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  • Brazil & Argentina: Wildlife & Culture

    Sail from the cultural capital of Salvador, Brazil to cosmopolitan Buenos Aires, Argentina and whale-rich Península Valdés aboard National Geographic Explorer.

  • Wild South America: The Guianas to Brazil

    Extraordinary diversity and a dazzling array of points of interest await on this exploration through five countries, two legendary rivers, and a host of places few people ever see. Explore pristine Fernando de Noronha, a UNESCO Site; grand Kaieteur Falls; and well-preserved colonial towns with a dramatic history.

  • Wild Peru Escape: Amazon & Machu Picchu

    Our expedition style of travel means getting out daily in a variety of ways to actively experience the wonders of the Upper Amazon. The 28-guest Delfin II broadens the notion of expedition to include spacious, air-conditioned comfort and five-star cuisine.

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  • Meet the Elite 8: Penguins of the Southern Ocean

    It’s a penguin party down in the ice! Eight of the world’s 17 penguin species live in Antarctica and the subantarctic islands of the Falklands and South Georgia. But can you tell a gentoo from a chinstrap? This penguin primer will get you up to speed so you can know before you go.    EMPEROR...

    Feb 1, 2020

  • Capturing the Channel Islands: A Remote & Remarkable National Park

    The richly biodiverse Channel Islands National Park is a mere 70 miles off the coast of California—but venture there and you’ll find it feels like a world away. The islands’ isolation has kept them relatively undeveloped and they’re teeming with rare beauty and pristine wildness accessible only by ship. You’ll encounter amazing sea caves and...

    Jan 31, 2020

  • Dine Like a Local: Discovering Food & Wine in the Pacific Northwest

    To taste some of North America’s most exquisite ingredients at their freshest, you have to go straight to the source: the mighty rivers and lush forests of the Pacific Northwest. There, the wild salmon practically swim up to your table, or at least it’ll seem that way as you’re relaxing on board your ship and...

    Jan 29, 2020

  • My Wild Alaska: The Katmai Coast

    Kim Heacox is a veteran Lindblad naturalist and a former ranger in Katmai, Denali, and Glacier Bay National Parks. He’s written 15 books, including the recent Alaska memoir, The Only Kayak and the novel, Jimmy Bluefeather, the only work of fiction in 20+ years to win the National Outdoor Book Award. We asked him to...

    Jan 6, 2020

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