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National Geographic Explorer Review

4.5 / 5.0
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46 reviews

An Epic Adventure!

Review for National Geographic Explorer to the Arctic
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10+ Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Aug 2018

We chose Lindblad/National Geographic because we have traveled with them several times in the past and we were quite certain that the adventure would be one we would be glad we had - and we were not disappointed. Lindblad Expeditions truly provides travelers an opportunity to explore the world in the company of knowledgeable naturalists, experienced guides, professional photographers, and expedition leaders who strive to take the travelers where they want to go - safely and comfortably. We love the Explorer. The ship is beautiful, comfortable, fit for all seas and both poles. The cabins are all nicely appointed, comfortable and clean. Everyone on board the ship provides terrific customer service - starting with the captain, the hotel manager and the expedition leader. The chef does a great job of providing excelent meals all day long, which is quite a feat when there often is no re-provisioning for weeks at a time since the ship is busy exploring the Arctic, where towns with provisions are few and far between. There are plenty of opportunites to get off the ship - to do a bit of hiking, kayaking, or cruising the waters in a Zodiac. There are many lectures to attend, given by experts about the places you'll visit and the things you'll see. If you want casinos and floor shows, this is not the ship for you. If you want an adventure of a lifetime, I encourage you to sign up now!

Cabin Review

Cabin 7

A great cabin. A large room with two closets, a sofa, two chairs, and a desk with its own chair. It has a balcony with two chairs and a small table - great for stepping outside to take photographs or for simply inviting fresh air into the cabin. There are also four windows on the portside, so the room has plenty of light.

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