Your Ticket to Nature

The Galapagos' blue-footed boobies.
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Do you love wildlife? If you do, you may find a Jane Goodall-approved nature tour just what you're craving. The Jane Goodall Collection offers 20 wildlife encounter trips that have been endorsed by its titular primatologist. 
 
The goal of these 20 wildlife tours is to extend opportunities for travelers to interact with nature while also valuing the freedom of the observed wildlife. Furthermore, the trips foster mindfulness of the Jane Goodall Institute’s mission to “improve understanding of conservation and importance of diverse species through research, public education and advocacy.” 
 
These 20 itineraries include, but are not limited to, the Galapagos, the Amazon River, Costa Rica, Botswana, Victoria Falls, Mozambique, Madagascar, Alaska, and Uganda. In total, the Jane Goodall Collection has itineraries in 18 nations.
 
Some highlights include seeing blue-footed boobies in the Galapagos, riverboating in the Amazon, and looking for howler monkeys in Costa Rica. You’ll see lemurs in Madagascar, macaques in Borneo, and chimps in Uganda. 
 
But, of course, nature exists in the cold, too! Go to Alaska to see grizzly bears. Head to Norway to visit walruses. Sojourn to Canada for lunch… well, not just any lunch. It’s a picnic on the tundra. Talk about a cool outing!  
 
Most trips are approximately one to two weeks long, perfect for all people who want to explore the world’s wildlife but have varying amounts of free time to do so. 
 
The gibbons, chameleons, elephants, and gorillas of the world are all waiting for you! The Jane Goodall Collection is waiting for you. Contact a TravelStore travel expert for more details.