National Geographic, a world leader in geography, cartography and exploration, is offering travelers private jet tours to the world’s most captivating places and cultures.

The tours include airport transfers, private jet transportation, deluxe accommodations, laundry services, $50,000 medical evacuation insurance, physician services, lectures by a team of experts, excursions, plus daily meals, beverages, and activities

National Geographic tours book out fast. Here are a few tours still available for 2023…

1. Australia and New Zealand by Private Jet: May 1-20, 2023

This 20 day journey takes you to Queenstown, North Island, Sydney, Tasmania, Adelaide, Uluru, Broome, the Great Barrier Reef, the Daintree Rainforest, and Melbourne. The Itinerary includes flightseeing over Milford Sound and the Kimberley; boating on the Shotover River and through a horizontal waterfall; meeting indigenous people to learn about their ancient cultures at the Turama Retreat in Rotorua and on a private tour of sacred Uluru; seeing koalas, kangaroos, emus, Tasmanian devils; exploring the oldest section of the ancient Daintree Rainforest and the Great Barrier Reef; and snorkeling amid colorful marine life or observing it from a glass-bottom boat.

2. Ancient Cultures and Contemporary Traditions: Europe to Asia by Private Jet: Jun 7-30, 2023

This 24 day journey takes you to London, Berlin, Budapest, Tbilisi, Samarkand, Gobi park, Mongolia, Srt Lanka, Oman, and Israel. The itinerary includes visits to the early Christian churches of Georgia, Buddhist caves in Sri Lanka, the biblical sites of the Holy Land, World War II bunkers in Berlin, a spice plantation with an Ayurvedic doctor in Sri Lanka. It also provides opportunities to sample local wines in Hungary, cook Georgian dishes, spend time with a traditional shaman and nomads in Mongolia, go hiking or horseback riding in Yol Am Valley, and meet with artists at an art school in Tbilisi.

3. Wildlife of the World by Private Jet: Nov 28-Dec 21, 2023

This 24 day journey takes you to Singapore, Borneo, Jaipur, Ranthambhore National Park in India, Yala National Park and Bundala National Park in Sri Lanka, Maldives, Madagascar, Phinda Private Game Reserve in South Africa, Volcanoes National Park in Rwanda, and Rome. The itinerary includes spotting lemurs, chameleons, orangutans, pygmy elephants, proboscis monkeys, and mountain gorillas; tracking the elusive Bengal tiger; a safari with expert rangers and trackers in the wildlife reserves; and snorkeling in Maldives. FYI: this tour fills up fast. Make your reservations early.

*Expeditions for 2024 are up and open for booking.