Lindblad Expeditions Cruises

Lindblad Expeditions Cruises

Lindblad Expeditions Cruises

For those who like exploring and going to new places this is the cruise which you have to select hands down. Lindblad Expedition cruise has been the pioneer in expedition cruises. It carries a baggage of 50 years of experience in expedition cruises. This service is dedicated to those who love to explore the unexplored areas of the northern and southern hemisphere. There are lots of regions in which this cruise service offers you to take to. Another feather in the cap for Lindbald Expedition cruises is that it has got collaboration with the National Geographic. This will ensure that you are going to learn the best about the expedition from the best!

History of Lindbald Expedition Cruises

Lars Eric Lindbald was the first to go on an expedition in the early 1950s. He wanted to explore the regions and understand and learn the culture which was to offer in that area. He also started studying the environmental aspects of every region he explored. Therefore he is now known as the ‘Father of eco-tourism’. In 1979, Sven-Olof Lindblad, son of Lars started another division of Lindblad travels. He used to spend a lot of time in East Africa where he used to photograph elephants and other animals. He also helped in making short films of the wildlife in Africa. At this point he started a special division, which involved educational travel expeditions.

This was a path breaking way of educating people about the importance of conservation of environmental system. The company is now focusing on emphasizing these educational travel expeditions. They are trying to find new ways of improving these expeditions.

Destinations of Lindbald Expedition Cruises

Lindbald expedition offers a versatile destination for you to explore. Most of these destinations are rich with culture and heritage and also have a unique environmental climate. This will help you learn and experience various climates and enjoy the culture the region has to offer.
Some of the most visited destinations with Lindblad expedition cruise are Africa, Antarctica, Amazon, Galapagos, Alaska etc. Here is a list of things which are in offer for some of these expeditions.

Alaska – Alaska is a place which is very remote and is difficult to travel without any experts along with you. Nevertheless, it is a beautiful place to be. The serene ice mountains and the frozen waters below give you a tranquil effect. You can go deep into the Alaskan region which until you are left with the bears, eagles and the ice.  This experience will last for a life time as its not everday that you visit this place.

Antarctica  –  another ice cap of the world. Antarctica is another secluded part of the world which will be a once in a life time experience for any individual. The expedition which you will be going will help you understand and learn the life of the Eskimos and living in the igloos.  

Galapagos – In the expedition to the Galapagos, you will forget that you are a tourist to the place. You will be active in the expedition and will participate in the activities which are programmed in the expedition. You will be escorted with experts from the National Geographic who will guide you to do your own expedition.

Amazon – With the Lindblad expedition cruise you can travel the upper Amazon and go in a voyage to a unique forest landed which is flooded with various species that are there in the forest. You will be taken in the Delfin II into the deep waters of the Amazon. You can be up close to the nature in this region where you can see the stars and admire the nature. You will be left with your own self and the nature and no one else between you. This is the best way to know more about nature.

Lindbald Expedition Cruises Destinations

  • Africa
  • Alaska
  • Amazon
  • Antarctica
  • Arctic
  • Baja California
  • British and Irish Isles
  • Central America
  • Cultural
  • Egypt
  • Europe
  • Family Expeditions
  • Galapagos
  • Mediterranean
  • New Zealand
  • Ocean Voyages
  • Pacific Northwest
  • Photo Expeditions
  • South America