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‘Cruising’ with the Stars

   The New York Times ran a large Travel section in Sunday’s paper, and one article called ‘Cruising with the Stars’ lumps Lindblad Expeditions in with Norwegian Cruise Lines and Windstar Cruises – but our ‘stars’ couldn’t be more different. On Norwegian, you’ll sail with two stars of Nickelodeon’s teenage Read more…

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Crossing the Antarctic Circle

Guests gather on the deck of National Geographic Explorer when she crosses into the Antarctic Circle. Interested in joining them? Take a look at our Antarctica cruises, already filling up for next season.  

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A Story on Growing Travel in Antarctica

An interesting article on the site Take Part: Inspiration to Action addresses the rising number of ships traveling to Antarctica and the potential for an accident. There were a couple notable incidents involving other operators in the region this season, though thankfully no one was seriously injured. You can read Read more…

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Getting Our Guests Safely Out of Egypt

Local TV station NY1 asked Sven Lindblad about the future of tourism in Egypt and about getting our guests safely out of the region last week. Watch the NY1 video here, or read about our guest evacuation from Cairo in this Travel Pulse article.

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After the Storm

The Lindblad Expeditions headquarters is based in New York City, which has spent most of the day digging out from a massive overnight snowstorm. About half the staff had to work from home while waiting for train and subway service to resume or roads to be cleared. Bennett, who runs Read more…

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A Return to Genovesa Island

  Guests on our Galápagos cruise had the chance to visit a birders paradise – Genovesa Island. This island is too far from the central islands to have ever been colonized by reptiles, so more than a million birds have thrived here.  Read about the myriad birds spotted by our Read more…

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Scientists Travel to Antarctica to Study Soil

People go to Antarctica for all kinds of reasons: to bag their 7th continent, to walk among penguins or even join the polar plunge club. One of the most popular reasons to explore here is still to conduct scientific research.  The unspoiled landscape offers a powerful draw for scientists seeking Read more…

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