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This week, our guests and field staff met locals in the Amazon and Indonesia, captured beautiful photos in the Arctic and Pacific Northwest, and encountered the iconic Kermode grizzly bear in British Columbia.
This week's photos from the field included rugged landscapes in Greenland and Norway; wildlife in British Columbia and the Galápagos Islands; and beautiful skies and still water in Alaska.
Captain Heidi Norling shares her journey as a mariner and how she became the first female captain for the Lindblad Expeditions-National Geographic fleet.
In this episode of In Good Company, Cultural Specialist and Master Navigator Tua Pittman shines light on the breathtaking wildlife, natural beauty, and vibrant cultures of the South Pacific islands.
Learn what makes each of these two magical regions of the South Pacific special with help from our veteran expedition developers.
In this short film by Alex Stead, learn more about the awe-inspiring regions of Antarctica and Patagonia through the eyes of veteran expedition leader Lucho Verdesoto.