A National Geographic expert will accompany each departure to share insights and a rare behind-the-scenes perspective. Listed below are some of the experts and the departure date(s) they will be joining.
Born and raised in Italy, photojournalist Massimo Bassano has published his work in National Geographic Traveler and on the National Geographic website, as well as in numerous European publications. He regularly teaches National Geographic photography workshops in Tuscany and Venice. His acclaimed photography book The Color of Silence detailed the 12 weeks he spent in a little-known Italian monastery. Massimo has traveled and photographed extensively in Morocco, and will share techniques and insights as you explore the country.
Photographer, author, and editor Steve Casimiro has been shooting the wild, remote, and adventurous for more than 30 years, typically while on skis, a mountain bike, or climbing rope. For more than a decade, the California-based photographer was the West Coast Editor of National Geographic Adventure magazine, for which he traveled extensively on assignment, including to the exotic, exhilarating world of Morocco. He was the editor of Powder back when skiing was big and snowboarding was small, was the founding editor of Bike magazine, and is the founder of Adventure Journal.