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Antarctica Expeditions

Venturing to Antarctica is an expedition like no other—a chance to explore otherworldly beauty at the bottom of the globe. Lindblad Expeditions brought the first travelers to Antarctica more than five decades ago and, since that pioneering voyage, we have developed unmatched expertise in exploring this legendary region, allowing us to provide the safest and most in-depth experience possible. As you explore in wildlife-rich waters, you’ll discover a kingdom of sculpted snow and ice, endless colonies of penguins, and pods of breaching whales. Each day brings new discoveries with the flexibility to explore by kayak, Zodiac, or on foot alongside our veteran expedition team. 

Embarking on a Lindblad Expeditions-National Geographic cruise to Antarctica is a journey of unparalleled wonder.

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Our Trips in Antarctica


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Our Ships in Antarctica

Ship National Geographic Explorer in Greenland
Cabin 230, Category 7, on the ship National Geographic Explorer
Bistro on the ship National Geographic Explorer

National Geographic Explorer


An authentic expedition ship, purpose-engineered for blue water and polar exploration

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The National Geographic Endurance in Dynamic Positioning at Lilliehöökbreen, Svalbard, Norway..
Cabin, Category 3, 4, and 5, suite with balcony, two single beds that convert to a queen, and convertible sleeper sofa, on the ship National Geographic Endurance/Resolution
Early breakfast set at a table on the ship National Geographic Endurance/Resolution

National Geographic Endurance


The most advanced ice-class expedition ship afloat, offering unprecedented access to polar regions

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Expedition ship National Geographic Resolution parked in the pack ice in Weddell Sea, Antarctica
Cabin, Category 7, large balcony suite, with two single beds that convert to a queen, sofa bed, coffee table, two balcony chairs, and table, on the ship National Geographic Endurance/Resolution
Main dining restaurant 270º on the ship National Geographic Endurance/Resolution

National Geographic Resolution


Our second new polar build,  National Geographic Resolution, is named to honor the second voyage of the legendary Captain James Cook.

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With the sun setting and casting a spectrum of warm hues across the sky, the ship National Geographic Orion sits anchored in the calm waters of the Java Sea.
Cabin 511, Category 4, features two singles that can convert into a queen-size bed on the ship National Geographic Orion
Dining area set for guests on the ship National Geographic Orion in Indonesia

National Geographic Orion


An authentic expedition ship, purpose-built for exploring the South Pacific, Asia, the Mediterranean, and beyond

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Our Team in Antarctica

Every member of our team—from our naturalists and photographers to our expedition leaders—is committed to ensuring you have an unforgettable experience. Many are veteran polar guides who have exclusively worked with us for decades, chosen for their extensive knowledge of subjects like geology, wildlife biology, and climate science, including mountaineers, NASA scientists, and marine archaeologists. Exploring in small groups, you’ll hear different perspectives each day of your voyage, and because there are no assigned groups you can gravitate toward the experts who share your interests and inspire your curiosity. 

Our knowledgeable and passionate expedition team is complemented by our dedicated hotel team who strives to ensure that your time on board is as comfortable and rewarding as your time on shore. 

Zodiac boarding on the ship National Geographic Endurance/Resolution

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