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Just Announced: WWF Expert to Join Indonesia Trip

Just Announced: WWF Expert to Join Indonesia Trip

Tania Curry September 24, 2014 0

We are thrilled to announce that Cassie O’Connor will be joining our Best of Indonesia February departure. Cassie O’Connor: February 24 – March 13, 2015 At World Wildlife Fund, Cassie O’Connor works with foundations and with

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Choose Your Next Great Snorkeling Trip

Choose Your Next Great Snorkeling Trip

WWF September 16, 2014 1

Regardless of which of our snorkeling tours you choose, a few things are for certain: You’ll explore incredible underwater worlds, spending most of your time in the water—with two or three snorkeling outings a

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Top 10 Facts about the World’s Oceans

Top 10 Facts about the World’s Oceans

Tania Curry June 8, 2014 0

Oceans play a crucial role in our planet’s health by regulating global temperatures. Oceans are also home to a staggering amount of life and provide more than a billion people with their primary source

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Q-and-A: Snorkeling Indonesia’s Raja Ampat

Q-and-A: Snorkeling Indonesia’s Raja Ampat

WWF May 28, 2014 0

This October, veteran guide Lee Goldman will take a small crew of WWF’s snorkeling enthusiasts to Indonesia’s Raja Ampat Archipelago, where they’ll glide over some of the planet’s most remarkable shallow-reef habitats. The region

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Video: An “Underwater Ballet” of Manta Rays in Indonesia

Video: An “Underwater Ballet” of Manta Rays in Indonesia

Tania Curry May 23, 2014 0

Watch manta rays “dance” gracefully above coral in Raja Ampat. The Raja Ampat Archipelago in Indonesia’s West Papua province has the wo ld’s greatest concentration of marine life for a region of its size.

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Video of the Week: Swimming with Galapagos Sea Lions

Video of the Week: Swimming with Galapagos Sea Lions

Elissa Poma February 21, 2014 0

I had the pleasure of meeting traveler Richard Jacobs during a trip to Churchill, Canada, to see polar bears. A great conversationalist, considerate environmentalist and fine travel companion, Jacobs also proved to be a

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Finding the Real Sea Monsters

Finding the Real Sea Monsters

Candice Gaukel Andrews November 8, 2011 1

Sea monsters are the stuff of thrilling fiction. From Jules Verne’s 1870 book Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea to James Cameron’s 1989 movie The Abyss, tales of what creatures lurk in our oceans

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