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New GeoEx Trips

New destinations, different ways to explore, and rare opportunities

Colorful street art in Comuna 13 in Medellin, Colombia

Traveling throughout the year, our staff is continually investigating newly opened borders, more authentic experiences, and recently launched flight routes connecting previously-inaccessible places. The world is far from static, and the best travel companies are constantly uncovering new ways to experience its rapidly changing wonders. New trips may explore unknown corners of familiar destinations, inspiring a second visit. They might highlight a rarely-seen event, like a solar eclipse or remote festival. Some trips travel with a celebrity guide, and a few delve into entirely new territory—but not without careful research and vetting.

While you may be among the first travelers to be thrilled by these experiences, there is no need to jump into the unknown unprepared. Behind the scenes, GeoEx has an entire team solely dedicated to finding the best routes, accommodations, experiences, and locations to create meaningful and seamless trips. Right now they are looking into new places and people for next year's adventures. Our travelers gravitate towards the edges of the map, craving journeys that open the mind, stir the soul, and captivate the senses. We share those passions and develop new trips every year with those desires in mind.

Our team of expert travel designers are ready to help

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Fun Fact

In 2020 NASA will begin allowing two travelers per year to visit the International Space Station (note: we don't offer this trip...yet).