Lindblad Expeditions

Lindblad Expeditions

@LindbladExp

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In partnership with National Geographic, exploring the world's most interesting places.

Joined on February 12, 2009
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49. in country United States and category Travel

265. in category Travel

For our second edition of Celebrating People, we’re spotlighting Galápagos Project Manager Diana Vinueza, who helps monitor fishers in the Galápagos Marine Reserve. https://t.co/0SH4m9aa42

For our second edition of Celebrating People, we’re spotlighting Galápagos Project Manager Diana Vinueza, who helps monitor fishers in the Galápagos Marine Reserve. https://t.co/0SH4m9aa42

What makes #Galápagos unique is your daily proximity to the animals & their fascinating behaviors. Watch, then check out the experience first-hand: https://t.co/6AfHHPmsQc https://t.co/rHXghyPwTt

What makes #Galápagos unique is your daily proximity to the animals & their fascinating behaviors. Here’s a preview of what you’ll see: https://t.co/17PU9NsFH7

Take the path less-trodden to discover wildness and wildlife that rivals the legendary rainforest. #Amazon https://t.co/ciB0myIVI8

Introducing the first edition of Celebrating People! Each week this summer, we’ll introduce a different person doing inspiring, impactful work somewhere in the world w/support from the Lindblad-National Geographic Fund.
We're pleased to introduce researcher Martin Van Aswegen: https://t.co/0fwqPMk9Qf

Introducing the first edition of Celebrating People! Each week this summer, we’ll introduce a different person doing inspiring, impactful work somewhere in the world w/support from the Lindblad-National Geographic Fund. We're pleased to introduce researcher Martin Van Aswegen: https://t.co/0fwqPMk9Qf

These tortoises saved their species from extinction. Now they're back home https://t.co/GFKpLIp33y via @CNNTravel

What fun (a.k.a. crazy) thing would you do on Canada Day? 
A year ago, I jumped into the freezing cold Arctic Waters. It was definitely refreshing and a breathtaking experience! 
Thank you to @footloosefotography for capturing the moment! 
@LindbladExp @NatGeoEducation #CanadaDay https://t.co/WiL8sBMdOZ

What fun (a.k.a. crazy) thing would you do on Canada Day? A year ago, I jumped into the freezing cold Arctic Waters. It was definitely refreshing and a breathtaking experience! Thank you to @footloosefotography for capturing the moment! @LindbladExp @NatGeoEducation #CanadaDay https://t.co/WiL8sBMdOZ

As few as 150,000 years ago, polar bears evolved from their brown bear cousins and quickly adapted to the harsh northern climate. Get to know the King of the #Arctic: https://t.co/3fyQ9RUBv8 https://t.co/QhMhzmPJQC

Whether you’re venturing further afield or still exploring close to home, these pro tips from @ralphleehopkins will instantly up your photo game. https://t.co/z7zUVjg8Cj https://t.co/JH4tuBl1Jc

Whether you’re venturing further afield or still exploring close to home, these pro tips from @ralphleehopkins will instantly up your photo game. https://t.co/z7zUVjg8Cj https://t.co/JH4tuBl1Jc

Found almost exclusively in the Arctic and subarctic waters, Bowhead whales get their name from their bow-shaped skull that can reach more than 16.5 feet long, which allow  them to break through the thick Arctic ice: https://t.co/XW6f7DlsXc #WorldOceanMonth https://t.co/ArlGPQn13E

Found almost exclusively in the Arctic and subarctic waters, Bowhead whales get their name from their bow-shaped skull that can reach more than 16.5 feet long, which allow them to break through the thick Arctic ice: https://t.co/XW6f7DlsXc #WorldOceanMonth https://t.co/ArlGPQn13E

She’s the “most vertical girl in the world!” Kathy Sullivan has been to the far reaches of space and now—making headlines again—to the ocean’s deepest part. https://t.co/0wiuWnZG2f

