Legacy Trips

Journey into Nature with The Legacy Club

Where do you dream of traveling? Chances are that one of The Nature Conservancy’s Legacy Journeys will satisfy your wanderlust. Conservation staff will provide a firsthand look at how the Conservancy is working to protect these treasures. This is your invitation to explore ecologically rich and magnificent habitats throughout the coming year. View photos from previous Legacy Journeys.   

  • Coastal Louisiana to travel through one of the most diverse and productive estuaries on Earth and learn how its infrastructure supports nature and local livelihoods. SPACES STILL AVAILABLE!
  • Little St. Simons Island to enjoy Southern hospitality in a pristine setting of maritime forests, salt marshes and sandy beaches just off the Georgia coast. SPACES STILL AVAILABLE!
  • SOLD OUT - Belize to wander through an ancient Mayan settlement and seek out this Central American country’s coral reefs, tropical forests and birding hot spots.
  • SOLD OUT - Hawai‘i to explore the Pacific archipelago’s lush rainforests, tropical flora, pristine beaches and volcanoes, and admire its rich Polynesian culture.
  • SOLD OUT - Minnesota’s North Shore and Boundary Waters to hike and canoe in a forested wilderness of lakes and waterfalls carved out by retreating glaciers thousands of years ago. 

Three of our trips are sold out, but you can add your name to the waitlist by contacting Christine Kessler at legacytrips@tnc.org or (877) 812-3698.

Each Legacy Journey offers comfortable accommodations, activities suited to varying abilities and more than a few delicious meals to nourish hearty appetites after a day of exploration. During your trip, you’ll enjoy the camaraderie of fellow Legacy Club members amidst spectacular natural wonders.

For more details, call the travel specialists listed for each journey or contact Christine Kessler, manager of the Conservancy’s Conservation Journeys program, at legacytrips@tnc.org or
(877) 812-3698.



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