Our Grant Programs - National Geographic Society

Our Grant Programs - National Geographic Society

National Geographic Society - Celebrating 125 Years

National Geographic Society - Celebrating 125 Years

Fogo Island Inn today announced it has been selected as a founding member of the National Geographic Unique Lodges of the World. The Inn was chosen to be among a collection of 24 unique hotels in extraordinary places around the world with a demonstrated commitment to sustainability, authenticity and excellence. The collection represents the National Geographic Society’s newest undertaking in world-class travel experiences.

Fogo Island Inn today announced it has been selected as a founding member of the National Geographic Unique Lodges of the World. The Inn was chosen to be among a collection of 24 unique hotels in extraordinary places around the world with a demonstrated commitment to sustainability, authenticity and excellence. The collection represents the National Geographic Society’s newest undertaking in world-class travel experiences.

Thank you for supporting National Geographic Society! - National Geographic Society

Thank you for supporting National Geographic Society! - National Geographic Society

(Exploring the Amazon, published in 1970 by the National Geographic Society, book and photos by Helen and Frank Schreider)

(Exploring the Amazon, published in 1970 by the National Geographic Society, book and photos by Helen and Frank Schreider)

Mali by Maggie Steber Beyond the Horizon: Adventures in Faraway Lands

Mali by Maggie Steber Beyond the Horizon: Adventures in Faraway Lands

Spanish Governor's Palacehe:     Spanish Governor’s Palace was built in the early 18th century and is a National Historic Landmark. It is an aristocratic early Spanish house believed to be the only remaining of its kind in Texas. The palace features a fountain, luxurious courtyard and ten rooms. It is “the most beautiful building in San Antonio,” as claimed by the National Geographic Society.

Spanish Governor's Palacehe: Spanish Governor’s Palace was built in the early 18th century and is a National Historic Landmark. It is an aristocratic early Spanish house believed to be the only remaining of its kind in Texas. The palace features a fountain, luxurious courtyard and ten rooms. It is “the most beautiful building in San Antonio,” as claimed by the National Geographic Society.

Luxor temple is one of Egypt's most popular tourist attractions as well as one of its most threatened ancient monuments. Photo by David Boyer © National Geographic Society

Luxor temple is one of Egypt's most popular tourist attractions as well as one of its most threatened ancient monuments. Photo by David Boyer © National Geographic Society

Isles of the South Pacific by Maurice Shadbolt and Olaf Ruhen  Published in 1968 by the National Geographic Society

Isles of the South Pacific by Maurice Shadbolt and Olaf Ruhen Published in 1968 by the National Geographic Society

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