The island is a haven for northern fur seals.

St. Paul Landing

Explore St. Paul, a tiny island community in the Pribilof Islands. This windswept isle harbors rich Aleut heritage, alongside plentiful bird life and an abundant population of fur seals.

Included in your cruise
  • Nature landing with our small boats (RIBs)
  • Walk around the town of St. Paul, teeming with Aleut heritage
  • Excellent nature watching and photo opportunities
  • Difficulty level

    Level 2: Easy

  • Duration

    1–2 hours

  • Max. passengers

    500

  • Booking Code

    INCL-SNP1

  • Notices

    Guests should wear appropriate clothing and comfortable walking shoes.

Discover St. Paul, the most populous of the Pribilof Islands and one of the most remote settlements in North America. Located in the Bering Strait, this island community is comprised largely of native Aleuts. Should conditions allow, we will make a nature landing and discover this small island community. Spot puffins and kittiwakes along the shoreline or catch a glimpse of the many fur seals that call this island home.

At Hurtigruten, we have the best team of guides and naturalists, the highest safety measures, and the strictest environmental protocols to protect the land—all while ensuring an unforgettable experience.

Practical information:

  • Remarks/requirements: Guests should wear appropriate clothing and comfortable walking shoes.

  • Walking information: Some rough walking may occur during the nature landing.

  • Wheelchair accessible: No

  • Language: English