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There’s “no better place than North Korea to test the power of photography,” says David Guttenfelder in this presentation of rare, candid photos from the secretive country. He should know: The leader of National Geographic Student Expeditions’ new Tokyo Photo Workshop, Guttenfelder is also the first Western photographer to ever get regular access to Pyongyang.

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A Rare Look Into the Lives of North Koreans

Students jumping for joy during the Exploration & Conservation Workshop at University of Colorado Boulder!

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Image by trip leader Jesse Stansfield
Read how Kate M.—once a Nat Geo student traveler, now a trip leader—turned the excitement of an early travel adventure in Spain into a photography career.

Interview with Student Alum Kate M.

In the footsteps of the Incas: Students find peace, balance, and a rainbow over Peru’s Sacred Valley.

Our Journey Begins in Pisac

Student traveler Alyssa T. captured this shot of the world's fastest land mammal in action while on the Namibia Expedition last summer!

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Get a behind the scenes look at all of the exciting things students learn and experience while on the Yellowstone Photo Workshop in our new video from last summer!
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Happy #tbt! Student Yasmine A. captured this sweet alpaca while visiting the Sacred Valley town of Urubamba while on the Peru Expedition.

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"Nat Geo students snowshoeing around giant seracs on top of New Zealand's longest glacier, Tasman Glacier. The Tasman Glacier stretches 17 miles long and is 2,000 feet thick. The glacier offers amazing 360 degree vistas of Aoraki/Mt. Cook - New Zealand's highest mountain at 12,218 feet tall." - Gorgeous image and fun facts from student traveler Brooke S.

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Trip leader Cameron Zegers captured this gorgeous photo of a lion while leading the Tanzania Expedition through the Ngorongoro Crater.

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Last summer students on our Belize Middle School Expedition got to experience an exciting cave tubing adventure down the Crystal River! "We saw lots of amazing things as we floated through the dark, limestone cave, including stalactites, bats, and a small waterfall. We had a blast!"

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The Blue Lagoon in Reykjavik becomes a giant hot tub filled with travelers from all over the world looking to cure jet lag straight off the plane. This is always one of the first stops for students on our Iceland Expedition before exploring the rest of the country! Learn more: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Check out an interview National Geographic Travel published with trip leader Erika Skogg about this summer's Yellowstone Photo Workshop!
In Erika's words, "Simply put, the park never gets old. No matter how many times I’ve visited, I always find something new to discover.”

Just Back: Yellowstone National Park

Meet National Geographic Student Expeditions alumna Constanza Hasselman. While preparing to travel on our 2015 Thailand Community Service program, Constanza came up with the idea for her organization, Project Opportunity, which distributes school supplies to children in need.

Alumni Spotlight: Constanza Hasselmann

Hear from expert Drew Rush on the magic of Denali and Photography.

Dispatch from Alaska

Created by student filmmakers on our Switzerland and France Expedition, this short video gives a behind-the-scenes look at their daily adventures.
In the city (pictured here) where our newest Photo Workshop is held you might find vending machines selling peculiar items such as eggs and bread. Any guesses?
This new High School Expedition (pictured here) is in a place that holds about 10% of the world's fresh water. Any guesses?
Our newest Photo Workshop (pictured here) follows in photographer Ansel Adams footsteps to this National Park which houses waterfalls that range from 2400 ft to 300 ft. Any guesses?
90% of this island's flora and fauna (pictured here) is endemic which means you won't be able to see them anywhere else in the world. Can you guess what island our new High School community service trip goes to?
This National Park re-introduced wolves after a 70 year absence which allowed the wildlife (pictured here) to flourish. Any guesses which park our new Middle School Expedition will be going to?