Lindblad Expeditions, the oldest company in the expedition cruise company, partners with National Geographic to explore regions across the globe including during whale season off Baja, California in Mexico.
Expedition cruise ships come in many forms. The Maryanne is the only sailing schooner in the Galapagos. With a maximum of 16 passengers, the ship provides a unique way to enjoy this bucket destination.
Uncruise, even with its name, wants travelers to know that their voyages are different from what other mainstream cruise lines offer even in places like Hawaii.
The opportunity to get up close with destination and its inhabitants makes an expedition cruise a perfect vacation for photographers – no matter what the skill level.
Destinations abound for those seeking an expedition cruise including the remote Kimberly region of Western Australia.
Zodiac excursions and landings allow expedition cruisers access to places their mother ships cannot access allowing travelers to see the beauty and wonder of remote places.