Be first in line for our new Arctic and Global 2022 program

Register your interest through the form below and be first in line for our new 2022 Arctic & Global voyages on board the Greg Mortimer & the Sylvia Earle.

Please note, when registering for these voyages, it is an expression of interest only where we will place you in a priority order with a tentative reservation when the new program is pre-released on 27th October 2020, which will include full itineraries, prices and any available early booking offers. A deposit is not required when registering your interest.

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Our program officially goes on sale on 10th November 2020, so get in quick to ensure you don’t miss out!

Registration closes at 5pm AEDT on Monday 26th October.

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Arctic & Northwest Passage

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Greenland Odyssey

Experience the enormity of Greenland – the world’s largest island – where dramatic cliffs soar skyward terminating in jagged peaks, and countless glaciers snake their way towards the coast. Discover colourful sedimentary rocks deposited in layers of pinks, purples and orange in East Greenland’s deep fjords. Strike out on hikes across arctic tundra, tasting wild berries along the way. Zodiac-cruise along sounds filled with glistening icebergs calved from Greenland’s enormous ice cap and encounter playful whales feeding in the nutrient-rich waters.

See Prince Christian Sound, flanked by imposing mountains, as it carves its way through south Greenland and verdant farmland signals the presence of human settlement, and where the Viking ruins of Erik the Red still stand at Hvalsey. Weaving through the fjords and channels, we enter west Greenland, the country’s most developed region, home to the nation’s capital, Nuuk, and the UNESCO World-Heritage-listed Ilulissat Icefjord.

Greenland Ittoqqortoormiit houses

Highlights

  • On the east coast at seldom-visited Søkongen Island, keep watch for polar bears while listening for Christian IV Glacier calving into iceberg-filled Nansen Fjord
  • Sail along Prince Christian Sound, surrounded by soaring mountains with glaciers that calve directly into the sea
  • Enjoy thrilling Zodiac cruises to glacier fronts, watch for sprays from whale blowholes, and cliffs alive with bird colonies
  • Explore breathtakingly beautiful Ilulissat Icefjord, a UNESCO World-Heritage Site
Available Add-on Activity: Ship: The Greg Mortimer

Departure Date:
  • 10 Aug 2022 - 26 Aug 2022 (17 Days)

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Northwest Passage

Northwest Passage map

The icy and labyrinthine channels of the legendary Northwest Passage have enchanted explorers and adventurers for centuries. Get a glimpse into the world that captivated early explorers such as Franklin, Amundsen and Larsen, by exploring a portion of the fabled Northwest Passage. Visit the final resting places of some of the legendary explorers to have ventured here, and experience the archipelago of islands and channels that make up Canada’s High Arctic region. Along the way, we hope to meet local indigenous people who call this remote wilderness home, and encounter enigmatic arctic wildlife, including walrus, beluga whale, polar bear and the elusive narwhal. Pack ice always threatens to halt our voyage through the passage, adding a compelling element of adventure that is integral to any genuine expedition.

Wrangel Island polar bear

Highlights

  • Stand in awe of Ilulissat Icefjord, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Hike on Devon Island, the world’s largest uninhabited island, and features stunning geology and glacial valleys to explore
  • On Beechey Island, visit the graves of explorers from John Franklin’s expedition
  • Keep watch with the hope of spotting iconic arctic wildlife including musk ox, polar bears, beluga whales, walrus and perhaps narwhal
Available Add-on Activity: Ship: The Greg Mortimer

Departure Dates:
  • 24 Aug 2022 - 9 Sep 2022 (17 Days)
  • 7 Sep 2022 - 23 Sep 2022 (17 Days)

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Svalbard Odyssey

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Enjoy the best of Svalbard, a world of endless daylight where polar bear sightings quicken your pulse, guillemot cries echo from sea cliffs and beluga whales rise from the sea. Explore tundra adorned with wildflowers and look out for arctic fox, or discover historic camps of explorers and hunters. Push through pack ice to find walrus and bearded seals, or simply enjoy breathtakingly beautiful Norwegian fjords.

