In 2017, Lindblad is celebrating 50 years of exploring the Galápagos and is offering free round-trip air from Miami on nearly every Galápagos departure from Aug. 18 to Dec. 9 on both National Geographic Islander and National Geographic Endeavour II, plus select departures through May 2018.
That’s nearly 50 departure dates to choose from.
Lindblad Expeditions has a long history in the Galápagos.
In July 1967 Lars-Eric Lindblad led the first international tourist expedition to Galápagos, paving the way for generations of guests to discover the magic and mystery of these fascinating islands, the world’s first UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Lindblad has launched a new kids and teen program in the Galápagos developed in conjunction with National Geographic Education.
The exploration-based program will allow kids and teenagers to develop what National Geographic Education certifies as the attitudes, skills, and knowledge of an explorer.
Itineraries ranging from 10 to 17 days allow travellers an authentic Galápagos experience. Guests can walk, kayak, snorkel, and beginning in 2017, stand-up paddleboard, around the Galápagos to experience its diverse habitats.
There are as many as 26 endemic species among the islands including Darwin’s finches, Galápagos giant tortoises, marine iguanas, and Galápagos penguins.
This is the only place on earth you can see these animals in their natural habitat.