National Geographic Explorer Review

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Review for Antarctica Cruise on National Geographic Explorer
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Kate S.
2-5 Cruises • Age 30s

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Sail Date: Dec 2023

I had wanted to journey to Antarctica since I was a teenager; I originally planned to go on the Lindblad cruise in 2020 and after multiple years of delays, finally go to go this year in December 2023. Even with all the buildup, this trip MORE than lived up to my expectations!

The STAFF really made it for me. The National Geographic guests, the expedition leaders, the dining room and bar staff, the captain and crew - they were professional, knowledgable, kind, attentive, absolute pros. David Wright from NatGeo was a particularly fun guest to have aboard, he had amazing stories.

The ship itself was the perfect size. Large enough to not feel cooped up, but small enough to still feel intimate and familiar for our 10 days aboard. I was in a single cabin and was pleasantly surprised at how roomy it was. It became my cozy little home while we were aboard.

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