Freedom is coming! Why not experience roaming freely in the pure air of Svalbard looking for polar bears, feeling awe at the Greenland icecap, or discovering Franz Josef Land on the National Geographic Endurance: https://t.co/ZrTzt5MLWd
📷 cred: Michael S. Nolan #Arctic https://t.co/CLBrK0Qg4i

Freedom is coming! Why not experience roaming freely in the pure air of Svalbard looking for polar bears, feeling awe at the Greenland icecap, or discovering Franz Josef Land on the National Geographic Endurance: https://t.co/ZrTzt5MLWd 📷 cred: Michael S. Nolan #Arctic https://t.co/CLBrK0Qg4i

You may know actress @katewalsh from her TV roles, but she speaks from experience in answering, ‘Why go to the #Arctic’ questions: https://t.co/O2FXcuNls8

The popular bird may not be able to fly above the water, but that doesn’t mean their wings are useless. Under the ocean’s surface, penguins can swim up to 25mph. And given some penguins spend up to 75% of their lives in the water, those wings are put to good use. #WorldOceanMonth https://t.co/j3qjc9WLRy

The popular bird may not be able to fly above the water, but that doesn’t mean their wings are useless. Under the ocean’s surface, penguins can swim up to 25mph. And given some penguins spend up to 75% of their lives in the water, those wings are put to good use. #WorldOceanMonth https://t.co/j3qjc9WLRy

A Year Ago- Svalbard
History has proven that the best type of animal to have by your side during snowstorms and extreme cold weather is human’s best friends- the dog😊
Thank you to @whale_nerd for capturing our bonding moments!
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@natgeoeducation @lindbladexp https://t.co/C0bQAneLeQ

A Year Ago- Svalbard History has proven that the best type of animal to have by your side during snowstorms and extreme cold weather is human’s best friends- the dog😊 Thank you to @whale_nerd for capturing our bonding moments! . @natgeoeducation @lindbladexp https://t.co/C0bQAneLeQ

VIRTUAL 🌎 EXPEDITION: Daily Activity Let’s take a dive! Into the amazing ballet of the #BajaCalifornia sea lions’ quest for food and human interaction. #VirtualLEXpedition https://t.co/e6PK8cbZi6

VIRTUAL 🌎 EXPEDITION: Ahhh Moment *Sound On* …As the sea otters of Alaska’s Inian Islands bob and weave through your screen. #VirtualLEXpedition https://t.co/WrONoTsdgu

As apex predators, sharks keep our oceans healthy by maintaining the species below them in the food chain. #WorldOceanMonth https://t.co/nZDYZ3pJ3o

As apex predators, sharks keep our oceans healthy by maintaining the species below them in the food chain. #WorldOceanMonth https://t.co/nZDYZ3pJ3o

Whether you want to be another animal among many animals in #Galápagos or feeling the reverb of a calving glacier in #Alaska, follow your spirit of adventure and see where it leads you. Which experience do YOU want in 2021: https://t.co/hpWu6nZTkU
📷 cred: Michael S. Nolan https://t.co/6RiiZbBJcM

Whether you want to be another animal among many animals in #Galápagos or feeling the reverb of a calving glacier in #Alaska, follow your spirit of adventure and see where it leads you. Which experience do YOU want in 2021: https://t.co/hpWu6nZTkU 📷 cred: Michael S. Nolan https://t.co/6RiiZbBJcM

YYZ ➞ CDG ➞ OSL
Exactly one year ago, after 10 hours on a plane, I landed in Oslo. This was the beginning of an expedition of a lifetime. An exciting and surreal experience as a 2019 Grosvenor Teacher Fellow. Thank you @natgeoeducation @lindbladexp and @SvenLEX #GTF19 https://t.co/UuSKkeP7Ei

YYZ ➞ CDG ➞ OSL Exactly one year ago, after 10 hours on a plane, I landed in Oslo. This was the beginning of an expedition of a lifetime. An exciting and surreal experience as a 2019 Grosvenor Teacher Fellow. Thank you @natgeoeducation @lindbladexp and @SvenLEX #GTF19 https://t.co/UuSKkeP7Ei

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