Lindblad Expeditions to Increase Pricing Starting Jan. 1. Travelers can take advantage of current pricing and exclusive offers this holiday season, including free air on select 2023 voyages
With immersive and experiential trips topping travelers’ lists this holiday season, Lindblad Expeditions is offering adventure-seekers the chance to lock-in current pricing on future voyages and take advantage of several special offers before fares increase fleetwide starting January 1, 2023.
“Now is the perfect time to book a bucket-list Lindblad Expeditions cruise. Our singular focus on authentic, deep discovery in the world’s most faraway locations has honed our expertise and given us the experience travelers booking a true expedition can count on,” said John Delaney, senior vice-president of sales for Lindblad Expeditions.
Current offers include free round-trip air from Miami to the Galápagos on select 2023 departures aboard the new National Geographic Islander II and National Geographic Endeavour II or free round-trip air from Miami to Buenos Aires (or Santiago) on select 2023 Antarctica sailings; a 20% savings on second departures when guests book pole-to-pole on select Antarctic or Arctic departures between January 2023 and March 2024; and several offers for family and group bookings on select sailings, including $500 off guests under 18 years old, fourth guests travel free on several Alaska itineraries, and more.
In 2021, Lindblad Expeditions introduced two new purpose-built polar class five vessels, National Geographic Endurance and National Geographic Resolution, custom designed for Lindblad’s signature expedition voyages in the Artic and Antarctic regions.
These ships are equipped with every thoughtful and necessary amenity for exploring these delicate and challenging environments, from ultra-fast zodiac deployment for spur-of-the-moment wildlife viewing to azipods that remove the need for anchoring. The ship’s stunning interiors, curated artwork and stylish design mean that comfort and aesthetics go hand-in-hand with exploration and discovery.
The recent launch of National Geographic Islander II, a former superyacht that underwent extensive refurbishment for the ultimate expedition experience, in the Galápagos Islands last month continues to offer an evolution of the brand’s pioneering heritage as the most experienced and leading operator of expedition voyages in these sought-after destinations.
These new vessels allow Lindblad Expeditions to continue to diversify its itinerary offerings, launching new and exciting sailings to some of the farthest reaches of the world, like 14- and 18-day Kimberley Expeditions exploring Australia’s Wild Northwest, East Timor, and various islands in Indonesia, and just announced Wild Alaska Escapes sailing around the awe-inspiring glaciers of Prince William Sound.