Alaska season is underway, and we’ve received our first Video Expedition Report back from the crew of National Geographic Sea Lion. Our guests visited Sitka a couple days ago taking in the sites at the Sitka National Historical Park. A couple guests from Alaska talk about exploring their home state with Lindblad Expeditions-National Geographic.
Every day we read expedition reports coming back from our Galápagos cruises and Alaska cruises, but this dispatch from our Amazon River cruise was too good not to be shared to a wider audience. It’s high-water season in the Pacaya-Samiria National Reserve right now, so these small waterways appear and allow our naturalists to go even deeper into the jungle. In this photo, one naturalist clears the path with a machete so they can venture even further upriver. See more photos and read the day’s full expedition report here.
John Bredar, the filmmaker behind National Geographic’s first scripted feature film, Darwin’s Darkest Hour joined us in the Galápagos Islands to discuss film, nature, the Society and Lindblad Expeditions. Our on board Video Chronicler Rodrigo Moterani spent some time with him on Santa Cruz Island, where he shot this short video.
This video came back to us from
National Geographic Islander
in the Galápagos Islands last month. Our expedition leader talks about some of the activities we do on a Galápagos cruise and some of the wildlife we see. It offers a glimpse of the volcanic landscapes our guests hike through on some islands, and appropriately, a look at the underwater realm we spend much of our time exploring.