Wild Belize Escape: Wildlife, Reefs, and Rivers on National Geographic Quest
A Voyage to Belize: Wildlife, Reefs, and Rivers
Explore vibrant reefs and near-mythical ruins on a land-and-sea expedition Discover the tropical wonders of Belize on a voyage along the country’s remote southern coast. Using the National Geographic Quest as your base for exploration, snorkel the colorful corals of the Belize barrier reef, skirt the shores of white-sand islands by kayak and stand-up paddleboard, and swim in turquoise lagoons teeming with marine life. Head inland to explore lush jungles on foot; and cruise coastal rivers in Zodiacs, seeking out howler monkeys and toucans in the surrounding rain forest canopy.
Set out from the state-of-the-art National Geographic Quest to kayak and paddleboard turquoise lagoons, and board Zodiacs to cruise wildlife-rich coastal rivers.
Spot turtles, rays, and rainbow-colored fish while snorkeling or diving the coral gardens of the Belize barrier reef.
Join a naturalist for a hike in Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary, the world’s first jaguar reserve.
Enjoy a festive drumming performance from the internationally acclaimed Garifuna Collective.
$300.00 Ship Board Credit
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Experience Peru Expedition-style, Immersive & In-depth Joining an expedition to Peru is an unparalleled experience of Inca wonders, colonial cities, and a rich cultural heritage. A knowledgeable, enthusiastic staff caters to your daily interests and provides insight. Our expedition will enable you to:
See daybreak over the ruins at Machu Picchu from the fabled Sun Gate, with only a handful of visitors
Discover Cusco’s array of cultural influences and explore the Sacred Valley of the Inca with a National Geographic expert
Explore the massive stone Inca stone fortress of Ollantaytambo
Ancient civilizations & modern day life The genius of the Inca architects is evident in the ruins left standing today. At Machu Picchu, the terrain is so jagged that only 35% of the territory has been examined. The harsh surroundings are strategic to Machu Picchu, lending this sanctuary a fusion of beauty and harmony with nature. Mountain-top views from this ancient citadel are a photographer’s dream. Cusco, capital of the Inca dynasty, was once a holy city. As a result, many splendid styles of architecture are found here. Contemporary Cusco is surrounded by sculpted agricultural terraces from long ago. Our guides reveal the wonders of ancient civilizations, and reveal the Inca influence in contemporary life, too.For more information call or email email@example.com or 281 362 0777 or 1 888 843 7014 http://distinctivetravelcruises.com