Exodus Travels has partnered with the Royal Canadian Geographical Society (RCGS) to host a series of expeditions: RCGS Exodus Quests, led by intrepid anthropologists, authors, filmmakers, TV presenters and photographers.
From the remote fjords of Norway and the secretive tigers of India to the ancient monuments of Jordan and the winsome wildlife of Namibia, Exodus’ new series of itineraries are designed to challenge, embolden and inform the curious traveller, and are all led by adventurous RCGS globetrotters who have been to the ends of the earth and are excited to share what they found.
Robin Brooks, Exodus’ marketing manager for North America and RCGS Fellow, observed: “It’s an honour to partner with such an esteemed organization as the Royal Canadian Geographical Society, and a privilege to provide our loyal guests a unique opportunity to see the world through the eyes of expert explorers.”
Brooks continued: “After 45 years of leading guided adventures around the world, we’re always looking to enhance our travellers’ experiences, and these specialist-led expeditions are sure to bring a new level of insight and discovery to every encounter.”
John Geiger, CEO of the RCGS, said that: “As a non-profit organization dedicated to research and education, we’re very proud to be collaborating with an adventure expert like Exodus Travels. Travel is truly a global community and sharing our knowledge and curiosity with each other is one of the best ways to experience the planet.”
The new RCGS Exodus Quests series includes:
For more, go to https://www.exodustravels.com/rcgs-quests .