Wild Polynesia Escape
Discover iconic tropical landscapes, ancient cultural sites, and an extraordinary undersea world.
Wild Galapagos Escape
You’ll walk up-close among lively colonies of wildlife, all legendary for their lack of fear—see marine iguanas, frigate birds, blue-footed boobies, the famous giant tortoises, and more.
Journey to Antarctica: The White Continent
Enjoy the penguins with their endlessly amusing antics—gabbling in their rookeries, bobbing by on a blue berg, or catapulting onto the shore.
Exploring the Hudson River in Fall: Transformation, Conservation & Creativity
Debark in riverside towns that are full of maritime history and learn the essential roles music and art have played in the region with a special visit to Storm King Mountain Art Center.
Wild Iceland Escape
Discover why Iceland is known as the “land of fire and ice” on a voyage to the remote fjords and volcanic isles along the country's western coast.
Wild Belize Escape: Wildlife, Reefs & Rivers
Tour Highlights Wander through Belize’s tropical wilderness, and kayak or paddleboard along white sand beaches. Take a dip in turquoise lagoons with the unique opportunity to snorkel alongside sea turtles, rays, and tropical fish in the world’s second largest coral reef system. The expedition continues inside the Maya Biosphere Reserve—which is twice the size of […]
Discover Southeast Alaska (Juneau to Sitka) [on request]
See the spray of whales only yards away and venture into secluded inlets as you get up close to nature, whether from the decks of the Chichagof Dream or aboard its skiffs and kayaks.
The Pride of South Africa, Botswana, Namibia & Zimbabwe [on request]
Guided tour of Victoria Falls, a UNESCO World Heritage site and one of the world’s Seven Natural Wonders.
New Zealand: Circumnavigating the South Island
FREE three-night Sidney pre-cruise extension available!
Costa Rica & the Panama Canal
Free round-trip air if booked by June 30, 2022
Galápagos Aboard National Geographic Endeavour II
Walk among birds that have no instinct to flee humans: blue-footed boobies, frigate birds, albatrosses, and Darwin’s finches.
Panama and Colombia: Exploring the Caribbean Coast
With over 1,900 species of bird—more than any other country—and an astonishing 450 mammals, Colombia unquestionably contains the greatest biodiversity by area on the planet.
Stay Connected to Berkeley for Life
Local or global, far or wide—wherever you roam, keep a piece of Berkeley with you.
Our Tour Lecturers
Meet the enrichment lecturers who accompany many of our tours and offer fascinating educational details to take your vacation to the next level.