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Newsworthy Adventures

If our journeys look familiar, there’s a great reason! International Expeditions’ engaging approach to small-group travel, escorted tours and longstanding conservation initiatives has been making headlines for almost four decades! Our adventures are recognized as ground-breaking and some of the best in the world by a variety of respected publications.

Read on to see International Expeditions published in some of your favorite publications.

International Expeditions featured in Travel Weekly

Travel Weekly

Patagonia: Bottom of the World

Aspiring to commune more comfortably with our planet, I decided to join the growing number of international enthusiasts heading south to Chile, the long, slender country in South America where one can still feel utterly alone in the wild, where nature is writ large, as it is in remote Alaska or the western fjords of Iceland. 

Coastal Living

Best Cruises: The Americas

From the sunny Caribbean to Central and South America, these are the year’s best warm weather escapes. Guests on International Expeditions’s active-yet-stylish voyages aboard the Anakonda can now explore the Andean cloud forest, as well on a new nine-night river-and-mountain itinerary.

Travel + Leisure

Small-Ship Cruises to Get You to Cuba

Now that demand for travel to Cuba is up 40 percent, one of the best ways to visit the newly opened nation is with a small-ship cruise company.


Machu Picchu, Sacred Valley & Cusco: Visiting Peru as a Family

My ultimate mission in life is to tear my son away from technology, and I was having a big bucket list birthday. I also wanted to immerse my son in Spanish, which is a language that both my husband and I know fluently and are starting to teach him. So we decided to visit Peru and one of the great wonders of the world.

Independent Traveler

Top 12 Animals to Spot in the Galapagos Islands

For travelers who love wildlife, a Galapagos cruise should be at the tippy-top of your bucket list. Not only is this remote chain of Ecuadorean islands home to some of the world's rarest animals -- tropical penguins, anyone? -- but its relative isolation has also engendered a community of creatures strikingly unafraid of humans. 


8 Luxury Cruise Ships that Aren't Floating Hotels

Osorio loves the mighty Amazon. Its basin is one of the seven natural wonders of the world, includes nine South American countries, and contains one of the biggest forests on the planet."It's a personal experience, feeling the spirit of the forest."

The Huffington Post

Panama: Canal Crawls and a Cup of Perfect Coffee

Panama wants us to think of it as more than a feat of engineering; more than a continental bridge; more than headquarters for summer hats. This is why I am here. I want to check out its highlands and some of the animals and birds that you have to sneak around quietly to see.

1,000 Places to See Before You Die

Cuba: Go Now

Cuba is on everyone’s lips these days. Should you go now? My answer is a resounding “yes!” While Cuba may not be for everyone (read on), my trip with International Expeditions was an experience simply not to be found elsewhere. It is a place of romance and intrigue, at once elegant and downtrodden, uplifting and at times heartbreaking.