In the 30+ years of our expedition history in the Arctic, the quality of our veteran staff is the reason the Lindblad name is known and respected for top-quality expeditions.
Each Arctic itinerary offers unique wildlife spotting opportunitiesTo see a polar bear in the wild, the Arctic’s apex predator, is without a question a life-list must for many. The Land
I will never get sick. I will never grow old. I will never die.
Greetings from Antarctica! The last several weeks have been a bit quiet, but enjoyable just the same. Most of the talk on station revolves around Winfly and the coming of
Like a barbarian horde invading from the north, Winfly has descended on McMurdo Station. In total, four planes arrived and departed leaving in their wake waves of energetic invaders who
Greetings from Antarctica! The last several weeks have been filled with lots of work, several small adventures and lots of good-byes. The summer season is now underway and the planes
I finally made it to New Harbor Camp in Explorer’s Cove Antarctica. This is going to be a short entry because I have been awake for nearly 40 hours now.
After a nice breakfast, Jennifer, Joel, Jerome, and I took a guided tour of McMurdo Station. It took us about an hour. The tour introduced us to the various buildings
Gallery and Journal Photos
A look at what we saw when we explored Discovery Hut and Hut Point. Robert Falcon Scott in 1902 established the camp at Hut Point using a prefabricated large hut