Undiscovered destinations, from Borneo to Bolivia
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Want to travel, but concerned that the classics are getting overdone? For a more off-the-beaten-path adventure, consider our collection of trips in far-flung destinations. At the fringes of the map, these journeys bring adventurers up-close with exotic wildlife, on remote treks through otherworldly landscapes, and deep into vibrant traditional cultures. We invite you to join us in these remarkable places that have flown under the radar—so far.

Contact our Area Specialists at 1-800-368-2794 or email to help discover your perfect hidden gem.

Borneo Expedition

The biodiversity of Costa Rica is legendary, but did you know that Borneo is home to the world's oldest tropical rainforest? Our journey takes us on enchanting forest canopy walks, a guided night hike in the habitat of Sumatran rhinos, and to witness the feeding of orphaned orangutans—the rarest great apes on the planet.

Sri Lanka

Like culture and wildlife? India's Rajasthan and Kanha have them—but so does Sri Lanka, set just off the coast and brimming with singular delights. On our grand adventure, we'll learn the peaceful art of tea tasting on terraced plantations, watch a private demonstration of ancient martial arts, and encounter the monkeys and wild elephants of Yala National Park.

Journey to Ladakh

A remote Himalayan kingdom brimming with temples and stunning hikes? Yes, Bhutan—but also little-known Ladakh, northern India's awe-inspiring realm. We'll visit remote monasteries, oasis-like villages in the high mountain desert, and make authentic connections with locals in this "Little Tibet."


Incan heritage and traditional cultures in a mountain realm: Peru, or its southern sister Bolivia, whose wonders travelers are just beginning to discover? On our journey, we'll meet Yampara weavers in Tarabuco and head out to the surreal salt flats of Salar de Uyuni. Following ancient trails through local villages, we'll explore mystical Isla del Sol on Titicaca, the world's largest lake.


There's Tanzania and Botswana, but for the intrepid safari traveler, we suggest Zimbabwe. Explore vast Hwange National Park—home to some 40,000 elephants, along with lion, hippo, and cheetah—on game drives and bush walks, all with a fraction of the travelers seen in the Serengeti.

Expedition to Greenland

With relatively few visitors, Greenland recalls the Iceland of a decade ago. Our adventure brings us on a muskox safari, hiking on the Ice Cap (two miles thick!), cruising amid colossal glaciers under the midnight sun, and learning fascinating details of Greenland's Viking heritage.

Snorkeling Raja Ampat

Simply put, this is the world's best snorkeling. While the Galápagos first inspired our small-boat adventures, we've extended that tradition to Southeast Asia. Aboard a private schooner in the sheltered bays of Raja Ampat, we'll explore a pristine underwater haven with astounding coral and marine life.
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