Svalbard polar bear

Highlights

  • Venture close to 80° north looking for polar bears on the pack ice
  • Chance to discover other arctic wildlife including walrus, guillemots, puffins, seals, reindeer, arctic fox, seabirds and whales
  • Zodiac past blue glaciers and through stunning fjords
  • Enjoy hikes surrounded by breathtakingly beautiful scenery
Available Add-on Activities: Ship: The Greg Mortimer

Departure Dates:
  • 19 Jun 2022 - 30 Jun 2022 (12 Days)
  • 29 Jun 2022 - 10 Jul 2022 (12 Days)
  • 9 Jul 2022 - 20 Jul 2022 (12 Days)

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Arctic Complete – Spitsbergen, Greenland & Iceland

A combination of Svalbard Odyssey with an in-depth exploration of East Greenland offers the ultimate Arctic adventure! Enjoy the best of Svalbard, a world of endless daylight where polar bear sightings quicken your pulse, guillemot cries echo from sea cliffs and walrus haul out on sea ice. East Greenland dazzles with its iridescent icebergs and deep exploration in Scoresbysund – the world’s largest fjord system. Visit glacier fronts, wildflower tundra, dazzling geology, pack ice and polar desert. Opportunities to encounter whales, musk ox and arctic hare add to the thrill.

Polar bear cubs

Highlights

  • Keep watch for hunting polar bears and walrus on pack ice
  • Enter Svalbard’s polar desert, a landscape of stunted glaciers, fossil fields and buzzing bird cliffs
  • Listen to the orchestra of Greenland’s famous ice singing as it pops, hisses, cracks and calves
  • Photograph soaring frozen arches and dazzling pinnacles of ice recently calved deep in Scoresbysund
Available Add-on Activities: Ship: The Greg Mortimer

Departure Date:
  • 09 Jul 2022 - 02 Aug 2022 (25 Days)

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Jewels of the Arctic

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Discover Svalbard’s northwest coast and the east coast of Greenland, a land of grand superlatives, before concluding your voyage in Iceland. Zodiac-cruise among spectacular icebergs, spotting seabirds and keeping watch for walrus and polar bears on the ice. Visit Ittoqqortoormiit, one of the most remote settlements on earth, and perhaps take the option of kayaking or rock climbing (additional cost). This expedition ticks many boxes: hikes through the arctic tundra; a chance to spot wildlife including musk ox, seals, whales and elusive arctic fox; and the opportunity to visit fascinating Palaeolithic sites.

East Greenland zodiac cruise

Highlights

  • The wildlife of the arctic – chance to encounter musk ox, arctic fox, arctic hare and whales
  • Visit the world’s largest national park in north east Greenland, and the world’s largest fjord system, Scoresbysund
  • Visit Ittoqqortoomit, one of the world’s most remote settlements
Available Add-on Activities: Ship: The Greg Mortimer

Departure Date:
  • 19 Jul 2022 - 2 Aug 2022 (15 Days)

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Iceland Circumnavigation

Explore the ‘Land of Ice and Fire’ where snow-capped peaks rise above glaciers and active volcanoes rumble. Walk along a black sand beach strewn with glittering bergy bits and discover geysers and fumaroles and bubbling mud pools, or explore spectacular fjords and impressive waterfalls, in one of the most geologically active places on earth. Our specialist naturalists and historians will reveal the Iceland below the surface – a land rich in wildlife, culture and fascinating human history.

Iceland West Fjords explorer

Highlights

  • Keep watch for blows, breaching and tail flukes as we whale watch in Húsavík
  • Explore Látrabjarg bird cliffs, the largest seabird cliffs in Europe
  • Visit Vatnajökull National Park, featuring Europe’s largest glacier, iceberg-speckled glacial lakes, black sand beaches, reindeer and rich birdlife
  • Discover Mjóifjördur, a hidden gem of a fjord cherished by locals
Available Add-on Activity: Ship: The Greg Mortimer

Departure Date:
  • 1 Aug 2022 - 11 Aug 2022 (11 Days)

