Lindblad combines adventurous, expedition-style cruising with environmental education. Since 1979, Lindblad's fleet of small ships has helped travelers explore new destinations and visit wild places where unsullied beauty reigns.
The company's partnership with National Geographic Society gives guests access to state-of-the-art observation and research tools. Ships equipped with Zodiacs and kayaks offer a safe way to explore untamed waters, and activities ashore include wildlife-viewing, hiking and more. Itineraries are flexible and spontaneous so you'll never feel hurried or miss out on nature's unplanned events.
On board, cultural experts, historians and naturalists lead group discussions and give lectures and presentations to enrich your journey. Guests have the opportunity to interact with world-renowned scientists, researchers and explorers, and a Lindblad-National Geographic certified photo instructor is on almost every sailing.
Lindblad's casual ship atmosphere means you never need to dress up. But informal doesn't mean deprivation; the line provides comfortable onboard accommodations along with skillfully prepared meals.
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