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Cruising continues to capture our collective imagination, and today’s cruise travellers are looking beyond the rigid offerings of the past in search of once-in-a-lifetime experience and exclusive access to places that they have previously only dreamt about. Expedition cruising is the latest buzz term in the cruising vernacular, but for Lindblad Expeditions-National Geographic, discovering far flung horizons is something they have established an enviable reputation for over the last 50 years. Founded in 1979 by Sven-Olof Lindblad, the son of Lars-Eric Lindblad, widely recognised as the father of eco-tourism, Lindblad Expeditions are experts in expedition travel, pairing intrepid travellers with small ship expeditions and unparalleled travel experiences. With a guiding principle of ensuring that everything it does adds value to the guest experience, Lindblad Expeditions strives to provide unique itineraries to some of the most extraordinary places on Earth – the Arctic, Antarctica, Alaska, Galápagos, the Amazon, the Mediterranean and Costa Rica among many others. By working in partnership with National Geographic to develop a schedule of innovative marine-based experiences, as well as tirelessly promoting sustainable tourism, Lindblad’s voyages let you delve into the culture and natural diversity of the places it visits, with an impressive roster of experts in their field – naturalists, historians and anthropologists – on hand throughout. It is this level of attention to detail and insight into its guests’ individual requirements that truly sets Lindblad Expeditions apart from the rest.