Expedition Stories

Our fleet navigates the world in search of adventure. These are the stories they bring back…

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Exploring British Columbia's Sacred Haida Gwaii

Exploring the British Columbian Archipelago’s Most Remote Sacred Site By Marc Cappelletti I am walking in the footsteps of chiefs and carvers, warriors and weavers, shamans and slaves; people as connected to the land as the very trees from which they once made their homes. The ground is soft. It is sacred. And it lies at the edge of the world—Haida Gwaii, British Columbia. We are at the ancient village of SGang Gwaay Llnagaay, formerly known as Nan sdins or Ninstints, on the eastern edge of SGang Gwaay (Anthony Island).

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Cultural Connections: From Alert Bay to NYC and Back

Recently, we were honored to have some very special guests join us in our New York office. A multi-generational group of Kwakwakaw’wakw chiefs, elders, and artists from the U’mista Cultural Society in Alert Bay, British Columbia shared traditional song and dance with our staff in appreciation for our support through the Lindblad Expeditions-National Geographic Artisan Fund. _

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Undersea Specialist Kayvon Malek Dives Deep in Alaska for Amazing Images

Alaska is synonymous with foraging bears, soaring eagles, and charming sea otters bobbing in the kelp. The iconic wildlife, not to mention the spectacular scenery, is what brings most people to this remarkable geography. But what most people don’t know is there’s a whole other facet of Alaska’s wilderness: the dazzling undersea. Lying below the surface is a surprisingly vivid world teeming with life that’s as captivating as the animals above. And when you travel with Lindblad you’ll get to experience this seldom-seen perspective thanks to our exclusive undersea program.

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