Asia Pacific Trips

Our conservation trips offer guests a thrilling, first-hand look at some of the most spectacular places we’re working to protect in the region, from Mongolia’s iconic grasslands to remote tropical islands in the Pacific. Through intimate, small-group experiences, you’ll be part of a vital mission to save the magnificent rivers, lands, oceans and forests that nature and people depend on.

Upcoming Trips:

Mongolia: Sustainable Fly Fishing Along the Delger River
AUGUST 18-28, 2018

Join us for a 10-day journey to discover the wonders of Mongolia and float down a glorious mountain stream fishing for the rare Siberian taimen (Hucho taimen) — the largest trout species in the world. With Conservancy staff as travel partners, guests have ample opportunities to learn first-hand about the ongoing conservation work in the Delger area.
Review the brochure and itinerary.

Mongolia: Explore the Famous Grasslands and Gobi

On this 15-day trip, you will visit the vast, unspoiled landscape of the famous grasslands and then travel to the fascinating and diverse Gobi desert. Throughout the expedition, you will see unique wildlife and meet nomadic herders. TNC is using our long history of land conservation expertise to help the Mongolian government to help protect and sustainably
manage 120 million acres, or 30 percent of the country by 2030.
Review the brochure and itinerary.

Palau: A Magical Island Experience Above and Below the Sea
NOVEMBER 4-9, 2018

As one of the top diving destinations in the world, going beneath the surface of Palau you will witness a world that is astonishing and irreplaceable. This 6-day journey will take you to crystal blue waters and the vibrant green rock islands, and you’ll see World War II wrecks and history. Also you will learn from TNC scientists and partners how we are working together to protect this pristine environment that supports more than 400 coral species and nearly 1,300 varieties of reef fish.
Review the brochure and itinerary.

Review all our trips in 2018-2019 across the Asia Pacific region.


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