One of Earth's Last Great Wildernesses


In 1966, Lars-Eric Lindblad brought the first group of  “citizen explorers” to Antarctica, and in the intervening 50+ years, Lindblad Expeditions has remained at the forefront of polar exploration. Join us on the 81-cabin National Geographic Explorer or the 53-cabin National Geographic Orion -- both purpose-built Antarctic expedition ships designed to safely navigate the most remote, wild place on the planet. 



Head off in a Zodiac to view icebergs, or land on a beach studded with penguins. Kayak in the greatest silence on Earth. 


Enjoy close encounters with thousands of gentoo, Adelie and chinstrap penguins, whales, seals, and more with help from our team of naturalists.


On-board experts deliver talks, slideshows and presentations to take you ever deeper into the richness and wonder of Antarctica.


Catch a rare glimpse of the Antarctic undersea from an undersea specialist, qualified to dive in polar waters, as part of the expedition team. 


Shoot amazing wildlife and scenic photos with guidance from a Lindblad-National Geographic certified photo instructor.


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