Experience the power of nature when you travel with The Nature Conservancy and our partners.
When we explore the world, preserving its many wonders becomes a top priority. Travel is important to help connect families and individuals to the lands and waters we work to protect. Diving deep into the heart of the world’s unique and remote regions, travelers go home as informed champions for conservation.
The Nature Conservancy has partnered with three leading ecotourism organizations – International Expeditions, Quark Expeditions and Zegrahm Expeditions – to offer unparalleled access to some of the most ecologically important places on Earth and to raise conservation awareness. When you book a trip with our partners, part of your expedition fare will help support the Conservancy’s projects around the world.*
On selected trips, a Conservancy expert will join, giving you a first-hand opportunity to learn more about the importance of nature and the species that call it home. Interested in traveling with us? See below for further details on the trips with Conservancy experts.
*For details on how each partner supports the Conservancy, please click on their individual page links above.
Read Senior Conservancy scientist, Rick Hamilton's account of his voyage through the islands of the South Pacific. Blog Here.
New Zealand Country Director reflects on his conservation journey with spectacular expedition photos. Read Here.
Oct. 27 - Nov. 5, 2017. Spend days in the jungle canopy, on the forest floor and traveling the mighty Amazon River, immersed in the habitats and cultures of the Peruvian rainforest with the Conservancy's Luis Davalos, Peru Indigenous Project Specialist. Details here.
July 6-21, 2017: Venture into Alaska's iconic landscapes and through the remote waters of the Bering Sea aboard the 120-passenger Silver Discoverer with The Nature Conservancy's Alaska State Director Rand Hagenstein. Details here.
July 20-Aug 2, 2017. Join Conservancy Board member and Chair of the United States Arctic Research Commission, Dr. Fran Ulmer, aboard the icebreaker 50 Years of Victory on this unique expedition to the North Pole. Details here.
Dec 28, 2017 - Jan 6, 2018: Images of icebergs, penguins, and whales come to mind when thinking of this wild continent. Travel where few have gone before with our lead scientist Eddie Game to learn all about efforts to preserve this magnificent part of Earth. Details here.
Feb. 22 - March 3, 2018: Remote, untamed, untouched – Antarctica may seem indomitable, but in fact it’s a sensitive environment that relies on a delicate balance of natural forces. Conservancy experts focus on climate change and innovative solutions. USE CODE: TNC18. Details here.
Feb. 23 - March 12, 2018: Steven Victor, Director of the Conservancy's Micronesia program, joins you as you explore the remote islands of Micronesia while snorkeling and diving in the surrounding waters. Details here.
May 11-21, 2018: Traverse more than 600 miles of the Amazon River and its tributaries with the Conservancy's Director of Conservation Ian Thompson. Be immersed in the vibrant and varied rainforest habitats while on naturalist-guided excursions, including boat rides, hikes, village visits and even kayaking. Details here.
May 15 - 29, 2018: Journey to Australia’s outback and discover its inhabitants, including rock wallabies and saltwater crocodiles on this once in a lifetime trip. Country director, Richard Gilmore, will join you as you explore this amazing terrain. Details here.
Nov. 15 - 27, 2018: The Conservancy's Southeast Caribbean Program Director shares insights in marine and coral conservation as you explore the Eastern Caribbean aboard Le Ponant and 11 unique islands from Grenada to St. Martin. Details here.
July 10-25 2018: Explore underwater wonders of the legendary Great Barrier Reef through snorkel and diving excursions. See a variety of lizards and seabirds on Lizard island. Details here.