A Lindblad-National Geographic expedition is arguably the most exhilarating overseas adventure experience a person can have. Nothing else comes close to approximating its authenticity and all-fivesenses engagement. They offer the world’s ultimate, authentic expedition experience: the planet’s most remarkable places, accompanied by experts able to illuminate all you see, and with cool tools to use to explore up close and personally.
Most guests are active and fit, in the 55-plus age range that are looking for an up-close experience of pristine destinations, packed with wildlife, culture, and history.
Lindblad’s small ship experience is relaxing and enlightening. Dress is always casual and the general ambience is relaxed and informal. Interiors are comfortable and inviting after each exhilarating day ashore.
You’ll quickly know your way around, with the ship feeling like a friendly boutique hotel – with plenty of insightful presentations to join, a casual early morning mingle with staff, guest speaker or a photography talk – for a deeper connection with the wild world.
The curious and the educated; the destinations visited beg for you to arrive with an open, inquiring mind. These trips are popular with solo-travellers in the 55-plus age range. You’ll also find couples and multi-generations of families.
Ship size: Small
Style: Expedition, Enriching, Couples
Well equipped expedition fleet to visit the planet’s wild, remote places. Decades of adventure experience, equipped with all the goods for making this happen. Ultra-inclusive amenities with gracious public spaces to share incredible stories.
A relaxed open dining policy coupled with Lindblad’s philosophy to adapt the dining experience to the environment. Guests can look forward to culinary styles using local and organic foods - which evolve from a la carte to casual ‘on deck’ barbecues.
|National Geographic Endurance|
|National Geographic Resolution|
|National Geographic Venture|
|National Geographic Explorer|
|National Geographic Orion|
|National Geographic Endeavour II|
|National Geographic Islander|
|National Geographic Sea Bird|
|National Geographic Sea Lion|
|National Geographic Quest|