Head out on the archeological adventure of your dreams with National Geographic Expeditions
Growing up, I LOVED the Indiana Jones movies. To this day, I still stop channel surfing and watch Indy when one of his movies is on TV. Many Indy fans, like me, have dreamed of traveling like Indiana Jones at some point in their lives. If this sounds like you, then National Geographic Expeditions may have what you have been searching for!
National Geographic Expeditions offers a range of opportunities to explore the world in the footsteps of the famous archaeologist and adventurer. Locations you can travel to with National Geographic Expeditions include:
Fans of Raiders of the Lost Ark will recall the opening scenes of the movie which featured Indy navigating the booby traps that awaited him inside of an ancient Peruvian temple. You can explore ancient archeological sites in Peru via the Peru: Land of the Inca trip and Wild Galapagos and Peru Escape Expedition Cruise.
In an early scene of “Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade,” Indy tries to hang onto a cross onboard a ship at sea during a stormy evening. This sequence takes place off of the shores of Portugal. The Culture and Cuisine: From Oporto to Basque Country by Sea expedition cruise will allow you to check out Portugal’s coast for yourself.
The cruise, which takes travelers from Portugal to Bordeaux, France, includes a stop in Lisbon during which you can learn about Portugal’s seafaring history with a tour of monuments from the Age of Exploration, including the 16th-century Belém Tower.
Egypt provides the dramatic backdrop for “Raiders of the Lost Ark.” You can experience Egypt for yourself with the Egypt: Ancient Wonders of the Legendary Nile trip. This Egyptian experience will take you to some amazing sights, including an interior burial chamber inside the Great Pyramid of Khufu, the largest structure in the Pyramids of Giza.
The Danube River Cruise: Budapest to Vilshofen will take you on tours of castles in Vienna, which is nearby to Austria-the country that Ind Indy journies to in order to rescue his father in “The Last Crusade.”
“Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom” features some great scenes in India, including a jump out of a plane and a ride down the Himalayan Mountains on an inflatable raft. You can experience India in a much safer way via the India’s Fabled Rajasthan by Rail trip.
Italy: Renaissance Cities and Tuscan Life trip will take you to Vienna, a key stop during Indy’s search for the Holy Grail. The trip to Vienna includes a guided tour with experts of the sights all across Vienna.
The upcoming film “Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny” features scenes that were shot in Morocco. The Morocco: Legendary Cities and the Sahara trip will allow you to discover the region where the cast and crew filmed the latest Indiana Jones movie even before it hits theaters!
National Geographic Expeditions offers a range of opportunities to explore the world like Indiana Jones. Whether you’re interested in archaeology, culture, wildlife, or photography, there’s a trip for you. So pack your bags, grab your hat and whip, and get ready for the adventure of a lifetime.
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