Jun 8, 2009

Oceanic Society

Oceanic Society Expeditions serves over 5,000 individuals annually through international natural history journeys, participatory research expeditions and California whale watching trips. The Expeditions programs offer opportunities for the public to enjoy and learn about wildlife and natural habitats or to assist scientists with field research. Please visit Natural History Expeditions and Research Expeditions.
We believe that responsibly conducted nature tourism can help save natural areas by contributing financially to conservation. By traveling to the worlds parks and reserves, individuals help protect those wilderness areas by contributing to an economy that is in harmony with conservation. Oceanic Society follows a code of ethics in all of its ecotours and research expedtions. Please check out our Ecotourism Code of Ethics.

Thank you Outside Magazine and National Geographic Traveler for acknowledging several of our expeditions in their Trips of a Lifetime Series:

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