This fine ice-class expedition ship characterizes the spirit of the National Geographic brand, offering its guests an engaging way to visit some of the most beautiful natural destinations on the planet. This state-of-the-art vessel has 81 cabins that all face outside, comfortably accommodating 148 passengers.
Onboard, you can enjoy the luxury wellness spa & sauna, a fitness center, lounges, and a library. There are also multiple dining areas, where food is prepared according to the local flavors. The cabins all feature individual climate control and either portholes or windows.
Part of what makes the NatGeo Explorer unique is the one-of-a-kind exploration technology, including hydro-phones, zodiacs, kayaks, HD underwater cameras, and even a remote operated vehicle (ROV). Plus, the ship features a video chronicler, and the open bridge policy will allow you to learn even more about the fascinating desinations that this flagship vessel explores.
Education and exploration are the highlights of a cruise aboard the National Geographic Explorer.
Kate was great to work with in the planning stage. She was prompt, helpful, and efficient. Our tour guide, Edwin, was knowledgeable and passionate. We were very happy to have traveled with Adventure Life, it made the trip easy and a true pleasure. We could concentrate on enjoying the experience rather than the details of travel.