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Appreciating the wonders of Alaska’s epic wilderness with George Kourounis

The RCGS Explorer-in-Residence shares his experience travelling through Alaska with Cunard

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  • 4 minutes

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Explorer-in-Residence George Kourounis – On top of icebergs and into volcanoes

Episode 57

Set off on some incredible adventures with George Kourounis as we explore icebergs in the North Atlantic, Africa’s most active volcano and more 

  • 36 minutes

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Explorer-in-Residence George Kourounis discusses his career as a storm chaser

The global explorer, adventurer, and TV host highlights his most dangerous experiences, regrets, what he has learned, and more

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  • 8 minutes

Exploration

George Kourounis

Episode 6

The stormchaser and Explorer-in-Residence of the Royal Canadian Geographical Society spins tales of his extreme adventures

  • 42 minutes
George Kourounis inside the Marum crater of Ambrym volcano, Vanuatu

Exploration

George Kourounis: Going to extremes

Whether outrunning a tornado, dodging lava bombs or hunkering down in a hurricane, explorer George Kourounis is most comfortable living on the edge

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Adam Shoalts, left, and George Kourounis were announced as Explorers-in-Residence of the RCGS on February 28

People & Culture

RCGS announces two new Explorers-in-Residence

Expanded Explorer-in-Residence program to include storm chaser George Kourounis and solo explorer Adam Shoalts

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George Kourounis rappels into the Darvaza gas crater in Turkmenistan

Exploration

RCGS Explorer-in-Residence recognized by Guinness World Records

George Kourounis has been officially recognized as the first person to reach the bottom of the Darvaza gas crater in Turkmenistan

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  • 2 minutes
George Kourounis RCGS flag Piro Peak North Korea

Exploration

Explorer George Kourounis completes expedition to North Korea

The host of Angry Planet and Fellow of The Royal Canadian Geographical Society reveals the natural beauty of one of the least-visited countries in the world

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  • 2 minutes