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Lindblad Expeditions-National Geographic is offering a new promotion with 25 percent off select 2023 and 2024 departures in honor of World Oceans Day on June 8.
Beginning June 8 and ending June 23, travelers can save 25 percent off their voyage, with up to $10,000 in savings. They’ll also receive $1,000 in airfare credit per person.
The line’s participating itineraries will take travelers across the globe, sailing through frigid polar waters and warm tropical ones. Some participating voyages include the Journey to Antarctica: The White Continent, Wild South America: Trinidad, Guyana and Brazil, Exploring British Columbia and the San Juan Islands; Wild Galápagos Escape; Journey Across the Remote Pacific and Coastal New Zealand: Scenic Fjords, Māori History, and Abundant Wildlife.
Expedition cruises with Lindblad Expeditions-National Geographic combines the sailing expertise of a dedicated expedition line with the knowledgeable team of expedition and wildlife guides that have made National Geographic a household name. Travelers can enjoy a full variety of excursions and plenty of opportunities to learn and understand about the places they visit and animals they encounter.
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