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Russian Far East

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Kamchatka & Chukotka

Kamchatka & Chukotka map

Enter a world of mystery and wonder, where 29 of more than 300 volcanoes are active, creating a dynamic landscape of immense beauty. Soak in coastal hot springs serenaded by thundering waterfalls. Zodiac cruise along black-sand beaches, where Kamchatka brown bears and cubs forage, and share swift rivers with Steller’s sea eagles diving on salmon. Visit the Commander Islands (‘South Georgia of the North Pacific’) where seabirds populate a breathtaking maze of arches and sea stacks. Red-legged kittiwakes, red-faced cormorants, parakeet and whiskered auklets and perhaps even laysan albatross are on show. Visit the grave of explorer Vitus Bering near waters bustling with sea lions, fur seals and busy sea otters, while orcas and humpback whales patrol the bays. In Chukotka enjoy tundra wildflowers, cliff-climbing bears and a warm welcome by reindeer herders and more.

Kamchatka brown bear family

Highlights

  • Encounter Kamchatka’s abundant brown bears and their snuffling cubs feasting on spawning salmon against a backdrop of World Heritage-listed volcanoes
  • Enjoy meeting Koryaks of Tymlat village to nomadic Chukchi reindeer herders of the north as they welcome you with song, dance and stories of their life
  • Zodiac cruise up swift-flowing rivers in search of nesting Steller’s sea eagles, beneath cliffs aflutter with thousands of puffins, guillemots, auklets and kittiwakes, or amidst sea lions, orcas, humpback whales and very cute sea otters
  • Delight in walks through stone birch forests and grassy meadows to wildflower and berry-laden tundra
Available Add-on Activity: Ship: The Sylvia Earle

Departure Dates:
  • 6 Jul 2022 - 21 Jul 2022 (17 Days)
  • 14 Aug 2022 - 31 Aug 2022 (17 Days)

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Wrangel Island

Wrangel Island map

Set sail from Nome, Alaska, for Russia’s most remote and treasured wildlife sanctuaries, Wrangel Island Nature Reserve. Discover a wonderland offering the world’s highest concentration of polar bear dens (home to both parents and cubs), the largest population of Pacific walrus, nesting grounds for 100 migratory bird species including snowy owls, snow geese and long-tailed skuas; and reindeer, musk oxen and arctic fox. Having escaped glaciation during the last ice age, Wrangel Island is a bonsai garden of some 400 plant species and boasts a human history as spare and dramatic as the land. Explore the Chukotka coast, where beluga, gray and humpback whales feed, and experience traditional Chukchi life before returning to Nome.

Polar bear on Wrangel Island

Highlights

  • Cross Bering Strait to become one of the few visitors to remote Wrangel Island Nature Reserve, largest polar bear (and Pacific walrus) breeding grounds in the world
  • Experience performances depicting traditional life of the Yupik and Chukchi people
  • Zodiac cruise encounters with gray, humpback and beluga whales, walrus and thousands of seabirds landing close by to feed
  • Tundra hikes for spotting a host of migrating birds including emperor geese, spoon-billed sandpipers and yellow-billed loons. Landing on Kolyuchin Island for close, cliff-top views of nesting puffins, guillemots and gulls.
Ship: The Sylvia Earle

Departure Dates:
  • 19 Jul 2022 - 3 Aug 2022 (16 Days)
  • 1 Aug 2022 - 16 Aug 2022 (16 Days)

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Kuril Islands

Draped across the north Pacific Ocean from Hokkaido, Japan, to Russia’s Kamchatka Peninsula, the 22 islands and 30 islets of the Kuril Islands form a necklace of active volcanoes and sea-sculpted coastlines waiting to be explored. Nutrient-rich waters washing this ‘Pacific Rim of Fire’ teem with marine life, from sea otters to harbour seals, Steller sea lions to orcas, Dall’s porpoise to beaked and sperm whales. The islands form a natural ‘flyway’ for migratory birds including both horned and tufted puffins, whiskered and rhinoceros auklets and exquisite little murrelets. You’ll Zodiac into flooded calderas, beneath soaring bird cliffs, to landings where brown bears fish for salmon. Every day brings new adventure.

