Exclusive Resorts x National Geographic Expeditions

Exclusive Resorts, the world’s elite private vacation Club, and National Geographic announced a global partnership—the first of its kind for both brands—whereby National Geographic will be the preferred provider of Exclusive Resorts’ Experience Collection. Centered around unique destinations and adventure tourism, the Collection includes handpicked experiences allowing travellers to expand their horizons in a meaningful way. The partnership is another way in which Exclusive Resorts ensures an unrivalled vacation tradition for its Members.

Exclusive Resorts Members have access to The Club’s 380+ residences worldwide, where they enjoy customized, worry-free vacations in stunning locales. In 2015, The Club introduced its Experience Collection of custom itineraries ranging from three- to 14-day trips appealing to a wide variety of interests. Now, with National Geographic as a partner, Exclusive Resorts will firmly establish itself in the experiential travel market—and its Members will benefit from a rich new portfolio of National Geographic Expeditions providing them the opportunity to explore the world in a meaningful way. 

Today, The Club introduced 20 National Geographic Expeditions to its Experience Collection, with more Expeditions being added in 2019. Itineraries include a private tour through Morocco, a photography experience in Bhutan, and a journey through the Canadian Rockies aboard the iconic Rocky Mountaineer railway. All Expeditions are led by knowledgeable local guides or National Geographic experts, including scientists, researchers, photographers, and explorers.

“In addition to these fascinating Expeditions, we’re thrilled to announce our first Members-only Once-in-a-Lifetime Journey for 2020, offered through National Geographic: Around the World by Private Jet,” said Ross. “This trip, created specifically for Club Members, will visit 11 countries and 12 UNESCO World Heritage sites in 24 days, including the Great Barrier Reef, Machu Picchu, and the Taj Mahal.”

Exclusive Resorts Members will also have access to National Geographic’s custom travel desk, whereby travel specialists are available to help Club Members plan curated vacations which fall outside The Club’s core Collection. In addition, National Geographic Student Expeditions will be offered to Members’ middle school and high school aged children beginning in the summer of 2019.

Staff Writer