Join us on one of our many adventures across the country and globe, as we partner with travel experts to explore natural wonders across the world. By traveling with Audubon Alaska, you’ll have an intimate, unique experience abroad, focused on nature, wildlife, and birds.
You’ll travel with local guides and naturalists, Audubon Alaska staff, and others interested in birding abroad. Also, by traveling with Audubon Alaska, you help support our important work to protect Alaska's birds, wildlife, and the habitats they depend on — part of the trip cost includes a tax-deductible donation to Audubon Alaska.
We’ve led trips to birding hotspots in Costa Rica and Belize and for our next trip we will explore the wetlands, mangroves, and limestone caves of western Cuba. In 2018, we travel to the Galapagos Islands! To get the latest on our upcoming trips, subscribe to our monthly eNews today.
Why travel with us?
-We work with local guides and naturalists.
-Small group sizes provide an intimate experience.
-Explore the world with like-minded individuals who care about birds and wild places.
-Tours are focused on nature, wildlife, and birds.
-To support bird conservation in Alaska through a donation to Audubon Alaska included in the trip cost.
For questions about traveling with Audubon contact Michelle LeBeau at (907) 276-7034 or email@example.com.
Explore the Galápagos Islands
February 28 - March 10, 2018
Curious and unafraid wildlife, unique geological features, specially adapted endemic flora, and a fascinating history of human habitation characterize the Galápagos Islands. Cruise comfortably aboard the M/C Tip Top II for an up-close experience of this renowned archipelago. As you hike, swim, snorkel, and explore by panga boat, you'll encounter amazing natural landscapes and learn about conservation efforts, history, and evolution. Plus, enjoy visits to Quito and Guayaquil on Ecuador's mainland. See trip details for more information and to register.
Trip cost: $5,325 plus international airfare (estimated $1,325 from Anchorage).