Seacology Island Expeditions


If our new island projects made you wistful for an island adventure of your own, why not consider joining Seacology on one of our upcoming trips? Seacology trips visit some of the world's most pristine and remote islands, combining rugged adventure with luxury travel for the experience of a lifetime! Our trips include stops at Seacology sites, where we meet island villagers and tour the projects and reserved we've helped fund. Read on for more information on our upcoming trips, and we hope you can join us!


Azores, Morocco and Canary Islands - May 4-20, 2011

Seacology is pleased to announce our upcoming expedition and cruise to Spain, Gibraltar, Morocco, The Canary Islands, and the Azores. The cruise is run by Zegrahm Expeditions one of the world's leading expeditionary cruise companies. The voyage takes place from May 4 - 20, 2011 aboard the 110 passenger, luxury adventure cruise ship, the Clipper Odyssey. Highlights will include: the world famous Alhambra in Granada, Spain; the 1,400 foot high Rock of Gibraltar at the entrance of the Mediterranean; Casablanca and Taroudant ("Little Marrakech") in Morocco; the bizarre volcanic landscapes and geological wonders of the Canary Islands; wine tasting in Madeira, and incredible views from the world's second largest sea cliff; whale watching in the Azores; bird watching throughout the cruise; and a presentation from the director of the Seacology funded project in Madeira in which local disadvantaged youth are working to reforest a 12 acre area on the highest peak of the Ecological Park of Funchal. We hope you can join us!
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Crossing the Equator with Seacology Cruise - September 6 - 21, 2010

This will be Seacology's second voyage aboard the 50 cabin exploratory cruise ship, the Clipper Odyssey. Seacology is again co-sponsoring this cruise with Zegrahm Expeditions. This expedition will tour Micronesia, the Marshall Islands, Kiribati, Fiji and will include a Seacology project visit in the remote island nation of Tuvalu. The voyage will feature diving, snorkeling, hiking, birding, cultural visits as well as lectures from marine biologists, ornithologists, and anthropologists. The diving, which promises to be fantastic, is limited to the first 16 divers who sign up. This cruise is equally suitable for divers and non-divers alike. Reservations should be made with Zegrahm Expeditions.
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Vietnam and Cambodia - October 30 - November 11, 2010

After a few days of sightseeing in Hanoi we will cruise Ha Long Bay, a World Heritage Site off the coast of northern Vietnam. While there, we will visit Seacology's Cat Ba langur project, where we are helping to save one of the world's most endangered primates. Afterwards, we will travel to Cuc Phoung National Park for an opportunity to view several other rare and endangered primate species. From there, we will fly down to Ho Chi Minh City, a.k.a. Saigon, and visit the famous Cu Chi tunnels where guerillas lived for months on end during the Vietnam War. We conclude the trip in Siem Rep, Cambodia, and explore another World Heritage Site, the famous Angkor Wat temples. Availability is limited on this trip which we anticipate will sell out quickly. Reservations should be made directly with Seacology.
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Dive the Philippines - January 11-25, 2011

Join Seacology as we explore the beautiful waters and pristine reefs surrounding the Philippine islands. Our first 10 days will be spent aboard the Philippine Siren (pictured), one of the region's most luxurious liveaboards. The final 4 days will take us to El Nido Lagen Island Resort, located on the gorgeous El Nido Lagoon. Our trip will be spent diving and snorkeling in the beautiful Philippine waters, which abound with coral reefs, sharks, rays, and many types of fish. Non-divers are welcome to join us for the second portion of the trip. Reservations should be made with Reef and Rainforest.
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