This temple in Abydos, Egypt, is part of a tour offered by Sanctuary Retreats.See all tours in Africa. Chagres National Park in Panama, home to Indian villagers, is part of a tour offered by Ancon Expeditions of Panama.See all tours in Central and South America. Brazil's Chapada Diamantina, pictured here at sunset, is part of a tour offered by Country Walkers.Se all tours in Central and South America. A visit to the Monastery in the ancient city of Petra, Jordan, is part of a tour offered by Wildland Adventures.See all tours in Asia. The coral islands of Raja Ampat, part of southeast Asia's Coral Triangle, is part of a tour offered by SeaTrek Sailing Adventures.See all tours in Asia.
Son Doong cave(Vietnamese: Hang Son Doong) is world's largest cave, located in Quang Binh province, Vietnam.
Sailing a dhow around a Mozambique archipelago, riding a dogsled in Greenland, sampling wine fermented in clay vessels in the Republic of Georgia—these are far from everyday experiences. Get the most out of your family safari vacation with this advice from someone who's been there. Women dance in a voodoo ceremony in the West African nation of Benin, on a tour itinerary offered by GeoEx.See all tours in Africa. Moss-covered spruces and hemlocks dwarf visitors in the Hoh Rain Forest in Olympic National Park in Washington State, a stop on an Evergreen Escapes tour.See all tours in North America. Tbilisi, capital of the nation of Georgia and long a crossroad of cultures, is part of Exeter International's Caucasus tour.See all tours in Asia.


Suited up in protective gear, tourists "ash board" down Nicaragua's Cerro Negro Volcano, a highlight of KE Adventure Travel's tour "From the Pacific to the Caribbean."See all tours in the Pacific Islands and Oceania.
A gaucho herds cattle in Chile's Patagonia region, part of a horseback-riding tour offered by Chile Nativo.See all tours in Central and South America. Slovenia's karst landscape features many waterfalls like the Kozjak fall, a stop on Kensington Tours' "Green Charms of Slovenia."See all tours in Europe.
The watery reaches of Botswana's Okavango Delta bring out the kayaks on a tour with Audley Travel.See all tours in Africa. Monks approach the thousand-year-old Shwezigon Pagoda outside Bagan, Burma, a stop on a tour with Belmond.See all tours in Asia. Deep in the Amazon rain forest, a shaman proffers a bowl at the Tiinkias Ecotourism Center, one destination on an Ecuador expedition with Pachamama.See all tours in Central and South America. City carved from stone, Petra, Jordan, anchors the “Jordan Insider” tour by Engaging Cultures.See all tours in Asia. Waterways act as roads in Kerala, India, featured in Hidden Places' "India Kayaking" tour.See all tours in Asia. A candlelit barn dinner at Blackberry Farm in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee tops off a cycling tour with Trek Travel.See all tours in North America. The marine wonders of Australia's Great Barrier Reef are showstoppers on a family trip with Elevate Destinations.See all tours in the Pacific Islands and Oceania.
Rugged formations challenge participants on the “Cycle, Kayak, and Walk Tasmania” tour with Tasmanian Expeditions.See all tours in the Pacific Islands and Oceania.


Africa's spice island of Zanzibar is the final stop on a tour offered by Global Basecamps.See all tours in Africa.
Festive lighting draws spectators to Hoan Kiem Lake, a popular escape in downtown Hanoi, the bustling home base for participants in Global Volunteers' Vietnam volunteer program.See all tours in Asia. Moonlit cacti rise above Bolivia's lunar Uyuni salt flat, featured in an expedition with Explora.See all tours in Central and South America. It is found by a local man named Ho Khanh in 1991 and was recently discovered in 2009 by British cavers, led by Howard Limbert.
In the ten years we’ve curated our annual roundup of the best guided trips, sustainable tours that reflect the National Geographic Society’s mission to inspire, illuminate, and teach have proliferated. Not long ago, for example, travelers interested in small-group tours to India settled for a handful of well-trod itineraries; today, choices run from seeing antiquities in Gujarat to trekking with Himalayan yak herders. Driving much of this growth: increasingly sophisticated travelers keen on customized trips and just enough adventure.



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