Expedition Adventure Trips

Join one of our upcoming Expedition Adventure Trips led by one of our Professional Outfitters. Each Expedition Adventure is designed for you to learn from the “best of the best” and learn their tricks of the trade that made them one of the top of the field in their respective fields. Whether your interest is in fishing, diving, citizen science or action photography, we have the Expedition for you!

 

Dive In!

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Isla Mujeres Mexico
Mako Madness
5 Days / 4 Nights

Travel to Isla Mujeres in April for our bucket list adventure with the mako shark! Cage dive with these living torpedoes for an ultimate adrenal rush!

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Isla Mujeres Mexico
Whale Shark Expedition
7 Days / 6 Nights

Join Shark Team One and Guy Harvey Outpost on a 7 Day Whale Shark Expedition to Mexico and participate in a shark conservation project while swimming with the largest fish in the sea!

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Photo Safari

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Galapagos Island
Photo Safari Adventure
9 Days / 8 Nights Expedition

Explore the Galapagos with Sports Illustrated and Guy Harvey Outpost Expedition leader Ron Modra on 9 days Galapagos Photo Safari.

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Cuba
Cultural & Photo Tour
6 Days / 5 Nights

Join Outpost Photographer Ron Modra & Doc Ford Cuba Expeditions as we take you on an unforgettable expedition to experience the history, arts music & culture of Cuba.

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Get Hooked

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Isla Mujeres Mexico
Atlantic Sailfish Adventure
5 Days / 4 Nights

During winter or spring the Bait fish arrive-in Isla Mujeres & for the Atlantic Sailfish that means…fiesta time! Anglers have caught up 50 sailfish in a day.

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Florida
Tarpon Tango
3 Days / 2 Nights

We have you covered for your Tarpon Adventure. From the Florida Keys, Miami, Tampa Bay, Tarpon Springs, Hamosassa, Crystal River, St. Augustine and Jacksonville. Call us and we will get you hooked up with one of our record holding captains!

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Galapagos Island
Fish and Safari
6 Days / 5 Nights

Big Game Angles enjoy a safari in Galapagos visiting both San Cristobal and Floreana Islands. Fish 4 days for Big Game & experience the Galapagos wildlife of Tortoises, Sea Lions, Blue Footed Boobies & more.

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Outpost Expeditions And Sustainable Tourism

In a way, we are all explorers not unlike our forefathers. Times may change the way we go about discovering new horizons, but as always, to glimpse a new horizon is inspirational and renews our spirit. It is for that reason we at Guy Harvey Outpost Collection enjoy organizing travel expeditions to share with you. Our current offerings are focused on three unique destinations: the Galapagos Islands off Ecuador, Isla Mujeres off Cancun, Mexico, and Cuba.

We believe it important for the curious and adventuresome among us to witness first hand not only the hardships that define ordinary life in any destination we visit, but the physical, mental and spiritual energy used in everyday life to overcome these hardships. Our expeditions seek to expose the challenges and rewards of a sustainable community, and contribute to the well-being of local residents and business owners, playing our small part in supporting sustainable tourism.

Galapagos Land Based Expeditions

In Galapagos, we confront a small, friendly and resourceful community spread across a handful of islands far out into the Pacific Ocean. Known for its industry of cruise ships to satisfy the modern camera-toting traveler, this tourism product siphons important economic support away from the local community. At Guy Harvey Outpost Expeditions, our land based programs put you into the community, together with its people and, of course, its fantastical wildlife. In a country rife with socio-economic and political challenges, we are working to introduce travelers to the real Galapagos, where island life is not without its challenges and strife, but something magical springs from these prehistoric lands and fuels the spirit of those who call Galapagos their home.

Cuba People-to-People Travel

In selecting Cuba, we have struggled coming to terms with the implications of promoting travel to this country. No doubt there is a legacy of distasteful politics that has left generations dispossessed of their home, having only fading memories of a vibrant culture, its friendly people and verdant countryside. But it is precisely these traits that define Cuba’s unique appeal to travelers weary of contrived tourism products.

Cuba and its people should not be forced to the sidelines of our conscience. We actually applaud the recent revisions to the travel arrangements for Cuba, as now we are not disadvantaged by arranging our accommodations and excursions with smaller privately owned businesses, where our financial support and personal engagement pays both tangible and intangible dividends to local entrepreneurs. The people-to-people interaction of our Cuba expeditions remind us of the universal aspiration to lead a fulfilling life, and the role each of us can play, however big or small, in making that a possibility. This ultimately is the meaning of sustainable tourism. Without question, the hard work is ensuring we are doing the most we can to use our visits to Cuba to benefit its people, not its politicians, and enlighten our travelers to the challenging personal landscape Cubans face in everyday life.

Isla Mujeres Sustainability

And magical is truly the adjective to describe Isla Mujeres, and the annual migration of immense whale sharks with their nursing pups that pass by this tiny Mexican island. Committed to its heritage as a fishing village, Isla Mujeres has tumed its back on the commercialization of its neighbor Cancun, and the price such commercial exploitation extorts on a community. To see our customers swim alongside these gentile sea monsters is a reminder that here on earth the oceans nurture life that makes mankind look insignificant. The Isla Mujeres community respects its place alongside the sea, and seeks its balance in consuming and conserving the marine resource that surrounds it. To frame an awareness of that sustainability is the goal of our expeditions to Isla Mujeres.

Expedition Team Photos

Al Messerschmidt

Al Messerschmidt
Galapagos Expedition Team

Steven Martine

Steven Martine
Galapagos Expedition Team

Frank Saldana

Frank Saldana
Mexico Expedition Team

Ronnie Dunn

Ronnie Dunn
Galapagos Expedition Team
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