Photo Expeditions: All departures
The photo team, a National Geographic Photographer and a Photo Specialist, will enhance your voyage by working with you on photo composition and exposure; helping you develop your own unique vision; showing you how professionals edit and store images while on the go; and sharing the stories behind some of their greatest images. Whether expert or interested beginner, you'll find added benefits such as walks ashore and Zodiac cruises dedicated to photography, presentations on the creative and technical aspects of photography, and one-on-one mentoring and coaching in the field.
Optional Post-Trip Extension: (4 Days)
Iceland's Natural Wonders: Once you've seen the land of ice, it only makes sense to see its compatriot: the land of fire and ice, Iceland. This volcanic isle, near the Arctic Circle, is the home of Europe's oldest body of representative government, the Althing, established by the Vikings. But what makes Iceland truly unforgettable is its geological wonders in the heart of the Icelandic wilderness: towering glaciers and gushing hot springs, boiling mud pools, lava fields and thundering waterfalls. From $3,760 per person.
Ship accommodations; one night hotel accommodations; all meals and non-alcoholic beverages onboard ship; shore excursions and sightseeing; entrance fees; special access permits; transfers to and from group flights; use of kayaks; all port charges and service taxes; services of a ship physician and services of your expedition staff.
Airfare; one-way charter flight Longyearbyen/Oslo (approx $360 per person); visa and passport expenses; baggage/accident/travel protection plan; items of a personal nature; gratuities to ship's crew are left to the discretion of the passenger.
© Ralph Lee Hopkins - Polar Bear; Lofoten; Trollfjord
© Michael S Nolan - Walrus; Kayaking