Top 10 Reasons to Travel to Antarctica With Lindblad Expeditions
The Lindblad family has operated hundreds of Antarctic expeditions since 1966.
In 1995 the name Lindblad Cove was bestowed upon a beautiful bay on the Trinity Peninsula.
National Geographic Funded Researchers, onboard.
On every expedition we carry two penguin researchers.
The Undersea, Illuminated.
The oft-overlooked Antarctic undersea is an environment we’ll highlight every expedition.
The Finest Expedition Ship Afloat, National Geographic Explorer
A fully stabilized, Ice-Class 1A expedition ship with unmatched tools for exploration.
Highly Experienced Ice Masters & Expedition Leaders
With their many decades of experience they deliver an unparalleled expedition.
We can confidently take you to the off-the-beaten-path landings, and safely get you back.
There are very few things that measure up to kayaking the frozen scenery of a quiet Antarctic cove.
National Geographic Photographer.
Travel with a National Geographic Photographer for a rare, behind-the-scenes perspective.
A professional will produce a chronicle of your Antarctic expedition, ready before you leave the ship.