The soothing voice of Sir David Attenborough on BBC’s Planet Earth II documentary lulls you onto the banks of the Ganges River in India or marvelling at the wildlife on the Galapagos Islands.
But instead of sitting on the couch and living through Sir David, you can now experience these adventures with Tauck Earth Journeys.
The brand has partnered with BBC Earth to craft once-in-a-lifetime travel experiences that feature some of the same elements featured on the documentary.
The itineraries on offer include many of the locations found on the show including the Galapagos Islands, Antarctica, Costa Rica, South Africa, Kenya, Nepal, Botswana, India and Panama.
The guests get to try some of the technology used by the filmmakers, like sensitive long-range microphones, thermal imaging cameras, night-vision goggles, and self-activating camera traps. The guests will also be learning about filmmaking in the wild and also get to view some exclusive documentary films produced by BBC Earth, for Tauck.
Some of the small cruising expedition itineraries include cruising to the Galapagos Islands as well as visiting sites in Peru, an amazing Iceland cruise aboard one of the brand’s newest ship, Le Laperouse.
There will also be cruises along the Panama Canal as well as visits to Costa Rica and not to mention, the iconic Antarctic cruise.
Tauck will also be also doubling its small ship capacity with the help of French-owned luxury cruise line Ponant.
The BBC Earth experts onboard select cruises will also double up as your guides.
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