Introducing the Last Stop Along Summer Adventures on the Road

A Real or Virtual Journey to North America’s National Parks

Young adventurers can activate their inner explorer this summer by visiting some of North America’s most interesting places – virtually or in real life – and learn about wildlife, Indigenous history, geological characteristics, and more with National Geographic’s Summer Adventures on the Road!

Your route to summer adventure continues with Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary where you can choose your own path to learn and explore – 

Where are We Going?

Deep dive into fascinating facts and fun activities all about the unique geography of Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary.

Mapping the Journey

Have fun combining art and science through an exploration of maps of the area.

Along the Way

Enjoy games and activities perfect for a road trip – real or virtual!

Into the Wild

Learn about the species who call Monterey Bay home.

Get Outdoors

Get outside with activities you can put to use outside your own back door or anywhere in the world.

Tell Your Story

Create stories that inspire a love of nature – wherever you are!

And don’t forget to explore through reading with a Summer Reading Book List and a new interactive reading experience featuring challenge clues, a guided activity map, and National Geographic Explorers called Book Quest. Journey through 2 Book Quests: Strange Birds: A Field Guide to Ruffling Feathers by Celia C. Perez and The Wild Robot by Peter Brown!

Follow our Summer Adventures on the Road all summer long into the fall @NatGeoEducation on Twitter and Facebook!

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