Having trouble reading this message? View it online.
Discover the world with the WWF Membership Travel Program

Papua New Guinea aboard
the Clipper Odyssey

March 16 - April 2, 2009, Part I
March 29 - April 13, 2009, Part II

Exotic and amazingly diverse, New Guinea never fails to astound travelers with its landscapes and fascinating cultures. Join us on one or two segments of our expedition circumnavigating the world's second-largest island. Afloat and ashore, you will witness unforgettable images: sky-piercing volcanoes, thatched-roof villages, kaleidoscopic reefs teeming with marine life and the unmistakable Great Hornbill.
Learn more about this tour.



WWF's Field Work on Corals
Often called "rain forests of the sea" for their incredible diversity of marine life, coral reefs are threatened by bleaching-the result of elevated seawater temperatures. WWF works to protect these fragile environments through ecoregional planning and the development of marine protected areas. Join WWF members as you explore Earth's underwater treasures. Learn more about WWF's marine work.

More 2008 travel opportunities:
Tonga and Fiji: Snorkeling Adventure

August 12 - 24, 2008
Explore tropical coastlines underwater and by sea kayak.
Micronesia Snorkeling Adventure

October 10 - 23, 2008
This nook of the Pacific is a snorkeler's wonderland.
Marine life
South Sea Odyssey aboard the Clipper Odyssey

October 11 - 27, 2008
A must for the marine life enthusiast who has an affinity for observing local cultures.
Bonaire Holiday Snorkeling Safari

December 27, 2008 -
January 2, 2009

Celebrate the winter holidays underwater in this fish lover's paradise.
Blue Hole
Belize Barrier Reef

January 4 - 11, 2009
Explore the surreal Blue Hole, the largest underwater sinkhole in the world.
Snorkeling Thailand and the Mergui Archipelago

April 19 - May 3, 2009
Marine life found nowhere else on the planet in a region rarely visited.

Natural Habitat Adventures
Since 2003, WWF has partnered with tour operator Natural Habitat Adventures (NHA) to greatly expand travel offerings available to WWF members. Chosen because of its commitment to environmentally friendly travel, NHA offers WWF members an additional range of wildlife expeditions with multiple departures throughout the year.

Learn more about our relationship with NHA and check out even more tours.

Need more information?
Sign up to receive WWF travel brochures by U.S. Mail (around 40 annually). Email us with your complete mailing address. And take a look at our complete 2008 tour schedule (PDF format).

Ready to register?
Call us toll free at 888-WWF-TOUR (993-8687) to register for your tour today.

Header Zodiak image: Stewart Cohen/Lindblad Expeditions

Thank you for being a part of the WWF online community. The email address we have in our records for you is:

To subscribe to other free WWF E-newsletters or change your email address or contact information, please log in to the member center. You can also unsubscribe from WWF E-newsletters as well.

Ensure WWF E-newsletters always go straight to your inbox.
Add ecomments@wwfus.org to your address book or safe list. Learn more.

Please do not reply to this message, as it is sent from an unmonitored box. If you have a question about WWF's work, your account, or a donation, please visit our Frequently Asked Questions to find answers or to submit a question to our member services team.

World Wildlife Fund
1250 24th St. NW
Washington, DC 20037-1193