Travel with us to the Enchanted Isles to discover a natural realm like none other. Our naturalist Expedition Leaders reveal unique wildlife encounters at eye level—meet tortoises, iguanas, sea lions, blue-footed boobies and more, as we explore this magical realm both above and below the water.
Journey to see jaguars, toucans, hyacinth macaws and more in this video showcasing the rich biodiversity of Brazil's Pantanal. Discover why a visit to the remote, less-visited parts of the world's largest wetlands is a must-see for nature enthusiasts.
Monkeys, hummingbirds, and frogs are just a small example of the immense variety of Costa Rica's wildlife. This video gives a taste of what a visit to this small, yet robust, country has to offer. Find out what puts Costa Rica in a class of its own.
Our Baja gray whale adventure couldn't be more different from the typical whale-watching tour! Watch this video to see how we come within arm’s reach of friendly gray whale mothers with calves, as they complete their nearly 6,000 mile migration from Alaska to Baja.
Whale sharks – the world’s largest fish – gather in Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula to enjoy the warm waters each summer. Watch as these docile animals allow us to swim close enough to see every detail of the beautiful checkerboard pattern on their thick gray skin.
There may be no nature destination on earth as special as the Galapagos Islands, where unique animals show no fear of humans. In this video, see what it's like to snorkel with sea lions and sea turtles, hang out on the beach with marine iguanas, and more!
Join us on a virtual journey though the sweeping landscapes of Patagonia, in the southernmost reaches of Chile and Argentina. This video gives you a taste of Patagonia's massive glaciers, shimmering lakes, and mountain enclaves, home to an array of unique wildlife.
This monarch butterfly migration video gives a glimpse of one of the most astounding natural events to occur in North America. Watch as millions of monarchs congregate in the volcanic mountains of central Mexico, the completion of their 3,000 mile migration.
Few wildlife lovers will ever have the chance to see, let alone swim with, a whale shark. Watch this video to see how Nat Hab does it in a way that offers a far superior experience to other whale shark trips, with an eco-conscious approach the whole way.