Onekotan island

Highlights

  • Marvelling at the sun-kissed beauty of snow-capped volcanoes, slowly revealed by rising sea mists
  • Supercharged birdwatching along a migratory flyway alive with Siberian rubythroats, rough legged buzzards, snow buntings, spectacled pigeons, tufted puffins and rhinoceros auklets
  • Zodiac cruising through waters boiling with Steller sea lions and pups, thousands of crested auklets and into the flooded caldera of Broutana Bay, an abandoned, secret submarine base from Soviet time
  • Trekking through a kaleidoscope of landscapes, from megaherb and coniferous forests to grasslands and lava fields. Watch for brown bears and cubs, and historical remains of Ainu (indigenous Japanese) settlements and World War II battles.
Available Add-on Activity: Ship: The Sylvia Earle

Departure Date:
  • 29 Aug 2022 - 12 Sep 2022 (15 Days)

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Alaska

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Alaska Adventure

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Sail the iconic Inside Passage from Vancouver to Metlakatla and absorb the changing landscape and sightings of the abundant wildlife that Alaska has to offer. Our small ship allows you to explore Alaska, one of the world’s largest terrestrial reserves, in a way that larger vessels are unable to.

At Metlakatla, visit the only Indian Reserve in Alaska. In Misty Fjords National Monument, pull into small bays or quiet coves to view marine wildlife without the worry of crowds. Marvel at the towering trees of old-growth forest dominated by spruce, hemlock and cedar. Along the shoreline, keep watch for brown bears hunting for salmon while whales and seals patrol the waters. Do not forget to look skywards to spot the bald eagle, Alaska’s largest resident bird of prey. On land, hike in temperate rainforests, listening out for songful bird calls, or at one of Alaska’s many tidewater glaciers.

ALaska mother bear and cubs

Highlights

  • Visit the Metlakatla Indian Community, Annette Island, where you can learn about their ancient culture and admire their unique, locally hand-carved standing totem poles
  • Look for iconic Alaskan wildlife including, bears, eagles and salmon in Tongass National Forest – the largest in the US, covering most of south-east Alaska – and famous wilderness areas such as Misty Fjords National Monument and Tracy Arms-Ford Terror Wilderness
  • Hikers can strike out in Haines, a region famous for its trails
  • Zodiac-cruise, kayak or hike the shorelines of the islands around Icy Strait, which offer the possibility of superb wildlife viewing. Keep watch for wildlife all-stars such as orca, brown bears, Steller sea lions and many bird species.
Available Add-on Activities: Ship: The Sylvia Earle

Departure Date:
  • 19 May 2022 - 31 May 2022 (13 Days)

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Alaska Adventure & Haida Gwaii

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Weaving through fjords, coves and bays that are best enjoyed on a small ship, explore small settlements, including Annette Island’s Metlakatla Indian Community, the only Indian Reserve in Alaska. In Sitka Sound, Zodiac-cruise at Saint Lazaria National Wildlife Refuge, home to over 500,000 breeding seabirds, as bald eagles and peregrine falcons circle the skies and Mount Edgecumbe looms nearby.

In Misty Fjords National Monument, sail along Tracy Arm Fjord towards the splendid twin Sawyer Glaciers. Keep your eyes peeled and your camera poised for fin-slapping whales, harbour seals, brown bears and black bears. With special permission, we visit Haida Gwaii, where indigenous Haida guides will welcome you to their community and share stories about their history and culture. Explore the area by Zodiac, looking for wildlife and admiring superb coastal scenery. Near Bella Coola, Nuxalk Nation guides will lead you on an exclusive excursion for a grizzly bear encounter.

