Amazing discoveries to bring us closer to nature and each other
Travel with a small group of like-minded people to destinations that perfectly combine luxury and adventure, leaving you with a better understanding of this amazing world in which we live.
If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together. - African Proverb
The mission of the Tennessee Aquarium is to connect people with nature and empower them to make informed decisions about water and wildlife. Join us on one of our upcoming adventures!
A Treasure Trove of Wildlife and Culture
November 1-11, 2019
THIS TRIP IS SOLD OUT
Please contact Cindy Todd, email@example.com, if you would like to be added to our waiting list or receive advance information about future trips to Africa.
In Tanzania the Maasai have shared the endless plains of the Serengeti with endemic lion and elephant for eons. Journey into the dawn of time as you pass the stoic red-robed Maasai boy herding his cattle and descend 2,000 feet by Land Rover beneath the cloud cover into Ngorongoro Crater, Africa’s ‘Garden of Eden.’ The amazing wildlife you see crossing the diverse terrain is only enhanced by a visit to Oldupai Gorge, where Mary Leakey discovered one of the earliest fossils of humankind. Home to both humans and beast since the beginning of time, the magic of the Serengeti continues to thrill. Afterwards, wash off the dust of the wilderness in the crystal clear waters of Mafia Island as you explore the reef and the sugar sand beaches on an optional post-extension.
February 22-29, 2020
Cuba is home to a truly distinct national identity influenced by Spanish, African and American cultures. Beyond its cultural legacy, Cuba has a wealth of natural resources, including its distinctive limestone hills known as mogotes, unspoiled coral reefs, miles of beaches, and two UNESCO Natural World Heritage Sites. Immerse yourself in the history, culture and architecture of Old Havana by visiting important landmarks and monuments. Explore magical, underground limestone caves and other geological wonders in Cueva del Indio. Get an up-close look at marine life as you snorkel Cuba’s pristine coral reefs. Visit the former house of Ernest Hemingway, then top it all off with dinner and salsa dance lessons before the Buena Vista Social Club show. This 8-day, small-group trip includes expert naturalist guides, accommodations, meals, activities and entrance fees.
$2,965 plus airfare from Atlanta estimated at $550
July 11-27, 2020
Journey to the “eighth continent” for a chance to discover the endemic plants and wildlife of one of the world’s most unique biodiversity hotspots – Madagascar! From lemurs and chameleons to rare birds and tortoises, the incredible diversity of Madagascar’s native species inhabit a range of ecosystems across varied and stunning landscapes. Visit a botanical park where nine different species of lemur can be observed roaming freely. Take guided hikes in Isalo National Park, famous for its canyons, waterfalls and sandstone formations. Hike in Ranomafana National Park and learn about flora, fauna and research efforts at Centre ValBio, a leading field research facility run by renowned primatologist Dr. Patricia Wright. This 14-day, small-group trip includes deluxe accommodations, internal airfare, sightseeing and activities, an expert guide and an extensive meal program.
$5,875 plus international air
Post-extension safari details coming soon