Expedition Team

Our team is the key to your incredible adventure


Explore Egypt and the Nile in the company of top experts. Benefit from their expertise—history, local customs, culture and more—and benefit from their passion to share the wonder of this incredible region. Enjoy their company; you’ll find them highly engaging and fun to share a drink or dinner with, as well as a walk.

Lindblad Expeditions is renowned for the quality of its expedition staff, and our Egyptian expedition team upholds this standard. The knowledge of our Egyptologists is virtually limitless. You will be edified and gratified by their expertise—and, equally importantly, by their graciousness and generosity of spirit. These experts truly want to share their passionate commitment to Egyptian culture, art, history and archaeology with you.

Our experts are with you exclusively throughout your stay in Egypt. The ratio of 1 Egyptologist to 21 guests ensures that you will have high-quality access, and a varied perspective. They’re learned docents who escort you to and through the high points, and they’re your travel companions—available to continue the conversation over drinks or over dinner. You’ll not only satisfy your curiosity about ancient Egypt, you’ll also gain insight into contemporary Egyptian life through casual conversations. Curious about issues in the region from social to political to religious? Feel free to ask, and count on informed, intelligent answers to all your questions. These guides make all the difference in the world between being a tourist and really understanding the history and meaning of what guests see.


Meet the expedition team for this departure

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  • Carlos Romero

    Naturalist/Certified Photo Instructor
    Carlos was born in Quito, Ecuador and grew up in Venezuela, where he lived for many years near the ocean and later the rainforest. He returned to Quito to study biology and specialized in the fauna of Ecuador. His main field of study was zoology with an emphasis on vertebrates. He has a doctorate in biology and a master’s in ecotourism and natural protected areas management. He designed a new curriculum for the largest university in Ecuador, the Central University— a masters in environmental management and administration of natural protected areas. Carlos has also taken part in various scientific projects and expeditions with the Biological Sciences Department of Quito’s Polytechnic University. He has published several scientific papers, including one about the bats of Galápagos and one about the vampire bat of mainland Ecuador.

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