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Small Ship Trips

Small Ship Voyages

Take to the sea aboard one of the six ships of the National Geographic–Lindblad fleet and explore the Galápagos, Alaska, and more with a team of experts.
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Land Trips

Land Trips

Our land trips are designed to immerse you in fascinating cultures and draw out the uniqueness of each destination through enriching and authentic experiences.
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Private Jet Trips

Private Jet Trips

Experience fascinating places as far-flung as Easter Island and Marrakech on one epic journey, traveling with a team of experts in the comfort of a VIP-configured jet.
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Adventures

Active Adventures

Explore by foot, by camel or kayak, or even by dogsled on an active adventure that combines spectacular places, physical challenge, and cultural interaction.
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Journeys

Journeys

Our newest small-group trips, provided in partnership with G Adventures, blend fun, hands-on exploration with meaningful cultural encounters, as well as more free time and choices, all for an unbeatable value.
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Photography

Photography

Improve your photography skills with the guidance of a National Geographic photographer— whether you’re traveling through Japan or heading out on shoots during an intensive weekend workshop in New York City.
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Private Expeditions

Private Expeditions

Explore independently—with all the benefits of traveling with National Geographic—on a private trip with the travel companions and dates of your choosing.
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Train Trips

Train Trips

Wind through dramatic mountain scenery or observe scenes of everyday life, experiencing the world through the nostalgic lens of train travel.
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Family Trips

Family Trips

Introduce your family to the magic of travel on trips designed for travelers of all ages that combine learning, discovery, and fun.
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Student Trips

Student Expeditions

Send your high school or middle school student on assignment with National Geographic to explore inspiring destinations in depth alongside our experts and trip leaders.
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Maggie Steber

Specialty: Photographer

Maggie Steber is a documentary photographer and photo educator who works on humanistic, cultural, and historical projects. She is a contributing photographer to National Geographic Magazine, having produced photographic coverage on stories that have taken her to 66 countries on subjects ranging from the history of the African Slave Trade to Dubai, Nepal, various African and South American nations to science stories on memory and sleep. In 2013, she was named one of eleven Women of Vision by National Geographic with an accompanying book and a touring exhibition that continues through 2016. She oversaw the production of Haiti On Its Own Terms, a story about Haiti appearing in the December 2015 issue of National Geographic, with photographs by young Haitians who are members of Fotokonbit.org, a Haitian-based non-profit that teaches photography to provide a platform for Haitian voices and to show us their Haiti. Maggie traveled to Cuba over 40 times in the early 1980s, photographing daily life while the Russians were still present and spending a day at a private barbecue photographing Fidel Castro and his friends at a small farm celebrating the 25th anniversary of his revolution for Newsweek Magazine. She has been a dozen times since, including in 2010, when she was photographing a story on the indigenous Taino culture for National Geographic Magazine. Maggie's honors include the Leica Medal of Excellence, World Press Photo Foundation, Pictures of the Year, and many others. Clients include National Geographic Magazine, The New York Times Magazine, Smithsonian Magazine, AARP, The Guardian, and Geo Magazine. She exhibits nationally and internationally and her work is included in the Library of Congress and The Richter Library and private collections.

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