Haida Gwaii Mistry Fjords Alaska

Highlights

  • Led by Nuxalk Nation guides, explore the estuaries and tide flats in the Bella Coola region, where grizzly bears are known to gather in their greatest numbers
  • Spend a few days at Haida Gwaii, where traditional owners share stories about their history and culture, and look for wildlife on Zodiac cruises or while hiking through lush temperate forest
  • Explore the islands around Icy Strait for superb wildlife-viewing opportunities by Zodiac-cruising, kayaking or hiking the shoreline while keeping watch for wildlife all-stars such as orca, brown bears, Steller sea lions and countless birds
  • See iconic Alaskan wildlife including bears, eagles and salmon in Tongass National Forest – the largest forest in the US and covering most of south-east Alaska – and famous wilderness areas such as Misty Fjords National Monument and Tracy Arm-Fords Terror Wilderness
Available Add-on Activities: Ship: The Sylvia Earle

Departure Date:
  • 30 May 2022 - 11 Jun 2022 (13 Days)

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Alaska Odyssey

Alaska Odyssey map

Experience the majesty of the famed Inside Passage as we navigate the narrow straits and inlets to visit small villages and to explore tiny islands inaccessible to larger ships. On Annette Island, you will be warmly welcomed by locals from the Metlakatla Indian Community, the only Indian Reserve in Alaska. Explore Misty Fjords National Monument – the largest wilderness in Tongass National Forest, a region abundant in wildlife. At Tracy Arm-Fords Terror Wilderness, Zodiac-cruise and kayak among the icebergs of tidewater glaciers, keeping your eyes and cameras ready to see whales, harbour seals, mountain goats, brown bears, black bears and bald eagles. Experience some of Alaska’s most iconic glaciers including Mendenhall, twin Sawyer, Hubbard, and the calving tidewater glaciers at enormous Prince William Sound.

Prince William Sound

Highlights

  • Spend two days exploring spectacular Prince William Sound with its countless fjords, abundant tidewater glaciers and superb wildlife
  • Experience Alaska’s iconic glaciers, including twin Sawyer, Baird, Hubbard, and Mendenhall
  • Visit the Metlakatla Indian Community and learn about their ancient culture and admire their unique, locally hand-carved totem poles
  • Zodiac-cruise, kayak or hike the shorelines of the islands around Icy Strait, which offer the possibility of superb wildlife viewing. Keep watch for wildlife all-stars such as orca, brown bears, Steller sea lions and many bird species.
Available Add-on Activities: Ship: The Sylvia Earle

Departure Date:
  • 10 Jun 2022 - 23 Jun 2022 (14 Days)

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Aleutian Islands

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Board your expedition ship in the stunning, remote fishing port of Seward, Alaska, and begin exploring the rugged Alaskan Peninsula coast, where deeply incised fjords give access to glaciers tumbling from icefields high above. Brown bears, whales, dolphins and seals are but some that call this coast home, and wildlife only increases as you traverse the Aleutians, a 1900-km chain of 14 large volcanic islands and 55 smaller ones that forms the Pacific Rim of Fire’s northern arc. This natural boundary separates the Pacific Ocean from the Bering Sea, creating a dynamic environment that supports amazing biodiversity, including caribou, sea otters, Steller sea lions, orcas and gray whales. Delight in black-legged kittiwakes, tufted puffins, crested auklets, peregrine falcon, tundra swans and so much more. Landings reveal historical relics ranging from Aleut villages and Russian fur trade depots to remnants of World War II battles and Cold War bases. Every day promises something to fire your passion especially finishing up on Russia’s spectacular Kamchatka Peninsula.

Aleutian Islands Kodiak brown bear

Highlights

  • Explore deep fjords of the Alaskan Peninsula, where glaciers shed bergy bits and brown bears and cubs forage along the shores
  • Island-hop the Aleutian chain of active volcanoes forming the Pacific Rim of Fire that separates the Pacific Ocean from the Bering Sea
  • Zodiac cruise in mist-shrouded coves, where colonies of Steller sea lions roar, humpback and grey whales blow, sea otters mesmerise and outcrops hold breeding colonies of puffins, auklets, terns, guillemots and dozens of other species
  • Enjoy tundra walks amongst wildflowers adding colour to smoking volcanoes. Explore abandoned military outposts where Japanese and U.S military forces clashed in World War II.
Available Add-on Activity: Ship: The Sylvia Earle

Departure Date:
  • 22 Jun 2022 - 8 Jul 2022 (16 Days)

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Central & South America

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Baja California & Sea of Cortez

