Ice worms are the stuff of tall tales and as a naturalist in Alaska I’ve spun my share of yarn about these unlikely creatures. While sitting in front of a particularly blue glaciers I would explain, in a very serious tone, how the blue color of the ice comes from the blue eyes of the [...]
AdventureSmith Explorations is proud to sponsor the upcoming season of the renown PBS travel program “Passport to Adventure”.
On Saturday 31 March 2012 at 8:30pm, AdventureSmith Explorations and our employees will join hundreds of millions of people across the globe in switching off the lights of our business premises and our homes for one hour – Earth Hour
Small Ship cruise pioneer Lindblad Expeditions is celebrating 30 years of Alaska Expeditions by offering a Free 2 Day Seattle Extension.
The cost of domestic flights within Ecuador including flights from Quito and Guayaquil to the Galapagos Islands and flights to the Amazon will increase this year (2012).
Looking for a unique way to celebrate the new year? Try one of these exotic small ship cruises.
A GIANT iceberg and pack ice off the coast of Antarctica are preventing tour vessels from entering Commonwealth Bay to mark the centenary of Douglas Mawson’s first Australian-led expedition to the southern continent.
Small ships are quite different than big ships and special considerations need to be made when coordinating pre and post cruise packages.
The Santa Cruz has emerged from its period in dry dock refreshed, revamped and ready to give its passengers an experience of the Galápagos Islands they’ll never forget.
AdventureSmith Explorations beckons families with a line-up of 2012 child-friendly cruises from Alaska to Borneo.