Lindblad Expeditions Offers New 2012 Itineraries

 

Lindblad will sail to Cambodia in 2012. // (c) Lindblad Expeditions 2011

Lindblad Expeditions will offer four new itineraries for 2012, each planned to take advantage of the best times to travel for wildlife sightings and local conditions. Destinations include destinations that are brand new to Lindblad Expeditions, as well asother places that the line has been to before.

In Vietnam and Cambodia, Lindblad will introduce a new ship, the Jahan. In Turkey and Greece, it is offering a new itinerary and onboard the four-masted Sea Cloud. More details about the new itineraries are as follows:

Vietnam & Cambodia: Along the Mekong River, including Angkor and Saigon

This 14-day itinerary takes in the temples of Angkor; the floating villages, vibrant markets and small communities along the Mekong, and the vibrant cities of Phnom Penh and Saigon. Clients sail onboard the new 48-guest Jahan. Rates begin at $7,980 per person, based on double occupancy.

Exploring Turkey & Greece: A Sailing Odyssey

This includes the Turkish coast and the Greek isles and sailing aboard the 58-guest, four-masted, 30-sail tall ship, the Sea Cloud. The 10-day itinerary includes stops to Istanbul; Ephesus; Didyma; and Greece’s Cycladic islands of Santorini, Folégandros and Delos. Rates begin at $7,990 per person, based on double occupancy

West African Odyssey: Exploring from South Africa to Morocco


Spanning 16 distinctive countries, this 37-day itinerary explores the entire west coast of Africa from Cape Town, South Africa to Morocco onboard the 148-guest National Geographic Explorer. Rates begin at $28,480 per person, based on double occupancy.

Exploring the Cultures and Wildlife of Papua New Guinea


This 16-day itinerary explores the country’s natural landscape and interesting mix of cultures onboard the Oceanic Discoverer, a 68-guest ship perfectly suited to exploring the coral reefs and great rivers. Rates begin at $14,790 per person, based on double occupancy.

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