitat, you want an experienced guide who knows the habits and hangouts of these creatures, and the best chance for a meaningful encounter with them. GeoEx travelers benefit from 35 years of experience traveling the wild corners of the planet and evaluating naturalist guides who know the birds, plants, animals, ecology, and photo ops of the region.
- Paddle a tributary of the mighty Amazon, exploring the recesses of the rain forest, spotting scarlet macaws, basilisk lizards, and maybe an anaconda.
- Track tigers and sloth bears through the forests and ruins on the former hunting grounds of the Maharajas of Jaipur.
- Pass through translucent icebergs looking for polar bears, walrus, narwhals and reindeer in the Arctic.
- Follow in Darwin's footsteps island-hopping in the Galápagos, where every island holds new surprises like blue-footed boobies or marine iguanas.