Discover Holland and Belgium at the height of spring—when fields of tulips blanket the low country and trees burst with blossoms. On an 8-day cruise, glide past scenic villages and historic cities. In Holland, stroll through a patchwork of flowers at the Keukenhof gardens, and meander past the windmills of Kinderdijk. Gain insight into Dutch traditions during a festive dinner with local residents, and meet engineers for an inside look at the Delta Works. Venture into stunning cathedrals and town halls, and trace the colorful histories of Veere and Arnhem in the Netherlands and Brugge, Belgium from the medieval era to World War II. As we sail these storied waterways, enjoy the freedom and flexibility to tailor the itinerary to your interests, choosing from a variety of available excursions at each port of call—and benefit from the insights provided by the National Geographic Expert and the National Geographic photographer who accompany us on the journey.
Explore a diverse array of UNESCO World Heritage sites, from the medieval wharf at Bryggen to Surtsey, the world’s newest island.
Travel aboard the National Geographic Explorer, enjoying unparalleled access to Iceland’s most remote landscapes, including offshore islands near the Arctic Circle.
If you enjoy photographing traditional tribes and cultures this photo expedition promises to be a unique experience. We will travel along the tranquil Sepik River while visiting villages, spirit houses and local carvers. The highlight will be our own opportunities to set up personal photoshoots as the 75-90 tribes perform the singing and dancing performances known as a Mt Hagen SingSing. Please view this personalized itinerary. While this very special photographic trip is not for the faint of heart there is very limited space and it will fill up! If interested please book ASAP to hold the reserved rooms.
Few have come this way, those that did, made history with the exchange of ideas and technology between east and west. Traversed by the caravans of the Silk Road, Central Asia played a key role in the history of mankind. Largely forgotten in modern times the vastness of Central Asia await the adventurous traveler. This trip is an immersion in geography and culture with an emphasis on photography. This is a small, unique, personalized trip with only a few open slots.
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Capture images of daily life in Bhutan on hikes to local villages and excursions to lively markets. Hike to Bhutan’s most famous pilgrimage site, Taktsang Lhakhang, or the Tiger’s Nest Temple.Mingle with community leaders and government dignitaries at a banquet dinner and gain insight into modern Bhutan.
Navigate a variety of waterways aboard the nimble Lord of the Glens, including the narrow locks of the Caledonian Canal, inland lakes, and the waters surrounding Hebridean isles.See Scotland’s stunning landscapes while kayaking across the picturesque Loch Linnhe or Loch Eil, and while hiking on the Isle of Skye.
Join Alison in a unique opportunity to bring your photography to the next level. Whether you are considering becoming a professional photographer or just interested in how to take better photographs, these global workshops, photo seminars and travel photo expeditions can help you achieve your goals.
When you join Alison on the road or in a workshop you can experience first hand how a world-renowned photographer works in the field.
By keeping the groups small and intimate, Alison is able to work on an individual basis to give one-on-one pointers and advice. We will spend days photographing in the field, as well as engage in group critiques and personal portfolio reviews.
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