Exotic adventure awaits you at every turn as you journey across five continents, experiencing the world's legendary sites up close, from climbing the terraced steps of Machu Picchu to traversing the Serengeti Plain on safari.

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 Moai on Easter Island  Women working on textiles. Credit: Richard Stanoss  <i>Moai</i> on Easter Island at sunrise  Moai on Easter Island  Fire ceremony in Samoa  The pristine beauty of Samoa  Australia's Great Barrier Reef  Anemone Fish, the Great Barrier Reef  Masked Butterfly Fish, the Great Barrier Reef  Swimming with tortoise, Great Barrier Reef  Monks at Angkor Wat  Monk at Angkor Wat. Credit: Chris Palmer  Monk at Angkor Wat, Cambodia. Credit: Jon Arnold / Danita Delimont  The iconic Taj Mahal  Architecture of Agra, India  Colorful sari skirts of India  Elephant with calf on the savanna  Giraffes on the savanna  Group of cheetahs  The iconic Treasury at Petra, Jordan  View of the Petra's Treasury from above  Nomadic tent in Jordan's Wadi Rum  Traditional spices in a Moroccan bazaar  The distinctive minaret of Koutoubia Mosque, Marrakech  Medina of Marrakech

Around the World by Private Jet

Featuring the World’s Greatest Treasures & Legendary Places

24-25 days from $85,950

Exotic adventure awaits you at every turn as you journey across five continents, experiencing the world's legendary sites up close, from climbing the terraced steps of Machu Picchu to traversing the Serengeti Plain on safari.

or Call 866-903-7650

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These journeys provide such wonderful opportunities to learn and experience nature. Organized tours enable you to focus on the sights and to forget about all of the challenges of travel since those are taken care of by the organizers – because of this, your time is spent enjoying new and valuable experiences – such memories last a lifetime.

- Virginia H.


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Sep 29 - Oct 22, 2019 Departure
Peter Bobrowsky

Peter Bobrowsky

Peter Bobrowsky is a professional archaeologist and geologist with 30 years of experience working as a consultant, scholar and researcher in North America, South America, Africa, Asia, Europe and the Middle East. He obtained his PhD in 1989 from the University of Alberta and is currently an Adjunct Full Professor at both Simon Fraser University and the University of Victoria in British Columbia, Canada. An author of some 350 scientific publications including several technical books such as the Encyclopedia of Natural Hazards, he was elected as an International Fellow of the Explorers Club of New York and a Fellow of the Geological Society of America. He is the recipient of numerous awards including the Eugene Shoemaker Communications Award for Best Book in 2009, the Edward B. Burwell Jr. Award for Engineering Geology in 2011 and the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal in 2012. Dr. Bobrowsky has a prominent history of international positions and appointments including former Secretary General of the International Union of Geological Sciences an NGO representing some 1 million earth scientists around the world, former President of the Canadian Quaternary Association, and former President of the Geological Association of Canada. A popular lecturer for the Smithsonian, he is a passionate traveler who has visited some 100 countries. Known for his scholarly insights and enthusiastic and easygoing speaking style, he will bring to life the crucial link between landscapes and society.

Feb 21 - Mar 16, 2020 Departure
Nina Zitani

Nina Zitani

Dr. Nina Zitani is an accomplished field research biologist with a passion for teaching people of all ages and backgrounds about the wonders of the living parts of the natural world. Her published research includes discovering and naming 15 new insect species of Costa Rica; scientists have named eight new insect species in her honor. Recent research has focused on the ecology of the Onychophora (velvet worms) of Ecuador. A graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design, she uses her extraordinary creativity and photography to enrich her lectures on natural history, evolutionary biology, biodiversity and conservation science. For nearly 30 years she has been a science educator in the classroom and in the field. Her engaging natural history lessons on topics ranging from pollination, to the ecology of native plants and food webs, to the evolution of birds incorporate stories and imagery from her North American field experiences and 24 expeditions to Costa Rica, Ecuador and Peru. Dr. Zitani resides in London, Ontario, Canada where she is the Curator of Zoological Collections and Assistant Professor in the Department of Biology at Western University. 

Oct 24 - Nov 17, 2020 Departure
Adam Tanner

Adam Tanner

A writer who spent much of his career as a foreign correspondent, Adam Tanner has long studied the impact of colonialism, empire and globalization as a foreign correspondent, author and lecturer, with a special focus on the enduring impact of Europe on the rest of the world. He was a Nieman fellow and then associate at Harvard’s Institute for Quantitative Social Science from 2011-18.

He served as a Reuters news agency correspondent from 1995-2011, including as bureau chief for the Balkans (2008-2011), San Francisco bureau chief (2003-2008), and correspondent in Berlin, Moscow and Washington D.C.  He is one of America's leading experts on privacy and the commercialization of personal information and author of What Stays in Vegas: The World of Personal Data-Lifeblood of Big Business-and the End of Privacy as We Know It (2014) and Our Bodies, Our Data: How Companies Make Billions Selling Our Medical Records (Jan. 2017). 

He has appeared on CNN, Bloomberg TV, MSNBC, CNBC, NPR, the BBC and VOA; written for magazines including Scientific American, Forbes, Fortune, Time, MIT Technology Review, the Boston Globe and Slate; and has lectured in North and South America, Europe, Asia, Africa and Australia.