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Discover Southeast Alaska

June 21–28, 2019

Tour Operator: Orbridge


Activity Level: Active

Discover the endless beauty, abundant wildlife and native cultures of Southeast Alaska. Aboard the nimble, 66-passenger Admiralty Dream, you’ll have access to the breathtaking byways of Alaska’s Inside Passage. With skilled naturalists by your side, you’ll encounter magnificent peaks and fjords, and ice-blue glaciers of unfathomable proportions—while learning about the traditions of Alaska’s indigenous cultures.

Highlights

  • See the spray of whales only yards away and venture into secluded inlets, whether from the decks of your ship, or aboard its skiffs and kayaks
  • Learn surprising details about animal behavior, glacier activity, and the wealth of natural spectacles along these protected waters
  • Learn about Alaska’s culture and living history from a Native Huna Tlingit Cultural Heritage Guide at Glacier Bay National Park
  • Experience a Native dance performance at a Tlingit Clan House
  • Visit a salmon hatchery, the Alaska Raptor Center, and Sitka National Historical Park
  • Take a guided tour of the Norwegian fishing community of Petersburg
  • Cruise the pristine waters of Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve to see the sanctuary’s deep fjords, tidewater glaciers, and snow-capped mountain ranges

Itinerary

Day 1: Arrive in Juneau– Embarkation

Day 2: Icy Strait / Chichagof Island

Day 3: Glacier Bay National Park

Day 4: Tracy Arm Fjord

Day 5: Petersburg / Frederick Sound

Day 6: Eastern Baranof Island / Hidden Falls

Day 7: Lake Eva

Day 8: Sitka – Disembarkation

Optional Pre-Tour Extension

Spend 6 days and five nights in Denali National Park.

Program Itinerary is subject to change. See final brochure for complete details.

Cost Details

Cruise rates start at $3,495 and vary by cabin category. Please see tour brochure for details.

Please consider purchasing travel insurance to protect your trip. Learn more.

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The closeness that we were able to get to ALL the wildlife, but particularly the whales and brown bears, was priceless and an unforgettable once-in-a-lifetime experience.
Anthony, ’70, and Catherine Konecny

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