Special Family New Years in Sea of Cortez with Lindblad Expeditions
No ordinary Baja cruise, this is an unforgettable holiday in an eco-playground of wildness – an expedition seeking encounters with rare wildlife, afternoons on idyllic beaches and enriching experiences. Set on the 62-guest National Geographic Sea Bird, this family adventure includes activities exclusively for kids including Zodiac-driving lessons; a fun, hands-on science program; journal writing; ship navigation; point & shoot photo sessions and movie nights.
Expedition Highlights include:
- A dynamic expedition team of six experts – naturalists, an undersea specialist, a Lindblad Expeditions-National Geographic certified photo instructor and a veteran expedition leader – the most engaging and knowledgeable in Baja.
- Kayaking, Zodiac rides, snorkeling and swimming among sea lions, dolphins and sea birds, and hiking in an otherworldly forest of giant cacti.
- Explore pristine desert islands named as a UNESCO World Heritage Site; experience colonial culture in historic Loreto with its beautiful 300-year old mission and journey into the Sierra de la Giganta Mountains to visit San Javier Mission in the company of a sacred art expert; track bottlenose dolphins near Isla Danzante, and take in a beach barbecue beneath a starry sky.
Rates begin at $4,680 per person based on double occupancy in a Category 1 cabin for the December 29th departure, with limited cabins available. To receive the special offer of one child cruises free with 2 adults and 2nd child 50% off, OR the option of complimentary round-trip airfare from Los Angeles to La Paz, booking must be made by October 31st, 2012. These offers are subject to availability, valid on new bookings only and are not combinable with other offers. Free roundtrip airfare from Los Angeles to La Paz is also available on the December 15, 2012 departure, same terms apply.
Posted on October 15, 2012, in Lindblad, Mexico (Baja) and tagged baja california, baja mexico, lindblad expeditions, National Geographic, national geographic sea bird, sea of cortez. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.