December 24, 2019

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Alaska with National Geographic Expeditions and Friends Travel LLP 2020-2021
#AlaskaVacations National Geographic Expeditions #FriendsTravelWestHollywoodCa90069



Small-ship Alaska Cruises into Pure Wildness with National Geographic and Friends Travel LLP

Lindblad Expeditions and National Geographic small-ship expedition Alaska cruises let you go where others can’t, with the experts who know Alaska best. Each Alaska tour is an active, engaging adventure travel vacation through wild Alaska and beyond. Our passionate Expedition Team and experienced cruise ship Captains will take you to hidden coves and narrow channels that only Alaska adventure cruise travel experts know. From the ship, Zodiac landing craft and kayaks bring you further inside Alaska. Until it’s just you and the whales, bears, eagles and remarkable wildlife that makes a small ship Alaska cruise such a special adventure travel destination.

Join us this year for Alaska expedition cruises full of whales, wildness and wonder. 24/7/365

Learn More from an Expert Expedition Team
You will travel with a generous ratio of 1 expert for every 12 guests on our intimate and comfortable 62-guest expedition cruise ships and when exploring on land. You’ll be amazed at how easily interestingly our hand-picked Expedition Team (Naturalists, Historians and experts from National Geographic) can convey even the most detailed of information. And they’re always there when you need them.

Taking You Where Others Can’t
Via special-use permits, you are able to experience the hidden coves of Tongass National Forest and spend a full day in Glacier Bay National Park. The combination of special access and staff expertise allows you to hike, cruise and kayak in remote wildernesses that even smaller ships never explore.  Zodiac landing craft allow you to cruise close to resting sea lions and feeding whales at a moment’s notice. A fleet of kayaks lets even beginning paddlers have an eye-level view of Alaska at their own pace.

Discover More with Expedition Technology
Our longstanding relationships with researchers in Southeast Alaska lets you be right where the action is, when it’s at its peak. Microscopes and hydrophones provide exceptional perspectives on wonders few are ever able to see or hear. Listen to the song of the humpback. Learn how a piece of algae can change your view of even the tallest mountains.

See More with Flexible Itineraries
You’ll be able to see more and do more because each of our Alaska expedition cruises explore on a flexible itinerary. Our Captains and Expedition Leaders craft your expedition cruise as it happens. Whether it is lingering to watch a group of feeding humpbacks or changing course to follow a fantastic wildlife report – you are able to indulge to the fullest.

A Note on Conservation

In Alaska, Lindblad works with the Southeast Alaska Conservation Council (SEACC) and the Alaska Whale Foundation (AWF). Together with our guests, we have contributed Funds donated to AWF assist with research projects on humpback whale communication and behavior, which is shared with guests through the research team’s visit to the ships.

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