Much more than whale watching—exploring LINDBLAD expedition-style

Unique, immersive style of travel:

Each year California gray whales pause during their migrations to birth and nurse their calves in the Bahía Magdalena lagoons. For most travelers, the only opportunity to observe the mothers and calves is to bus across the peninsula for a day trip. Fortunately, our ships, the 62-guest National Geographic Sea Bird and Sea Lion, have exclusive permission to drop anchor and spend ample time inside the bay. Your ship becomes your mobile base camp, as you live for three whole days among these gentle giants, making daily Zodiac forays for up-close observations, before heading out on an itinerary that features these opportunities: Read More...

Lindblad Expeditions In South Georgia and the Falklands

Come see why South Georgia is known as the “Serengeti of the Southern Ocean.” Just like on safari you’ll spot the Big 5 in South Georgia & the Falklands, including: king penguins in the tens of thousands, massive elephant seals, wandering albatross with their legendary wingspan, bounding rockhopper penguins, and the tiny, endemic South Georgia pipit. One of the greatest wildlife spectacles on Earth, it will boggle the mind and send the spirit soaring. With FREE AIR. Read More...

National Geographic- Dine And Discuss Egypt with Top Egyptologists

National Geographic is delighted to announce their return to Egypt with an extraordinary new program! Travel with a team of outstanding Egyptologists, your private guides to the region’s captivating antiquities, and stay in the finest accommodations—from their elegant river ship to the Nile Ritz-Carlton. Departures for this 13-day, bespoke voyage begin late 2018 and we predict they will go quickly. Read More...

Lindblad Expeditions: Free Airfare For A Patagonia Cruise

Remote and largely inaccessible, a Patagonia cruise is the essence of wildness—a maze of channels and islands. Venture deep into Chile’s glorious fjords past incandescent icebergs and massive glaciers such as the massive Pio XI Glacier, which is still advancing. From Chiloé Island, with its unique cultures and glorious islandscapes, to Pumalín Park, with its imposing forests and waterfalls, to a visit to a valley in the heart of the Andes, you’ll experience the grand sweep of Patagonia. Read More...