Originally presented February 6, 2018
Rough Guide readers recently named Scotland the most beautiful country in the world, and you'll likely agree when you join us for this webinar journey through Scotland's Wild Highlands and Islands.
See a Different Side of Scotland
Rough Guide readers recently named Scotland the most beautiful country in the world, and you'll likely agree when you join us for this webinar journey through Scotland's Wild Highlands and Islands. Your guides are Nat Hab Expedition Leader Jonathan Willet and Scottish conservationist Sir Warwick Lister-Kaye, expert naturalists with a passion for sharing the drama and diversity of Scotland's wild side. From the rugged coast and serene coves of the Outer Hebrides to heather-clad moors, silver lochs and forested mountains inland, Scottish landscapes are striking. Wildlife abounds here, with millions of seabirds in some of Europe's largest nesting colonies, and red deer and pine marten that dwell in the remote northern Highlands. Visit Aigas Field Center and learn about efforts to restore native beaver and Scottish wildcat populations. And cruise among prolific marine life on two private boat trips, including the world's most northerly population of bottlenose dolphins.
Originally presented October 3, 2017
Nat Hab Chief Exploratory Officer Olaf Malver takes you to the front lines of climate change in East Greenland, one of the planet’s most remote wilderness areas.
Greenland: An Epic Arctic Adventure
Nat Hab Chief Exploratory Officer Olaf Malver takes you to the front lines of climate change in East Greenland, one of the planet’s most remote wilderness areas. Travel to Base Camp Greenland, our deluxe expedition camp at the edge of the rugged Sermilik Fjord and the Greenland ice sheet, where adventurers explore via kayak, Zodiac, hiking and encounters with local Inuit villagers. Nowhere is global warming more evident than the edge of this vast melting ice sheet. You’ll bear witness to massive glacial calving as you scout the sea for humpback, fin and minke whales, seals and seabirds. With more than 40 visits to Greenland, no one is more prepared than Olaf to share an intimate encounter with this sweeping expanse of Arctic tundra and the changing landscape. Plus, he helped pioneer the Base Camp creature comforts that ensure your expedition is something extraordinary!
Originally presented November 15, 2016
Get a close-up perspective on one of the most dramatic natural events occurring on Planet Earth, during our Greenland webinar with Nat Hab's Chief Exploratory Officer Olaf Malver.
Greenland Up Close
Get a close-up perspective on one of the most dramatic natural events occurring on Planet Earth, during our Greenland webinar with Nat Hab's Chief Exploratory Officer Olaf Malver. From our private luxury expedition camp in one of the world’s most remote locales, witness climate change occurring before your eyes in vast Sermilik Fjord on the edge of the Greenland ice sheet. Rapid warming is causing massive glacial calving, launching flotillas of giant, whimsically shaped icebergs that we observe up close on Zodiac and kayak excursions. These waters are also home to humpback, fin and minke whales, seals, and abundant seabirds. Ashore, drink in sweeping views as we hike across rocky islands and rugged bluffs amid Arctic wildflowers. A stay at Base Camp Greenland puts you in the center of it all, with remarkable creature comforts including heated tent cabins, real beds, en suite facilities, hot showers and gourmet meals. Join Olaf, who's been to Greenland more than 40 times and pioneered this experience, to discover this grandest of adventures!
Originally presented July 15, 2014
Designed for the nature traveler keen on authentic Old World culture, fine wines and homegrown culinary delights, this Dionysian paddling odyssey has no peer in Europe.
River of Wine: A Paddling Tour of Portugal
Designed for the nature traveler keen on authentic culture and culinary delights, this paddling odyssey has no peer. Join NHA Expedition Leader Nancy Moore as she takes us through a virtual journey of a luxurious kayaking tour of northern Portugal's port wine district. Share warm personal connections with our hosts and enjoy an inside encounter with contemporary rural life along the Duoro River. Revel in the sunshine as we paddle the mellow river, hike into the hills for fabulous views, then wine and dine in the evenings.