December 9, 2015 • News Announcements
I am excited to announce the release of the all new 2016-2017 Oceanic Society Expeditions Catalog. We’ve been working hard to develop a selection of top-notch expeditions and volunteer vacations for our travelers that will further our mission to conserve marine wildlife and habitats by deepening the connections between people and nature. Following is a preview of some of the many new and updated expeditions.
Baja: Whale Shark Diving, Snorkeling, and ResearchHelp study whale sharks while sailing the breathtaking Sea of Cortez aboard an award-winning catamaran.May 1-8, 2016 | $2,250
Senegal: African Manatee & Turtle ConservationAn expedition custom designed to show you iconic and rare African wildlife through the eyes of prominent local conservationists.Feb 23 – Mar 16, 2017 | From $4,250
Cuba: Sea Turtles, Coral Reefs, and CultureSee nesting green sea turtles, meet local biologists, and explore historic Havana on this one-of-a-kind expedition in partnership with SEE Turtles.June 11-19, 2016 | From $4,295
Costa Rica: Leatherback Turtles & Marine Debris ResearchJoin this volunteer vacation in Costa Rica for the chance to help monitor nesting leatherback turtles and study the impacts of plastic pollution.July 2-9, 2016 | From $2,290
Kefalonia, Greece: Art & Nature Family Program Explore the intersection of art and conservation on this unforgettable family-friendly expedition to the beautiful Ionian Islands of Greece. June 1-18, 2016 | $2,990
Palau: Shark & Coral Reef Monitoring
Help study shark abundance and monitor coral reef health while diving or snorkeling in beautiful Palau.
June 27 – July 5, 2016 | From $2,990
In addition to the trips above, the new catalog includes:
By participating in an Oceanic Society expedition, you are more than just another traveler. You are an active participant in our efforts to build a healthy future for the world’s oceans.
Thank you for helping to create a more oceanic society, and we hope to see you out in Nature soon.