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Natural Habitat Adventures

The Time to See -- and Save -- Africa's Elephants is Now

Natural Habitat Adventures | Posted 01.26.2014 | Travel
Natural Habitat Adventures

Africa's elephants face an unprecedented poaching siege. It's a crisis of global significance that the U.S. government is taking action against -- and one in which safari ecotourism plays an important role, undergirding the value for local communities of keeping elephants alive.

Ask a Guide: Why Take a Photography Tour?

Adventure Collection | Posted 01.23.2014 | Travel
Adventure Collection

"I find that once I feel like I've got something captured, it frees me up to try newer things -- different types of photos that might express movement or that evoke the space."

100-Year-Old Woman Fulfills Lifetime Travel Dream on Polar Bear Expedition

Natural Habitat Adventures | Posted 01.23.2014 | Travel
Natural Habitat Adventures

When Elsa Bailey turned 100 last May, she still had a bucket list. And on it was her desire to see a polar bear in the wild. Last week Bailey got to realize her dream when she traveled to Churchill, Manitoba as the guest of Natural Habitat Adventures.

Mexico's Top 4 Wildlife Adventures

Natural Habitat Adventures | Posted 07.24.2013 | Travel
Natural Habitat Adventures

There's a wild side of Mexico that few travelers experience. Here are four wondrous nature adventures you shouldn't miss.

5 Incredible Wildlife Migrations: By Hoof, Paw, Fluke & Flipper

Natural Habitat Adventures | Posted 05.19.2013 | Travel
Natural Habitat Adventures

Watching the planet's animals in motion offers a front-row view on an age-old drama where the marvels of adaptation are on stage.

Glaciers To See Before They're Gone

Natural Habitat Adventures | Posted 02.11.2013 | Travel
Natural Habitat Adventures

Standing at the rail of the Glacier Queen, we were riveted to the face of the 300-foot-high wall of ice towering before us. Though it was a quarter-mile away, we could hear every crack and crumble as the active tidewater glacier heaved and sloughed ice into the frigid waters of Prince William Sound.