Daily Expedition Reports - Lindblad Expeditions
Talk to an Expedition Specialist

Home » Daily Expedition Reports

Daily Expedition Reports

Browse photos & daily reports sent from the field every day

1775 Daily Expedition Report(s) match your criteria See all Daily Expedition Reports

St. Kilda Archipelago, Outer Hebrides, Scotland

This small and extremely remote archipelago has been inhabited for nearly 2,000 years. Read More>

May 19, 2014 National Geographic Explorer in British & Irish Isles

Island of Inishmurray, Killybegs, County Donegal, Ireland

Early birds with coffee or tea in hand gather on the bridge as we traverse the sea cliffs of northwest Ireland. Read More>

May 18, 2014 National Geographic Explorer in British & Irish Isles

Aran Islands, Ireland VIDEO

At around 6:00 a. Read More>

May 17, 2014 National Geographic Explorer in British & Irish Isles

Dingle, Ireland

“When Irish eyes are smiling, sure ‘tis like the morn in spring. Read More>

May 16, 2014 National Geographic Explorer in British & Irish Isles

Tresco, Isles of Scilly

Tresco is one small island in the archipelago that comprises the Isles of Scilly off the southwestern tip of the British mainland. Read More>

May 15, 2014 National Geographic Explorer in British & Irish Isles

Fowey, Cornwall

Those up early this morning were treated to the wonderful sight of National Geographic Explorer entering the narrow river that flows along the shores of Fowey (pronounced “Foy”). Read More>

May 14, 2014 National Geographic Explorer in British & Irish Isles

Portsmouth, England

It is not an exaggeration to say that Portsmouth is one of the most important port towns in human history. Read More>

May 13, 2014 National Geographic Explorer in British & Irish Isles

Bruges, Belgium

We arrived at the port of Ostende early in the morning. The morning was overcast and the temperature was 51 degrees Farenheit. We had an early breakfast and departed the ship for Bruges, one of the finest examples of an intact medieval city in all of Europe. Bruges appears on first glance more like a fairytale than an active modern city, which it emphatically is.   The modern city was begun by Baldwin Count of Flanders as a fortified dwelling place. Read More>

May 11, 2014 National Geographic Explorer in Holland & Belgium

Ghent, Belgium

Ghent is a classic example of what draws people to the cities of northern Europe. Despite it being a city that is very much active, modern and alive, the legacy of its mediaeval golden age is still present in every corner of the old town. Spires and stone towers dominate the skyline, and cobblestones are almost always underfoot. In the morning, many of us chose to enter the city by Zodiac, past a lock and into the canals. Read More>

May 10, 2014 National Geographic Explorer in Holland & Belgium

Antwerp, Belgium

This morning we continued our visit to the Low Countries as we left The Netherlands and sailed up the river Scheldt to Antwerp. Antwerp is the second largest city in Belgium after the capital, Brussels, and it is part of the Flemish-speaking region of Belgium. Flemish is, they like to say, a different way of speaking Dutch and separates the inhabitants from the French-speaking population in the south of Belgium.  On the way up the river we enjoyed talks on the water management expertise in the Netherlands, which allows it to be the second-largest exporter of agricultural products in the world after the U. Read More>

May 9, 2014 National Geographic Explorer in Holland & Belgium

Previous 
Page 10 of 178
 

Please note: Daily Expedition Reports (DER’s) are posted Monday-Friday only, during normal business hours.

Sign Up for Daily Expedition Reports

Have Daily Expedition Reports sent to your email, and your friends and family.

GET REPORTS BY EMAIL

Daily Expedition Report Information

Please note: All Daily Expedition Reports (DER's) are posted Monday-Friday, during normal business hours.