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Lindblad Expeditions Itineraries


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Lindblad Expeditions
  • National Geographic Endeavour - Category 4 cabin
    National Geographic Endeavour - Category 4 cabin
    National Geographic Endeavour - Evening Cocktails
    National Geographic Endeavour - Evening Cocktails
    National Geographic Endeavour - Dining Room
    National Geographic Endeavour - Dining Room
    National Geographic Endeavour - Exploration by Zodiac
    National Geographic Endeavour - Exploration by Zodiac

Itineraries

Lindblad has established a travel niche by taking small groups of active and intellectually curious travelers to rugged and remote locales around the world or by helping passengers find a fresh perspective on already visited areas like the Mediterranean or Caribbean. National Geographic Explorer sails to Antarctica, the Arctic, Europe, South America, Greenland, Iceland and West Africa. National Geographic Islander and National Geographic Endeavour sail the Galapagos Islands. National Geographic Sea Lion and National Geographic Sea Bird spend their summers in Alaska, British Columbia, and the Columbia and Snake Rivers; then the Sea Bird repositions to Baja and the Sea of Cortez for the winter while the Sea Lion goes farther south to Costa Rica and Panama. Lindblad's chartered ships take passengers to Greece, Turkey, the Dalmatian Coast, Scotland, Vietnam, Cambodia, the Southern Caribbean, New Zealand and the Upper Amazon.

Some sailings are advertised as photography expeditions, with workshops led by National Geographic photographers. The photo expeditions include sunrise and sunset landings to take advantage of the best lighting, walks devoted to photography, and instruction from leading nature photographers.


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Member Reviews
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The Sea Bird is an old (built 1981), small (62-passenger), quite basic expedition ship with little pretense of decor and the most cramped cabins I have ever seen. (The ...

by Tucsonan

If you are an independent traveler who likes to have some control of events, this is not the cruise for you. Unfortunately it is the only way to visit the Galapagos ...

by albatross22

Many positives about the trip, and a few negatives. The Galapagos Islands are truly a special place.

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by terran_explr
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