Vietnam & Cambodia Expedition Team

Share the adventure with knowledgeable, engaging companions


Over the 40+ years we’ve been sharing the world’s wonders with our guests, the quality of our veteran staff, and their companionship is the reason the Lindblad name is known and respected for top-quality expeditions. And, now that we are aligned with National Geographic, there is no better team anywhere. 

The team composition
Every expedition includes a veteran Lindblad expedition leader, historian, and naturalist. Plus, you’ll benefit from regional experts along our route. Skilled Vietnam travel guides help us explore Angkor, Saigon, and Phnom Penh and allow us to experience the arc of history through local knowledge of these extraordinary and diverse places. With extensive regional knowledge, our Cambodia travel guides will share the legends and souls of these fantastic sites. 

 

Featured Vietnam & Cambodia Team Members

  • Adam Britton

    Naturalist/Certified Photo Instructor
    Adam is a British-born zoologist who has lived and worked in northern Australia since 1997. Before arriving in Darwin, Adam gained a Ph.D. on the flight performance and echolocation of insectivorous bats, but his passion has always been large predators and the relationship that different cultures have toward them.

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  • Anna Mazurek

    Naturalist/Certified Photo Instructor
    South Carolina native Anna Mazurek fell in love with traveling and photography while studying abroad in England during college. Since then, she’s been to 53 countries and lived in five.

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  • David Barnes

    Expedition Leader
    David studied history at the University of York in England and theology at the University of Wales. Research in the field of religious history (at Cardiff) followed on naturally. He has spent most of his professional life teaching history, most recently in adult education departments within the University of Wales where he has taught a wide variety of courses pertinent to the wider Atlantic world. In 1988, he made his first lecture-tour of the U.S. for the English Speaking Union. He has published extensively on Welsh history and topography–his most recent book being the Companion Guide to Wales (2005)–and is a frequent contributor of articles and reviews to Welsh cultural and literary journals. In the1990s, David was active in the field of international education, traveling worldwide and spending a year in the U.S. (in Atlanta and New York City). He speaks English and French in addition to his native Welsh.

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  • Emily Mount

    Naturalist/Certified Photo Instructor
    Emily grew up in Boulder, Colorado and Pullman, Washington. Her love of nature began as a child during family vacations spent hiking, camping and exploring the mountains and deserts of the west. In contrast to her outdoors interests, Emily pursued an intensive young career as a classical violinist, culminating in degrees in history and music performance at the University of Washington.

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  • Erin Britton

    Naturalist
    Erin is an Australian wildlife biologist who grew up in northern Australia and now lives just outside Darwin, Northern Territory, with her two dogs, five crocodiles and a husband. Erin’s passion is wildlife and its interactions with people and their environment. With a degree in Environmental Science, Erin has worked around the world looking at how people, animals, culture and history interact. She’s worked as a marine ranger in the Caribbean, as a wildlife ranger in Katherine, and as part of the crocodile management team in Darwin.

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  • Eza King

    Cultural Specialist
    Eza grew up outside of Washington, D.C. with parents that encouraged her to explore the United States extensively before adventuring abroad. After completing degrees in environmental science and economics from the University of Virginia she moved into a grass hut on the edge of the Sahara desert in Senegal, West Africa to serve as an environmental education volunteer for the Peace Corps. This experience deeply influenced her perspectives on community, sustainability and hospitality, and fundamentally altered the way she approaches traveling in unfamiliar places.

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  • Jeff Phillippe

    Expedition Leader
    Jeff was raised in upstate New York and completed his B.A. in geography at Middlebury College in Vermont. He attained his master’s degree in water resource science at Oregon State University where his research focused on glacier hydrology in the Pacific Northwest of the U.S. He spent most of his 20's teaching Earth sciences and geography at the secondary and university level, while taking his summers off to lead wilderness and climbing expeditions throughout the continental U.S., Alaska, and Canada.

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  • Mike Greenfelder

    Undersea Specialist
    Mike learned early on that the best way to escape Ohio was to become a marine biologist.  During college at Wittenberg University he attended a semester at Duke University's Marine Lab — that time only confirmed his love for all things oceanic and maritime.  After graduation, Mike promptly moved to Catalina Island in California where he taught marine biology to school kids.  Since 1999, Mike has been working and traveling chasing his three loves: marine critters, photography, and birds.

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  • Patrick MacQuarrie

    Cultural Specialist
    Patrick MacQuarrie grew up on a wheat farm on the Columbia River Basin. In college, he studied engineering, international relations, and geography, getting his PhD in International Water Management. Both Irish and American, Patrick has lived and worked abroad for the last 25 years, is a keen conversationalist and passionate musician. 

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Overheard

This expedition was "super" from beginning to end! An overall excellent experience.
Alan & Connie T.

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