Lindblad Expeditions-National Geographic the leaders in expedition travel, have released its much anticipated 2016 Arctic program inviting adventure seekers to discover the many wonders of the Northwest Passage and North Pole.
From uncovering the Viking history of this polar region, hiking along the fascinating Scandinavian hamlets, to witnessing the extraordinary beauty and majesty of a polar bear in its natural environment, Lindblad Expeditions – National Geographic offers guests an unrivalled experience allowing guests to follow in the footsteps of famed explorers and scientists.
Building on over 30 years of experience in Arctic exploration, the 2016 program comes complete with eight exhilarating expeditions of Norway, Svalbard, Iceland, Baffin Island and Greenland. Prices start from $6,240 per person – twin share, with itineraries ranging from 6-22 days, with departure available from May – September 2016.
A new addition to the Lindblad product range, Exploring Greenland and the Canadian High Arctic is a 13 day expedition that explores Greenland’s rugged fjords, enormous glaciers, and includes hikes of the wild islands that trace Canada’s north shores.
Lindblad Expeditions – National Geographic is giving guests greater choice by offering a selection of pre and/or post-voyage extensions to enhance their Arctic experience. Travellers can personalise their holiday by immersing themselves in Iceland’s natural wonders, and explore this volcanic isle near the Arctic Circle, or discover the surreal Blue Lagoon and Golden Circle in Reykjavik.
Guests will be suitably prepared for polar exploration when travelling aboard the renowned premium National Geographic Explorer, which comes equipped with Zodiac landing crafts, kayaks and snorkelling gear. Her incredible features offer guests both the confidence to explore and the opportunity to go places no cruise ship has before.
For further information on Lindblad Expeditions-National Geographic’s Arctic program, visit www.expeditions.com, or call 1300 361 012.