Marvels of the Mediterranean: Go on an instant holiday to Italy and Greece with these travel snapshots.

Italy and Greece Photo Gallery

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In Iceland, students find themselves in one of the world’s most dynamic places.
Eye of the Tiger’s Nest: Climbing to Bhutan’s famous cliff-hugging monastery is just one high point of this student expedition to Bhutan.

Journey to the Last Himalayan Kingdom

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A picture is only worth a thousand words if your camera tells a story. Follow these five steps to take better travel photos.

5 Tips for Better Travel Photography

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Czech it out: Nat Geo student travelers curate their photographs for a gallery show in Prague.

Curating a Gallery Show in Prague - National Geographic Student Expeditions

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There are wild elephants to photograph, alpine peaks to hike, tribal dances to experience, and on and on. What are you waiting for? Live your world.
From Yosemite to Patagonia, Nat Geo trip leader Steve Byrne talks travel in the age of climate change—and what it’s like to watch the world reshape itself before your eyes.

Q&A with Trip Leader Steve Byrne

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Nat Geo student travelers come face to face with the wonders of Peru.

Peru: Photo Gallery

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Playing hot and cold takes on epic meaning on our student expedition to Iceland, which delves into the Land of Fire and Ice alongside Icelandic scientists and Nat Geo experts.

Iceland Expedition: Land of Fire and Ice

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The hand that rocks the Cradle of Humankind: Checking in with Nat Geo explorer Lee Berger at his field site in South Africa.

Field Update from South Africa Expert Lee Berger

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Tag, you’re it: Nat Geo student traveler Michelle saw the Dalai Lama in India and helped perform a medical exam on a cheetah in Namibia, yet it was a simple connection that made the most meaningful impact.

Michelle’s College Essay, India Expedition

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“A trip to Tanzania would change your life.” Glimpse Tanzania through the words and eyes of student travelers—and through the the lens of Nat Geo expert Pete McBride. See more about this trip. [ Bit.ly Link ]
“How can we let something so beautiful and important crumble beneath our feet?” Student traveler Jennifer Y. reflects on her experiences witnessing climate change in action in Iceland.

Jennifer’s College Essay, Iceland Expedition

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Meet Claire Bangser—and learn how an “aha” moment in Morocco led to her leading Nat Geo trips in the Alps and interviewing strangers in New Orleans.

Q&A with Trip Leader Claire Bangser

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Meet a Nat Geo photographer, sample local chocolate, trek through the jungle at night, and 7 other favorite experiences of students in Ecuador and the Galápagos.

Our Top 10 on the Ecuadorian Mainland and a Galapagos Species Spotlight

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What’s the difference between a traveler and a tourist? After spending time with the Maji ya Chai community in Tanzania, Nat Geo student travelers share their take—in song form.

Our Time with the Community of Maji ya Chai

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Know a teen who gives back in a big way? Nominate him or her for a Nat Geo service award—and the chance to win a trip with Nat Geo Student Expeditions.

Nat Geo Teen Service Awards

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Let it snow! We’re dreaming of a white Christmas—and winter wonderlands around the world to explore long after presents have been unwrapped. Happy holidays from National Geographic Student Expeditions!

Photo Gallery: Happy Holidays

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Ever wonder what it’s like to go on a Nat Geo student expedition? Here’s your shot —actually, here are many (snap)shots!

Top Shots from Students on Nat Geo Student Expeditions

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