Lindblad Expeditions adds four Antarctic departures for 2022/23 season

By Benedict Kennedy-Cox 21 July 2022
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Join Lindblad Expeditions on a once in a lifetime journey to the frozen reaches of Antarctica.

In the Antarctic early season (October–November), the austral summer is dawning and a seldom seen frozen world springs to life: flash-bright landscapes of virgin snow, a flurry of flipper-waving penguins share courtship rituals, and seal pups dart about in a sea punctuated by icebergs before hauling out on the shore.

Once a sight for only the most weather-hardy research scientists, this is a spectacle environmentally conscious travellers can observe on a carbon-neutral voyage aboard Lindblad Expeditions’ 126-guest National Geographic Resolution; a fully stabilised polar vessel with one of the highest ice class, which guarantees the smoothest, most comfortable ride with it’s patented X-Bow®.

With four new departures announced for the 2022/23 early season, adventurous travellers will have once-in-a-lifetime opportunities to witness the majesty of Antarctica as well as explore it, via snowshoe, cross country ski treks or an “into the ice” hike. Additionally, a special offer has been released for these departures, so guests can save $1,250 per person and receive complimentary charter flights.*

Explore wild and intriguing islands few ever get to see on Lindblad Expeditions’ South Georgia and The Falklands voyage. Steeped in Shackleton and whaling lore, glacial South Georgia teems with wildlife including king, gentoo and macaroni penguins, enormous elephant seals, and a thriving fur seal population – a must-see for budding conservationists. Equally impressive, The Falkland Islands feature colonies of nesting albatross and rockhopper penguins among the cliffs, moors and tussock grass. The 17-day voyage departs 5 October 2022 with prices from AU$29,430 per person.

Alternatively, recreate the heroic age of exploration on Lindblad’s Journey To Antarctica: The White Continent voyage, which features a flexible itinerary that allows guests to experience the splendour of Antarctica by going where the conditions are best and the wildlife is most active. Home to an array of colossal ice forms, many guests come for the whales, seals and penguins but end up falling in love with the former. From AU$20,980 per person the 12-day voyage departs 9 November 2022.

Additional departures are also available on their Antarctica, South Georgia and Falklands and Antarctica and Patagonia: Legendary Ice and Epic Fjords voyages.All cabins aboard the National Geographic Resolution offer outward-facing windows and luxury amenities, with most featuring balconies. When booking be sure to enquire about a special savings discount. Most importantly, pack your curiosity as it will surely be rewarded. 

For more information on why you should visit Antarctica in the early season or to book your voyage. Call 1300 361 012, visit or contact your travel advisor.

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*Terms and Conditions apply. Speak to the team to find out more.