Alaska is a paradise for wildlife. Whales feed in Alaskan waters. Bears roam the shores or catch salmon in rivers. Sea lions group on rocky outcrops, eagles soar from tree to tree, and seals float on icebergs deep in the fjords.
Photo: National Park Service, Alaska
Walrus in the Bering sea
Walrus in the Bering sea
Photo: NOAA

Alaska, Canada  – Aleutian Islands, Bears and Inside Passage

Duration: 18 days
Ship: MS Roald Amundsen

Departure:
September 10, 2019

After crossing the Gulf of Alaska, arrive on the northern reaches of the Inside Passage region. Venture through Disenchantment Bay and cruise along the spectacular Hubbard Glacier so that you can enjoy the many shapes and colors of the icebergs.
After crossing the Gulf of Alaska, arrive on the northern reaches of the Inside Passage region. Venture through Disenchantment Bay and cruise along the spectacular Hubbard Glacier so that you can enjoy the many shapes and colors of the icebergs.
Photo: Robert Raines

Alaska, Canada  – Aleutian Islands, Bears and Inside Passage

Duration: 18 days
Ship: MS Roald Amundsen

Departure:
September 10, 2019

Alaska is a paradise for wildlife. Whales feed in Alaskan waters. Bears roam the shores or catch salmon in rivers. Sea lions group on rocky outcrops, eagles soar from tree to tree, and seals float on icebergs deep in the fjords.
Alaska is a paradise for wildlife. Whales feed in Alaskan waters. Bears roam the shores or catch salmon in rivers. Sea lions group on rocky outcrops, eagles soar from tree to tree, and seals float on icebergs deep in the fjords.
Photo: National Park Service, Alaska
This exciting voyage begins in polar waters, sailing among glaciers, wildlife and tundra, and progresses towards warmer ports with fascinating cultures. Our cutting-edge explorer ship weaves southbound through islands and fjords, seeking out horned puffins, brown bears, hardy indigenous cultures, fascinating fossil forests and volcanoes.
  • Discover coastal Alaska at its most remote
  • Explore the fascinating Aleutian Islands, home of the Deadliest Catch
  • Good chance to see brown bears
  • Experience the beauty of the tundra and forest landscapes in glorious autumn colors
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