Baja California & Sea of Cortez Map

The Gulf of California, also known as the Sea of Cortez, was once famously dubbed the ‘aquarium of the world.’ The rugged islands, coastal desert and the surrounding turquoise waters are of striking natural beauty. The islands and protected areas of the Gulf of California are one of Dr Sylvia Earle’s designated Hope Spots and a UNESCO World Heritage-listed site. It is one of the most productive ocean regions in the world – home to over 900 species of fish, including sharks – 90 of them endemic – more than 2,000 invertebrate species and a variety of whales, dolphins, rays, sea turtles and sea lions. Hike among coastal cactus forests, enjoying splendid views of crescent-shaped bays and be spoiled by some of the best snorkelling and diving experiences offered anywhere on earth. Zodiac cruises will bring birders close to enormous bird colonies where you might spot blue-footed boobies, red-billed tropicbirds and Heermann’s gulls. Sunsets over the Sea of Cortez are among the most spectacular you will find anywhere in the world.

Sea of Cortez

Highlights

  • Immerse yourself in some of the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Islands and Protected Areas of the Gulf of California/Sea of Cortez
  • Spend five days exploring the wonders of Loreto Bay National Marine Park, enjoying exceptional marine wildlife-viewing opportunities
  • Hike along coastal desert ridges offering sublime views of the iridescent sea below where carefree whales and other marine mammals safely frolic
  • Sample fresh local produce and experience Mexico's famous cuisine
Available Add-on Activities: Ship: The Sylvia Earle

Departure Date:
  • 4 May 2022 - 12 May 2022 (9 Days)

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Baja California Odyssey

Baja California Odyssey Map

On the southwest Pacific coast of Baja California Sur, explore bird-rich mangroves, sculpted sand dunes and mountainous backdrop. Hike among coastal desert ecosystems, tick numerous bird species off your list, snorkel among vibrant coral reefs and Zodiac cruise along colourful coastlines in search of wildlife in the UNESCO World Heritage-listed islands and protected areas of the Sea of Cortez. If we’re lucky, we might witness the unforgettable spectacle of migrating mobula rays.

Baja California

Highlights

  • Witness the unforgettable site of thousands of mobula rays migrating to the Sea of Cortez to feed and to mate
  • Immerse yourself in the magical underwater world in the Sea of Cortez and experience the remarkable marine biodiversity famously dubbed the ‘world’s aquarium’
  • Hike along coastal deserts that reveal cacti forests and breathtaking bay views
  • Look out for blue-footed boobies, frigatebirds and the endemic Xantus’s hummingbird
Available Add-on Activities: Ship: The Sylvia Earle

Departure Date:
  • 23 Apr 2022 - 5 May 2022 (13 Days)

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Oceania

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Raja Ampat & West Papua Islands

Raja Ampat and West Papua Islands map

The tropical archipelago of West Papua is ideal for expedition cruising. Raja Ampat and the nearby islands of the Indonesian archipelago are a melting pot of culture, history and nature. Discover the influence of Melanesia, Islam, and the Portuguese explorers and Dutch traders who ventured to the ‘Spice Islands’ in search of highly prized spices such as nutmeg. Raja Ampat is also a marine biodiversity hotspot. With 75 per cent of the world’s coral species and over 1,500 species of tropical fish found here, it is a paradise for divers and snorkellers. Enjoy guided walks through littoral rainforest to catch a glimpse of birds of paradise and in Banda Neira, explore Fort Belgica, a fortress built by the Dutch in the 16th century to ward off marauders.

Raja Ampat

Highlights

  • Snorkel and dive among the world’s most biodiverse marine ecosystems at Raja Ampat
  • Swim with whale sharks in Cenderawasih Marine National Park
  • Meet the residents of the remote Teba indigenous tribes of Mamberamo River, Indonesia’s largest river
  • Explore impressive Fort Belgica – one of the largest remaining European forts in Indonesia – on Banda Neira
Available Add-on Activities: Ship: The Sylvia Earle

Departure Date:
  • 21 Sep 2022 - 4 Oct 2022 (14 Days)

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