“Only those who will risk going too far can possibly find out how far one can go.”— T.S. ELIOT
The Explorer’s Journal
Our Explorers’ Journal is the place where we collect, share and store interesting discoveries that may add to the history of human migration and maritime travel. A Chinese artifact field in Saudi Arabia, a shipwreck off the coast of Newfoundland, a jade statue found in Western Australia. These are the kinds of amateur discoveries we wish to provide a safe, respectful, open forum for sharing. The journal is open to anyone, and the rules are simple: respect all who choose to share.
(Launching December, 2020)
Tailor-made, expert-led journeys for explorers of all ages. Our traveling historian and cultural-expedition leader has taken families and small groups on tours to the corners of the globe; blending culture, education, adventure and discovery into transformative, one-of-a-kind events. Itineraries are often the mix of the most exotic – travel by open-air felucca up the Nile one night – and the most luxurious – dine and dance in the old world elegance of The Old Cataract Hotel moorish dining hall the next. Every expedition is unique and a once-in-a-lifetime event.
(Relaunching Spring, 2021)