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  • Sailing the Ancient Shores of Sicily and Malta

    Set sail aboard the majestic four-masted Sea Cloud on a journey into the culture, history, and cuisine of Sicily and Malta. Step into the past among cities and temples left behind by the Romans, Greeks, Carthaginians, and prehistoric peoples—to name just a few.

  • Exploring the Russian Arctic: Franz Josef Land and the Kara Sea

    Experience exploration in its purest form aboard the Polar Class 5 National Geographic Endurance, charting a course from the fjord-laced coast of northern Norway to the historic port of Murmansk, Russia, to remote Arctic archipelagos including Franz Josef Land.

  • Wild Alaska Escape: Juneau to Ketchikan

    Exploring the southern regions of Southeast Alaska on our expeditions is unrivalled experience, navigate narrow channels like Behm and Blake, Walker Cove in Misty Fiords, Eastern Passage and Wrangell Narrows. Discover an authentic Alaska unreachable by big white boats. Lower zodiacs to explore places like Hole in The Wall State Marine Park on Prince of Wales Island, and drop kayaks into salmon-studded waters, to trace the rugged, wildlife-rich shorelines of Kupreanof and Kuiu Islands.

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  • 5 Reasons the Russian Arctic is a Must-See

    Jen Martin is one of the few people at Lindblad Expeditions who has been nearly everywhere. But of all the regions we explore our Director of Expedition Development is especially passionate—and incredibly knowledgeable—about the Russian Far East. Drawing on her vast experience exploring the Bering Sea, Jen helped design, and implement, our new and innovative...

    Oct 30, 2019

  • Wild Beauty in the Bering Sea

    The Bering Sea is a wildlife lover’s—and wildlife photographer’s—dream. The islands and coasts that ring the sea on both the Russian and Alaska side are teeming with birdlife and fascinating land mammals like muskox, arctic fox, and polar bears; while the surrounding waters are churning with whales, seals, otters, and more. Guests who ventured with...

    Oct 29, 2019

  • Guest Spotlight: A Poignant Return to Attu in the Aleutian Islands

    Attu is a site that’s steeped in history. The westernmost island in the Aleutians, it was the only U.S. soil seized by the Japanese during World War II—and the location of the only battle fought on American land. In the aftermath of that bloody war, the island remained a base for U.S. military and supported...

    Oct 29, 2019

  • Teachers in the Wild: Meet the 2019 Grosvenor Fellows

    September means back to school! And for one group of educators it means heading back to the classroom with some unforgettable lessons. Our 2019 class of Grosvenor Teacher Fellows recently returned from expeditions around the globe aboard Lindblad-National Geographic ships. Four of this year’s 45 fellows took time to share some of their favorite, funny,...

    Sep 30, 2019

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