Private Jet Expeditions

Around the World by Private Jet: The Northern Route

  • Duration 22 Days | Seattle to Boston
  • Group Size Max 75
  • From $129,273 AUD
Call 1800 954 479

Expedition Team

A world-class team of experts will accompany each expedition to share their knowledge and insights with you and bring each destination to life. Listed below are the experts that will be joining this expedition.

Stephen Cunha
Author, Geographer, Educator

Geographer, educator, and author Stephen F. Cunha spent ten years as a national park ranger in Yosemite and Alaska. Now a geography professor at California’s Humboldt State University, he studies diverse landscapes around the world and has visited most of the destinations on this trip. He is the author of more than 80 publications, including National Geographic’s Our Fifty States and How to Ace the National Geographic Bee: The Official Study Guide. He recently received the California State University system’s highest award for exemplary contributions and achievements in the Social and Behavioral Sciences and Public Service.

Departure Dates
  • Jun 09 - 30, 2020

Jan Nijman
Geographer

Jan Nijman is Distinguished University Professor in Geosciences and Director of the Urban Studies Institute at Georgia State University. Jan has been affiliated with National Geographic for more than 15 years, as a member of the Geographic’s Committee for Research & Exploration and as Chair of the Society’s Global Exploration Fund in Europe. He has traveled the globe in support of Society-funded projects in research, conservation, and exploration. The author of five books and more than a hundred other publications, his expertise is in urban and regional development and the history of world cities. A Dutch native, Jan speaks five languages and has received numerous awards including the Nystrom Prize and a Guggenheim Fellowship. Jan lives in Atlanta and Amsterdam.

Departure Dates
  • May 30 - Jun 20, 2019
  • Jun 09 - 30, 2020

Nevada Wier
Photographer

Nevada Wier is a multiple award-winning photographer specialising in documenting the remote corners and cultures of the world. Nevada’s journeys have taken her to many of the planet’s deserts, mountains, and urban jungles, and more than 100 countries across the globe, from Colombia to Mongolia and Iceland to India. Her work has appeared in National Geographic and National Geographic Traveler magazines, as well as Geo, Outdoor Photographer, Outside, Smithsonian, and numerous other publications. Nevada is a well-known keynote speaker and workshop instructor, and her images are represented by the National Geographic Image Collection. She has also been featured in television productions such as National Geographic Explorer and National Geographic Through the Lens. Wier is a Fellow of the Explorer’s Club and a member of the Women’s Geographic Society.

Departure Dates
  • Jan 09 - 30, 2020

Jay Dickman
Photographer

Pulitzer Prize–winning photographer Jay Dickman has been a photojournalist for more than 40 years, traveling to over 100 countries and covering topics as diverse as the war in El Salvador, the Olympics, national political conventions, six Super Bowls, and the 40th anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima. Among his more than 25 assignments for the National Geographic Society, Jay has lived for three months in a Stone Age village in Papua New Guinea and spent a week under the Arctic ice in a nuclear attack sub. A popular photography instructor, he has also published a best-selling guide called Perfect Digital Photography, as well as numerous articles for National Geographic, LIFE, Sports Illustrated, Time, and Forbes.

Departure Dates
  • May 30 - Jun 20, 2019

William Saturno
Archaeologist, Educator

Anthropologist, archaeologist and storyteller William Saturno is a National Geographic Explorer specializing in early civilizations. He has received numerous grants from the Society to support his ongoing excavations of ancient Maya murals in Guatemala. His breakthrough discovery at San Bartolo of the oldest intact Maya murals yet found became the focus of the National Geographic magazine articles "The Sistine Chapel of the Early Maya" in December 2003 and "The Dawn of Maya Gods and Kings" in January 2006. The June 2012 issue described his recent unearthing of murals at Xultún. Outside of Mesoamerica, Bill has conducted archaeological research in the American Southwest, Bolivia, Cambodia, and most recently on the North Coast of Peru. He has been exploring the cities and ruins of Europe—from the Mediterranean to Scandinavia—since childhood. And he has taught university courses that encompass major archeological and historical sites all over the world.

Departure Dates
  • May 30 - Jun 20, 2019

 

Around the World by Private Jet: The Northern Route

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