Journey to the four corners of the earth with those who know it best aboard Lindblad Expeditions. With over half a century of experience in expeditions, Lindblad is a pioneer among expedition cruise lines.
Their passion for exploration and showcasing the world’s most hidden treasures is just as strong as their commitment to making a positive impact on our planet and local communities.
Avenue Two’s Favorite Lindblad Expeditions Itineraries
Why Lindblad Expeditions
National Geographic Partnership
Through their partnership with Nat Geo, Lindblad Expeditions gives their passengers access to local and world-class guides in some of the world’s most remote locations.
Commitment to Sustainability
Lindblad Expeditions knows the importance of preserving and protecting the world around us. They are tactful with each of their journeys to ensure they leave a positive impact on our planet.
Safari-like Expeditions Across The Globe
Travelers who enjoy the adventure of an African safari fall in love with Lindblad. Their expeditions are modeled to feel like a safari at sea, with excursions that allow passengers to get up close and personal with mother nature.
The Lindblad Expedition Fleet
National Geographic Endurance
National Geographic Resolution
National Geographic Orion
National Geographic Explorer
National Geographic Endeavour II
National Geographic Islander II
National Geographic Venture
National Geographic Quest
National Geographic Sea Bird
National Geographic Sea Lion
Sea Cloud II
Lord of the Glens
How To Book a Lindblad Expeditions Sailing
Contact your Avenue Two advisor to book your next cruise with Lindblad Expeditions. Your advisor will help you select the perfect itinerary for the destination and dates your interested in.
Avenue Two advisors are at the pulse of the latest news and updates from Lindblad Expeditions. Ask your advisor about new itineraries, special interest sailings, and more!
Did You Know?
Lindblad Expeditions paved the way for travel pioneers. In 1966, Lindblad Expeditions guided the first leisure travelers through Antarctica.