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Paddle Pauoa Bay with National Geographic, Fairmont Orchid (June 25-27)


The Fairmont Orchid, Hawaii invites kamaaina to get their hair wet June 25-27 for a weekend with National Geographic environmental anthropologist Dr. Kenny Broad.

Broad will lead a two-day Hawaiian Exploration complete with snorkel adventures, underwater photography and presentations from his underwater expeditions. Package includes luxurious nightly accommodation, welcome reception, daily breakfast for two, and Fun & Sun Activity Passes for a variety of beach and cultural activities at the 32-acre oceanfront resort. Kamaaina rates begin at $239 per night.

This weekend is one of three new travel packages in the Global Explorer Series, offered with the National Geographic Society as part of the brand’s commitment to responsible tourism and the environment.

The series, in its second year, gives guests unique opportunities to engage with National Geographic experts in a range of activities from guided tours of cultural landmarks to fly-fishing and safari excursions. Guests discover rich experiences that bring the world’s most spectacular destinations closer than ever.

The latest additions to the Global Explorer Series will include experts on the waters of the world. Oceans cover more than 70 percent of the Earth’s surface and fresh water in lakes and rivers cover another 1 percent.

Package is subject to availability, excludes taxes and is based on double occupancy. For reservations, please contact our reservations specialists at 800-845-3305 and ask for the kamaaina rate.

The National Geographic Society is one of the world’s largest nonprofit scientific and educational organizations. Founded in 1888 to “increase and diffuse geographic knowledge,” the Society works to inspire people to care about the planet.

It reaches more than 375 million people worldwide each month through its official journal, National Geographic, and other magazines; National Geographic Channel; television documentaries; music; radio; films; books; DVDs; maps; school publishing programs; live events; interactive media; and merchandise.

National Geographic has funded more than 9,200 scientific research, conservation and exploration projects and supports an education program promoting geographic literacy.

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