The Hidden Journeys Project
The Hidden Journeys Project is the Society's public engagement programme to turn the international flying experience into a fascinating exploration of the people, places and environments below.
This website allows you to interact with the parts of the earth beneath certain flight paths, each of which can be explored at three different altitudes, illustrated with inspiring photographs, paintings and informed descriptions of what you can recognise from the air.
The website is constantly growing thanks to contributions from the users and our Flickr group.
The Royal Geographical Society (with IBG)
Founded in 1830, the Royal Geographical Society with the Institute of British Geographers is a world centre for Geography: supporting research, education, fieldwork & expeditions, and promoting public engagement and informed enjoyment of our world. We are now the largest and most active scholarly geographical society in the world with a strong reputation for quality and dynamism.
The Society holds one of the world’s pre-eminent geographical collections including over a million maps, three thousand atlases, half a million photographs, 150,000 bound volumes and substantial collections of artefacts and artworks from around the world.
For more information see www.rgs.org