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Key destinations for the Embassy’s expeditions: 


1. Major habitats (“world capitals”) of dolphins and whales.

During the expeditions the conditions and possibilities of immediate contact with cetaceans are studied, as well as the state of mind of human individuals in the course of and after such encounters.

2. Unique natural objects, traditionally associated with extraordinary manifestations of possibilities for interaction between Man and Nature (so called places of power – sacred mountains, springs believed to be healing, etc.).

3. Places where contacts with large free-living mammals (elephants, horse, anthropoid apes, wolfs) are possible.

4. Centers of culture geared to unordinary development of consciousness and human potential in general (e.g. schools of transformative practices).


30th Parallel Round-the-World Expedition

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