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Amazon Explorer Cruise (Aqua Nera)

Duration: 5 days
Price from: $5500 USD
Ship: Aqua Nera
Overview: This 4-night Amazon Explorer Cruise manages to fit major highlights of the Peruvian Amazon and the Pacaya-Samiria National Reserve in an action-packed itinerary. Go piranha fishing, trek into the dense jungle with our experienced guides in search of wildlife such as Amazon monkeys, three-toed sloths, hoatzins, toucans, macaws and unravel the mystery of giant water ... more ▸

Scotland's Highlands and Islands

Duration: 8 days
Price from: $10290 AUD
Overview: Selected as a National Geographic Traveler magazine "Tour of a Lifetime" for its authenticity, immersion, sustainability, and connection, our Highlands and Islands expedition offers the most encompassing way to explore Scotland. The highlights and seldom-seen Scotland The only expedition of its kind, you’ll explore Scotland as few people have on an encompassing and enchanting voyage. ... more ▸

The Caribbean & French Guiana

Duration: 11 days
Price from: $6950 AUD
Overview: Set sail for a cruise to the heart of the most enchanting islands in the Caribbean Sea, up to the tropical rainforest of French Guiana. PONANT offers you a 11-day circuit aboard Le Dumont-d’Urville, from Fort-de-France to Cayenne. Leaving from Martinique, your first stop will be Les Saintes, a highly popular anchorage site with crystal-clear ... more ▸

Galápagos — East, Central, & West Islands (Eden)

Duration: 10 days
Price from: $5319 AUD
Ship: Eden
Overview: Get up close and personal with an incredible array of animal species on this 10-day tour that hits the east, central, and west islands of the Galápagos. Along the way, you'll have plenty of time to spot and snap photos of giant land tortoises on Santa Cruz, Darwin's famed finches in Punta Moreno, and colonies ... more ▸

Ancient Capitals

Duration: 5 days
Price from: $1226 USD
Ship: Anawrahta
Overview: There is an extraordinary timeless quality to Myanmar’s Irrawaddy River, also known as the Ayeyarwady. Rising among Himalayan glaciers and flowing freely for almost 2,200 km across the whole country into the Indian Ocean, this river is a witness of contemporary history. The kings of medieval Bagan would almost certainly recognise its riverbank life today ... more ▸