Circle the globe and come face to face with Earth’s most unique wildlife. Ranthambore National Park in India is where you will find the tawny Royal Bengal Tiger creeping through the grass as it explores its kingdom. A good portion of the way around the globe from India, Ecuador’s Galapagos Islands contain a variety of reptiles and flora that do not exist outside of this region. Corcovado National Park in Costa Rica offers a backpacking experience of a lifetime through the region’s last stand of old-growth rainforest that dazzles and fascinates with every step. Observe efforts to protect the Giant Panda at the Wolong Nature Reserve in China, and discover the staggering diversity of aquatic life that calls Australia’s Great Barrier Reef home. Your once-in-a-lifetime excursion to the Earth’s must see places concludes at Serengeti National Park, and the Masai Mara National Reserve, where you will witness one of nature’s most awesome spectacles, the annual migration of countless wildebeest, and the crocodiles that eagerly await their crossing at the Mara River.
The Art Explorers go off the beaten path to explore South Korea, specifically the country’s largest city of Seoul. Regina and Pat visit the internationally renowned World Ceramics Center, the Korean Folk Village where they witness what life was like centuries ago, and have an overnight stay at a Buddhist Temple. They even climb thousandsWatch Now >>
Trek through India’s Route of the Gods, a journey that transcends one’s dreams and imagination. Start in Leh, and end in Benares in the valley of the Ganges, crossing the Himalayas at over 16,000 feet. Along the way, you will meet the people that define this remarkable country.Watch Now >>